Blogs

Are there any honest insurers?

Blogger of the Year PETER RHODES on dodgy premiums, TV election debates and why, in the 21st century, we must compromise or perish

Ebola on the dinner table?

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Blogger of the Year PETER RHODES on the hidden dangers of smuggled meat, the risks of cash-for-diagnosis and the prospect of a Lab-Con coalition

Sex for beginners

The war memorial at Dartmouth Park

Blogger of the Year PETER RHODES on the origins of intercourse, the sweet new taste of lager and a long-forgotten controversy about remembrance

Do you support the Caliphate?

Blogger of the Year PETER RHODES on the question no-one dares ask, the end of high treason and the whistling duck that didn't

Bring on the long frocks

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Blogger of the Year PETER RHODES on an age of elegance, an unseen Lord Grantham and why your baking-powder submarine never worked.

The problem with shorthand

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Blogger of the Year PETER RHODES on how reporters' notes decay, how audiences are getting ruder and how to look intelligent in photographs

Strange names, strange times

Dentist

Blogger of the Year PETER RHODES on Bristols in Alaska, Bake-Off grannies in the kitchen and Mr Farage's time machine

A very good day to bury good news

Speed cameras will be replaced

Blogger of the Year PETER RHODES on a life-changing breakthrough, a whip-round for the Windsors and making money from dangerous driving

Prepare for the dole

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Blogger of the Year PETER RHODES on the future for Lib-Dems, the revival of Fanny Cradock and Clarkson's great escape

Prosperity or liberty?

Blogger of the Year PETER RHODES on democracy in Hong Kong, innuendo in the kitchen and a truly horrible history lesson

All at sea

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Blogger of the Year PETER RHODES on an honorary Brit in a boat, waging war Kipling-style and re-writing much-loved old jokes.

How not to whistle

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Blogger of the Year PETER RHODES on a film star's tip, a nasty TV licence scam and things to put on your hole-in-the-bucket list