Thursday 3rd July 2014 | 18:38
Ever since he helped draft Gordon Brown's five (unpassable) tests for
UK membership of the euro, Ed Balls has long been a Brussels sceptic.
And it was no surprise when he last year said it would be 'stupid'
Wednesday 11th June 2014 | 09:25
The phrase 'Trojan horse' has dogged the Birmingham schools row ever
since an alleged 'hoax' letter included the dreaded words.
But it seems that a member of the Cabinet actually first used the
phrase in connecti...
Tuesday 3rd June 2014 | 10:21
When I interviewed him earlier this year, Iain Duncan Smith was
clearly proud of one of his ancestors who had triumphed over European
Admiral Adam Duncan, who defeated the Dutch in the Battle of
Camperdown in th...
Friday 16th May 2014 | 14:47
As Lloyd Grossman used to say, 'Who lives in a house like this....?'
This attractive six bedroom home in one of the nicest spots in Putney
has just been put on the market by Winkworth's for a cool £4.3
Wednesday 14th May 2014 | 11:59
The infamous Home Office impact assessment on England's World Cup
chances attracted lots of attention yesterday and in today's papers.
Sources close to Theresa May insisted that this was all the work of a