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Tag: Rupert Murdoch

Alas poor country: Brexit and the Break up of Britain

Commentary by Christopher Silver Britain, we are told, doesn’t go in for revolutions. The urge to completely overturn the established order is said to be foreign....

Why leader’s Murdoch bond is a step too far for this...

By Hugh Kerr When I saw the picture of Nicola Sturgeon holding a copy of the Sun I dismissed it as a "photoshop". After all...

New Labour is finally no more, spun to its grave at...

Derek Bateman kicks some dust over the grave of New Labour The real failure of Labour wasn’t Blair, it was marketing. If they had known how...

The legend of Gordon Brown

Analysis by Maurice Smith   At the height of the independence campaign, as Gordon Brown paced the stage during his carefully-choreographed interventions, my attention was drawn...