Your weekly dose of gossip from around Westminster.
The founder of Souvenir Press lived a varied, fulfilling and, in many ways, thrilling life.
For a minority of Labour MPs, Jeremy Corbyn’s growing hegemony and Tom Watson’s acquiescence are no laughing matter.
Could it be third time lucky for the campaigners battling government inertia on deadly air pollution?
It has always struck me as odd that one of the most fundamental of human needs is one of the most expensive.
Dollar-eyed businesses have sprung up to capitalise on the demand to give a child an original name.
The Blur guitarist talks Tony Benn, being trained to be scared, and the contents of John Lennon’s fridge.
If they thought voters would buy “Jeremy the spy”, they’d be less worried about whether voters were buying “Jeremy the Prime Minister”.
A Brexit ultra and profound reactionary, the eccentric MP is a strong contender to be the next prime minister. How dangerous is he?
The government is waking up to the fact that global criminals are fond of London.
“Lisa” had the ideal partner. Then it turned out he was an undercover cop.