How time flies. Is it really three years since we discussed on these pages the generosity shown by journalists to an incoming prime minister who had been plucked from their own ranks? Normally something dies in journalists when figures alongside them succeed. Peers...
Editorial – Growing pains
Peter Oborne berates lobby reporters
Grant Feller loathes attacks on migrants
Jane Fae asks for fairer coverage
Peter McKay admires mighty barons
Nick Jenkins watches television news
Mark Austin We need to be there
Wendy Sloane Putin pulls the plug
Ivor Gaber What Russians believe
Elena Vardon Caught in a war
What the papers said On Boris Johnson . . .
… and his successor
Michael Hill An unexpected job
Chandni Sembhi From the outside in
Luke Jacobs Increasing opportunity
Hilary Scott London is to blame
Steven Barnett More harm than good
David Elstein Sell off C4 now
John Illman Our way of death
Liz Forgan bemoans posh schooling
Peter Kellner explains polling
John Lloyd analyses the English
Tim Radford understands science
Yvonne Roberts examines Anna Wintour
Sarah Sands admires Tina Brown
Claire Armitstead recalls publishing hype
The way we were
Quotes of the quarter
During his final couple of years, I became my father’s personal and woefully unqualified rabbi. The only person to whom he confessed mistakes and regrets, shared triumphs and memories, both joyous and painful. Once, he sat me down at the kitchen table to tell me about...
The government is right to want to protect the vulnerable from harmful social media, but it’s going about it in the wrong way
The media are strangely reticent to discuss the implications of dying. What puts them off?