Kelvin MacKenzie, the former editor of the Sun newspaper. Photograph: Oli Scarff/Getty Images)

‘The former Sun editor Kelvin MacKenzie will not return to the paper after being suspended for writing a column comparing Everton footballer Ross Bark(...)

Richard Osman: ‘I am obsessed with class. Class is everything and we don’t talk about it nearly enough’

Richard Osman has been on our telly for only a little over a decade. Originally a producer, he decided to sit in on a demonstration when pitching a qu(...)

Charlize Theron, Nicole Kidman and Margot Robbie in Bombshell

Appropriately for a film set within the Murdoch empire, the title has a sticky double-meaning that would have appealed to Kelvin MacKenzie, former edi(...)

Columnist Kelvin MacKenzie, a favourite of Rupert Murdoch, had been suspended on April 15th over the column, which was widely criticised as racist. Photograph: Lewis Whyld/PA Wire

Britain’s biggest-selling newspaper the Sun has turned a page in its colourful history by dropping provocative columnist Kelvin MacKenzie, a favourite(...)

Kelvin MacKenzie is in negotiations to leave The Sun after he wrote a piece comparing Everton and England footballer Ross Barkley to a gorilla. Photograph: Lewis Whyld/PA Wire

The Sun’s parent company is in negotiations with its former editor Kelvin MacKenzie over the terms of his departure, according to reports. News UK is(...)

Labour sources  suggested Kelvin MacKenzie might have committed a criminal offence in comments about party leader Jeremy Corbyn. Photograph: Andy Rain/EPA

The Sun’s suspended columnist and former editor, Kelvin MacKenzie, could be reported to the police for inciting hatred and violence towards Jeremy Cor(...)

 Sun columnist Kelvin MacKenzie has been suspended from the newspaper. Photograph:  Lewis Whyld/PA Wire

Everton Football Club have banned the Sun newspaper from their Goodison Park stadium and training ground. The announcement comes in the wake of contr(...)

Former Sun editor Kelvin MacKenzie has unleashed another barrage of insults towards Liverpool.  Photograph: John Stillwell/PA Wire

The mask always slips. Who knows what inspired Kelvin MacKenzie to pen his latest vile ode, inevitably in the Sun, to the people of Liverpool? And wh(...)

 Columnist for the ‘Sun’ Kelvin MacKenzie oversaw the newspaper when it ran a front-page story four days after the 1989 Hillsborough tragedy, headlined “The Truth”. Photograph: Lewis Whyld/PA Wire

The Sun columnist Kelvin MacKenzie has been suspended from the newspaper after he expressed “wrong” and “unfunny” views about the people of Liverpool,(...)

Rupert Murdoch is adding seven radio stations in Ireland. Photograph: Reuters

Rupert Murdoch, the 85-year-old media mogul worth an estimated $11 billion, (€9.6bn) will substantially increase his interests in Ireland if the takeo(...)

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