The news that the London Evening Standard is to be given away free from next Monday is mind-boggling. It will be the first time any publisher in this country has offered readers what is, after all, a pretty good newspaper for nothing. All existing freesheets are fairly downmarket, and do not have any pretensions to be complete newspapers.
The Sun's decision to turn against Labour was the reward for years of shrewd politicking and social networking by the Tory leader and his team. Andy McSmith reports
It made 'Gorilla' for Cadbury but Fallon must fight for its key account with Sony, reports Ian Burrell
Editor of The Sun promoted to run all Rupert Murdoch's British newspapers
Stephen Fry leads the tributes to the deadpan radio broadcaster
A raggle taggle group of backbenchers has put Gordon Brown's leadership back in the balance. Andrew Grice asks whether the Cabinet dare deliver the coup de grâce
The name is famous, the Rolodex is deep; but a woman has to make her own mark. Tim Arango reports
Before the Hollywood stylists had their say, time was when Hugh Grant was the floppy-haired pin-up for aspiring Sloane Rangers everywhere. So it's nice to see him finally returning to his roots.