Our chief correspondent roams across the news agenda bringing both light and shade to his topical reports.
So is he the Messiah? God alone knows. But he most definitely has been a very naughty boy – and when it comes to Rangers FC then Monty Python is as good a frame of reference as anything else these days.
First off let me preface this by declaring an interest – I am the father of an autistic boy. Last night I was ringside for a performance of “Bull” at London’s Young Vic
A human disaster must not become an environmental one, as recovery teams ponder the delicate removal of a giant cargo ship stranded on a sandbank near the Isle of Wight.
In losing his rag in a text-row with a fan, Karl Oyston has inadvertently done us all a favour in highlighting a form of prejudice which is abhorrent – but really rather common tolerated.
Egypt’s court system finally recognises that the trial of three Al Jazeera journalists was flawed. The men are in a better place than they were yesterday.
Three Al Jazeera journalists including one Briton have been in prison for a year today. As the world seems to get ever more dangerous for journalists, there are hopes of an appeal in the
Expect Gen Dempsey and many other voices to grow louder in the coming weeks that more must be done with ground forces if IS is to be dislodged.
Most people don’t know what “rendition” means – but they do understand the word kidnapping. The same applies for “enhanced interrogation”. Such words convey a
On the point just outside Oban a freelance cameraman joins us as we watch the bright red, Norwegian-flagged fishing vessel nose out gently from Oban harbour.
Across swathes of Afghanistan, many Afghans already know the game is over – and what law and order they may enjoy is at the dispensation of the armed insurgent warlords.