It's ludicrous to argue that Verwoerd got it right because Zuma got it wrong.
D'oh! The Foreign Secretary may have mis-spoken.
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Veteran television presenter and journalist Andrew Neil, also dubbed the 'Bachelor of Fleet Street', has revealed he secretly
Charles Saatchi, the art collector famously disgraced after being photographed grabbing the throat of his now ex-wife Nigella
David Cameron has warned newspapers to sign up to his plan for state-backed regulation of the Press or risk a crackdown from
Boris Johnson has called on newspaper editors to rally behind the Spectator magazine in opposing the Royal Charter governing
Pippa Middleton has revealed how she used to "undeniably" fancy her school teacher, and sometimes closes her eyes to envisage
The man who jumped into the River Thames during last year's boat race between Oxford and Cambridge to protest against elitism
A new survey has found that 90% of liberal people still don't know what their position is on the post-Leveson plan for a
The Spectator is to be prosecuted for breaching a court order over an article written by Rod Liddle during the trial of two
Spectator magazine has been referred to the Attorney General for possible contempt of court over an article written by Rod