Don Brind

Polls apart: Clacton landslide and a Scottish cliffhanger

Tue 2 Sep, AT 20:07 Don Brind

Scotland vote heads for gripping finale, says our poll-watcher, while Ukip lead is a horror for PM

The Mole

A Guantanamo Bay for Britain? How far will Cameron go?

Tue 2 Sep, AT 11:52 The Mole

The PM says he will look at the idea of internment – but any camp would have to be offshore

Jamie Oliver's Comfort Food

Jamie's Comfort Food: a recipe for world domination

Tue 2 Sep, AT 10:04 Holden Frith

Forget 15-minute meals and school health drives. Jamie's Comfort Food is all about guilty pleasures

Why Amazon and Google are looking more like each other

Tue 2 Sep, AT 09:06 Edie Lush

Google is making drone deliveries, while Amazon is moving into advertising. What's going on?

The Mole

Tory MPs defy Cameron and pledge to vote for EU exit

Mon 1 Sep, AT 11:06 The Mole

Up to 100 Tory backbenchers ready to promise Brexit vote in order to stop Ukip taking their seats

Will Self

Shark attack: Will Self goes for 'mediocre' George Orwell

Mon 1 Sep, AT 09:30 Robert Chesshyre

Self, a notorious purveyor of obtuse English, attacks the master of clarity for – yes – his clarity

Don Brind

Ukip's Clacton coup could open TV debate door for Farage

Mon 1 Sep, AT 08:45 Don Brind

With Boris Johnson refusing to stand against defector Carswell, victory could be very sweet for Ukip leader

The Mole

Carswell defection brings Tory pact with Ukip a step closer

Fri 29 Aug, AT 12:24 The Mole

David Cameron is determined not to have a pact – but will it prove the only way to stop Labour?

From Rotherham to Eton: democracy lets us all down

Fri 29 Aug, AT 10:09 Robert Chesshyre

The lack of social mobility in Britain and the shock findings in Rotherham have something in common

Robert Fox

IS threat grows as Obama and Cameron prevaricate

Thu 28 Aug, AT 13:39 Robert Fox

Can 'coalition of the willing' come together to deal with Islamic State? Not if Cameron can help it

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