‘Bookworm Britain’? Give me a break! - I’ve fallen out of love with reading and I can’t be alone

‘Bookworm Britain’? Give me a break! - I’ve fallen out of love with reading and I can’t be alone

George Galloway

George Galloway probably has only a few months to make a mark - but is likely to cause a headache for Keir Starmer

George Galloway's Rochdale victory might be a minor historical detail, yet the Israel/Gaza conflict could continue to impact Labour's electoral performance.

George Galloway's Rochdale victory might be a minor historical detail, but the Israel/Gaza conflict could still hurt Labour

Ben Wallace admitted politics is an addiction but it’s also toxic that destroys marriages, lives, families, writes Andy Coulson

Ben Wallace admitted politics is an addiction but it’s also toxic and destroys marriages, lives, families

We should be asking why Gen Z are struggling not reprimanding them for it, Natasha Devon argues.

Generation Sicknote: If Gen Z are struggling to work then that’s a reflection of the lack of support available to them

Sunak called for an end to the descent into 'mob rule'.

Sunak is blaming the fallout of his political losses on protests - and cutting off the lifeblood of our democracy

After backlash caused the MoD to retract new housing plan it shows urgent reform is needed in defence accommodation

After backlash caused the MoD to retract new housing plan it shows urgent reform is needed in defence accommodation

I was a school truant but finding more parents won't help solve the problem

I was a school truant but fining more parents won't help solve the problem

The current discussions on MP safety need to be expanded to candidates too

'We must take action now': The current discussions on MP safety need to be expanded to candidates too

Are there really no-go areas of London?

No-go areas of London? There aren’t any - except maybe packed Oxford Circus on a Saturday

New figures confirm 1 in 4 children are not toilet trained by the time they start school - why are we so surprised?

New figures confirm 1 in 4 children are not toilet trained by the time they start school - why are we so surprised?

British politics has turned nasty - we need to dial down the temperature on public debate, writes Johnny Jenkins

British politics has turned nasty - we need to dial down the temperature on public debate

Rather than protecting  the public, the Prevent duty embeds Islamophobia in our public services

Rather than protecting the public, the Prevent duty embeds Islamophobia in our public services

Brits breathe easier as energy price cap drops: a call to smart heating solutions amid lingering uncertainty

Brits breathe easier as energy price cap drops: a call to smart heating solutions amid lingering uncertainty

Martha's rule: a beacon of hope in healthcare - a reflection on advocacy and change, writes Andy Coulson

Martha's rule: a beacon of hope in healthcare - a reflection on advocacy and change, writes Andy Coulson

Embracing geopolitical uncertainty: Why discord presents lucrative opportunities for investors

Embracing geopolitical uncertainty: Why discord presents lucrative opportunities for investors