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Tony Gallagher, editor of The Telegraph, and Chris Blackhurst, editor of The Independent, arrive in Downing Street for talks on press regulation earlier this week. Picture: Getty

Is it time for a spot of musical chairs at the Sun?

7 March 2016 15:54

When Tony Gallagher left the Daily Mail to become editor-in-chief of the Sun in September, the appointment took many by…

When the press quivers before the powerful, no one benefits. Except, of course, the powerful

8 October 2015 11:37

Imagine living in a country where a politician could not only force a newspaper to retract a report but could…

The myth of the ‘middle class drink epidemic’

24 July 2015 11:48

With alcohol consumption falling every year for over a decade it is becoming increasingly difficult to sustain the myth that…

What can modern politics learn from Thatcher? Charles Moore will tell us

3 June 2015 9:43

The first volume of Charles Moore’s biography of Margaret Thatcher is one of the finest political books of recent times.…

Dragons’ Den star: Why I didn’t sign business letter backing the Tories

21 April 2015 14:17

Last month over 100 British business leaders signed a letter backing the Conservatives’ economic policies. The letter, which was published…

It’s not up to Theresa May to define ‘British values’

12 March 2015 15:51

A month after the Magna-Carta-mangling Counter-Terrorism and Security Bill crept onto the statue book, leaked documents seen by the Daily…

Cage deserves all the scrutiny the relevant authorities can muster

27 February 2015 12:41

So the identity of ‘Jihadi John’ appears to have come out.  And surprise surprise he is a man associated with…