November 2005

Moss Factor

By Deborah Hobson She’s back. Supermodel Kate Moss has risen like a phoenix from the ashes of scandal and condemnation to return to work after seeking treatment for her addiction to cocaine at the Meadows clinic in Arizona. Moss, cat walk queen and ...

Labour's Honourable Rebels

Forty-nine Labour MPs rebelled against the Government in the vote on the much-criticised 90-day detention proposal, according to official division lists. They handed megalomaniac Tony Blair his first House of Common defeat since he became prime minister in ...

Behind Closed Doors

By Deborah HobsonDear Deidre,“My wife was so violent I divorced her- but now I’m really hurting because I love her so much.” Ironically, this heart-felt letter appeared in the agony aunt's page of The Sun newspaper, the same morning when ...

Rum Punch

By Liz Simpson We're told that life imitates art. But the celebrity bust up at Battersea in the early hours of Thursday morning, which made front page news, was a bizarre imitation not of art, but of Tv soap EastEnders. The Blunkett jinx had struck again. ...

Texting Craze is A Plus

By Jemma TippingSurprising new research has revealed that young people's obsession with text messaging is actually improving their literacy rather than harming it. Previously experts thought that the mobile phone craze damaged spelling and writing abilitie ...