No 10’s Kamasutra Guide to Media Relations

Who is at it with who?

Who is the dominant one or is it symmetrical?

Who provides the post orgasm herb?

Who cleans up afterwards?

This may just help:

Daily Mail editor Paul Dacre was the only individual invited for an official dinner at Number Ten by Prime Minister Theresa May in the last three months of 2016.

The event was recorded in transparency documents released on Friday.

Dacre’s paper supported May’s bid to be Conservative Party leader and former Daily Mail political editor James Slack is her offical spokesperson.

The documents also record meetings between May and the following journalists: Daily Telegraph editor Chris Evans, BBC political editor Laura Kuenssberg, Sky political editor Faisal Islam, ITV News political editor Robert Peston, Times editor John Witherow (twice), Sunday Times editor Martin Ivens, Sun editor Tony Gallagher, Sun on Sunday editor Victoria Newton, BBC journalist Andrew Neil and FT editor Lionel Barber. (Press Gazette).

The fourth estate in all its glory providing a balanced and critical account of government rhetoric and policy don’t you know.

Douglas James