Russell Brand either doesn’t know his Mark Twain or has chosen to ignore it.
Part of England’s charm has always been its adherence to tradition. Consider the supporting evidence: the royal family, the guards at Buckingham palace, the inability of a Brit to win a singles’ title at Wimbledon (the last was …
Who needs News of the World when you have Twitter?
Perhaps that’s the way Rupert Murdoch looks at things, since the hacking scandal forced his company News International to close the British tabloid last year.
The News of the World hired a former policeman to covertly track more than 100 people, including Prince William and others connected to the royal family.
Actor Jude Law‘s accusation that the News of the World hacked his cell phone is, on its face, similar to the thousands of other alleged privacy violations that have emerged throughout the ongoing hacking scandal.
Yesterday, Rupert and James Murdoch and Rebekah Brooks faced both tough questions and shaving cream-wielding assailants.
There's a quite gripping drama happening across the pond, and it's not written by Steven Moffat.
Hugh Grant is trending on Twitter in the UK today not because of a film role but because of the role he played in turning the tables on a former tabloid reporter in the current scandal over celebrity phone hacking.
A tarnished tabloid and a high-stakes horse race are both trending on Twitter in the UK today.