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Osborne has failed to recognise the similarities between what happened in Ireland and what happened in Britain in the past decade. Britain, like Ireland, was reliant on revenues from a banking and property bubble.
OK, I promise to stop banging on about my recent trip to the US after this post. But in all my excitement about Caitlin Rose (see previous post for link to feature), one small musical experience got left behind.
While I was in Seattle to do a piece about the Dreamliner 787, I left a posh [...]
I was extremely concerned (not to mention depressed) by the piece of news which pinged into my inbox this morning in the form of a press release from the nice people who make Velvet Toilet Tissue claiming that one in five Britons don’t realise that the oxygen we breathe is produced by trees.
The key findings [...]
THERE’S much excitment in West Cumbria at the moment over another ‘big cat’ sighting. To the wildlife lover, this is an enigmatic rare species of wild cat that has escaped capture. To researchers of the paranormal, it’s a mystical beast that slips in and out of reality. But to Cumbrians there’s no doubting what it [...]
When Microsoft announced they had a ‘very special announcement’ concerning both Bungie’s Halo: Reach and Manchester United footballer Rio Ferdinand as you might expect the assembled press were more than a little bit baffled.
The latest episode of Zach Galifianakis’ web chatshow ‘Between Two Ferns With Zach Galifianakis’ is up on the Funny or Die site.
The comedian/actor is best known for his role in The Hangover, but he’s also a hghly regarded comedian, with a penchant for bizarre web videos, including a series of ads for Absolut Vodka and [...]
It’s top of the posts time, again. America has featured heavily in this week’s most popular offerings, from Hollywood to the right wing, with a few football-based entries scoring good positions also.
1. So, why did Brangelina really go after the News of the Screws? by Guy Adams
2. Daniel Craig’s new job leaves James Bond in [...]
Argentina could only reach the quarter-finals of the World Cup, so when the Argentinean FA asked Diego Maradona to make substantial changes to his backroom staff it sounded like a fair request. And when Maradona could not agree to the terms, the logical conclusion was to go their separate ways, which is what has happened.
Sometimes you just have to laugh at yourself. This is one of those times.
You’ve all heard the saying, as muttered famously by a certain Miss.Moss – but upon pondering over some of the ‘recipes’ I came up with over years of this said thinness, I am pleased to announce – shock, horror – that it [...]
Sad news courtesy of this month’s Oldie. Elena Salvoni OBE, the 90-year-old maitre d’ of Elena’s Etoile in Charlotte Street is to retire, seemingly against her will.
The Grande Dame of dining tells the magazine’s Claire Daly that she isn’t bitter, but remains “gutted” at her redundancy. “People should be able to work for as long [...]
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