Say what you like about bankers, but you know where you stand with them. While most of the world’s employers fretted about persuading staff even to contemplate a return to the office, the boss of Goldman Sachs told his he’d see them at their desks or wouldn’t be...
Editorial – It’s lonely at home 3
Martin Bright identifies a serious threat 5
Tim Luckhurst wants to like GB news 7
Grant Feller is proud of the Daily Mail 9
Martin Rowson finds lines of beauty 11
Brian Winston and Graham Law – The media and science 14
Emma Youle – Investigating Covid 21
Philip Harding – How the BBC can escape a mess 31
Stewart Purvis – The Tories revisit Channel 4 36
Ben Whitelaw – The online harms bill is flawed 41
Jo Adetunji – Censored by trolls 45
Stephen Vines – China kills Hong Kong media 51
Scott Griffen – Bad men turn on journalists 58
Rob Hutton is unusually numerate 63
Martin Moore enjoys historical perspective 65
Richard Tait views the Channel 4 archive 67
Pippa Crerar explores the lobby 69
Robin Muir admires style 71
Ann Leslie on women at war 74
Guy Adams asks for a new intro 76
Quotes of the quarter 50
The way we were 79
The Cudlipp Award 80
Martin Bright It is now more than 20 years since The Guardian and The Observer fought off attempts by the government to force them to hand over documents in the case of MI5 whistleblower David Shayler. At judicial review, Judge Igor Judge concluded that demands to...
Tim Luckhurst The writer is principal of South College, Durham University. My membership of the Free Speech Union and honest concern that decolonising the curriculum might narrow debate mark me out in academia. So I was not surprised when GB News invited me to appear,...
Scott Griffen All over the world, oppressive regimes are seizing the opportunity to introduce draconian laws, bully reporters and end media freedom On June 17 this year, 500 Hong Kong police officers marched into the newsroom of pro-democracy tabloid Apple Daily,...
The Cudlipp Award, presented annually by British Journalism Review as part of the National Press Awards, has been won by the Daily Mail for its “Mail Force” PPE crisis campaign. The paper deployed its considerable editorial muscle to helping to resolve the shortage of...