The loss of the printed Independent will leave a big hole on the nation's newstands.
My first few days at The Independent in 2004 didn’t go so well. I quit after two weeks. Fortunately I changed my mind, stuck around, and over the subsequent five years worked there in a variety of editorial…
The end is nigh.
The end of the Independent newspaper comes after an almost 30-year run. A former reporter, Jonathan Foster, recounts what made it so great.
Objective journalism at its best.
There's no great doubt as to what UK press thinks of the latest 'deal' on EU membership.
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It looks as if Leveson's proposals might finally bear fruit. But will the government have the courage to make it happen?
The famed Sunday tabloid brought about its own sorry demise.
Research shows that the UK's defence budget remains one of the highest kin the world. Not that you would read that in the press.
Laughter is the best medicine … for the government benches.
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The Labour leader stands no chance of winning an election if he can't win over the media.
Most journalists covering the Paris attacks have shown great skill and sensitivity.
Media coverage of the Paris attacks has been strong and respectful – with exceptions.
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It looks as if the proposals laid down by the Leveson Inquiry will come to nothing.
New era of straight talking for Labour. And that’s what worries the party’s MPs.
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When it was announced that Seumas Milne, the Guardian columnist and associate editor, had been appointed as Labour’s executive director of communications and strategy, sections of the press were vitriolic…
Will we still be able to read all about it?
State regulation and punitive libel laws are no way to ensure a fair and free press.
If the commercial media has its way the BBC will end up cash-strapped and shackled by regulation.
The government's recent Green Paper spells our a vision of far smaller BBC. Coincidentally, this is just what Rupert Murdoch and his newspapers have campaigned for over decades.
On the threshold of a new era?
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If you ignore the spoiling campaign being run by the press, the left-winger's campaign platform begins to appear eminently sensible.
Can the Pink ‘Un continue it’s strong transition to digital under new management?
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High price reflects the fact that the Pink 'Un is adapting to the digital world better than most other newspapers.
But wait – he’s got a beard!
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It’s increasingly apparent that the Labour Party is muddling through a period of existential crisis. This week’s welfare bill debacle, where 48 MPs wilfully defied the interim leadership’s call for abstention…
Women at the helm: Zanny Minton Beddoes, editor-in-chief, The Economist.
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The Guardian and The Economist appointed their first women editor-in-chiefs this year. Will this change the gendered nature of news and newsrooms across the world?
Jonah Peretti of Buzzfeed at the TechCrunch conference Disrupt NY 2013.
The 2015 Reuters institute digital news report has just been published. It contains, according to Matthew Ingram in Fortune magazine, mostly bad news for traditional, mainstream media – confirming what…
Take a look at the scoreboard.
The UK news giant's 'Newsroom 3.1' strategy has been called the 'death spiral of journalism'.