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By the time I was 25, I had a mortgage, a car, a job and my own flat-pack furniture. The youngsters in my office still have their meals cooked by mum
Not only are they good with words, but they're also experts in disloyalty
The billionaire inventor of computer game 'Minecraft' says he is bored, lonely and isolated by his vast wealth.
Saving a few quid on the forecast is neither here nor there
We're supposed to believe that hunting is a private matter, but taking coke with prostitutes a matter of public interest. We've got it the wrong way round
The Labour leftist is another ‘Special One’, with deep-set eyes and tousled hair, revelling in his role as a provocateur
According to new research I'm doing well, but I also drink too much
There is no other sport which tests mental strength and physical ability to the same extent
Ostentatious partying and foreign bidders sit badly with Tory cuts
The narcotic appeal of Twitter and Facebook now overrides propriety, and titillation beats discretion any day of the week
No amount of strike action can reverse Uber's upper hand
I fail to see the problem of excising racist views from a news report
It’s a funny old world when a second-hand car can change hands for a sum that hardly anyone in Britain would earn in a lifetime
It is an exhilarating place to live and work, but how long can the boom last?
There is a case for closing down the bars at Westminster
He liked being the underdog, because it gave him the freedom to follow his firmly held beliefs