In this week's Mail on Sunday, Peter Hitchens sneeringly prescribes reporters of sexual harassment, pestering and assault
Mail on Sunday columnist Peter Hitchens has prompted a social media storm after likening those “squawking” about the Westminster
For whatever reason, Howard's death has affected me more than I thought it would. I've found my mind straying over towards him during this last day or so. I met Howard on a number of occasions and in many different settings.
Journalist and author Peter Hitchens has laid into David Cameron brutally, claiming the Prime Minister has "no interest in
Brand has not all the answers, nor does he claim to, but he has heart, sense, influence, and energy. Brand has re-Branded himself, and now he is re-Branding politics and activism, then selling it to young people so they will understand better that their society and its future is in their hands
On Newsnight on Thursday, musician and activist Billy Bragg took on columnist Peter Hitchens on what it means to be English
For the good of British politics there needs to be a conscientious shift away from this nonsense. We may not be to blame for the actions of politicians but those who govern will only ever stand a chance of being held accountable when we stop treating them like graduates of the Big Brother academy and start scrutinising their service to the public.
Peter Hitchens has hit back against those who criticised his "addiction myth" exchange with Friends actor Matthew Perry on
As a society we need a serious paradigm shift regarding how much we allow the government to interfere with our free choices as citizens. The vast majority of people using illegal drugs in the UK are not addicts, but are perfectly functional members of society who enjoy drugs recreationally...