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Neil Kinnock, the former Labour leader, may no longer be on the national stage but he is still a totemic figure in the Labour movement – and that makes his intervention in the AV debate significant.
Today he becomes the first senior Labour figure to openly question the motives of Mssrs Blunkett, Reid and Prescott (amongst [...]
Jose Mourinho’s Real Madrid have to win this by two goals and that will play into Barcelona’s hands.
A worthy entry at number 602 in the chart of Questions to Which the Answer is No is supplied by Aditya Chakrabortty at The Guardian.
It is actually an interesting article about research by psychologists and economists into the motivations of suicide bombers. Although it is spoiled by Chakrabortty’s apparent endorsement of the facile conclusions one [...]
I thought justice was about bringing people to trial for crimes they have committed, not targeted assassinations. It seems I was wrong. I thought disdain for Britain and the US was born from our imperialist foreign policy, not one man recording video messages. It seems I was wrong. First, NATO bomb Libya and kill three [...]
Websites can help you find your new home – and flag up problems with potential homes ranging from anti-social behaviour to a broken street light. Online House Hunter Alan Cleaver reports.
The film “Prince Charles, hypocrite” was released on YouTube earlier today. It highlights some of the inconsistencies involved in a very wealthy royal, who lives in several palaces, demanding that his subjects “live with less.”
Norman Geras asks a rare and unexpected Question to Which the Answer is Yes But Not in That Way.
The usual moonbats around the internet will conform to Sadie Smith’s Law, which is that [Osama bin Laden's Death][Big News Story] Will Prove Us All Right, by saying that what happened in Abbottabad (which sounds like an English [...]
Get set for Seismic Sunday. After Arsenal’s Aaron Ramsey stroked the ball home to defeat the Red Devils and tangle with Manchester United’s plan of imminently taking the title, thoughts swiftly shifted to 8 May.
The Royal Family doesn’t stir up the media monster. The monster doesn’t need stirring up. It wants blood and will have it no matter how this dysfunctional family tries to manage its public profile.
So, The Silence finally fell via a spot of post-hypnotic suggestion. River kisses the Doctor for the last time as they continue to travel down their timelines in opposite directions. And Amy may or may not be pregnant, but probably is, with said child having a “time head” or rather a Time Lord head not to mention body.
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