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Peter Wilby was editor of the Independent on Sunday from 1995 to 1996 and of the New Statesman from 1998 to 2005. He writes the weekly First Thoughts column for the NS.
As the Guardian celebrates 200 years in print, the historic moments the newspaper chose to highlight are a lesson in brand reinvention.
As a politician, Shirley Williams was a trailblazer, engaging and popular with the public; if only her SDP co-founders, and Williams herself, had recognised that.
Why Eton, Harrow, Rugby and the rest thrived.
I hold no brief for Piers Morgan. But I disagree with his dismissal from ITV’s Good Morning Britain for three reasons.
Her Majesty's 69-year-reign is commonly regarded as her greatest strength, but it may in fact be the biggest problem.
After Greenslade’s declaration of support for the IRA, his high-minded media columns for the Guardian now look shabby.
It's obvious that Rupert Murdoch is lurking in the shadows as the Australian prime minister Scott Morrison confronts Big Tech.
The Conservatives seem to have forgotten about the people who were once their most faithful supporters, and created a market gap. Labour should fill it.
Andrew Neil needs GB News to get even with Rupert Murdoch and the Beeb. Nobody else does.
A new biography ventures inside the monstrous ego of the robber baron of Fleet Street.