It’s 160 years this month since the first Obscene Publications Act was passed and, says ALWYN TURNER, we’ve hardly moved on.
ALWYN TURNER remembers how the death of Princess Diana was covered in the media.
Is the Left still hankering after 1968 and all that, asks ALWYN TURNER.
ALWYN TURNER on Tommy Boyd, James O’Brien and the reporting of disasters.
ALWYN TURNER bids a fondless farewell to Katie Hopkins as she departs LBC.
Some random thoughts on the election campaign.
ALWYN TURNER on the 1997 Labour government’s decision to give the Bank of England control of interest rates.