HSBC and Telegraph: owners cannot afford to ignore paper’s credibilty

Tension between editorial and commercial is nothing new, but the Peter Oborne affair could cause long-term, even terminal, damage In my early days in Fleet Street I witnessed a stand-up row on the editorial floor between the Sun’s then editor, Larry Lamb, and a smart man in a pinstripe suit. Lamb was a towering figure in the newsroom and I had never witnessed anyone daring to speak back to him, let alone shout and swear at him.

Video Shows Chelsea Fans Preventing Black Man From Boarding Train In Paris

A video footage has emerged showing a group of Chelsea fans preventing a black man from boarding a metro train in Paris shortly before the team’s Champions League game against Paris Saint-Germain in the city on Tuesday. The amateur footage shows the black man repeatedly trying to get on the crowded the subway train and being pushed off by the fans, who can be heard singing: “We’re racist, we’re racist, and that’s the way we like it.” Some within the group chanted “Chelsea, Chelsea, Chelsea” moments before the incident took place