Sarah Vine has been labelled ‘Lady Macbeth’ and Theresa May has been attacked for her sense of style – and all in the last week
Cameron, like Blair and Thatcher before him, could ‘wipe the floor with these people’ – and yet his services have already been dispensed with
John Major tried to put Britain ‘at the heart of Europe’ but ended up declaring ‘game, set and match’
'They launched very early into this attack, this description of all the horrors that would happen if we exit. I just listened to this and thought, ‘this is complete nonsense’
Our gallery showcases a way of looking at the world that is distinctly 'Independent'
In this observant and wry account of Sayle's young adulthood, the jokes creep up on the reader as unexpectedly as the philosophical insights
Changes will cut tax bill for someone on a salary of £55,000 by more than £500 a year from 2017
From Benjamin Disraeli's first speech in the Commons to Ed Miliband's Labour conference speech...
Football hooliganism in the 1980s was such a concern that Margaret Thatcher's government set up a "war cabinet" to tackle it.
National Archives documents reveal Welsh Secretary told PM exempting the homeless would create 'enormous loophole'
National Archives documents seemingly reveal how plan to defuse boycott of 1986 Commonwealth Games was thwarted
The late Baroness was chosen because the scientist initially thought the illusion only worked with her face, according to an urban legend
The Georgian six-bedroom townhouse still has the inlaid ‘73’ plaque in the doorstep, which was installed Thatcher in 1991
For a century, Britain's relationship with nature has been a complex one – but with the advent of regular extreme-weather events, it has become utterly muddied. Now we don't know where we stand, says the author and farmer Brian Morton
'She was surrounded by gay people amongst her advisors'
For a man with a laminated manner and reasonably secure posh accent, Parkinson came from the plainest of northern working class backgrounds