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The Guardian is starting to look a bit like one of Leonardo Da Vinci's perpetual motion machines.
Hacks from The Guardian and The Observer can briefly let their hair down tonight and forget the ordeal of moving to their new King's Cross offices when GNL holds its Christmas party.
Stephen Carter (or Lord Carter of Barnes as he is otherwise known) published his preliminary manifesto for Digital Brita
At first, the concatenation of Paul Dacre and Alan Rusbridger at the front of Monday's Media Guardian looked a bit like one of those combinations the Du
Reporting on the boss's performance is difficult for hacks who cover the media. But today's joint effort by Stephen Brook and Richard Wray to explain Guardian Media Group's annual results was particularly abject.