The two papers were once titans of publishing. But their future looks less rosy.
Boycotts can bring backlashes – and back tracking.
It's not as if the Daily Mail encourages a free exchange of views in its pages.
The paper's attack on academics who take a pro-Brexit line should be seen for what it is:hypocritical bullying.
The media has the power to influence the nation - so why are we letting it promote blatant homophobia?
Journalism is the first casualty as two UK newspapers with competing world views go to war.
Why NGOs and donors must have adult conversations about what development really means.
The 'alternative-right' has used social media to become a hugely influential movement in global politics. Where is the left's version?
Campaign pits power of press against social media activism.
Recent changes to the defamation laws make it more difficult for a non-resident to sue for libel in the UK.
Satire should be a way of keeping the powerful in check, not sneering at the powerless.
A new type of stem cell therapy for MS seems effective, but the side effects can be catastrophic.
As the news sinks in, a lot of people who voted to Leave are having second thoughts. Many of them journalists.
The truth is out on how the media's reporting of the Hillsborough disaster impacted the public perception of the tragedy, but could the same be said for the British miners' strike?
The sacking of Manchester United's Louis van Gaal shows football really is a funny game. But was anyone else to blame?
There is a stronger public interest in privacy than in revealing salacious showbiz title-tattle, no matter what the papers say.
It's time to stop panicking about paedophiles and start offering help.
When it comes to Brexit, both the Leave and Remain camps are using psychological trickery to convince voters.
Media coverage of the Paris attacks has been strong and respectful – with exceptions.
The BBC has called for a national debate on what it is for. The public needs to speak and the politicians need to listen.