OPINION: The perilously thin line between being racy and racist
A word of advice for wannabe newspaper columnists: if you want an editor to give up precious column inches to entertain your opinions, don’t be vanilla. Any publication worth its salt wants writers who provoke – even anger – to keep the title engaging and spark healthy debate on the letters page. When it comes to columnists, only knickerbocker… Continue reading
Newspaper editor and publisher with 30-years’ experience at national and local titles in the UK and USA including the Daily Mail, Daily Mirror and Jewish Advocate. Editor of Jewish News (Free Weekly Newspaper of the Year 2021/22) since 2009. Columnist for The Times, Daily Telegraph, New Statesman, Independent and others.