Enoch Powell, the Conservative anti-immigrant firebrand, is being investigated as an alleged member of a claimed Westminster paedophile network after his name was supplied to police by a senior Anglican bishop.
Labour is consulting constitutional and legal experts about fears that David Cameron could try to stay on in Downing Street even if the Conservatives have fewer MPs than Ed Miliband’s party after 7 May.
A preliminary but historic deal to curtail Iran’s nuclear programme seemed tantalisingly close on Sunday night, as officials from Tehran and the leading world powers held virtually round the clock meetings to try to resolve their outstanding differences.
It will go down as one of, if not the greatest WrestleMania of all time. From NWO's reunion, to The Rock teaming up with Ronda Rousey and Randy Orton's incredible 'RKO outta nowhere', nearly every match delivered a spectacle fitting of the Grandest Stage of Them All. But Seth Rollins saved the best for last.
In Joe Penhall’s 2000 play Blue/Orange, which explored mental health treatment in the UK, one doctor explains to another (Billy Nighy to Andrew Lincoln, no less) that ‘hey, some people are just like that’.
You might know Cassetteboy as the duo whose “Cameron's Conference Rap” parody arguably outshone the Prime Minister’s own turn at the Tory party conference last October, and has been watched nearly 5 million times.
Last week on Poldark, Aidan Turner’s glistening pecs left us in no doubt about his credentials as television’s new romantic hero (Darcy’s wet shirt now looks so prudish by comparison), but what of his romantic heroine?
Perhaps it was because Russell Brand said I shouldn’t, perhaps it was the guilt-inducing spectre of Emily Pankhurst, or it could simply have been an instinctive reaction to David Cameron over-exposure, but this year, I told myself, I really must register to vote in the general election.