The new Culture Secretary Michelle Donelan is already a proven upgrade on her predecessor Nadine Dorries. However, she suffers from several of the same delusions.
The Queen’s death is already among one of the most written about and talked about stories in media history. When is it time to move on?
King Charles’ track record as Prince of Wales suggests there may be a sympathetic ear for the BBC in the new regime at Buckingham Palace.
The papers which deified Johnson and blithely ignored his faults, foibles and failures will now devote endless efforts to pump up a winning persona for Prime Minister Liz Truss.
Whether it’s making the BBC more accountable, or improving journalistic standards against the tide of populism, Emily Maitlis needs to be heard.
It is going get tougher and tougher for all but the slavishly Tory media as Liz Truss becomes Prime Minister (barring a huge upset) at an extraordinarily difficult time.
Once again the Mail is backing the wrong horse and a terrible reckoning is likely under a Truss Premiership.
Never underestimate the BBC’s ability to score spectacular own goals, writes Raymond Snoddy.
The BBC has to enjoy the good days because there are always more problems lurking around the corner, many of their own making.
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