In all, there are 30 new entries in the whole list, one down on last year and two down on the 2016 record of 33.
Posts Tagged: Peter Oborne
In his new book, Peter Oborne interprets a collection of the outrageous Tweets which carried Trump to high office.
Theresa May’s austere approach to news management is a plus for government – at least, so far. But it’s turning out to be a minus for her ministers.
His critics have fallen for the Fact-Checking Fallacy: the illusion that in politics or journalism, accurate facts are all that matter.
The Arts Minister defends Tracey Emin, but is most proud of leaving the Arts Council alone.
Plus: Loud sounds from Tom Watson. Pig noises from Craig Oliver. And: Come and hear me make a fool of myself in Manchester on Sunday.
Plus: Comforting Oborne in the Aegean. Rampant rabbits in the Lords. Lidders Agonistes. McVey’s moment. And: How two Labour MPs banged away in the rifle club.
The weight of his new charge – that fewer truths are now told by the mainstream media – is greater than the evidence that supports it.
Plus: Farage’s book an election expense? Don’t be daft. My election predictions. Dull Tory slogans. Lively Australian politicians. And: victims of MND.
Clive Stafford Smith, the human rights lawyer and winner of last year’s Contrarian Prize, is a model of principle and vision. We invite nominations for his successor.
The party should be commended for its innovations in candidate selection – here’s how to make the process even better.
“Fiasco”…”Lost the plot…”Hang his head in shame”…”Worst since 1989.” The centre-right press’s reshuffle verdict.
But there is an odd man out.
He’s a dreadful federalist – but so are all the other candidates. They’re a symptom, not the problem itself.
Iain Dale: Sarah Wollaston wants to know what others would have done about Nigel Evans. Here’s my answer.
Plus: Nigel and the whips. Why Peter Oborne believes that I am Nostradamus. Lord Steel must have heard the Cyril Smith rumours. And: Two Thatchers & Two Queens.
Iain Dale: The next victim of our broken justice system won’t be Nigel Evans. It will be Joe Bloggs.
Plus: The Telegraph’s war on Nadine. Bias at the Foreign Office. Euro-rules drive me bonkers. And: Cameron’s LadyShambles.