Diane James, chosen yesterday to fight the Eastleigh by election for UKIP, will make an interesting rival to the Conservative, Maria Hutchings, who seems to be spending her time avoiding contact with journalists.
It did not take a wag at the Reed recruitment agency long to post an advertisement on their website for a “permanent, full time” job vacancy in Rome.
In a blaze of publicity, one of Britain’s most widely-read anonymous bloggers, Fleet Street Fox, has identified herself as the former Sunday Mirror journalist Susie Boniface.
In Hexham, Northumberland, a senior Tory councillor named Matty Donnely has told The Journal that he is resigning from the party in disgust over the vote in favour of gay marriage, after a tense meeting with the local MP, Guy Opperman, who supported the measure.
Tory MP Brian Binley complains of “disillusionment running throughout the entire party.”
In 2005, Maria Hutchings made an emotional debut appearance at a Tory press confernece
The veteran Channel 4 presenter recalls a childhood trauma -salted banana custard
One of the sponsors at last night’s Political Book Awards at the IMax , by Waterloo Station, was the bookies’ Paddy Power, who presented each guest with a pair of green underpants bearing the legend ‘Paddy Powers Lucky Pants.’ The prize money was furnished by the billionaire Tory peer, Michael Ashcroft, who urged the assembled [...]
The US Ambassador to the Lebanon, Maura Connelly, visited the ancient city of Tyre yesterday to discuss “further ways that the United States may help contribute to the protection of Tyre’s rich cultural heritage.”
Viscount Ridley has won a seat in the House of Lords under a ridiculous electoral system in which the only voters were Tory hereditary peers
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