The death of print newspapers is bad news for our intellects.
Media coverage of the Ukraine crisis isn’t journalism – it’s script-writing.
Every loser wants to blame the Murdoch press for their failings.
It is patronising and tokenistic quota politics to insist that magazines should be written by 50% men and 50% women.
Must-reads from the past week
The idea that the Tories’ proposals for press regulation are ‘too soft’ turns truth on its head.
The Tories’ ‘alternative’ to statutory press regulation is to get the monarch and Privy Council policing freedom of expression once again.
Amid the elites’ detailed discussion of competing forms of regulation, there's a danger of losing sight of the far bigger issue of press freedom.
The blame game around two radio DJs effectively accused of prompting a nurse’s death only compounds the tragedy.
The dangers inherent in Lord Justice Leveson’s report do not end with the controversy over statutory underpinning for a new press regulator.