Send your emails to firstname.lastname@example.org View the Premier League table in running Poyet insists Sunderland play only for themselves Match preview and squad sheets 5.15pm BST Gus Poyet has just used the phrase 'early doors', which in a Uruguayan accent, is weird. 5.12pm BST More from America's finest news source, from James Walker […]
Swansea won at St. James' Park to edge towards safety and pile more pressure on Alan Pardew, Crystal Palace earned a fifth straight league win at West Ham, while strugglers Aston Villa and Cardiff both earned home draws 5.09pm BST BOOOOOOOOOOOO. The home support at today's 3pm top-flight venues were fairly hacked off before - and they won't fe […]
Senior administration officials said there is no indication that the site has been compromised and action taken out of caution People who have accounts on the enrolment website for President Barack Obama's signature healthcare law are being told to change their passwords following an administration-wide review of the government's vulnerability to t […]
As the final episode of her Oprah-led docu-series approaches, the star has hit the chat show circuit hard but what do her varied performances reveal about her life?As the old adage goes, there's no such thing as bad press. No one knows this better than Lindsay Lohan. When the final instalment of her 'docu-series', Lindsay, airs on OWN on Sunda […]
A mother and her children were rescued by rangers when the car overheated at Longleat safari parkA family was caught between a fire and a pride of lions when their car overheated as they drove through a safari park.The mother and her two children were forced to flee their car when it overheated and then caught fire in a lion enclosure. The trio were visiting […]
At the End Hunger Fast vigil yesterday evening, which marked the end of a 40-day-fast to raise awareness of rising poverty, several people read out Christian prayers. In their prayers they called on the government to deal with rising poverty and act like a Christian for once. I don't think this is what they had in mind though: Britain should be unashame […]
It feels like the calm before the coming storm. The situation in Ukraine is likely to escalate very quickly, and yet there seems to be worrying lack of urgency about it everywhere. Three things happened over the last week that have set the stage.
'Ukraine stands on the brink of a possible military showdown with Russia this morning,' says Human Rights Watch today. This isn't an exaggeration either - the acting President of Ukraine issued a warning to pro-Russian forces yesterday, calling on them to lay down their weapons. That deadline has now passed and there are no signs that the mili […]
I would be nowhere without Georgina Henry. Nearly ten years ago I rang the Guardian’s deputy editor (as she was then) out of the blue, with an idea about running a list of the ’20 most powerful Asians in media’ to increase visibility of non-whites in the British media. I didn’t know who else to […]
The first time I was invited on to a debate on TV, I was so nervous I couldn’t stop myself shaking. It was partly nerves and partly the topic. It was Christmas 2005, and a theatre in Birmingham had to abandon a play because a large mob of angry Sikhs had gathered in protest outside, […]
Was I too hard on Sarah Wollaston in last week’s column? I’ve been asking this question ever since a rather terse tweet from the Totnes MP, which said something like: “Iain Dale has suggested I should examine my role in the Nigel Evans case, so I have.” Strangely, the tweet has been consigned to the twitter dustbin it seems. What I actually said was: “She no […]
I’m writing this on the 11.30pm back to Tonbridge after a lovely evening with my three LBC producers, Laura, Matt and Axel at the Hippodrome. The reason? Today was my last day working with Laura Marshall after two years of working together, firstly on the evening show and for the last year on Drive. Laura came to LBC from talkSport two and a half years ago a […]
A play consisting of two Margaret Thatchers and two Queens and precious little else, well that’ll never work I thought when I first heard about HANDBAGGED. How wrong could I have been! I am not sure if HANDBAGGED is meant to be a relatively serious commentary on the relationship between the Queen and Margaret Thatcher, or a comedy. In truth it is both, and b […]
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