TONE OF CONTENTION
Former barrister Tony Blair’s legal skills seem a bit rusty as he issues a public statement when his name is crops up in court in the hacking trial.
PIE IN THE SKY
Why the Mail’s campaign against Labour luminaries and their historic links to the Paedophile Information Exchange is old, old news.
THE EVILS OF GAMBLING
Guardian tut-tuts about the poor and the perils of high-stakes gambling machines… but what of the fixed-odds betting on its own gambling site?
A WORD ABOUT OUR SPONSOR 1
Tesco’s offshore tax dodges and onshore dominance are forgotten as the Guardian runs a ‘sponsored’ editorial extolling the supermarket’s ethics
A WORD ABOUT OUR SPONSOR 2
Cosying up to Russia and China is wrong, insists the Telegraph– before publishing two propaganda supplements on behalf of their governments.
While galley slaves’ pay is frozen, it’s rises and new job titles all round for Telegraph executives Murdoch MacLennan is desperate to keep on board.
TRIAL OF THE CENTURY
Full report from the Old Bailey on weeks 14 and 15 of the phone-hacking trial.
Investigative hack David Cohen of the London Evening Standard scoops the Paul Foot Award 2013 for his work on the capital’s criminal gangs.