Jeremy Clarke goes on holiday to New Zealand where he watches soaps and dices with death
Melanie Phillips / June 20, 1996
Dear Polly, It feels most odd to be writing this letter to you across what appears to be a chasm of thinking that divides us. Odd because although we are both working mothers and for years were...
The raucous Europhobic Tory press and their pitch to mould the new conservatism
The defining moment of Boris Yeltsin's career was his humiliation by Mikhail Gorbachev in 1987. In pursuit of revenge, Yeltsin broke up the Soviet Union. But he has remained a loner, unwilling to...
The bombing of Lebanon is new proof of Israel's disregard for Arab life, says Palestinian peace negotiator Ahmad Khalidi. But peace is still necessary
I used not to care for football. About the game, I had no feelings; it was the fans I disliked. I objected to them in general-loutish yobbos with their football scarves and cans of Special Brew; I...
Much is at stake in the Dayton peace process for the Bosnians and the west. It must not fail
That in-cell television sets help to reduce violence-Michael Howard wants them banned