Last week a US magazine outed a number of well known people including an anchorman and an actress. H
Conservative London Assembly member Brian Coleman gives us his take on the controversial issue of naming people as gay in the process outing Ted Heath as a 'cottager'.
A L Kennedy <em>Jonathan Cape, 280pp, £16.99</em>
Talk of a last-ditch attempt by fanatics to sink the Dreadnought that is Big Gordie amid plotting on HMS Belfast, a battlecruiser moored up the Thames from Downing Street.
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Observations on freedom of information
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From being in a band, I've learned the trick of doing a good interview. Making a successful "impromp
Sian gets out and about as the Greens fight for more seats in 3 May elections
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Reading some parts of the media it would be easy to forget crucial votes across Wales, Scotland and
The British ideas of left and right just don't seem to apply in France writes politics student Chris
The Tory who lent David Cameron's party millions but pays no tax and retains his peerage
Hang Bitch returns with a worrying report of life is really like under Cameron's Tories
Barnardo's chief executive Martin Narey attacks the way we portray children saying we risk demonisin
A minister's comments on immigration are nothing but a blatant attempt by Labour to shore-up its whi
Tony Blair wanted to ban the British branch of the Islamic political party Hizb-ut Tahrir after the
As voters go to the polls in Scotland and Wales and for local elections in much of England, the NS will bring you the best in political coverage. Can Labour revive its fortunes or is Britain heading for a new era of party-political turbulence?
Why, ask ministers, when patients everywhere say the NHS is wonderful on the important things, does
A sideways look at the Westminster Village
An article by Marxist historian Eric Hobsbawm provides valuable insight into how he saw society in t
The Prime Minister thinks a poll on Scots independence will derail Gordon's ambitions. But the Chanc
<strong>Over to You, Mr Brown: how Labour can win again</strong>
Anthony Giddens <em>Polity Press,
Gordon Brown's definition of Britishness is at times as nostalgic as John Major's England. It is alm