Private Eye editor Ian Hislop and his deputy editor Francis Wheen have quit the campaign group Index on Censorship in protest
Phone hacking took place at the News of the World, with the full knowledge of the people who "held the purse-strings", jurors
November's issue of Private Eye, which features former News of the World editor Rebekah Brooks, has prompted the judge in
Cute kittens, singing the praises of resourceful government departments and Hugh Grant's rom-coms is the future of the media
This particular Tesco has sorted its magazines by placing those magazines, and others, into 'Men's interests'. It's the ignorance that I find most depressing, apparently no one has had a brainwave that a woman might be interested in wider affairs.
If you are a performer, reviewers are like Americans. It is difficult to live with them, but it is difficult to live without them.
It is a surprise, and rather a pleasant one, that The Establishment club is to make a muted return to Soho over 50 years
If you've got the best relatives ever and are therefore in receipt of Amazon gift vouchers this Christmas, and not ill-fitting
Private Eye is Britain's best loved, and indeed only, fortnightly satirical magazine. It was founded back in October 1961
Politically it has taken some hits, but after 18 months in power the Conservative-LibDem coalition has had a fairly smooth