|Thursday 18 November 2010|
|Someone hand me a commemorative sickbag|
Spare us the carnival of naffness that is the marriage of Wills and Kate and let’s cut the royal line instead.
|Tuesday 26 October 2010|
|Something about this smoking confession stinks|
Desperate to appear cooler than the office-supplies manager he fundamentally is, Nick Clegg has outed himself as a Smoker.
|Wednesday 20 October 2010|
|Campaigning to keep Joan voluptuous|
Womankind won’t spiral into depression just because Christina Hendricks from Mad Men is going on a diet.
|Thursday 14 October 2010|
|The sad decline of |
la femme fantastique
Proposing an online register of ‘rapists’ is the maddest thing Germaine Greer’s done since she puked on Big Brother.
|Friday 8 October 2010|
|Turning celebrity breakdown into art|
I'm Still Here documents Joaquin Phoenix’s journey from Hollywood star to obese, beardy rapper. Or is he just messing with us?
|Monday 27 September 2010|
|In the Milibore era, pity the poor satirists|
With Cameron, Clegg and Ed running the show, political dramatists and comedians face tough times ahead.
|Friday 27 August 2010|
|The word of the Lord|
The trouble with Lord Mandelson’s autobiography is that the thing he tries to paint as tragedy – the thwarting of his and Tony’s big plans – is enjoyed by most sane people as comedy.
|Wednesday 4 August 2010|
|No, Gisele, breast is not always best|
The supermodel’s call for a law forcing mums to breastfeed takes ‘militant lactivism’ to its crazy conclusion.
|Tuesday 13 July 2010|
|It’s time to cut this purposeless prince|
While the UK tightens its collective belt, why must we put up with Charles, a useless, unelected feudal throwback?
|Tuesday 8 June 2010|
|Two Thunderbirds versus Colonel Blinky|
The Labour leadership contest between Ed and David Miliband and Ed Balls is personality politics with no personality.
|Tuesday 18 May 2010|
|Money, money, money...it isn’t funny|
The BBC’s adaptation of Martin Amis’s classic 1984 novel has none of the book’s zing, insight or fast satire.
|Wednesday 5 May 2010|
|You can’t blame Brown for everything|
There are two problems with Brown-bashing: it’s immature and it’s making Emily Hill feel sorry for the PM.
|Wednesday 24 March 2010|
|Politics is clearly in trouble and strife|
The leaders’ wives – Serious Sarah, Sexy Sam, Anonymous Miriam – are taking the politics of personality to a new low.
|Friday 26 February 2010|
|The pub bore of British letters|
Martin Amis’s complaint that he is treated badly by the British press is bizarre. Even his painfully bad new novel The Pregnant Widow – full of tits, Islam and pseudo-poetry – has been slavishly well-received.
|Monday 22 February 2010|
|In defence of ballsy WAGs|
Money has always been a prime reason for marriage, so why are working-class women who wed wealthy footballers seen as vulgar?
|Friday 12 February 2010|
|It’s my party and I’ll cry if I want to|
Everyone’s surprised that Gordon Brown will reportedly cry on TV, yet New Labourites have been blubbing publicly for years.
|Thursday 21 January 2010|
|Straw the Younger vs King Tony of Islington|
Will Straw’s tantrums about Blair’s betrayal of his father confirm New Labour’s descent into mafia-style infighting.
|Tuesday 22 December 2009|
|All hail Frances Bean Cobain|
How one celebrity offspring has managed to avoid the trap of trading off her parents' fame.
|Tuesday 8 December 2009|
|In defence of Katie Price|
|Friday 16 October 2009|
|‘Welcome to the rohypnol conference’|
Emily Hill watched the Tories in Manchester swig fizz, dodge photographers and talk about as little as possible.