It would have been a lot neater, and no doubt a lot more comforting, if Anders Behring Breivik had been declared too insane to stand trial.
The story of how, in a string of managerial and legal lapses, the <em>Times</em> hacked NightJack and effectively misled the High Court
Football, politics and charity join forces at Nottingham Forest in the Community launch.
Abortion is society’s understanding that pregnancy isn’t always like a Pampers advert.
Edward Platt returns to the north-east, where he lived as a boy. In Newcastle, he discovers brave ne
The government has changed its advice, but why did we panic in the first place? A psychologist expla
Who ever could have seen the "granny tax" revolt coming, eh? Well, everybody. Clobber pensioners and the retribution will be swift and universal, in the pages of the Mirror as much as the Mail.
Spend any time on the bottom half of the internet and the same criticism of journalists, politicians and power brokers pops up again and again in the comment sections.
In the poor outer suburbs of France's major cities, a generation's alienation has erupted into viole
Don't be fooled by claims that the number of betting shops is decreasing.
“Honour killing is murder in cold blood”
I consider chicken again - and gladly! At night, in sweat-basted sleep, I slip and slide over chicken-skin terrain, popping juice-engorged blisters with my toecaps.
Clear skies, honeyed light, lingering evenings: the spring equinox - when the sun moves across the celestial equator (an imaginary circle in the sky above the actual equator) - has announced itself with particular beauty this
The government needs to be much more rigorous about taxing wealth and static assets.
It's rather hard to attack people that are so obviously a part of your community.
The 2000 fuel protests turned a 15-point Labour lead into a four-point Tory lead.
Why Cameron's pet project has disappeared down the back of the political sofa.
Researchers at Western Illinois University recently published a study in the journal Personality and Individual Differences (my kind of journal) showing a correlation between the number of friends you have on Facebook
How to create a fairer society in an age of austerity.
A clip of two footballers kissing in front of a stadium full of fans raises questions about homophob
You might wonder what stops Razia Yilmaz getting a job.
Andrew Lansley is "shocked and appalled" at doctors pre-signing consent forms -- but the medical pro
Strumpet City is what Dublin was dubbed during British imperial rule because of the huge number of prostitutes who serviced British soldiers and others - notably the young James Joyce - in its dark lanes and alleyways.
The 1992 general election was the moment when a generation gave up on politics.
Mousey is back. Or should that be micey? One steps into the kitchen and sees a little grey flash scuttling guiltily away. Over the chopping board.
“Nasal congestion is an erection of the nose”.
Muslim men bring 12,000 brides to Britain each year. That leaves their female peers with a dilemma —
When faced with horrific abuse we Brits display an embarrassment of moderation in our protest.