Off-screen, the BBC’s most deadly political interviewer pushes his pro-Brexit line unchallenged. He has had a remarkable media career, yet around him there lingers an air of disappointed expectation. What does he really want?
The committee notes “a pattern of behaviour” in Johnson that shows “an over-casual attitude” towards obeying the rules.
I wasn’t wholly surprised by Katharine Viner’s letter of reply detailing her paper’s recent triumphs.
The level of invective at Northcliffe House, the Mail papers’ Kensington headquarters, has never been higher.
I detest getting up in the dark. At last, I understand what Brexiteers mean by “take back control”.
Police officers are calling for the return of stop-and-search after knife crime reaches an all-time high.
Throughout Margaret Thatcher’s 15-year leadership, the Conservatives lost only one MP, to the SDP.
In the 17th century, eggs were commonly roasted on spits, but they were apt to explode, creating the most fearful mess – as Grayling always does.
Two things are guaranteed to raise a laugh with TV audiences: one is Boris Johnson, the other is Labour’s position on Brexit.
America is undeniably becoming weaker under Trump’s presidency – isn’t that what we’ve always wanted?
Smoking was cut dramatically through taxation, prohibition and propaganda – something similar could be done for over-consumption of bad food.