Sir David Attenborough has criticised the BBC for not producing enough arts and cultural programmes. Attenborough, 92, said the public broadcaster was instead focusing on shows that attracted a large Speaking
A lot of Labour’s energy at the moment seems to be spent on internal battles over which faction wins power on which committee, and whether it should be easier to deselect sitting MPs. A measure of whether
Jeremy Corbyn’s Labour party is under fire once more: this time from Gordon Brown, who, speaking at the Jewish Labour Movement’s annual conference yesterday warned that the “soul” of Labour is at risk
The Labour Party’s turmoil continues. Last week Frank Field resigned over anti-Semitism and yesterday David Blunkett warned in the Telegraph that the “bullying and thuggery” of the militant Eighties is
Having busted a move not once, but twice, on her recent African trip, the prime minister, Theresa May, has thrown a spotlight on that most enchanting of traditions, British politicians dancing. In honour
Jeremy Corbyn has "crossed the line" with remarks he has made about Israel and Jews and must show he understands why the Jewish community is "upset and worried" about his leadership, Ed Balls has said.