Stephen Gilbert

It's a good job Forrest Reid didn't write to be famous. Almost seventy years after his death, his novels gather dust in libraries: unthumbed and unadmired. Highly thought of by friends like E.M. Forster and Walter de la Mare during his lifetime, the Ulster writer has since fallen into obscurity. Until now, that is.
The five things you need to know on Wednesday 23rd October 2013... 1) JOHN MAJOR'S 23rd TAX RISE Remember how New Labour
A quick-thinking MP was involved in a dramatic rescue of a woman from the Thames near the Palace of Westminster on Tuesday
George Osborne has produced another spectacular U-turn by reversing plans to put VAT on pasties and similar varieties of
Hundreds of bakers will protest outside Downing Street today during a day of action over the controversial "pasty tax". About
Well what do you know, a PMQs followed some unemployment statistics that weren't bad for the government! And David Cameron