When Hitler came to power, the bubble burst

A recent court case could give free speech advocates some serious leverage against the government

Parental regret should be taboo — because the children might be listening

Not much has changed since Philip Gibbs’ forgotten classic lifted the lid on early 20th century Fleet Street

Journalist and actor Denis Tuohy has written a rewarding collection worthy of his colourful career

How the facts of Hannah Arendt’s life read like fiction

Trying to bring large, arrogant public institutions to book is exhausting

How my first editor taught me to report “without fear or favour”

What American journalism’s “teaching moments” teach us about American journalism

David Smith on why the years following Franco’s death will always hold a place in his heart