The story of one man's death is a perfect example of what British newspapers pretend is "public interest" journalism.
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GQ's Brad Pitt interview is a study in the form's emptiness
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2
Mick Lynch's fleet footed approach to interviews means the dirty tackles are coming.
24
Media coverage of the rail strikes certainly has a retro feel to it.
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6
The Times shouldn't be allowed to pretend it didn't vanish a story about Boris Johnson
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2
Marina Hyde's 'bit' on Rwanda deportation flights shows the limits of smirking satire.
25
Keir Starmer's claim to be squeaky clean makes it easier for media mud to stick
8
The latest episode from a woman who's never knowingly hinged.
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