A conservative estimate.
Voters see claim and counter claim about the economic effects of leaving the EU but the overwhelming consensus among economists is that Brexit will make Britons worse off.
BBC has come under intense fire from political and commercial enemies.
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The government's White Paper is expected to reduce the scope and funding for the UK public broadcaster.
You wouldn't know elections are happening all over the country, looking at the national press.
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.
Forthcoming details from Janet Smith report have drawn predictable outrage but there's also a hidden agenda at play.
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Coverage was generally positive – though there were also two entirely different types of naysayer.
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.
Paul Weller brought a case over the use of images of his children.
Media pictures of the children of celebrities are now clearly off limits – unless their parents consent to publication.
Outside the Keleti railway station in Budapest, Hungary.
It's not just calling refugees "migrants" that dehumanises them – it's talking about them as if they're numbers.
We thought the phone hacking scandal would chasten News Corp. We were wrong.
If the commercial media has its way the BBC will end up cash-strapped and shackled by regulation.
How the UK tabloids covered the shooting.
When will the news media learn that by making atrocities seem special and memorable, they are playing into the killer's game?
As seen on 24-hour television news.
Ghoulish obsession with flames, death and grief among the media obscures how safe we really are.
Women at the helm: Zanny Minton Beddoes, editor-in-chief, The Economist.
ECB Forum on Central Banking
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?
Any of you fine chaps fancy a job in broadcasting?
Successive governments have criticised the BBC for being too impartial or not impartial enough.
In the know.
Diversity of media is critical for a functioning democracy; but it's not guaranteed by any means.
It was The Sun wot dropped it.
The tabloids aren't the force they used to be.
This BAFTA can be yours for a mere £299.
Sex isn't the issue – we should object when TV programmes try to sell us anything.
Too close for comfort.
Peter Oborne’s attack on the management of the Daily Telegraph for downplaying the latest HSBC scandal raises interesting insights into a wider malaise within business journalism. On one side stands The…