Christians in Britain are being forced to hide their beliefs and exclude themselves from public life because of efforts by
UPDATE: Alistair Campbell has stepped in to clarify the comments made by Steve Coogan in an interview with him for GQ magazine
I've been a hairdresser for over twenty years and in that time, working across the TV and music business as well as magazines with the likes of Lady Gaga and Chris Martin, I have had the pleasure (usually) to run my hands through the hair of quite a few famous faces...or should I say heads!
Alex Salmond has said he regrets the way remarks he made about Vladimir Putin were "characterised". The First Minister said
With the Sochi Winter Olympics well under way and the conduct of our global leaders and their policies firmly in the spotlight, I thought it'd be helpful to produce a guide to some abiding political principles, quotations and notes that aspiring politicians and politicos can use to make sense of the madcap crazy political world we live in. Enjoy.
Alastair Campbell has predicted Ed Miliband will fail to win a majority at the next election and will be forced to enter
Labour campaigners have joined Lord Alan Sugar in urging brands to pull their advertising from the Daily Mail as "a punishment
Amidst the raucous squabbling of politicians and outraged Twitter pundits over the Daily Mail's slur of Ed Miliband's late
This week, I went to Manchester to the Tory party conference. Not as a Tory this time, but a happy Ukipper... The excellent IEA event - a 'Fag and a Pint With Nigel Farage' was a chance to showcase the man, our policies, our philosophy and where we stand on many issues. Again, the room was a little cosy and Nigel was on good form. The Tories were in denial that we were there.
The Daily Mail's deputy editor Jon Steafel was invited on to BBC Newsnight on Tuesday evening to defend his paper's decision
In many respects, living with anxiety and depression is almost like carefully managing a simple fact of acceptance. Sometimes adjoined with depression, sometimes without, it is hard to live a life that is so inconsistent. To wake up in the morning, stir yourself from sleep and spend the next ten minutes testing the mind for signs that it may not be a good day.
News has broken that David Cameron is to set up his own personal Twitter account, much to the horror of the political journalists on the Telegraph. They tell me that Twitter is where all the "conversations" are happening so I suppose it makes sense to be part of it. But not everyone agrees. My cynical and unemployed friend Derek was unsurprisingly scornful.
Take a look at all of HuffPost UK's theatre reviews: According to recent headlines, politics goes hand-in-hand with another
Alastair Campbell has written to the Cabinet Secretary to complain that David Cameron "slurred" him during prime minister's
Alistair Campbell has said New Labour would have been "crazy" not to try and court the Murdoch press in the run up to the
Alastair Campbell, the former Number 10 communications director, has said the "craft" of journalism is almost dead and ordinary
It took two weeks and three resignations before the Archbishop of Canterbury spoke out about Occupy London at St Pauls. Dr