Wiggins and outspoken British cyclists are a breath of fresh air

Point of View Wed 18 Jul, AT 12:34

Bored with listening to the platitudes of footballers? Why not follow cycling instead?

Fifty Shades of Grey by E L James

Mouthfuls of American goo: the brutal truth about Fifty Shades

Point of View Fri 6 Jul, AT 08:48

We gave Fifty Shades to a writer working on a PhD about sadomasochism and romantic love. The result? Ouch

Boris Johnson

End of the road for the Boris and Bob Diamond show

Point of View Thu 28 Jun, AT 14:54

The London mayor says the behaviour of 'dodgy' Barclays traders was 'almost certainly criminal'

GP carrying out NHS check up in 1948

This isn't the first time GPs have been the bad guys of the NHS

Point of View Thu 21 Jun, AT 11:09

GPs' strike draws attention to a weird anomaly: they are private business owners who have public sector pension privileges

Euro 2012

Memo to Platini: don't change Euro 2012's winning format

Point of View Tue 19 Jun, AT 09:46

The next European Championships will expand from 16 to 24 teams. It will make for a more boring tournament

Miners strike in Asturias

Spain bailout: miners of Asturias rise up against austerity

Point of View Tue 12 Jun, AT 12:18

The miners of Asturias began the struggle against Franco. Now they are leading a militant protest against Spanish austerity

England squad - Euro 2012

How England can win Euro 2012: play like Chelsea

Point of View Fri 8 Jun, AT 07:37

Roy Hodgson is a master of getting the most out of ordinary players - and the championship favourites look weak

Roy Hodgson England manager

England Euro 2012 squad: does anybody really care?

Point of View Wed 16 May, AT 11:00

Roy Hodgson's announcement is likely to be greeted with a shrug as fans go cold on England

Rebekah Brooks

Can Leveson tackle the power of Brooks and the harlot of Fleet St?

Point of View Mon 14 May, AT 07:29

Rebekah Brooks's bravura performance must leave Leveson in little doubt of the media's 'power without responsibility'

If we must reform House of Lords, ban the main parties from it

Point of View Wed 9 May, AT 12:02

The upper house is far more cosmopolitan than the House of Commons. Here's how we could keep it that way

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