The Daily Telegraph has sacked its editor, Tony Gallagher, and declared it will “reinvent the way we work” and move beyond news publishing.
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Friday 22 May 2009
Thursday 21 May 2009
Those who abhor the Daily Mail's peculiar view of the world and who like to characterise it is as the 'Daily Hate' will no doubt be smiling at news of a staggering fall in profits at its parent company the Daily Mail & General Trust.
Monday 04 May 2009
Deputy Editors are often not especially important figures. They fill in when editors are on holiday, and otherwise do the boring jobs which their bosses don't want to do. They are acutely conscious that the paper they are allowed to edit for a few weeks a year is not their own.
Thursday 30 April 2009
Independent News and Media (INM), said today that it remains confident of a positive outcome to negotiations over a €200m (£179.6m) bond, due to mature on 18 May.
Wednesday 25 March 2009
Propaganda, that is. In this case for selective schools.
Monday 23 March 2009
The Daily Mail and General Trust today became the latest media company to announce major cutbacks in the regional press.
Tuesday 24 February 2009
I enjoyed Chris Mullin's diaries, serialised in The Mail on Sunday at the weekend, as I knew I would. He was a rare minister, with a feel for language and a strong sense of the ridiculous.
Friday 28 November 2008
The Independent and Independent on Sunday are re-locating from their premises in Docklands to Northcliffe House, Kensington, headquarters of Associated Newspapers, according to a statement released today
<a href="http://blogs.independent.co.uk/independent/today_in_politics/index.html" target="_blank">Today in Politics: The truth behind Blair's attack on Brown</a>
Thursday 28 August 2008
Further intelligence reaches me about the stinging criticism of Gordon Brown by Tony Blair which was revealed in a scoop by the Mail on Sunday this month
Sunday 20 July 2008
Tuesday 15 July 2008
A British composer was told to go bankrupt yesterday after he unsuccessfully tried to sue the London Evening Standard for libel. Keith Burstein ran up legal costs of £67,000 defending a test-case libel action against Associated Newspapers, publishers of the Standard, over a critical review of one of his operas.
Sunday 04 May 2008
Monday 07 January 2008
Sunday 16 December 2007
Thursday 01 June 2006
Culinary experts in The Netherlands thought it was 'fresh' and 'tasty'
Of all the computers Apple has ever made there’s only one that Steve Jobs had to sell his car to finance
Cameron is warned 'no possibility' of UK reducing immigration and that bid to bring in quota on migrant workers would be illegal
Of course, teenage girls need role models – but not like beauty vlogger Zoella
Support for EU membership 'at highest level since 1991' with most Brits wanting to stay 'in'
Residents should throw a street party and mix with immigrant neighbours, councils told
Russell Brand threatened with arrest after filming outside Fox News headquarters
London bus driver 'kicks gay couple off for kissing'
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