The Daily Mirror's investigation of Lord Hanningfield has once again shined a spotlight on the sheer dysfunction of the House of Lords... These latest revelations appear to show how peers are able to go about their business without any accountability to the public. The case for reform gets stronger and stronger by the day.
Usually the month of August is referred to as the silly season. The political exploitation of 14-year-old schoolgirl Hannah Smith's suicide by both tabloid and broadsheet newspapers suggests we might have to rechristen it the sinister season. Even for a press like ours, with its many well-known moral lapses, the shroud-waving over Hannah's death marks a new low.
Detectives investigating the phone hacking scandal are examining fresh claims after new evidence came to light, a lawyer representing victims said on ...
Sly Bailey isn't going quietly. Shortly before the chief executive of Trinity Mirror heads off to reflect on the massive value diminution at the publisher under her reign, she drops a major bombshell. The daily and Sunday Mirror are to merge their operations - a move clearly resisted by the current editors, Richard Wallace and Tina Weaver, who are leaving.