Tabloid trickery versus the right to know

July 10, 2009

Probity is Britain’s new watchword. After filleting the bankers over their salaries and bonuses and excoriating MPs for fiddling their expenses we’ve now turned our attention to the antics of journalists.

Did the press make the crisis worse?

February 5, 2009
As the British economy continues to nosedive, an intriguing sideshow has been going on about who should we blame for the financial meltdown.

Since building society Northern Rock went belly up, Prime Minister Gordon Brown’s mantra has been to link Britain’s economic problems to credit flows seizing up due to the subprime crisis in the United States.