The Sunday Times

My Bush Isn't In Style, Neither's Yours

Nathalie Gordon | Posted 23.01.2014 | UK Lifestyle
Nathalie Gordon

Last weekend, I was hoping to see my Bush in bright lights (in the pages of The Sunday Times' Style section) but my muff didn't make it. Neither in fact, did 92 other Bushes and I'm not happy about that either.

Ned Simons

Rupert Murdoch Should Own Fewer Newspapers, Says Harriet Harman

HuffingtonPost.com | Ned Simons | Posted 13.06.2013 | UK Politics

Harriet Harman will use a speech on Thursday to suggest limiting the share of the newspaper market one person is allowed to own to below the "damaging...

Future of British Journalism Brings Together Top Student Journalists

Harry Lambert | Posted 08.07.2013 | UK Universities & Education
Harry Lambert

On April 17 Nouse brought together the top student papers in the UK for a unique meeting. The Future of British Journalism gathered 140 student journalists from over 40 papers, with everyone from Bristol and UCL to Oxford and Edinburgh attending.

'Gibraltar', a New Play: a Look at 'Death On The Rock' 25 Years On

Jason Holmes | Posted 11.05.2013 | UK Entertainment
Jason Holmes

Gibraltar is a play concerned with the military operation conducted on 6 March 1988 on Gibraltar

A Princely Sum For Albert Over Marriage Claims

PA | Posted 15.01.2013 | UK

Prince Albert of Monaco and his wife, Princess Charlene, have accepted an offer of damages over a Sunday Times story which suggested she was reluctant...

Sunday Times Suing Lance Armstrong

The Huffington Post UK | Samuel Luckhurst | Posted 24.12.2012 | UK Sport

Lance Armstrong is being sued for £1m by The Sunday Times over the settlement of a libel action. Armstrong, who has been stripped of the seven Tou...

Tipping the Gender Imbalance in the Media: Louder, Better, Faster, Stronger

Sian Boyle | Posted 29.12.2012 | UK
Sian Boyle

I was shocked but not surprised to learn in a report on women in the media that male journalists completely dominate their female counterparts, writing 78% of all front-page articles examined and accounting for 84% of those mentioned or quoted in lead pieces.

Murdoch Empire Spent £53m In Phone Hacking Probe

PA | Posted 15.05.2012 | UK

Rupert Murdoch's British newspaper group has spent more than £53 million on its own investigation of the phone hacking and illegal payments scandal, ...

Marriage: The Politics of Polls and Public Policy

Balaji Ravichandran | Posted 14.05.2012 | UK Politics
Balaji Ravichandran

Ultimately, it behoves us to note that the relationship between public opinion and civil law is not a one-way street, and rightly so, lest the hoary head of majoritarianism substitute any meaningful version of democracy.

Scotland Yard Defends Elveden Raids On Sun Journalists After 'Witch Hunt' Accusation

PA | Posted 14.04.2012 | UK

Scotland Yard has defended its handling of the inquiries into hacking and corrupt payments by journalists amid heavy criticism, insisting the operatio...

Between The Sheets - We've Read The Sunday Papers For You

The Huffington Post UK | Posted 09.02.2012 | UK Politics

It's been three days and nights since David Cameron vetoed an EU treaty on rescuing the Eurozone, but that hasn't stopped the Sunday newspapers from w...

James Murdoch 'Quits Publishers Of The Sun And The Times'

The Huffington Post UK | Posted 23.11.2011 | UK

James Murdoch has resigned as a director of the publishers of The Sun, The Times and The Sunday Times, it has been reported. Rupert Murdoch's son i...

Government's Adopt A Family Policy Accused Of Being A Gimmick

Posted 21.10.2011 | UK Politics

PRESS ASSOCIATION -- The Government was today accused of engaging in gimmicks following the disclosure that a minister is personally to "adopt" a work...

Phone Hacking may Topple Murdoch's Media Empire

Matt Burgess | Posted 10.09.2011 | UK
Matt Burgess

The phone hacking scandal could be on the verge of taking a much bigger scalp than that of the News of the World - Rupert Murdoch's empire is beginning to crumble around his feet. There can be no easy way out for News International and Murdoch. The hole has been dug, and it is already far too deep to be climbed out of. Like the sacked News of the World journalists many more innocent heads may roll to save those at the top of the empire.

SLIDESHOW: Front Pages (Sunday July 10 2011)

Huffington Post | Michael Rundle | Posted 08.09.2011 | UK

Sunday July 10 2011 is a historic day for newspapers in the UK as the New of the World publishes its last edition. The paper will be shut down followi...