With further revelations in The Sunday Times that marathon runners have been using blood doping techniques to cheat their way to victory, Luke J. Harris, a sports historian, asks whether the power of sport can ever outweigh that of corruption
Following the outpouring of support for The Commentator's blog about the Sunday Times cartoon last Sunday, the newspaper has apologised in print
The blood libel cartoons and the Mohammed cartoons, even if equally offensive, show the difference in the reactions of two peoples at loggerheads
Over 20 Conservative Members of the British Parliament have written to The Sunday Times expressing their concern and disgust over the blood libel cartoon published on Sunday
A response has finally emerged from the Sunday Times, without apology, over the cartoon from yesterday
Our story about the disgusting Sunday Times cartoon has now elicited responses from Members of the British Parliament, urging the paper to apologise
Israel haters have much to learn from Holocaust Memorial Day
Why can't cartoonists seem to criticise Israel without the use of big noses and blood libels? And why do the mainstream papers still publish this stuff?
Breaking news is hard for a small outlet like ours. But you can help, and the mainstream media should really link back, no?
Rupert Murdoch has served democracy far better than most of his contemporaries - so why is there so much anti-Murdoch vitriol?
Cameron was rattled today, but just about held his own. However, his Achilles heel was exposed.
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