A story from the Birmingham Post illustrates what he’s up to.
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Whatever his critics might claim, there’s nothing predictable about Dacre’s editorial line.
This journalist, who has just died, had a capacity for the enjoyment of life which enriched our politics
Its editor constantly calls David Cameron a public school toff in his rag of a paper. Mr Embley, it turns out, was educated at Malvern.
Plus: Get lost, Alex Salmond. My life with Polly Toynbee. Up yours, Jacqui Smith. Why libel lawyers are leeches. And…Fired!!! My Norfolk agony.
What people watch, and the way they watch it, is changing swiftly.
Politics and the media? That couldn’t be a topical subject, could it? In any case, it’s certainly one of the subjects covered by Elia Kazan’s 1957 film ‘A Face in the Crowd’.
In an era when minor parties can have a major impact, who gets to decide which ones get the oxygen of publicity?
From William Hogarth to Steve Bell
A more targeted, more current, website is a good thing to have – but is it really necessary to delete the whole lot?
Allowing companies to offer different services for different prices is key to developing the digital revolution.
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.”