Lord Neuberger slams 'slanted' portrayal of human rights

First Post Tue 5 Mar, AT 09:51

Britain's top judge warns UK will have to quit UN if it wants to send terrorism suspects to face torture

Columnist

What will convince a newspaper to give Farage their backing?

Mon 4 Mar, AT 13:10 Nigel Horne

Will a mooted by-election in Sutton Coldfield give Farage his media breakthrough, asks Nigel Horne

Mole

David Cameron's pledge not to 'lurch right' lasts barely a day

Mon 4 Mar, AT 12:14 The Mole

Tax cuts and health care limits for Bulgarians mooted within 24 hours of PM's vow to keep to centre path

After Eastleigh, Cameron's innate optimism is no longer enough

Mon 4 Mar, AT 09:57 Richard Ehrman

Number Ten still believes Miliband and Balls are eminently beatable in 2015. Yes, but...

2015 starts now: Tories get tough on scroungers and immigrants

Mon 18 Feb, AT 11:48 The Mole

Theresa May has infuriated the judges – but it's music to the ears of Tory election guru Lynton Crosby

Gaunt Theresa May: is it her diet or pressure of work, asks Vaz

Wed 13 Feb, AT 09:56 The Mole

As Home Secretary takes on police reform again, senior Labour MP raises concerns about her looking 'a bit thin'

Queen Elizabeth in Northern Ireland

Should the Queen have topped Woman's Hour power list?

Talking Point Tue 12 Feb, AT 16:09

List of 100 politicians, entertainers and business leaders too 'white, middle-aged and middle-class'

Gay marriage

Tory big guns in last-ditch plea to stop gay marriage revolt

One-Minute Read Tue 5 Feb, AT 09:53

Osborne, May and Hague send letter in favour of same sex unions as MPs prepare to vote

Thom Yorke says he'll sue PM if he uses Radiohead's music

Summary Thu 17 Jan, AT 15:09

Yorke isn't the first musician to square up to a politician over a tune - here's five more spats

Free to call a police horse gay: Section 5 reformed at last

First Reaction Tue 15 Jan, AT 12:42

Removal of controversial 'insult' clause from Public Order Act is a victory for campaigners

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