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  1. September 10, 2014

    Guardian launches paid membership scheme

    The Guardian has launched a paid membership scheme, as it seeks to narrow operating losses that reached £33.8m last year....

  2. July 8, 2014

    Digital sales help cut losses at Guardian News Media

    The Guardian newspaper has heralded a fall in operating losses, but warned that its short-term financial performance may...

  1. March 3, 2014

    Digital sales bolster Guardian’s revenues

    The Guardian is set for its biggest rise in annual revenues since the financial crisis, as digital revenues and a push into...

  2. March 3, 2014

    Trust-fund newspaper? Not us

    If Andrew Miller did not run The Guardian newspaper, he might not even read it. “I have my own politics,” the understated...

  3. January 28, 2014

    Fleet Street steps up hunt for digital profits

    Many newspaper editors would receive a pay rise if their parent company’s operating profits exceeded £60m. Tony Gallagher,...

  4. January 21, 2014

    Guardian to earn £600m from sale of majority Trader stake

    The financial future of the Guardian newspaper became clearer on Tuesday, after its parent company agreed to sell its most...

  5. January 21, 2014

    Telegraph editor Tony Gallagher leaves amid digital shift

    The editor of the Daily Telegraph has left the paper amid a shift in the newspaper’s digital strategy. Tony Gallagher said...

  6. beyondbrics

    January 14, 2014

    [wrap] Egypt votes on new consititution

    Egyptians queue up to cast their vote on a new constitution in Al-Haram in the southern Cairo Giza district on January 14,...

  7. December 20, 2013

    Brussels furious over claims UK and US spied on Almunia

    Brussels reacted furiously on Friday to claims that British and US intelligence agencies spied on the European commissioner...

  8. December 6, 2013

    The Guardian and the guardians

    For the past six months, western governments have been rocked by the revelations made by Edward Snowden. A former contractor...

  9. December 4, 2013

    Metropolitan Police confirms anti-terror inquiry into Guardian

    Scotland Yard has confirmed that it is investigating whether individuals connected with The Guardian newspaper may have...

  10. November 27, 2013

    MailOnline to launch its ‘journalism crack’ in Australia

    MailOnline has taken aim at Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp by announcing that it will launch in Australia early next year. The...

  11. November 18, 2013

    Indonesia recalls diplomat in Australia spying case

    Indonesia is recalling its ambassador to Australia and reviewing intelligence co-operation with Canberra after allegations...

  12. FT Tech Hub

    November 13, 2013

    Google’s Eric Schmidt joins The Economist

    Some newspapers hate Google, so trust the Economist to be contrary and hire its executive chairman. The Economist Group...

  13. FT Alphaville

    November 4, 2013

    Saddam lookalike nabbed with fake Fauvist haul?

    Did you click? You were meant to, if only to focus on the fact that wing-nuttery and straight forward fabulous fabrication...

  14. The World

    October 17, 2013

    The Snowden leaks may soon get worse

    “Journalist changes jobs” is not usually the kind of headline that merits much attention. But the news that Glenn Greenwald...

  15. October 17, 2013

    Ebay founder backs new media venture

    The founder of Ebay is teaming up with the writer behind a story on a government surveillance programme to try to create a...

  16. Off Message

    October 11, 2013

    Why the Nobel Peace Prize is no longer about peace

    The Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons has been awarded the 2013 Nobel Peace Prize. The reaction has been...

  17. October 11, 2013

    Snowden’s stand for a globalised generation

    Edward Snowden’s secrets must be secret indeed. In certain circles, his name is as unmentionable as Voldemort’s. A former...

  18. October 9, 2013

    Cameron backs MI5 chief over ‘damage’ from leaks

    The prime minister has given firm backing to a speech by the new head of MI5 that suggested leaks by Edward Snowden, the...

  19. October 9, 2013

    The security threat posed by Snowden

    In an open society, a delicate balance should always be struck regarding the role of state security services. Britain’s MI5...

  20. October 8, 2013

    MI5 chief says intelligence leaks cause ‘enormous damage’

    The director-general of MI5, the domestic security service, said on Tuesday that newspaper leaks showing how the...

  21. Westminster Blog

    September 26, 2013

    Lord Mandelson comments prompt backlash from Labour figures

    Labour has been convulsed with in-fighting after Lord Mandelson criticised Ed Miliband’s new policies such as the plan to...

  22. September 23, 2013

    GMG rejects improved Apax offer

    An improved offer by Apax to purchase a half stake in car classifieds company Trader Media has been rejected by its owner...

  23. August 23, 2013

    How can we defeat terrorism if all the trust has gone?

    The supercharged debate in Britain this week over security and civil liberties, triggered by the detention of David Miranda...

  24. August 21, 2013

    Nick Clegg: Guardian material posed ‘serious threat’

    Nick Clegg, deputy prime minister, revealed on Wednesday that he approved plans ordering a top civil servant to request that...

  25. August 20, 2013

    Confiscation of documents was not legitimate

    From Mr Mark Hofman. Sir, You say that David Miranda “is manifestly not a terrorist” (“Britain’s botched use of terror...

  26. August 20, 2013

    UK government defends Miranda detention

    Theresa May, Britain’s Home Secretary, has robustly defended the police decision to detain David Miranda, the partner of...

  27. August 19, 2013

    QC calls for urgent review of terrorism legislation

    Schedule 7 of the Terrorism Act 2000 allows the UK authorities to question travellers as they pass through the UK border in...

  28. August 19, 2013

    Britain’s botched use of terror laws

    Last May, Edward Snowden, a contractor at the US National Security Agency, leaked significant quantities of top secret data...

  29. FT Data

    August 19, 2013

    BBC bias and statistical nonsense

    One of my perennial moans about Britain is the lousy state of its badly funded thinktanks: there are noble exceptions, but...

  30. August 19, 2013

    UK official told Guardian newspaper to destroy files, says editor

    A senior British government official demanded the destruction of files held by the Guardian newspaper related to the US...

  31. August 2, 2013

    Surveillance cash claims put spotlight on Britain’s eavesdroppers

    Britain’s top spies will be asked to report to a parliamentary committee over revelations the US has funded the UK’s largest...

  32. July 16, 2013

    Digital growth helps Guardian narrow losses

    Digital revenue growth at Guardian News and Media, publisher of the Guardian and Observer, outstripped declines in its print...

  33. The World

    July 11, 2013

    Sergei Magnitsky - A reading list

    The case of Sergei Magnitsky has become a cause celebre for western critics of Vladimir Putin’s Russia. The dogged Russian...

  34. FT Alphaville

    July 2, 2013

    A Bitcomedy

    Hot on the heels of the hilarious Wiklevoss Bitcoin Trust, a satirist over at The Guardian has created an hilarious virtual...

  35. Brussels Blog

    July 1, 2013

    US snooping gives the EU an unexpected boost

    A report in Der Spiegel about US snooping on the EU has thrown a very big spanner into trans-Atlantic relations. As we...

  36. The World

    June 10, 2013

    Who is Edward Snowden?

    Edward Snowden (Getty) The NSA whistleblower has revealed himself – Edward Snowden is a 29-year-old former technical...

  37. June 9, 2013

    Blow to Global Radio ambitions

    Having already gobbled up several rivals, Global Radio’s acquisition of Guardian Media Group’s radio arm for about $70m last...

  38. The World

    June 7, 2013

    The Prism programme explained

    The US government’s secret internet surveillance programme, codenamed Prism, began when the National Security Agency signed...

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