The Mail?s chief pie-chucker lets fly at those without The X Factor

That?s Letts of the Daily Mail who describes John Prescott as ?having the manners of a flatulent caveman?, lampoons Speaker John Bercow as a ?ludicrou…

Let us adopt Islamic family law to curb extremists, Muslims tell Kelly

Author: By Colin Brown Following three hours of meeting with Muslim groups in Whitehall, Ms Kelly said: “There is a battle of hearts and minds t…

Prescott’s friend leads race for first super casino

Author: By Nigel Morris, Home Affairs Correspondent The announcement will raise fresh questions over John Prescott’s links with Philip Anschutz,…

John Prescott: Call me Al – why our answer to Gore is hitting the road

From the middle of this month, the former Deputy Prime Minister, out of office since Gordon Brown took over as premier in 1997, will be touring Britis…

Prescott’s transport of despair

Author: Emma Cook, Sara Bonisteel, Ian Herbert AT LAST, the fully extended Jubilee Line – one of the world’s most expensive railways &#821…

Newspaper attacks phone hacking claims

An editorial acknowledged that former royal editor Clive Goodman and private investigator Glen Mulcaire tapped into voicemails in 2006 and were punish…

Yard rules out inquiry as hacking row simmers on

Author: By Michael Savage, Political Correspondent The Metropolitan Police Assistant Commissioner John Yates came to the conclusion after reviewing th…

Cameron backs Tory chief over phone taps

John Prescott led Labour calls for Mr Coulson to be fired after it was reported that News Group, which owns his former Sunday paper, spent more than £…

Commons to study phone tap claims

Author: Press Association The Tory MP John Whittingdale also indicated he would recommend the culture, media and sport committee reopen an inquiry int…

Cameron aide in phone hacking row

Author: By Lewis Smith The demands followed a series of allegations about journalists at News International, which includes the News of the World, bei…