Tim Farron explains, and other stories: Today’s Inde Diary
A silly item on this morning’s Today programme, inspired by Will Self’s claim that if you have the misfortune to be called Tim your “life chances are constrained” reminds of a curious piece of political trivia.
Huhne was spotted in the audience at The Judas Kiss
Lembit Opik is seeking a rule change that would make it easier for the Lib Dems to remove their leader
Three councillros from three parties and three parts of the UK have disgraced themselves on the social media in the past few days.
Lord Mandelson claims not to remember trying to get Nick Robinson sacked, but it was very much in character
Ulster Protestants protest that ‘Provo’ – the name of Kia’s latest model – is resonant of the Provisional IRA
James Duddridge, who was once shocked by Andrew Mitchell’s use of an expletive, wants Bulgarians and Roumanians to ’sod off’
The Australian political class gets all unneighbourly over the role of Tony Blair’s ex-adviser
Much as it would pain many of us living south of Gretna Green to see Scotland leave the UK, it really does not help the case for the union if the government tries to undermine the SNP by talking bollocks.
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