Coronavirus is unlikely to be “the big one” in terms of pandemics; this is why we must step up our preparations for next time.
The next few years abroad will be as absorbing as any in recent years, and will demand more of the new Tory intake’s attention than might be considered usual.
The correct response to its aftermath and to Blair’s speech is not to refight old battles, but to build a positive relationship with the Union from the outside.
If such cautions from a public servant are dismissed simply as coming from a Europhile, then we will all be the losers.
We will want to offer Parliament’s view of the extent of prerogative, and where we believe overt Parliamentary endorsement will be in the country’s interest.
How quickly we forget, and how much we do at our peril. Peace in Europe! How our parents and grandparents longed for it.
In his Christmas and New Year season review, The Gaffer probes cup glory, sacked managers, leadership fortunes, and the loyalty of Steve Gerrard.
Why have our leaders not echoed her condemnation of it?
And on 1st July 1916, men who went over the top on that first morning of the battle of the Somme kicked their precious footballs before them.
It is claimed that one and a half million people play five a side football every week. Perhaps as many as four million play during the course of a year.
Scotland’s referendum proves that our democratic system can engage voters. Yes, it needs to change. But let’s not fall into the American-style trap of denigrating it .
The legions of ConHome footy fans are eagerly focusing on this key issue: what impact will a ‘Yes/No’ vote have on the country’s historic football decline?
It is at the cross-roads of the Shia-Sunni conflict, yet remains outside of it. It is a majority Muslim country, but with a history of peaceful co-existence.
The departure of of Suarez from Liverpool is more understandable than that of Damian Green, Nick Hurd or Dominic Grieve.