With the World Cup less than a month away, some of the heavyweight press have been looking beyond the 12 shiny new (or refurbished) stadia to the wider implications of international sport’s biggest tournament
On 26 March 2013 the Telegraph Media Group announced that it was making its telegraph.co.uk website a subscription service
The London 2012 Olympic Games are here at last, bringing their sponsors with them…
A look at some of the coverage across the UK of the Diamond Jubilee celebrations – including some of the less positive stories
Daily Mail readers are disgusted to hear of a teenager given a restraining order for bullying a Pagan woman. After all, it’s not a proper religion, is it?
Controversy over an art event held at Stockholm’s Moderna Museet featuring a cake shaped like a black woman leads to calls for Sweden’s culture minister to resign
The closing of the News of the World looks less like a cleansing of the Augean stables than it does a smokescreen for a cost-cutting exercise
The Sunday Herald’s identification of Ryan Giggs as the footballer behind a gagging order against The Sun and Imogen Thomas brings the controversy over super-injunctions to a head.
The Daily Mail takes the press coverage of the 2010 General Election away from the politics and into the mire of personal attacks
For the first time, a News Corporation newspaper website puts up a paywall
An examination of The Sun’s decision to switch political sides – again
Swindon’s fixed speed cameras are turned off – to a mixed reception
The assisted suicide of Sir Edward and Lady Downes provoked a good deal of press comment and controversy
The owners of the Wookey Hole Caves tourist attraction are advertising for a part-time witch!
Attempts to extend a Bangladeshi micro-credit scheme to Glasgow’s poor risk falling foul of benefit rules