Online news’ thirst for traffic has sidelined polemics and transformed journalists into thieves and liars
‘Turning down Andrew Neil at eleven at night was probably a mistake because Esther Rantzen became my body double and lectured me resoundingly on what Britain has done for me’
When you and your former schoolmates’ views and values have drifted far apart
Three memoirs explain what it was like growing up in the postwar era and how their generation shaped Britain and America
Daisy Waugh listens in on the great debate on phone hacking.