The Justice Secretary tells Sophy Ridge of her ‘belief in the rule of law’, and how ‘too many people in our country don’t understand what judges do’.
Posts Tagged: Media
Theresa May’s austere approach to news management is a plus for government – at least, so far. But it’s turning out to be a minus for her ministers.
Republican lawmakers who don’t back Trump but have supported his agenda so far now have a real window of opportunity for opposition.
Iain Dale: “Um…I…er…it depends on the context.” The stinking hypocrisy of the new LibDem MP over Turkey.
Plus: Trump’s tactics, Labour’s splits, and LibDem divisions.
Nick Timothy breaks the news to May that the first British journalist to interview President-elect Trump is…Michael Gove
It’s a scoop for the man she sacked. And, over at the Foreign Office, what will a certain fellow-journalist be thinking…?
The Audio Visual Media Services Directive is at odds with the principles of the Bill of Rights and the Magna Carta.
Few noticed the Investigatory Powers Bill becoming law because all eyes are on the process of leaving the EU.
Bradley should make clear that this misguided campaign to muzzle the media will not succeed.
Plus: Farage’s new radio show. Tim Barrow’s new appointment. And: the worst Christmas that I’ve ever had.
He might have got his life back, but he doesn’t seem to want to give up the limelight.
Britain lacks a shared moral confidence. This aids our enemies.
Iain Dale: He was five foot four, and I’m six foot two, but I’m wanted none the less to play Mussolini
Plus: Salmond’s revisionist view of Thatcher. My weekly Brexit briefing begins. And: the glory of Tim Shipman’s “All Out War”.
They are joined by Lord Hope, former Deputy President of the Supreme Court, and Joshua Rozenberg.
In political terms, 2016 is turning out to be every bit as important, in historical terms, as 1968.
Have the police, the CPS and anti-press crusaders learned anything from the failure of Operation Elveden?
Millions of pounds were wasted, and dozens of lives disrupted, to no end.