Indra is the New Statesman’s digital sub-editor.
In November 2009, Now’s front page screamed “CLAIRE’S DIET DESPAIR”, “Steps Star Gains 3st in 5 months”. Claire was eight months pregnant.
Today, in 1,659 towns and cities across more than 100 countries on every continent except Antarctica, children are protesting.
At Harvester, I saw the light, and it was reflecting off the top of a “The Purist” burger bun all along.
By defunding the TV licence for over-75s, the government is putting the BBC between a rock and a hard place.
Given the chance to play god, why did we all torture and kill our subjects?
For Britain, Brexit is lose-lose. For its former Brexit secretaries, it’s the opposite.
It wasn’t beauty, wealth or sex that enticed audiences – simply a bizarre fascination with other people’s filth.
I thought a meat-free burger with a distinct “meatiness” sounded gross – but this is for fence-sitters not converts.
Two weeks in total isolation, and the potential for long term side effects – would you do it?
The Swiss vote in more referendums than anywhere else. But in doing so, they reveal when direct democracy turns ugly.