Rupert Murdoch owned Fox News faced fresh controversy last night after it emerged it may face a U.S. Federal government investigation over sexual harassment claims against its former CEO Roger Ailes.
Remember that brief moment a few years ago when, after continually railing against America’s gun laws, Piers Morgan looked like he had principles? Well, you can safely go back to the assumption that it was all just a sham.
With Brexit sending the pound crashing to a 31-year low yesterday the Express and Mail have responded — with an extraordinary attack on the, errrrr, 16 million people that voted remain.
Actor John Cleese is furious. In fact he’s really really angry over the John Whittingdale press cover-up, and he’s not afraid to show it. First, perhaps a bit of background is needed. Or at least a summary.
The Swedish Embassy in Britain has taken the extraordinary step of condemning the Daily Mail for its ‘propaganda campaign’ against refugees by misusing Sweden as an example.
At first, no one quite knew what to make of the Daily Mail splash today. But then someone had the genius idea of putting forward their idea of ‘who speaks for England‘. And then it just went from there.
With Scrapbook establishing that former Tory MP (and now former Sun On Sunday columnist) Louise Mensch’s “major new role” might not be all its cracked up to be, the News Corp press office has since been stonewalling your humble correspondents.
With her Sun On Sunday column ditched, Louise Mensch claims to have been elevated to a “major new role” — but apparently not major enough to bear mention in a News Corp press release or anywhere in the media, so she has thoughtfully taken to letting people know on Twitter:
BOSS CAN SNOOP ON YOUR PRIVATE EMAILS, blasts the front page of today’s The Sun:
Quitting Tory MP turned Murdoch shill Louise Mensch at least has one exclusive in her Sun on Sunday column this weekend — that it will be her last last: