Mirror columnist Paul Routledge says the only way to end constant Tory sniping about trade union domination is to abolish the current system
The Labour leader was left shocked and defeated just hours later as the Tories swept to power
Iain Duncan Smith and Michael Gove have already been given top jobs – and more hardliners are set to follow
Others are guzzling energy drinks and chocolate to help them get through their SATs – while some are too nervous to eat
It’s already a cliché, but Thursday’s election was a shock result. There was one thing we knew well before polling day, though – this would be an incredibly unfair election. And it was borne out by the numbers. The Greens and Ukip received five million votes, but won just two seats. In contrast, 1.3million votes […]
A lie told with conviction is more effective than a truth told with none; and we have just elected a Government on the back of three distinct lies: Lie 1 – Our economic crisis was caused by over-spending by the Labour government. In truth, it was caused by over-borrowing, fuelled in large part by financial […]
“If one had but a single glance to give the world, one should gaze on Istanbul.” Alphonse de Lamartine I arrived in the oldest part of Istanbul, Sultanahmet, at a cheap, run down, but friendly hotel. Istanbul is a new city for me, one on my long running adventure of shooting cities at dawn. I […]
BRITAIN is braced for the hottest day of the year this week as temperatures soar.
JK Rowling, who angered nationalists by donating £1million to the No campaign ahead of the Scottish referendum, was targeted online by SNP activists.
The Art of Doing More, a pop-up exhibition in London’s Finsbury Avenue Square, features colourful works created by eleven contemporary artists, made using a Microsoft Surface 3 tablet.