With the Comic Strip's latest fantasy screening this month, its creators tell Gerard Gilbert about their phone-hacking parody and why they set it in the Seventies
Tony Blair is reported to have stayed twice at the UK ambassador's resdience in Washington DC, three years after standing down
As thoughts turn to what 2016 has in store for us, Sophie Morris talks to the people at the heart of the horoscope business
Mr Salmond says Tony Blair and Jack Straw should 'face up and tell us exactly what they knew and when they knew it'
Mr Blair's long-awaited appearance in front of MPs comes as Isis takes advantage of the chaos in the country
Former Prime Minister accuses Corbyn leadership of creating a 'fringe protest movement'
'This security threat is at our door,' former PM says
David Cameron called on all his command of history, Etonian diplomacy and wit to call his opponents “terrorist sympathisers”
A spokesperson for the former Prime Minister has dismissed the claims as 'nonsense'
The baritone explains how he chooses which public figures to excoriate on stage when he plays Ko-Ko in 'The Mikado'
Labour MPs who despair of Corbyn must think very carefully whether they have heard enough from the PM to justify air strikes
Exclusive: Former Prime Minister has agreed to appear before Parliament’s Foreign Affairs Committee early next month
The 1.6 billion word collection offers some unexpected insights into the way politicians use language
Plus Jewishness and the left; the smoking remains of Alan Bennett; and driverless trains
Europe's most influential leader finds herself facing a crisis that may spell the end of her Chancellorship
Mayor of London accuses Labour of 'tricking' public over three million influx of migrants during its 13 years in government