A newspaper with a history of Conservative ownership and readership is hardly going to suddenly veer to the left, but a new, more independent owner could revisit the sins of the recent past and put them right.
Yesterday’s Mail lays out the Conservative strategy against Labour in the upcoming election: appealing to xenophobia, anti-European sentiment, and framing climate change as an economic rather than humanitarian issue.
Until recently, the regulator was sitting on its hands when it should have been active in punishing sitting Conservative politicians for hosting GB News and TalkTV programmes.
The commercial departments of Brexit-supporting newspapers know the damage being caused to the UK economy, and newspaper advertising revenues, by Brexit. Their editorial colleagues continue to support it anyway.
A pause for due process over the BBC presenter scandal is needed, but the Corporation can rightly be blamed for its slow response to allegations.
Prime Minister Rishi Sunak’s wooden appearance on the BBC’s Sunday morning political talk show drew criticism from unexpected corners.
Johnson is back working in the press, but the press wants to focus on other matters.
Who will emerge to buy The Telegraph and The Spectator, and what will it mean for one former columnist and editor, asks Raymond Snoddy.