UKIP, the SNP and the Greens cut through all the...
* Many bankers are still overpaid * The Chanc...
18th February 2015 marks the ten year anniversa...
Working Class Tory repeats a formative grievance of mine from an unusual perspective. It used to be a left-wing complaint that Labour won more votes in the 1951 election while the Conservatives won more seats. WTC complains that Winston Churchill was useless at winning elections, losing in 1945, 1950 — and “losing” in 1951.
In fact the [...]
Last year France became the first country in Europe to make wearing a veil in public illegal, and now it has become the first to enforce it as yesterday two women were arrested outside Paris’ Notre Dame Cathedral. It was a drop in the ocean for religious tolerance but outrage rippled out from the city across the [...]
Links to the best of the web
Daily gossip from the world of celeb
I do not have an opinion on who should be the President of the Ivory Coast, and must admit that my knowledge of the country’s history is somewhat lacking. However, I do know that the military of France, it’s former colonial power, have no right to invade an African country, let alone help one side of an internal conflict over-power another.
A belated footnote to the exchange I had with Matt Chorley, my brilliant colleague, in the pages of The Independent on Sunday about Nick Clegg. The feature arose because, after the Deputy Prime Minister’s interview with Jemima Khan in the New Statesman in which he said he sometimes cried listening to music, some of the [...]
Set in a medieval village that is haunted by a werewolf, a young girl falls for an orphaned woodcutter, much to her family’s displeasure.
Our Online House Hunter looks at some good news coming out of the prime country market
The best bet in the Champions League games tonight might be to expect plenty of bookings in the Man United v Chelsea clash. We called the first game right, laying over 3.5 goals in a game that looked open on paper, but produced just one goal in practice.
I’ve never heard the Chancellor compared to Goldilocks before. Yet here at the IMF Spring Meeting in Washington the Fund’s chief economist, Olivier Blanchard, did just that. Though he did not mention Mr Osborne by name he clearly had him in mind when he advocated “smart fiscal consolidation that is neither too fast, which could kill growth, nor too slow, which would kill credibility”.
Latest from Independent journalists on Twitter