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A gamble on TV debates may yet help Labour. But the Labour leader’s eagerness to hold them is not a signal of confidence. It’s the opposite.
Also: Reflections on chairing the Tonbridge and Malling primary. And why I like Piers Morgan…and Tony Benn.
Whether you like the overhaul or loathe it, it is doing the job it was meant to do.
“Hacked Off needs to examine what Lord Leveson and his report actually said.”
0-2, 11-3. 6-3. #winning
Interview: Boles – “There is no legal reason why the press should play along with the Royal Charter”
“The Liberal Democrats have shown they do not believe in press freedom. We Conservatives are the party of freedom.”
Bob Satchwell says the whole industry is concerned about where the current proposals could lead in future.
By Mark WallaceFollow Mark on Twitter. Only a couple of years ago, conventional wisdom in Westminster scoffed at the concept of leaving… Read more »
Yesterday, the BBC published an embarrassing leaked letter, sent by a Department of Education official, on the topic of internet… Read more »
By Andrew Gimson No wonder the man reading a newspaper looks disorientated. Already in the illustration which accompanies this article… Read more »
We don’t normally start ToryDiary posts by highlighting the words of a Labour frontbencher. That stuff’s generally reserved for LeftWatch. But there was… Read more »
To mark 200 years of Dickens, Jeremy Hunt gives one of the great author’s books to Cabinet colleagues
By Tim MontgomerieFollow Tim on Twitter Jeremy Hunt is again tipped as the next Health Secretary in this morning's newspapers in… Read more »