The Mole

Iraq crisis: politicians, soldiers and now public back UK action

Wed 13 Aug, AT 14:50 The Mole

David Cameron is not keeping up with public opinion on need to help beleaguered Kurds and Yazidis

Mo Farah’s ‘terrifying collapse’: tell me about it

Wed 13 Aug, AT 08:51 Robert Chesshyre

Our columnist may not be as quick as Mo: but he can compete when it comes to midnight mysteries

Don Brind

Labour takes 7pc lead in poll as growth fails to impress voters

Tue 12 Aug, AT 12:09 Don Brind

If Miliband can hold on to this lead, it would give him an 86-seat majority in 2015 general election

The Mole

Tories becalmed: PM still on hols as second minister quits

Tue 12 Aug, AT 10:20 The Mole

Get a grip, Dave - this is not what Churchill meant when he said 'We shall fight them on the beaches'

David Cameron

Mount Sinjar crisis: pressure on Cameron to recall parliament

Mon 11 Aug, AT 09:34 The Mole

Many MPs who voted against military action in Syria now want Britain to join America in tackling IS

Crispin Black

UK should rescue Christian victims of Islamist savagery

Mon 11 Aug, AT 08:58 Crispin Black

We took in the Ugandan Asians in 1972 – today we must offer safety to Christians and Yazidis

Robert Fox

Iraq, Gaza, Ebola: perfect storm tests Obama and Cameron

Fri 8 Aug, AT 15:20 Robert Fox

As US bombers attack Islamic State fighters, the world looks as flammable today as it did in 1914

A convenience store shooting in the Bronx

Callous Bronx gunman turns up the heat on Mayor de Blasio

Fri 8 Aug, AT 12:52 Charles Laurence

Gunman who didn't even spill his drink while shooting his victim raises questions about more relaxed policing

London Mayor Boris Johnson addresses supporters at a Conservative Association in Ealing

Boris: readiness to quit EU could bring more Tories onside

Thu 7 Aug, AT 10:12 The Mole

Johnson is after PM's job, with a kitchen cabinet and war chest in place, according to Mail commentator

Great British Bake Off presenters Mel and Sue

Great British Bake Off: same recipe, same taste, same jokes

Thu 7 Aug, AT 09:18 Holden Frith

Move from BBC1 to BBC2 need not have scared fans: it remains as light and playful as spun sugar