‘Will the BBC suffer the same fate as British Leyland and British Shipbuilders?’

The logic behind a nationalised broadcaster was never perfect. In the age of subscription television and the internet it is indefensible

Rupert Murdoch’s critics will never concede that the tycoon has any merits — but our media would be worse off without him

The media mogul gets up the noses of the chattering classes for preserving pluralism of press and broadcasting

It’s time to think the unthinkable, and admit that privatising the BBC is a great idea