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After months of speculation about his future, Blues admit they are in negotiations to extend his contract
Not only is Wi-Fi unnecessary to make one work, papers are a bulwark of democracy, vital for holding the rich and powerful to account
Lord Justice Leveson forgot one of the elementary rules of journalism when he compiled the section of his report that covered the history of this newspaper. Journalism students are taught at college that when researching on the internet, they should not assume that the first site they come to is reliable.
i has launched a marketing campaign aimed at getting students to engage with the paper, and I have been lucky enough to be chosen to represent the paper at the University of Kent. The task of promoting a paper to students is a difficult one, for all sorts of reasons.
Evgeny Lebedev has said he sees "no issue" with politicians and newspaper proprietors meeting each other because "we operate in the same sphere of existence".
A much-disputed face-lift given to Leonard da Vinci's final masterpiece was unveiled to the public at the Louvre in Paris yesterday.
It's a mystery as provocative as anything in The Millennium Trilogy: is there a fourth book by the author of The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo? How much more did Stieg Larsson write about the fascinating, sociopathic Lisbeth Salander before his prodigally unhealthy lifestyle ended his life at the age of 50?
Antonio Tabucchi was a leading Italian novelist, intellectual, academic and columnist, widely known to his countryman as a ferocious critic of former Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi. He regularly accused Mr Berlusconi of using his political power to further his own interests. He was also an internationally-renowned expert and professor of the literature of Portugal, which he considered his second home and where he died of cancer aged 68.