"At The Daily Telegraph, they really have to make up their minds, and not just about format. It's about content and they are not as serious as us or The Guardian." - The Times' editor, Robert Thomson, continues to take potshots at his broadsheet rival
"It feels like a recipe for conflict, for muddle, for duplication of effort and for significant additional cost - to be borne, presumably, by you and me, the licence-fee payers." - Michael Grade, the BBC chairman, sticks the boot into those who want an external regulator for the BBC.