How powerful people see opposition.
Commissioners will be elected on tribal lines, warns former Met chief Ian Blair.
The former glamour model will work with other local parents to open a school for the visually impaired.
I emailed my friend Zee who is half German, half Pakistani, but was raised in Britain and now lives in Cologne. “I’ll be on your hof next week,” I wrote.
Prince Philip nears the height of the Oxo Tower; Andrew’s teeth are the size of windows.
How Elizabeth and the Windsors became a top brand for the 21st century.
Republicanism is the least successful democratic project in my lifetime, says Sunder Katwala.
Malcolm Muggeridge's famous - and controversial - 1955 essay.
What's unusual is the role the monarchy plays as part of the national brand.
Young mother asks for an apology after being misrepresented as "benefit scrounger".
If everything has a price, does nothing have a value?
Undocumented migrants have skewed ideas about life in Europe.
The Home Secretary becomes most senior politician to take part in Out4Marriage campaign.
We need to be more open about issues facing men.
A female rabbi argues that Jewish women should not be denied an equal portion of participation.
Jewishness is in my bones, but I don’t want to make that much of a fuss about my ethnicity.
Next they’ll be calling me a “British writer”.
Anthony Julius and David J Goldberg debate.
British Jews are beginning what will be a long and painful process – to recognise the existence of pluralism on Israel, says Keith Kahn-Harris.
Contrary to the “clannish” stereotype, dissent comes naturally to Jewish people in Britain, says David Cesarani.
David Benatar's book has valid comments to make about the position of men.
Men need to admit their vulnerability.
There is scope to re-think the porn industry.
Don't buy into this pretend battle of the sexes.
To deny that gay people do not have equal rights is to be on the side of evil, no matter how twinkly
From newspaper columnists, to politicians, to nightclub owners, myths and distortions are spreading.
21st-century educational apartheid, the new few and our weird weather.
Brrng! Brrng! Another call from BBC Radio Wales. As is their occasional custom, they wish me to help the good people of the Valleys who have a phone and time on their hands at lunchtime make their minds up about the burning issues of the day.