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Those who mock today are mocking victims of a viciously gendered society
New 'national economic strategy' could see institutions such as the British Museum and the Royal Opera House moved away from London and the South East
Lord Justice Leveson faces a battle to stay out of the heated political debate into press regulation after frustrating a House of Lords committee by refusing to reveal his thoughts on how his inquiry recommendations have been handled.
In recent years much of the Christian community in the West has become fixated with the idea of its own ill-treatment, fulminating over any piddling little incident
Up to £100,000 will be spent sprucing up two toilets in the House of Lords, it has been revealed.
Peers alleged to have boasted about influence with MoD officials to secure contracts for private firms
Peers vote convincingly FOR same-sex marriage
Some Lords have been receptive to Out4Marriage's email campaign
Gold medalist's welfare policy criticism blamed for delay in Sport England appointment
The image that the greatest number of people have of Margaret Thatcher’s declining years is that powerful screen portrayal by Meryl Streep in the 2011 film, The Iron Lady.
Conservative MP Mary Macleod is to launch a bid to end discrimination against women in the aristocracy.
A new venture?
Lord Prescott has accused the press of giving him a worse “kicking” than any other candidate in the police and crime commissioner elections.
A well-supported proposal that would have led to their expulsion was blocked - by Nick Clegg
Our diarist on the extravagant claims of a Labour MP, the Miliband's habits being repeated through the generations, and the ancestors of a likeable Lord
Our diarist notes the curious perspective of a senior Whitehall mandarin, has an update on the outspoken Nadine Dorries, and offers a reminder of Conrad Black's taste