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Meet the Editor: 5 Things We Learned from Tim Montgomerie, Editor of UnHerd

19th January 2018

Editor of UnHerd, Tim Montgomerie, joined us at Pagefield this week for our ‘Meet the Editor’ breakfast. Paul Codd provides his take. Launching UnHerd in the summer of 2017, editor and founder, Tim Montgomerie set out to create a news site with a difference, challenging how we as readers approach the news – because in […]

Supporting ‘Global Britain’ – not ‘Britain First’

1st December 2017

Trump’s retweeting of the far-right group Britain First placed new pressure on the ‘special relationship’ this week. But with the US an important strategic partner for ‘Global Britain’, Ben Stetson asks how the Prime Minister can demonstrate the need for cordial relations whilst recognising Trump’s low approval rating in the UK.

Behind the Headlines: Cheers all round for cut-price beer

20th September 2017

One of the nation’s esteemed pub chiefs has slashed prices across the country in a clarion call to Government and industry alike. Ben Stetson takes a look at Tim Martin’s latest contribution to a political debate.

Activate: chasing the youth vote

4th September 2017

News of a Tory youth campaign hit headlines last week. Activate, a grassroots Conservative youth movement as yet unaffiliated with the Party did not enjoy the reception it might have hoped for. Hal Stevenson argues that when it comes to the youth vote the Tories have much bigger issues at hand.

5 things I learned

31st August 2017

As the irreplaceable Will Spratt moves on to exciting pastures new, he shares with us the five things he learned during his three years at Pagefield…

“Fanciful, niche or just plain bizarre”: we pick our top five silly season stories

31st August 2017

For many in our industry August is a time of relative relaxation. But despite the Westminster Village recess, allowing MPs and hacks a well-earned rest, for the media television cameras must still roll, papers must still be printed and Twitter feeds must be refreshed with new content. The result, it is fair to say, is a month or so of stories that are fanciful, niche or just plain bizarre. As we reach the end of August and normal business resumes, we’ve looked back and picked our silly season favourites.

Behind the Headlines: Big Boys Club?

21st July 2017

For the first time in the corporation’s history, the BBC has revealed the salaries of its highest paid talent. Olivia Crawford reports on the media’s reaction in this week’s Behind The Headlines.

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