Alan Yentob’s crumbling empire

An ex-Newsnight producer on the BBC executive’s troubled future


The strange world of Evgeny Lebedev

Private jets and elephants – London’s weirdest media tycoon


The failure of London’s Tech City

East London’s Silicon Roundabout has become a cul-de-sac


Eton’s recipe for success

A 16-year-old pupil says the first thing you’re taught is how to ‘oil’

Newsnight presenter Kirsty Wark (Photo: Getty)

Why Tories get a hard time on the Beeb

Every conservative hack has a horror story about appearing on television

Basement of a bank full of banknotes, at the time of the Mark devaluation, during the economic crisis, Weimar Republic (Germany), 1923.  (Photo by Albert Harlingue/Roger Viollet/Getty Images)

Is inflation really a thing of the past?

The editor of Money Week re-reads When Money Dies by Adam Fergusson

Jeremy Corbyn (Photo: Getty)

For Corbyn, it is as if the Berlin Wall never fell

The Labour leader is stuck in the 70s

(Photo by Geoff Pugh/REX)

The SNP run riot at Westminster

The SNP’s barmy army are wreaking havoc in SW1