Mitt Romney is obsessing about size again and doing a great disservice to the American people by fixating on a bankrupt ideology of smaller government rather than on real, practical, public policy.
Watching Sunday Morning Live with Francis Boulle from Made in Chelsea this week kind of pushed me over the edge - the suggestion that classism or prejudice of people based on their upper-class backgrounds is akin to racism was just too much to take.
Schools are segregated along class lines, leaving the poorest children struggling to achieve against poverty and deprivation
She puts the Sunday Times down on the coffee table and reaches for a biscotti. Her chocolate Labrador lolls around the conservatory
The world, and this country especially, is full of contradictions. With my new track and accompanying video, ill Manors, I'm just highlighting them, I'm not condoning anything. I aired my feelings about the riots very publicly when they happened and I still feel the same way.
Around 680,000 families will lose out if child benefit is cut for high-rate taxpayers, with almost one in four involving
A Very Middle Class Revolution - Why We Need The IPhone Activists Of The Occupy Wall Street Movement
It's easy now for Theresa May to mock the skinny-jeaned hipsters buying their Starbucks lattes when they're not loitering outside St Paul's, but it may not be so for much longer. Whilst the Occupy movement and it's offshoots might seem at times a little try-hard, with its smartphone-clutching legions marshalled forth by Twitter and Facebook, anybody who wants change needs them to keep shouting.
Although fast-food chains have a reputation for being cheap, it is higher earning, middle-class families that are driving
Forget bottles of booze and cigarettes, the shoplifting fraternity has gone gourmet as a new wave of wealthy consumers turn