These herbal cigarettes might cure your asthma but they’ll blind you for three days in the process.
Some time ago, I covered a UK arms fair for a magazine. I never thought you could have so much fun with a laser-sighted rifle and a room full of tossers.
St Paddy’s day is more than Guiness and…well, not gonna lie, it’s mostly Guiness, but it still dicks all over St George’s Day. Dust off your ginger wig and get going…
35 years on and still 2000AD remains a classic, even if it was wildly inaccurate…
A couple of years ago, I was sent out to Afghanistan to report on the work of the Royal Engineers in Helmand Province; here are a few observations on arrival in Kandahar…
With the current trouble in Belfast and a growing new paramilitary group called “The Real IRA”, we look at the possible new threats to the 1994 ceasefire…
If taking mind altering substances is an innate part of human nature, should we really be outlawing drugs?
The Working Mum: the eternal quest for the perfect life or just an ad man’s illusion?
Marie Colvin was killed yesterday in the Syrian capital, her work should live on as an example of what is right, good and honest in modern combat journalism..
People are rightly outraged at the news we pay for MPs to eat Ribeye steak and hand-cut chips, but this is just the tip of the iceberg…
Has Cameron won an historical political victory by vetoing the proposed regulations in Europe? Or has he just completely and utterly screwed most of us over?
With a parlimentary inquiry and police investigation already underway, should we be suspicious of the Leveson Inquiry and its intentions?
Machine malfunctions, paper cuts and flying metal. Even the sight of Jayne Mansfield couldn’t compensate for this office minefield.
The award-winning satirical act from Limerick have had a pilot commissioned by Channel 4, but just who are The Rubberbandits?
He fought Ali to a standstill and tore up the Heavyweight division with his legendary left hook. Ladies and gentlemen, be upstanding for the late, great Joe Frazier…
While there’s no official rule stating you can’t support two teams, most football fans still consider it a cardinal sin. Here’s how a Crystal Palace fan sunk deeper and deeper into the clutches of his ‘bit on the side’ Cardiff City.
As the dust settles following the Liam Fox and Adam Werrity scandal, it’s time to examine what this controversy tells us about the government, the Ministry of Defence and the role of Mossad in shaping our foreign policy.
With the Irish Presidential Election just a few weeks away, is the former Sinn Féin chief negotiator, a man forever surrounded in allegations of his murky past, really ready to lead Ireland?
In retrospect, going to see what was happening in my local Lewisham neighbourhood on Monday wasn’t my best idea.
Swapping keyboard tiles for roof tiles is a shock to the system. But nothing quite prepares you for a death on site.
In 1987 a private investigator was found with an axe embedded in his head. The individual consequently accused of the murder went on the work for several years for the News of the World under the editorship of Andy Coulson.
The Queen’s impending state visit to Ireland has stirred up scenes we had hoped were well behind us, but here’s why are some people determined to keep Ireland in the dark ages