53 min ago | The Guardian
The antis in this week's vote think our sex lives are their business - yet Boris Johnson seems to escape without censure I am of the view that nobody's sex life is of concern to anybody else.
2 hrs ago | Christian Science Monitor
They're an upstart political movement intent on "taking back" the country from an out-of-touch political elite accused of ignoring opposition to immigration and threats to what they consider the nation's Christian heritage.
2 hrs ago | World Magazine
Lawmakers in the United Kingdom's House of Commons approved a bill Tuesday that would allow same-sex couples in England and Wales to marry for the first time.
5 hrs ago | Pridesource.com
The vote was 366 for, 161 against. The bill now goes to the House of Lords, where it will face further opposition.
8 hrs ago | This is Hampshire
The main opposition party want the ruling Tories to forbid fracking on council land and oppose it in all parts of the county.
11 hrs ago | The Guardian
The IMF may have delivered good news on the economy. Even a fake recovery would be bad news for the two Eds Better-off swing voters will take some convincing that it's a bad thing for their houses to be worth stupid amounts.
11 hrs ago | The Guardian
Proving yet again that people's prejudices invariably reveal far more about their own dark imagination than anything about the object they purport to fear, Norman Tebbit has raised the spectre of Britain being ruled by a lesbian queen should gay marriage be legalised.
14 hrs ago | Reuters
Google Inc's tax affairs will come under renewed scrutiny in Britain on Wednesday when the leader of the opposition Labor party accuses the Internet company of wrongly going to "extraordinary lengths" to avoid paying tax.
Former minister Gary Streeter said he recognised the glint in the 'swivel-eyes' of fellow Tories demanding Britain leave Europe A Tory MP has branded members of his own party 'swivel-eyed' in a fresh escalation of the row over David Cameron's leadership.
Nick Clegg and David Cameron are both absolutely committed to governing in coalition through to 2015, says the Lib Dem leader Nick Clegg will insist that he and David Cameron are both "absolutely committed" to governing in coalition through to 2015 as he attempts to calm speculation over the future of the power-sharing deal.
Britain's cities, says Jeremy Clarkson in The Sun, are in a state of civil war. On one side are cyclists, who think that "thanks to the environment and the polar bear", the roads are theirs.
WRINKLY rocker Rod Stewart has hit the top of the UK album charts for the first time in over 30 years.
Tory turmoil over Europe deepened as embarrassing row between two of its most senior members erupted as the party began haemorrhaging support to Ukip.
Outspoken former Conservative chairman Lord Tebbit has warned that gay marriage would lead the way for a lesbian queen giving birth to a future monarch by artificial insemination.
The move to extend civil partnerships to heterosexual couples was easily defeated in a free vote by a large majority of 370 The legalisation of gay marriage is poised to be approved by MPs after surviving a Tory backbench bid to derail it.
In 2007, James Mann published a book called The China Fantasy , about American leaders downplaying Chinese human rights violations in the interest of integrating China into the global economy.
Suddenly there are new faces on our television screens, and new, agitated, indignant voices on the airwaves.