September 2009

Black press reject Obama’s 'management of expectations'

Racial prejudice, the BNP and Chris Gelken

"Journalist" and sometime broadcaster Chris Gelken, left, has launched a vendetta against The-Latest and its editor after getting cold feet about an article of his that we published. The comment piece laid bare his remarkable conversion from an open-minded ...

Campaign of hate, sir? Here, have the Daily Mail

Matt Gardner - Online columnistSometimes, there's a fine line between what can be regarded as good journalism and a vendetta or grudge. However, certain newspapers, blogs, Tv programmes and radio shows make it all too clear just how much they're willing to ...

Gareth Gates, baby and Les Miserables

 

Spicy story of scorned woman threatens career of TV chef

The-Latest - EXCLUSIVETV chef Levi Roots is being stalked in Fleet Street by a kiss and tell story from a scorned lover that threatens to bring down his multi-million pound empire in Britain.The 51-year-old Jamaican born entrepreneur, who started his caree ...

...But he does not cure the lame and crippled

Grace Boateng  I thought I was going to witness an afternoon of amazing miracles.  But that is not what I saw.  Melvin Banks, the veteran international evangelist with a ministry in healing, was appearing at a church in Peckham, south London ...

Put your best foot forward with the stars

  Balfour MuhammadHave you ever heard that you can learn much about someone by their shoes? Well, Michael Keet certainly can tell a lot about you from your feet. He is a podiatrist who specialises in making custom-made insoles (or orthotics) and ...

London landmarks immortalised by era-defining hit songs

Thomas Barnes If you ever wondered what it felt like to “rock on down to Electric Avenue” here’s your chance as The-Latest presents a guide to some of the finest moments in pop and the capital’s streets and landmarks that have inspired them. (Oh, and some ...

Culture clash at famous Carnival

Blind faith in 'miracle' healer who rolls into town

Marc Wadsworth“Crowds were queuing up to see the Harry Potter film when I was in Spain the other day,” the ex-bricklayer turned preacher told his rapt south London congregation of about 40. “They should be queuing up to go to church not going to see that w ...