Published in: openDemocracyUK: OpinionFarewell George Osborne – no loss to journalism at all
His legacy as editor of London’s Evening Standard? Nothing but the ‘For Sale’ sign he put across his newspaper
George Osborne’s Evening Standard under fire (again) over lucrative Uber deal
Exclusive: Politicians call on UK advertising watchdog to investigate paid-for content dressed up as news at...
Opinion: George Osborne’s real ‘Future London’ is a crass exercise that readers won’t swallow
Someone needs to tell Osborne that Londoners are not mugs. The rebrand of his controversial deal with Uber, Google...
George Osborne’s Evening Standard launches delayed ‘money-can’t-buy’ campaign – with more controversial partners
Private healthcare firm and a French conglomerate with a record of lawsuits against media join Uber, Google and...
George Osborne’s Evening Standard delays controversial Uber, Google deal
In the wake of ‘cash for column inches’ scandal and calls for Osborne to resign, newspaper denies that £3 million...
Osborne’s Evening Standard ‘cash for column inches’ denials ‘do not stack up’ – says Caroline Lucas
Green Party leader calls on London paper to ‘come clean’ about its hidden commercial agendas – citing another...
George Osborne’s London Evening Standard sells its editorial independence to Uber, Google and others – for £3 million
Exclusive: Newspaper promised six commercial giants “money-can’t-buy” news coverage in a lucrative deal, leaving...
Published in: HomeThe secrets of 'Black Ops' advertising. Who is paying for our news?
"I think the public would resent knowing they are being tricked. So best not to always tell them."
We’re having an election. George Osborne must put his Evening Standard job on hold until it’s over
Can the former UK Chancellor, who masterminded the Tory victory in 2015, really deliver ‘straight facts and opinion’...
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