The Trouble Maker
A few thousand people took to London streets last weekend to support the right of British people to shoot Irish people in the back.
Declassified cables provide new details of the torture of Khalid Sheikh Mohammed and Abu Zubaydah were subjected to by the CIA.
The super-rich are inventing investments to avoid paying taxes.
A detective who stole £9,000 related to murder cases from a police safe has been jailed.
across the floor and restrained by prison guards are the final conscious moments of prisoner Allan Marshall.
The state pension age is set to rise to 75 over the next 16 years. That’s if Boris Johnson’s favourite think tank gets its way
Home Office mentors are gathering information on their clients in “confidential” deradicalisation meetings and sharing it with police to investigate the people they are counselling.
The younger royals like to foster an image of being progressive fighters for social justice. This was somewhat marred last week by a visit made by prince Harry to join a conference on saving the world.
The foreign secretary complained about “discrimination against men” and described feminists as “among the most obnoxious bigots”. Thinks workers in Britain are “the worst idlers in the world”.
The Home Office is bending over backwards to attract a different class of person—millionaires
The unite union has announced the launch of an investigation into possible collusion by union officers in blacklisting
Financier Jeffrey Epstein has been arrested for trafficking and sexually assaulting girls at his mansion in New York.
Children and workers in over 5,000 state-run primary schools across England are at risk from asbestos.
If you drove along the M4 motorway on one evening between 15 to 19 May you may have noticed large fleets of lorries.
Traders at the London Metal Exchange (LME) are fuming at a new rule that means they can’t get drunk at work.
Two police officers face disciplinary action after the collapse of a fraud trial amid claims that expert witnesses, one of whom was not of “suitable calibre”, were coached
The British Army “don’t do conspiracies” according to a man responsible for at least two cover-ups of massacres
There are a lot of them and there may be more. But we can guarantee that whichever one wins they won’t be very nice
Five fishing workers convicted of smuggling a record haul of cocaine claim that police failed to disclose vital radar evidence that proves their innocence.
The arrival of royal baby Sussex on Monday was met with polite indifference by most people who don’t work in newspaper offices.