Blair is pulling a Mugabe on the pesky little euro
The rail network inhabits the wrong kind of universe
The editor of the Spectator shortens the taxi ride of life by consigning Lynda Lee Potter to oblivion.
The perks of being an editor
Your ears will be on stalks.
The era of glamour, spin and the cult of celebrity is drawing to a close
The reborn sports journalists relocates Luton to the Pyrenees - but sadly only in type.
Finks ain't what they used to be
An egregious piece of sucking-up garners you your present Diary
The dangers of half-remembered names
The editor of the Daily Telegraph suggests a novel way to keep your property safe
Turn left at the Renaissance then: Palaeoconservatism explained
'The stars are still big, it's the voters' memories that got small.'
From Here to Eternity. Mark Amory on the highs of Hollywood to the lows of a friend's funeral
The Sugar Association isn't sweet on the WHO and are we fudging nanotechnology
The editor of the Guardian explains how George Galloway has made lots of new friends
The Daily Mail columunist despairs at the lack of gentlemen in the nation's most vaunted clubs
If there's one thing worse than an unethical war then it's the gloating
The renowned historian explains that the closest parallel to Iraq's future could be Yugoslavia not Stalingrad
The foreign correspondent of the Daily Mail regrets her forced act of desertion
Notes from the newly augmented backbenches
The pros and cons of Celebrity Recognition Phenomenon
Want to keep one's friends informed about one's life? No time for the telephone? Then put it in print
Revealed: The reason why print journalists stay off-screen
The PM's director of communications realises the perils of the Samaritan lifestyle and the benefits of football supporters