An ITV drama has now propelled one of the country’s biggest miscarriages of justice back into the spotlight.
The industry will be closely watching how Ofcom rules on GB News’ People’s Forum: The Prime Minister.
The press must test the record of incumbent political parties for competence, achievement, and decency in 2024. Will there be Damascene conversions on the Right?
Raymond Snoddy reviews great and intolerable examples of journalistic practice over the past year, from heroism in Gaza, Ukraine, and Hong Kong, to insolence at Fox News, Twitter, and GB News.
The appointment of Samir Shah as BBC chairman should be welcomed. But wouldn’t he and director-general Tim Davie be even more effective if they swapped roles?
Coverage of the Covid Inquiry has been less than adequate thanks to Johnson-friendly outlets doing his PR for him.
Between a rise in anti-Semitism on TikTok and X and a pledge for more of the same from News Corp, brands should vote with their feet in pursuit of more positive contexts for their ads.
News media was as shocked as the rest of the world to see the return of David Cameron. But who is in the cabinet matters less to readers than the fundamental problems facing the country.
A Jeff Bezos-backed bid for The Daily Telegraph? It’s a stretch, but not impossible now that Telegraph bidder Sir William Lewis is CEO of The Washington Post.