The creator of the marmalade-loving bear on rudeness, refugees - and working seven days a week, even at Christmas.
This week on university campuses across the UK, activists are preparing for “Israel Apartheid Week”. This term is not only misleading, but a grave insult to those who were subjugated in South Africa.
For most of my adult life, I've escewed wearing a tie in almost all situations. Yet now I'm finally learning to respect them - especially when faced with Corbyn's undervest.
My colleague Susan – tougher than me – said I should just drop him. And then, one day, the matter came to a head.
Amid the rancour, it is easy to forget what drove European integration in the first place: the two great wars in the first half of the 20th century.
Lucy Allan's "threat", Clean for the Queen and the case of the invisible frontbencher.
In Donetsk, which has been under the control of Russian backed rebels since April 2014, the propaganda has a hermetic, relentless feel to it.
If you want to know how likely we are to find a ninth planet lurking at the edge of our solar system, it is worth considering hunches elsewhere in science.
“Babylon is not about race,” he says. “It’s about any unjust state or system."
Twenty-two years after Oasis sang, “All I need are cigarettes and alcohol,” the young are abandoning both.
Jeremy Corbyn certainly thinks that Portugal's new government may be the place to look for politicians hoping to lead Europe in a new direction.
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