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If Mr Kawczynski and others choose not to cast their alternative vote that does not turn them into a separate “class” of voter. This is like arguing that because some people choose not to vote at all they are disenfranchised – no they’re not, it’s their free choice
I worked for the Times website more than 11 years ago. Even then, Rupert Murdoch was pressuring for a paywall – and that time he listened to the clamour of executives telling him that it would kill the site.
Would drivers on a motorway queue for tolls in the middle lane if the other two lanes [...]
You may, if you’ve looked at the Internet at any time in these last few months, have become aware of one Justin Bieber – a 16-year-old heartthrob pop sensation, responsible for bunching more teen female panties than any act since the Hanson brothers.
This Bieber character is a big deal amongst young girls of a certain [...]
He does read my blog after all! Paul Dacre, editor of the Daily Mail, is doing it just because he knows how much innocent pleasure it gives me.
Not only a column by Tom Utley (right) that pretends that the Mail knows what satire is. Not only a gossip column asking number 356 in my series of [...]
It’s been open season on Mel Gibson today, after the website Radaronline claimed to have heard a secretly-recorded tape in which the actor told the mother of his child: “You look like a fucking pig in heat, and if you get raped by a pack of niggers, it will be your fault.”
Further to my post this morning about the Daily Mail’s contemptible use of a conspiracy theory as a front-page news story, a correspondent draws my attention to another story in a rival publication, namely the Mail on Sunday, two years ago (right).
It was entitled “David Kelly’s closest female confidante on why he COULDN’T have killed [...]
A nation home to a million less people than Scotland is preparing to gain passage to their fifth World Cup semi-final. All that stands in the way is the entire continent of Africa.
With Uruguay sandwiched between Brazil and Argentina you could be forgiven for thinking that they have reaped the benefits of having such talented [...]
We’ve all experienced the unusual atmosphere only found in a doctor’s waiting room. I normally play the ‘guess-what’s-wrong-with-people’ game when I’m waiting to be seen. It’s funny how embarrassed people get, simply because they’re waiting to see a doctor.
The heroic bloody-mindedness of Grigory Perelman.
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