GRINDING OUT A SPLASH
The Mail on Sunday has to go to desperate lengths to flam up a tale of “shocking gay sex texts” at the Conservative party conference.
FEUD WHAT A SCORCHER…
How the animus against ex-Telegraph editor Tony Gallagher, of MPs’ expenses fame, meant the paper hid Maria Miller’s resignation on page 4.
The Sun crows over its campaign against banks’ premium call charges – but charges readers 75p and 77p a minute for its own phone services.
The Daily Express illustrates its report on a “dazzling” fashion show not with a photo of the clothes – but of Mr and Mrs Richard Desmond.
The Guardian ups its campaign against fixed-odds gambling… while encouraging readers to bet on football via its own branded betting site.
HIS MASTER’S VOICE?
As the Scottish referendum margins narrow, Yes campaigners are enjoying friendlier coverage from some of Rupert Murdoch’s newspapers.