The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are certainly not the first royals to suffer from a PR crisis
Now all brands spend their lives trying to sound zany, matey and nice
The sharp decline in the number of Brits learning a language suggests that remainers’ love of Europe is only skin deep
The dispute between Coleen Rooney and Rebekah Vardy shows us how today’s WAGs operate more like CEOs
Can anyone remember life before Brexit? In the years immediately BBB (Back Before Brexit), it seemed we were suffering from…
Visionaries who foresee the coming apocalypse are taking action. Will you join them?
The trick to mastering London is to avoid the hassle of living there and yet pop in for the perks
From stockpiling to learning to reconcile with the enemy, these films will prepare you for every eventuality
Children are an ongoing irritation for those of us who have chosen not to have them
Last month, I wrote a piece for this auspicious publication on the Wittiest Conservatives. And now: Labour conference is here…
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Whether it’s Monday mornings or old age, we could all do with a bit of proroguing
The Brexit coup is real. We live in fear over what Boris Johnson will do next.
It gives you the perfect way out of a dull conversation and, besides, who doesn’t look good in teal?
Shorn of their overloads in number 10, the sky’s the limit for a sacked MP
Greta’s voyage of sacrifice will teach us the error of our ways
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Whether it’s KFC running out of chicken or a shortage of premier league footballers, no deal hysteria has reached new heights
From Wordsworth to Coleridge, the Lake District comes alive through the lens of its poets
As Boris Johnson is proving, wit and politics are a winning combination.
Rest assured that your hard-earned taxes are being used ethically at Frogmore Cottage
From emojis to ‘like’, It’s high time we all took a leaf out of Rees-Mogg’s expansive style book and brushed up on our own use of language
The TVs shows of yesteryear would never pass the modern PC test
Partying like its 1999 is all the rage but is 90s nostalgia stopping us from forming trends of our own?
In 1961, Wally Funk passed all the physical tests required to become an astronaut, even beating John Glenn of the Mercury 7. But her journey into space wasn’t to be.