The idea that the rally can be thought of as being on a par with ‘recent protests in the Middle East’ is hilariously self-important, not to say insulting
Can online petitions ever pack as much of a punch as pen and ink? Alice-Azania Jarvis investigates
Unlike those broads who live on that bit of the Venn diagram where smug socialites overlap with weirdos who campaign for murderers on Death Row, I don't know if Julian Assange is innocent or guilty of being a sex-pest. But I DO know that he is a wonderful thing in that he has given us an up-close-and-personal viewing of that rare bird, the Lefty Lothario, in all his tawdry glory.
The Government will publish plans to close Corporation Tax loopholes today, which could help raise an extra £2bn for the exchequer over the next five years.
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The retailer says he knows how to slash Government waste. But why stop there? Andy McSmith imagines a state run on his ideas
Yet many big departments are still in talks over scale of cuts
Britain's sixth richest man is a ruthless deal-maker. But as he enters politics, will his lifestyle and financial affairs survive scrutiny?
Tortuous battle to agree design for visitor centre is finally resolved
Opportunistic city lawyers who over-charge their clients face tough new rules aimed at tackling the excesses and mismanagement of corporate law firms, under proposals to be published this week. The crackdown on the City's legal profession comes after growing concerns that regulators have failed to deal with abuses at multi-million pound law firms.
Got more money than creativity? Annie Deakin discovers the latest estate agent ploy - designer property
It's good to know that even Kate Moss is not immune to the (some might say irrational) fear of turning up at a high-profile event wearing the same dress as another woman.
Spurs manager may have to sell players before he can bolster squad in window
Fashionable London descended upon Downing Street last night for a reception hosted by Sarah Brown to celebrate 25 years of British fashion – or, more specifically, the British Fashion Council, the organisation that oversees London Fashion Week.
Jane Shepherdson made Topshop hot - can she do the same for Whistles?
Mary Portas knows rather a lot about shops: after all, she’s turned around the fortunes of many of the best-known brands in fashion. Now the retail guru’s no-nonsense approach has made her the nation’s latest reality TV star. Esther Walker met her