Rupert Murdoch

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 James Murdoch in the Georgetown neighborhood of Washington. Photograph: Jared Soares/The New York Times

As we sat down to lunch in my garden, I mentioned to James Murdoch that I’ve been reading a lot of classical plays lately and a popular theme is the r(...)

Eric Zemmour, who on September 29th – speaking about unaccompanied minors who have migrated to France  – said: ‘They are murderers. They are rapists. That is all they are. They have to be sent back.’ File photograph: Emmanuel Dunand/AFP via Getty Images

France has grown accustomed to outrageous, provocative statements by the extreme right-wing author and commentator Eric Zemmour in recent years. But Z(...)

A supporter of US president Donald Trump outside Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland on Monday. Authoritarianism always comes down to the unique, special, indispensable leader who alone can save the nation, and whose whims, desires and gut feelings are its guiding truths. Photograph: Olivier Douliery/AFP via Getty Images

“There are some who would have thought him mad. His followers felt that he was not. It was necessary to hear and see and touch him to be sure he was n(...)

Google has reached agreements with publishers in Germany, Brazil, Argentina, Canada and Australia and hopes to expand in India, Belgium and the Netherlands. Photograph: iStock

Google has pledged to pay news publishers about $1 billion over the next three years, as it aims to establish new terms of trade with media groups and(...)

Canal plus film: Attendees in canoes at the Gowanus Dredgers paddle-in movie in Brooklyn, New York, on September 19th. Photograph: Paul Frangipane/Bloomberg

Image of the week: Waterworld Drive-in cinemas are a last century business, cycle-in cinemas are much more 2020, but for those seeking true edge, wel(...)

The proposed regulation seeks to redress what it terms a “fundamental imbalance” in bargaining power between Google, Facebook and traditional media companies. Photograph: AFP via Getty

In recent weeks Australians making online searches through Google have encountered something less cheerful than one of the tech group’s “doodles” – be(...)

South African captain Francois Pienaar lifts the William Webb Ellis trophy after the victory over New Zealand in the 1995 Rugby World Cup Final. Photograph: Inpho

Twenty-five years today a group of men sat in the Ambassador Hotel on Boulevard Haussmann in Paris and acknowledged the game was finally up. Rugby uni(...)

SoapBox Labs founder Dr Patricia Scanlon

Amplify, a leading US edtech company that serves five million students across 50 states, is to integrate speech recognition technology developed by Du(...)

US president Donald Trump speaks to the press on arrival in Morristown, New Jersey, on Friday. Photograph: Jim Watson/AFP

Now that the grim festival of presidential re-election tactics are fully under way, it seems the right time to take a depressed squint at how the US m(...)

His Dark Materials: Dafne Keen and Simone Kirby struggle to find anything decent to watch on TV. Photograph: Bad Wolf/BBC

You know what it’s like trying to get a group of old friends together in a room: full diaries, non-adjacent postcodes, standard faffing, and then the (...)

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