Never mistake Boris for Falstaff. He is Prince Hal.
Beggars have mothers too. And what did it matter if he didn’t. I had wronged him
But would you be willing to wag your finger at an obese friend?
If some Tory MPs got their way then foxes being ripped apart for fun could soon become legal once again
Christmas is done. The presents have been wrapped and opened, then treasured or discarded. The tu.....
Why do young people have so much antipathy towards leaving a message?
Whether it's a simple kickabout or a high-stakes match watched around the world, football's ability to bring people together is inspiring
Magna Carta will be 800 years old next year – the perfect reminder of the rights and freedoms we must hold dear
Accountability was a central theme of the great tract of 1215 – and it still is today
This is as much about the region resourcing itself than about enjoying central government largesse
A new generation is shaking up the way politics is conducted
What is it with politicians and sexist 'jokes'?
Lyrics about cultural appropriation aren’t as fun to dance to as ones about ass-clapping
Call me mad, but it's worth asking: could this be a brilliantly orchestrated publicity campaign?
It’s only natural to love a bit of chaos
As someone who's also autistic, the response to Tara Palmer-Tomkinson's panic attack has horrified me
It's easy for the media to jump to conclusions rather than looking into the terrifying world of mental health problems
Iran's religious fundamentalism is just as destructive as Isis's, yet the US has let it quickly take hold of the country
From the games we play to the food we eat, we all have our festive idiosyncrasies. And they’re what make us who we are
Benefit cuts are already being blamed for the deaths of many vulnerable people, but there could be 60 more that we never hear about
The Government are still weighing up whether their reviews into benefits-related deaths are in the "public interest"
Delusions, hallucinations and suicidal thoughts — this is the reality of pregnancy for many women, but it doesn't have to be
Almost half of all cases of mental illness among pregnant women are going undetected, in a crisis that’s costing the UK £8.1bn every year
Anti-hunt Tories fear David Cameron will make manifesto pledge to weaken hunting act
Prostitution and illegal drugs help UK overtake France in global wealth league
For foxes' sake: Don't let the bloody tradition of the Boxing Day hunt return
Ukip Thanet South chairman Martyn Heale says he ‘obviously regrets’ time as far-right National Front party member
Mrs Brown's Boys wins Christmas Day TV ratings war for second year running
Rouble trouble: Russia forecasts economic slump as bailed-out bank gets more funds
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