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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.
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.
Financial markets aren't democratic, and the GameStop affair cannot be seen as another example of “the excluded” destabilising the metropolitan elite.
It's wrong to present science as a single entity of uncontested knowledge, when sharp disagreements are normal.
Ipso is right to censure columnists who throw around half-truths and wilful exaggerations about Covid-19; the disease is too deadly.
The argument for making Twitter and other social media sites accountable for their content is compelling – and the solution could be charging users to post.
At 76, I am one of the 13 million that qualify for a vaccine. But I don't have any faith in the government's rollout.
I am unable to stop my mind racing with worries, from Pfizer side-effects to post-Brexit transport blockages.