Our chief correspondent roams across the news agenda bringing both light and shade to his topical reports.
It is approaching the hour, the minute – 08.50. Aldgate tube station in east London has been quietly shut, the grilled metal fence pulled across the entrance, several police officers adopting that legs apart, arms folded, not-expecting-anything-untoward stance of theirs.
Nedzad Avdic survived the Srebrenica massacre that took the lives of 8,000 men and boys. In Serbia, denying his experience is the official policy in and out of schools.
The tabs rave about hot air coming maliciously in ‘from the continent’ where ‘continental air pollution’ will be dragged here resulting in the current mass death threat.
It appears that the already severely degraded medical services available to civilians in Syria are diminishing fast under assault from barrel bombs.
A bunch of noblemen fed up with tax hikes under King John was the motive for the Magna Carter, not some overarching need to make the law work for all.
It is fundamental. It is the bedrock of any society claiming to be democratic. And in the Republic of Ireland it has been wiped away at a stroke.
“You’d have vans coming and going at all hours,” says one elderly neighbour, looking out at the manor of Brians Reader – Senior and Junior – now cordoned by blue and
Below the Forth railway bridge, in front of her 56 Westminster MPs, Nicola Queen of Scots pledges to fight austerity – and fails to mention “independence” or
How much longer does the English political establishment go on not only not getting it – but demonstrating with toe-curling embarrassment that they simply don’t get it.
More insults raining down on the SNP tonight with the Labour hopeful in Glasgow South calling the party a “cult”. Curious for any person defending a 10,000+ “safe seat” to