Anoosh Chakelian is senior writer at the New Statesman.
How digital news outlets deal with inaccurate stories and corrections is eroding public trust in the media.
Television’s most spectacular hoax was more of a life lesson than a practical joke.
Far-right extremism is finding a home in mainstream British politics.
When political calculation fuels prejudice.
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Other councils fear the same fate as Northamptonshire County Council, the Ground Zero of local government breakdown.
From bots to spies, we keep trying to find something else to blame for genuine prejudice.
Just because you believe hard enough in an ideology doesn’t mean it’ll work.
Damian Hinds is horrified some children starting school still can’t read. Perhaps he should stop, erm, limiting their access to books then?
“Save Our Cuppa. Vote Leave!”