The Economist's Editor Says There Aren't Enough Black People Working At The Magazine
The prestigious British political magazine revealed that 0.9% of its staff are black.
Why Does The BBC Keep Losing Its Top Male Presenters?
In just eight months, Andrew Neil, John Humphrys, David Dimbleby, and Eddie Mair have all stepped down.
Journalists Have Been Banned From A Powerful Database That Lets You Search People's Phone Numbers And Addresses
Until now, Trace IQ let journalists search names, phone numbers and addresses in one database – now they've been banned, but other groups, such as debt collectors, haven't.
Pro-Trump Activists Are Boosting A Twitter App Used By Banned Personalities And It Appears To Have Already Stalled
“Twitter was successful because of conservatives. Because of Donald Trump tweeting. Because of people like me and Charlie (Kirk) tweeting.”
The Founder Of Nigel Farage's New Brexit Party Has A History Of Anti-Muslim Comments
“If these people really dislike it so much in the West, why do they chose [sic] to live here?”
Candace Owens: "If Hitler Just Wanted To Make Germany Great And Have Things Run Well, OK, Fine."
Owens' comments came during the invite-only London launch of a pro-Trump activist group.
Days After Its Disastrous British Launch, Turning Point Has Already Lost One Of Its Star Recruits
“There was a sense of people realising, 'Who are these cranks?'”
A Leaked Memo Says Chinese State TV Registered As A Foreign Agent "In The Spirit Of Cooperation"
"It's already hard describing who we work for," one CGTN source said. "This makes it even more complicated and uncomfortable when talking to anyone on the outside."
The Telegraph Apologised For A Story About Melania Trump. Now The Journalist Who Wrote It Is Threatening To Sue.
US journalist Nina Burleigh claims The Daily Telegraph's apology has turned her into an "international poster girl for fake news".
This Right-Wing Internet Personality Conference Is Being Advertised With A "Voltaire" Quote Linked To A Neo-Nazi
The Brussels conference also appears to feature a lot of empty seats.
A British Catholic Magazine Met With Steve Bannon To Come Up With A List Of “Catholic Influencers And Millionaires”
One of Bannon's ideas was to create the “Catholic Spectator”, a source said, adding that the magazine was on a “holy mission” to take on Pope Francis.
This British Newsroom Is Infested With Mice And It'll Make You Feel A Bit Queasy
“They are everywhere, and desks are covered in poo and pee each morning.”
Wetherspoons Has Its Own News Magazine And It's Just Ripping Off Entire Columns From Other Newspapers
The Financial Times described it as copyright infringement. The Spectator is seeking compensation.
YouTube Says Tommy Robinson Will No Longer Be Able To Make Money From His Videos
"We have suspended ads on Tommy Robinson’s YouTube channel as it breaches our advertising policies," a spokesperson told BuzzFeed News.
Here Are The Front Pages The Morning After The Truly Epic Brexit Defeat
"No deal...No hope...No clue...No confidence"
These Facebook Pages Are Spending Thousands Of Pounds Trying To Influence Your Views On Brexit
"As a regular person, you know that vast sums of money are being spent but you have no idea who those organisations are."
BBC Journalists Have Been Told To Stop Saying "BBC Understands" Because It's "Slightly Pompous"
"Either it’s true and we know it in which case just report the story, or we’re unsure in which case don’t report it until we are."
Reporters At The Sun Are Worried The Drudge Report Is Making Them Become More Right-Wing
You’ve heard of clickbait. The Sun has Drudge bait.
Tommy Robinson Has Been Kicked Off A Crowdfunding Site For Raising Money For A Teenager Accused Of Assaulting A Syrian Refugee
Donorbox removed Robinson’s account following questions from BuzzFeed News.