Alistair Darling, an Edinburgh Labour MP and former chancellor of the Exchequer, is chair of Better Together, the umbrella organisation leading the “No” campaign against Scotland’s independence in Thursday’s referendum. Freelance journalist Alex Mitchell reports.
Guy Rundle examines the Cameron government's latest UK budget and finds it comes up sorely lacking.
We all complain Labor lacks a narrative. But what if positive narratives are now impossible to effectively communicate? Look overseas and it may well be the case.
The torrent of bad news coming out of Fairfax HQ continued this morning, with job-slashing CEO Greg Hywood announcing downgraded revenue expectations for the rest of the year. Plus other media news.
Today is all about Rupert, but let's not forget yesterday's session at the Leveson Inquiry, in which the 81-year-old's son and heir, James Murdoch, was slow-roasted for six hours in London's High Court. So how did Sun King and son stack up against each other?
The government of the United Kingdom has pulled off one of the great political con jobs, writes David Ritter from London.
Grinning, young, confident, Labour leader Ed Miliband strode across the vast forecourt of the Liverpool Conference Centre, towards a date with destiny -- his first leader's speech to the party conference.
Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair's first comments about Murdoch yesterday were quite pathetic. If David Cameron is being subjected to enormous scrutiny over his dealings with Murdoch then so should Blair, Gordon Brown and John Major.
Crikey media wrap: The News of the World phone hacking scandal didn't just bring down a paper, it also destroyed Rupert Murdoch's News Corporation's £8bn bid to buy BSkyB.