A Twitter spat involving the vice chairman of the Conservative Party, Michael Fabricant, has come and gone, with a modern myth about the scale of UK government debt as its main casualty.
David Cameron has been given a ticking off by the EU but not over any of the issues he is expected to cover in his big speech tomorrow morning
The news today that Michael Winner has died revived interest in the occasion when he appeared as a guest on LWT’s new Friday evening talk show, hosted by Richard Littlejohn.
Politics is said to be show biz for ugly people. It is also show biz for very undisciplined people, according to one professional who has tried both.
An article in the current Time magazine about elitism in Oxford and Cambridge universities has caused a stir by having one of the longest corrections in modern publishing.
Tim Loughton, the sacked former Children’s Minister, is not taking the assault on his reputation by one of Michael Gove’s attack dogs lying down.
The 301 group of Conservative MPs was formed with the avowed purpose of securing an outright majority for their party in the next general election.
Yesterday’s debate in the House of Commons on whether to renew Trident did not produce many surprises, because most speakers were holding to well known positions
Jonathan Ross, not normally known to be coy, was in no mood to talk when contacted about a rumour that he is interested in a rescue bid for the high street chain, HMV.
“Some people I know are talking about it. I am not directly involved. I can’t say more than that,” he replied.
He began to [...]
Electricity bills went up 16 per cent, and gas by 20 per cent after Volker Beckers took over in January 2010 as chief executive of the German-owned Npower, one of the big six energy companies. The company was criticised by the Commons energy committee over its ‘excessive’ profits. In 2011, they made £313 million.
Today, Beckers [...]
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