Natalie Sarkic-Todd / 01 Aug 2022

Life Under Thatcher

Working for the Iron Lady

It’s remarkable how candidates in the Tory leadership race have channelled Margaret Thatcher. Especially as they're barely old enough to have experienced her policies.(...)

Josh White / 04 Jul 2022

Enemies Within

The Press vs. the Workers

Not everyone can handle TV appearances, least of all on live TV shows. No one expected RMT leader Mick Lynch to do so well in televised clashes with broadcast journalists.(...)

Josh White / 20 Jun 2022

Triumph of the Press

Carole Cadwalladr Beats Arron Banks

British media is less free than it says. Not because it’s dependent on sponsors for funding. But because UK libel law allows the rich to sue the press for criticising them.(...)

Josh White / 21 Jun 2021

Death of a Tabloid

The Sun Burns Out

The Sun might finally be about to burn out. I don’t mean the star that sustains life on this planet. I mean the notoriously smutty, yet influential right-wing UK newspaper.(...)

Josh White / 29 Mar 2021

The Great British Media Crisis

From Murdoch to Facebook

Once upon a time, Fleet Street was where the news was manufactured. Tens of thousands of people worked day and night to ensure the stories were written, edited and went to press on time.(...)

He was genuinely popular. Jess Green, August 2019.
Josh White / 04 May 2020

His to Lose

Why Corbyn Crashed

Jeremy Corbyn's tenure was defined by turmoil. Ultimately, the Labour chief lost his battle with the right despite a valiant effort. (...)