Reading back, it highlights how supposedly level-headed ‘realists’ were so slow to recognise the true nature of the National Socialist regime.
Posts Tagged: Right-wing press
The abuses at the heart of the hacking scandal were already illegal. A state regulator would only allow those running it to pursue punitive agendas against legal activity.
The focus of the big four centre right newspapers has switched to immigration – binding them closer to a Brexit position.
The Blair-era instinct of trying to manage a crisis by ‘winning’ the day-to-day news grid is inadequate to the challenges facing the Government.
Newspaper endorsements are not as valuable as they once were but the editorial endorsements of a newspaper are still actively… Read more »
Is Simon Heffer paid according to the number of rude words he can use against David Cameron in a single column?
It’s probably the angriest article he has written since dumping all over Boris Johnson. Here are some extracts from Simon… Read more »
The Press Gazette notes an interesting confession by the Daily Mail’s Political Editor Benedict Brogan. Ben, speaking in a personal… Read more »
Earlier this week Irwin Stelzer – ‘Rupert Murdoch’s representative on earth’ – gave an interview to The Guardian in which… Read more »
The Press Gazette is reporting that Rosa Prince, a political journalist at The Mirror for the last ten years, is… Read more »
More details of the ICM/ News of the World poll: 77% disapprove of Labour’s record on immigration. 63% of its… Read more »
The Sun is at its best this morning. Not only does its front page attack Brown for his dismissive 12… Read more »
On each of the last three weekdays the newspaper formerly known as The Daily Torygraph has been causing big headaches… Read more »
In a rare interview in September’s Esquire magazine Les Hinton, the executive chairman of News International (owners of the Times,… Read more »
All of the papers are reporting that Gordon Brown has killed off Tony Blair’s supercasino plans. The Mail can barely… Read more »
The traditionally right-of-centre newspapers give a warm welcome this morning to yesterday’s policy recommendations from Iain Duncan Smith. Although there… Read more »