JE SUIS (UN PART-TIME) CHARLIE
NUJ shows solidarity with Paris unity marchers – but didn’t it once stop the Star ‘doing a Hebdo’ by making it pull a spoof Daily Fatwah page?
FT writer Tony Barber’s line on Charlie Hebdo’s ‘editorial foolishness’ is cut from his blog – but endorsed by IS-controlled radio in the caliphate.
OUT OF THE LOOP
The world commemorates the Paris victims, but a Times fashion writer is totally baffled when Helen Mirren accessorises her frock with a pen.
A PLACE IN THE SUN
Returning Sun columnist Kelvin Mackenzie slams broadcasters for invisible coverage of the slaughter of 2,000 Nigerians (which the Sun sticks on p21).
As the Charlie Hebdo news broke, the Express tells cartoonist Paul Thomas he is MD Martin Ellice’s first ‘kill’ in a round of compulsory redundancies.
LAUGHTER IN COURT
How lawyers defending Sun journalists passed the time in court… sending spoof texts to a Guardian hack who was having trouble with her phone.
Big plugs in the Times and Sunday Times for the TV version of Wolf Hall won’t disappoint the book’s publisher HarperCollins (or the publisher’s owner, one R. Murdoch).
Sun and Sunday Times note Stephen Fry’s generation gap nuptials – yet neither noticed when a media boss of 68 married a woman of 30. Odd that!
How Boris Johnson prepared for his night sleeping rough with Standard owner Evgeny Lebedev… staying at the latter’s agreeable villa in Perugia.
BOOHOO FOR THE TIPSTERS
Why Guardian and Sunday Times readers who bought into fashion retailer Boohoo.com will now be crying into their share portfolios.
DON’T MENTION THE PROFIT
Panic stations at the Telegraph where, despite belt-tightening and mass sackings, that sacrosanct profit target of £60m has not been met.