Northcliffe is becoming impossible and I must find another paper.
It was Lloyd George, aided by Northcliffe, who led the fight for it.
She used to be the housekeeper at Northcliffe Manor, you remember.
No, it has nothing to do with Mr. Asquith's triumphal procession and still less with the Northcliffe Press.
"Northcliffe seems to me to have a case," said Mr. Britling.
It is, of course, well known that the Northcliffe Press refuses to print experiences of this kind.
Sent for Northcliffe and told him that unless my articles are treated with more respect I cannot go on and the War will be lost.
Popular feeling at this moment (or rather the type of feeling envisaged by the Northcliffe Press) wont do either.
Mr. Dillon seemed to desire the appointment of a "Northcliffe Controller," but that is impracticable.
A note is now sometimes heard here in undertone (Northcliffe strikes it)—that they don't want the Americans in the war.