Jean Seaton’s latest
history of the BBC is mired by typos, inconsistencies and factual errors.
Far from incidental, this is symptomatic of a broader carelessness that ultimately undermines her analysis.
The biggest health trust in England - the PFI-indebted Barts - has been put into 'special measures' after inspectors found it was running dangerously short-staffed and overcrowded hospitals. What does this mean for the future of East London's hopsitals?
As UKIP seeks to instil discipline amongst its cadres, it finds itself
walking a thin line between maintaining the populist rhetoric that harnessed
its appeal to the “left-behind” and building a more polished, mainstream image.