Politics

Why would you think pension strikes are about pensions? asks TUC

TRADE Unions are to press ahead with pension strikes because the strikes are not about pensions and never have been, it was confirmed last night.

Tax scandal would have destroyed Cable's credibility

VINCE Cable's failure to pay income tax on time would have destroyed any credibility he still had, it has been confirmed.

God we bloody hate the Lib Dems, say Tory backbenchers

A RECORD number of Tory MPs last night said the Lib Dems are a bunch of homos.

Liam Fox bars Werrity from his Nando's birthday party

DEFENCE secretary Liam Fox has distanced himself from controversial associate Adam Werrity by dis-inviting him to his upcoming birthday party at Nando's in Chiswick, it has emerged.

Sun demands inquiry into whether Fox does it with men

AS defence secretary Liam Fox faced fresh accusations of helping a friend's business interests, the Sun has demanded to know if he does gay sex.

Fox accidentally made best friend head of RAF

LIAM Fox has apologised for putting his best friend in charge of the Royal Air Force.

Cameron momentarily forgets to pander

DAVID Cameron was mired in controversy today after he accidentally forgot to tell you that you are brilliant.

Government must not get bogged down by facts, says May

THERESA May has demanded the Home Office be set free to do its vital work unhindered by reality.