The Power of the National Press

I typed in a link from [an article in yesterday’s ](http://www.telegraph.co.uk/property/interiorsandshopping/5206815/Interiors-bargain-hunter.html)[Daily Telegraph](http://www.telegraph.co.uk/property/interiorsandshopping/5206815/Interiors-bargain-hunter.html) that my wife showed me. The above…

More on the Broadsheets

Well, the Lord Black developments did happen too late for the Media Gurdian, although they were splashed all over the front page of the main paper. Incidentally, the lead story was an analysis of daytime TV hosts in the wake…

Largest Shareholder No Longer

Ah, that was quick. Lord Black is no longer the largest shareholder in the company that owns the Telegraph. He’s been bought out by the frighteningly rich Barclay Brothers, a pair to which the adjective “reclusive” clings with desperate…

Newspaper sues largest shareholder

I’ve often maintained that proprietor/newspaper relationships are nowhere near as simple as most people would like to think they are. This rather proved the point: BBC NEWS | Business | Telegraph tycoon sacked and sued Poor old Lord Black… [![Reblog…