The Guardian

Labour leader Ed Miliband

Ten things we’ve just learned about Ed Miliband

Briefing
Mon 9 Mar, AT 07:52

Labour leader talked to The Guardian about snooker, Larry David and why ‘decency’ is not a weakness

The spy cables: five things we have learnt so far

Briefing
Tue 24 Feb, AT 15:42

Leaked documents from Al Jazeera reveal unprecedented look into the world of international espionage

by Ahmad Hammoud/Creative Commons

Will personalised news narrow our minds not broaden them?

Fri 17 Oct, AT 10:37
Holden Frith

News algorithms that allow you to hear only the news you want to hear carry profound disadvantages

Guardian editor Rusbridger 'bats away' MPs' NSA questions

First Reaction
Wed 4 Dec, AT 09:33

Questions about patriotism 'the very definition of McCarthyism', but editor's response was 'impressive'

NSA desk

NSA tapped calls of 35 foreign leaders, reveals secret memo

One-Minute Read
Fri 25 Oct, AT 09:21

Latest Edward Snowden leak suggests White House was urged to share contacts with US spy agency

Greenwald leaves the Guardian to set up news organisation

First Reaction
Wed 16 Oct, AT 15:23

NSA leaks journalist quits to pursue “career dream” but the reaction to his departure is mixed

Crispin Black

Cameron is not the first PM to be seduced by intelligence services

Fri 23 Aug, AT 10:58
Crispin Black

The government would do well to consider what intelligence activities are really necessary today

Guardian man vows 'more aggression' over spy stories

Summary
Tue 20 Aug, AT 09:28

Glenn Greenwald says partner's London detention makes him even more determined to publish Snowden secrets

Guardian man's partner held at Heathrow for nine hours

First Reaction
Mon 19 Aug, AT 10:22

MP asks: Why was Brazilian citizen detained under anti-terrorism laws in connection with Edward Snowden leaks?

Charlie Brooker

Charlie Brooker: I didn't quit Guardian in a huff

Media Watch
Mon 29 Jul, AT 12:15

Columnist denies he left paper after editor refused to ban readers' comments

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