Traditionally, animals have not been thought of in terms of emotion or morals, more in terms of instinctive self preservation and gratification. However, a review of Wild Justice by Marc Bekoff and Jessica Pierce explores the complexContinue reading →
The money returned isContinue reading →
Throw money at the problem, it’s Labour’s answer to everything.
This morning Sir Stuart Bell has come up with a spiffing wheeze to control the profligate spending of MPs. He’s going to set upContinue reading →
Phil Woolas, the Immigration Minister, has denied a report in yesterday’s Daily Telegraph that he had claimed for the cost of women’s clothing
He called the allegation “disgusting”, however the Telegraph areContinue reading →
A provocative farce of unremitting horror, the finale can not come soon enough.
The script is packed with devious manoeuvres and well-honed fiddles. 646 fine actors, under the parliamentary fees office inventiveContinue reading →
I am trying to fathom the moral compass of the Daily Telegraph. The needle swings too fast for me to read it correctly. Last month they were coming over allContinue reading →
More from the McCann’s – the family that craves privacy from the media, and finds themselves unable to return to Portugal for the Police reconstruction – this is the reconstruction thatContinue reading →