Late on Wednesday the government quietly let it slip that it was abandoning the child refugees programme it had earlier agreed to.
The Times leads with the headline today: ‘95% of new workers are foreigners’ – but the newspaper is misleading its readers. And this is common among newspapers when they make such claims.
Without much fanfare, the Times had a little announcement today. Michael Gove was back as a columnist.
The Times newspaper was shamed into putting the Hillsborough verdict on its front page this morning after an online backlash that included its sister paper The Sun.
The columnist Melanie Phillips is on fine bonkers form again today, with an article titled “These awful tattoos show we’re turning pagan”.
A journalist from the Times or Sunday Times looks to have registered an Ashley Madison account to parliament’s postcode in an attempt to unmask Westminster’s philanderers, analysis by Political Scrapbook would suggest.
As the phone hacking scandal rumbles on to the dismay of News Corporation, there was speculation that Tory backbenchers had been primed by the whips to say that the public want MPs to move on to other issues, and Louise Mensch attempted to deflect the attention to Piers Morgan by taking quotes in his book […]
A survey for Press Gazette shows the extent of reputational damage to other News International papers, with up to 15% of the public less likely to buy Murdoch titles because of hacking at the News of the World. The poll also suggests implications for the print media at large, with 21% of respondents saying they were […]