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Simon Jenkins is an author, columnist and former editor of the Times and the London Evening Standard
How the emotionalising of politics and the media is affecting our response to coronavirus.
In the 1960s the Queen and Prince Philip employed PRs to transform the monarchy into a “royal family”. It was a disastrous error that turned royals into celebrities and opened the way for the Harry and Meghan debacle.
Working under Murdoch in the 1990s, I realised that he didn’t want to dominate the world – he just wanted to play with it.
Tom Bower slays the former Labour prime minister in his latest biography – but is it justified?