Politics

MPs debate whether that Imogen is just a gold digger or what

THE House of Commons has staged a landmark debate on whether that Imogen Thomas knew what she was doing all along, so she did.

Clegg to veto punctuation in NHS reform bill

NICK Clegg restored his political authority today by threatening a revolt over the use of punctuation in the NHS reform bill.

High street inquiry takes about four seconds

AN inquiry into why Britain's high streets are in decline has been launched and published in the time it took to read this sentence.

I would show hotel maids my slides, pledges Brown

GORDON Brown has said that if he becomes head of the IMF the worst thing he would do to a hotel maid is make her incredibly bored.

Cameron attacked by unnamed man on page 159 of Nick Hornby novel

DAVID Cameron has been branded as 'Flashman' by a character from a Nick Hornby novel who does not even have a name.

Cameron takes Clegg to TGI Fridays

PRIME minister David Cameron will treat not-prime minister Nick Clegg to a slap-up two-for-one meal to mark their first anniversary.

Downing Street releases picture of Clegg

PRIME minister David Cameron has released a photograph of the mangled remains of Nick Clegg.

AV opponents face Daily Mail dilemma

MILLIONS of decent, honest Britons today face the troubling prospect of being on the same side of an argument as the Daily Mail.