Remember Prescott, the bruising baron?
AS a journalist, it is of course part of my job to keep on top of current affairs.
Despite being in the zone myself, I try not to spend too much time with older people.
'EVERYBODY'S just nosy, I think," says the woman from the Central Scotland Family History Society.
Back in the early winter of 1991 the leaders of Russia, Belarus and Ukraine met in a country house and effectively ended the Soviet Union.
LEADERS from 28 countries are preparing for a landmark Nato summit on Thursday and Friday in Wales that will map the way ahead for the military alliance.
THE day after a horrifying report on child protection failings in Rotherham was published, I went on the radio to discuss the children's panel.
WELL, don't just sit there.
When Audrey Hepburn, as Holly Golightly in Breakfast at Tiffany's, waved a cigarette in the viewer's face, it was the height of elegance.
LIVING in London means being part of an enormous social experiment in the form of the city's public transport.
It was Henry Fairlie, a London-born journalist of Scottish descent, who first used the term Establishment.
It's been a good week for … cats
Until last week, there was a very good chance you had never heard of Douglas Carswell, the man chosen by voters in Clacton as the Tory to convey their views to Westminster.
No-one likes to feel they're being taken for granted in a relationship, but when the dominant partner takes no account of your views and stubbornly refuses to recognise that there might be any problems between the two of you, then it's time for a frank exchange of opinions.
The Yes campaign surprised itself last week.
In 2006, Team Cameron staged a Tory referendum to secure backing for a statement of "aims and values".