David Cameron made the G8 a 'tie-less' summit but publicity hungry politicians should stick with a full suit.
After Father's Day, many of Britain's Dads will be feeling inadequate. Here's why they shouldn't.
Facebook happily hosts the softer end of 'smut', while equally happily removing pages dedicated to breastfeeding. We should be able to debate what smut gets blocked online.
Politics.co.uk reported that I was watering down peoples' right to control their personal information – but I'm just trying to help create a reliable data control system.
An appalling political change is taking place in eastern Europe, but Britain's cowardly ministers don't have the bravery to address it.
The government is intent on crippling an industry which has shown huge success in getting people off cigarettes.
No matter how big the question marks over the HS2 project get, the government seems even more determined to push the project through. The only way to apply the brakes is for MPs to be responsible.
Britain and Romania can benefit from a closer relationship - but mainstream politicians need to challenge Ukip's populism first.
Alex Burrows examines the balance between affordability, reliability and quality following the publication of the ORR's Periodic Review.
Coal has traditionally been criticised as a fuel source - but new clean coal technologies could be better for the UK than wind or solar power.
Carbon reduction targets, not a slavish devotion to renewable energy, is the real answer to the European energy riddle.
Tim Yeo has two motives when it comes to his energy work: saving the world and personal gain. The two, always incompatible, are now completely unacceptable.
Europe stands up for British people's rights against our own government.
My comments on female GPs were treated as controversial, but medical experts recognise that they pose a significant organisational risk to the proper running of the NHS.
Doctors are pre-signing abortion agreement forms is not what the government intended when it passed the abortion act in 1967.
Marriage existed before the state or parliament - but politicians still see fit to change it.
Clegg's fighting off a new push for the snoopers' charter - but can he hold the line against the Home Office?
Without firm action from schools, private firms could be about to start data mining our children's online activity.
With their rich history and growing population in the UK, British Muslims have a duty to address extremism and radicalisation in its community.
The murder of Drummer Lee Rigby in Woolwich last week, prompts up politicians' agenda to pass a 'snooper's charter'.
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