RICHARD LITTLEJOHN: A muck-slinging zealot utterly unfit for high office
You might have thought that any Labour politician who had accepted more than half a million quid from a man now proven to have a revolting, racist past would do the decent thing.
That is: apologise, promise to repay every penny and slither away under the nearest stone. Sadly, the decent thing is a course of
RICHARD LITTLEJOHN: Jeremy Corbyn's shameless use of the rich man's libel law is part of a chilling assault on free speech
Never mind Jeremy Corbyn’s cynical conversion to Britain staying in the EU’s customs union straitjacket, essentially Brexit in name only. Something like this was always on the cards. I’ve been telling you for the past 18 months that the great betrayal began
RICHARD LITTLEJOHN: Patriotic, moderate Labour is dead and buried
They carried Brian’s coffin out of the church to Part Of The Union, the satirical Strawbs single from the Seventies which became the unofficial anthem of the TUC.
You used to hear the song played over loudspeakers on picket lines everywhere,
'Please don't pretend two dads is the new normal': RICHARD LITTLEJOHN says children benefit most from being raised by a man and woman
Call me old-fashioned, but I've never understood why so many pregnant women these days insist on flaunting the ultrasound scans of their unborn children.
Forget guilt taxes, cull the Town Hall fat cats created during the Gordon Brown glory years of money-for-nothing and your chips for free, writes RICHARD LITTLEJOHN
Sorry, guv, not guilty. You won’t catch me volunteering to pay more council tax. I’m already forking out the thick end of three grand a year.
OK, so I’m lucky enough to live in a decent-sized detached house, which I bought over 20 years ago for less than you’d pay for a two-bedroom flat these days.
Let's have another referendum - on scrapping the House of Lords: RICHARD LITTLEJOHN says he reckons a lot more than 17.4 million would vote to kill off the Upper House
Freedom of speech is under renewed attack, this time from unelected members of the House of Lords. They have hijacked a bill designed to update Britain's data protection laws to launch an outrageous attempt to shackle the Press.
By a slim majority, peers voted this week to compel newspapers who refuse to sign up