Sami al-Saadi

MI6 and CIA under scrutiny after 'rendition' court cases

First Reaction Fri 14 Dec, AT 10:02

British government pays £2m to Libyan dissident as CIA is found guilty of 'torture'

Alastair Campbell says Leveson clever and thought-through

First Reaction Thu 29 Nov, AT 15:20

Tony Blair's former spin doctor praises Leveson's report, but others demur

Sunday papers

Anti-badger cull campaigner Brian May had his deer shot

Sunday Papers Sun 25 Nov, AT 13:29

From the Sunday papers: from the Queen guitarist's country estate cull to the new Archbishop's alcohol-dependent father...

Mole

Aaaargh! Angela Knight is back, still defending the indefensible

Tue 20 Nov, AT 11:02 The Mole

The woman who stood up for bankers' bonuses is now arguing the case for the energy companies

Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart romance is 'fake'

The Tabloids Thu 1 Nov, AT 12:22

Tabloid tales: 'Robsten' reunion is a 'showmance' for fans; Nicole Scherzinger doesn't know who the PM is

Why Tucker, not Adair Turner, is Bank of England favourite

Thu 1 Nov, AT 10:04 Richard Ehrman

Lord Turner has the talent and the brainpower. The worry is he might make the job too political

Comment

Boris as Tory leader is a joke: Gove has serious advantages

Opinion digest Thu 18 Oct, AT 12:16

Opinion digest: Cameron's eventual replacement, the petty Today programme, Prince Charles's letters

Mole

Has Cameron done a 'Granita deal' with Boris Johnson?

Tue 9 Oct, AT 10:16 The Mole

PM laughs at Naughtie's suggestion that he should post Johnson abroad – but refuses to stamp Boris out

Crispin Black

‘Dodgy dossier’ to BAE merger: the return of Blair’s henchmen

Thu 4 Oct, AT 07:33 Crispin Black

British public life resembles 1950s horror film The Undead: people we hoped we’d seen the last of keep coming back

Eric Hobsbawm dies: six things about the famous historian

Summary Mon 1 Oct, AT 16:36

Famous Marxist historian and one of the 20th century's greatest thinkers has died at 95

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