The media will take into account the views of their powerful owners. But they will also weigh the instincts of their audience – and that’s where some intriguing dichotomies arise
The media mogul wrote: 'Friends always knew his principles would overcome his personal friendships'
'Disagreement will be encouraged,' she wrote on Twitter
Who was out to get private detective Daniel Morgan? As his brother pursues his quest for justice by launching a podcast detailing the 30-year-old case, one of the murkiest chapters in recent criminal history is reopened. David Connett reports
Murdoch said that he was 'proud' to return to the top spot
Thirty years ago this weekend, Rupert Murdoch moved his papers to Wapping, firing anyone who refused to work with his new technology and fomenting ugly battles at the gates of his new plant. Most journalists acquiesced – thus helping Thatcherism win a great symbolic victory – but not Donald Macintyre, then at The Times. He reflects on those events, his part in them, and their ironic if happy dividend
What better for a woman allegedly addicted to publicity than to find love with the mightiest of newspaper barons?
Tonight's Channel 5 documentary offered all the inspiration you need to keep reaching for a mug rather than a bottle
With the Comic Strip's latest fantasy screening this month, its creators tell Gerard Gilbert about their phone-hacking parody and why they set it in the Seventies
'Remember when Ted Heath called an election and asked who governed the country? We need to ask that question again'
Disclosure part of massive dump of government documents published just before the seasonal parliamentary break
News Corp executives had more access to ministers than any other media organisation
Plus: The genius of Louise Mensch
The move was announced by Rebekah Brooks, the News UK chief executive in an email to staff and will be implemented at the end of November
He also works with Rupert Murdoch's News International and Goldman Sachs
The founding father of the Murdoch empire is lauded by many, including his son Rupert, as a 'fearless' war hero. Tom DC Roberts, author of a new biography, paints a different picture, with uncomfortable echoes in the present