The MP for Tottenham spoke to The Independent about a short film project on social housing in the capital
Politics seems abstract, completely removed from everyday life
The musician echoed the comedian’s sentiments, warning that the current democratic system “may not be viable for much longer”
The Give it Up Fund, which will be managed by Comic Relief, aims to provide financial aid to help people remain free of substance misuse
'Booky Wook 2' was among literature deemed inappropriate for inmates
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Russell Brand has elbowed his way back into the headlines with a controversial appearance on Alan Carr's Chatty Man show, to be broadcast on Friday.
There’s been a lot of talk about revolution recently.
Putting to one side for a second that Brand is extremely clever and funny, why do women find this scruffy, skinny, messy-haired effeminate so irresistible?
As an adult you can obviously buy candles whenever you want. I started doing that three or four times a week once I was earning a decent wage and it’s killed the magic
Given that David Baddiel's first stand up show for 16 years apparently arose out of an educational talk, the George Square Theatre (a lecture hall for the rest of the year), is a venue match made in heaven. It's also a far cry from the comedian's Wembley Arena days of rock n' roll comedy.
After her controversial comments made on This Morning last week, the former Apprentice contestant said she disagreed with treating addiction
His cycling career has already gone up in smoke and on Bonfire Night an effigy of Lance Armstrong will do just the same.
After the Olympic opening ceremony superbly managed to showcase the wide and eclectic history of British music, featuring everything from "Chariots of Fire" to Dizzee Rascal, the standard for any future music-related goings on during London 2012 was set very high.
Jonathan Ross is to become a cartoon character in TV hit Phineas And Ferb.
D-I-V-O-R-C-E, spells out Tammy Wynette, in what is arguably the most famous song about the end of a marriage ever recorded. Wynette may not have actually written the 1968 hit, but anyone familiar with the pained vocal would not be surprised to learn that she had already been divorced twice.