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The five things you need to know about politics today
The five things you need to know about politics today.
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The managing editor of the Daily Mail has hit out at The Guardian’s “psychotic hatred” of tabloids amid the row over press
This week I find myself on the secluded island of Ischia in the Bay of Naples. Here my orchestra is performing at La Mortella, a spectacular haven created by the composer William Walton and his wife Susana whose opulent gardens hang off a cliff in ways the Babylonians could only have dreamed.
It is important that the media reflects the diversity of the country. We aren't just complaining because we want jobs. We aren't just angry at being ignored. The point of media is to bridge the gap between 'happenings' and societal understand of those 'happenings'. That requires a breadth of opinion and experience that we simply can't get by being racially homogeneous at the top.
Yesterday Republic revealed that Prince Charles is sent highly confidential Cabinet papers as a matter of routine, in contravention of the government's own rules.
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Left-wing journalist Seumas Milne is the latest Labour-linked figure to become mired in controversy after was appointed to
People are rather perturbed by The Guardian's announcement it would be putting on a summer school for teenagers - and charging
An article in the Guardian titled 'Tea is a National Disgrace,' has caused uproar and sparked a stream of semi-serious vitriol
I am a great supporter of this fundamental principle of democracy and I expect it is exercised in good faith and without deliberately distorting the obvious truth. An article published on 8 March by the Daily Mail, with the title "Romanian fury over Channel 4 documentary as their MPs ask: What if we made a programme saying all Brits were alcoholics and paedophiles?" doesn't make me question the principle, but the author's good faith and respect for the truth.
"I love satire, I am a Scot & do not have a problem with this cartoon. I'm also sure that Nicola Sturgeon could not care
Dating is hard. We all know that. You have to be funny, witty, charming and infinitely more of these things than you are
By examining too little - i.e. the narrow scope of one set of data - a bias is ushered in through the backdoor.
Alan Rusbridger is to step down as editor-in-chief of the Guardian after 20 years in the job, he confirmed today. The 60