Peter Rhodes

The will of God?

The emissions tests cover 482,000 vehicles including the Audi A3, VW Jetta, Beetle, Golf and Passat models

PETER RHODES on the Hajj disaster, the VW scandal and a chilly encounter with the NHS.

Our friends in the East

Margaret Thatcher was informed of allegations a confidant had taken part in sex parties with under-age boys, a senior police officer said

PETER RHODES on embracing China, denouncing Tony Blair and the continuing influence of the Iron Lady.

It's dark up north


PETER RHODES on a new cop drama, politicians lying about migrants and a pyjama mystery

Find the toddlers.

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PETER RHODES on why TV isn't telling us the full story about the migrant crisis, why John Kerry should choose his hats carefully and a good reason not to ignore cancer screening.

At last!

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PETER RHODES on the rediscovery of a much-loved show, a police inquiry in difficulties and the continuing quest for a death ray.

Locked in with a spider


PETER RHODES on garden-shed technology, cancer screening and the only sane solution to the Syrian nightmare

Thank you, Mr Putin

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PETER RHODES on why the West, and gays everywhere, are watching the Kremlin. Plus the shocking scale of world debt and a bad day for lambs.

Hot planet, cold summers

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PETER RHODES on the latest twist on global warming, terms of affection and lethal driving in the rain.

A new day dawns

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A new day dawns. PETER RHODES on the triumph of Jeremy Corbyn, a fairer deal for carers and a George Clooney moment.

Rebels in blazers


PETER RHODES on the new school-year chorus of human rights, the forgotten Welsh army and life under President Blair.

Why so few?


PETER RHODES on Britain's migrant target, Germany's make-believe figures and the Corbyn plan for early retirement.

The joys of martyrdom

PETER RHODES on death in the desert , the right future for Syrian orphans and why bee keeping is best left to others.

Free to travel?


PETER RHODES on the borderless EU, summer houses on the NHS and mankind's lethal curiosity.

Anyone for rat?

There are fears that vCJD could pass onto people through blood transfusions

PETER RHODES on road-kill cookery, X Factor allegations and why it's safest to be a cynic.

Rich on Redditch


PETER RHODES on the comedy of Rich Hall, the latest energy-saving gizmo and the shifty Mr Blair.