When Prince William talks, people listen - that's why he is so important to the mental health struggle
Even as a lifelong republican, I can only take my hat off to the work of William, Prince Harry and Kate Middleton.
The most chaotic, bumbling, amateur hour conference speech in history could have at least had a good message behind it, rather than just self-preservation.
The big reveal from May's Florence speech is that she's still negotiating with her own warring Cabinet
Politicians deliver hundreds of speeches. A few stand the test of time. This will not be one of them.
"I still feel very angry that we were not old enough to be able to do more to protect her."
Can anyone name me a country which built success by governing against the interests of its younger generation?
A Tory leader called a vote and left Britain in turmoil - haven't we been here before?
Trump's madness is a danger to the world - but he can be stopped.
The UK general election is one of the weirdest in recent memory.
A poll suggesting that some are now regretting voting Leave is scant comfort if she's heading for victory.
Emmanuel Macron has less than a week to show that he is the 'something different' France says it wants.
In his speech at the Unite for Europe march in London, Campbell told EU supporters to keep fighting.
He's as unqualified as Trump as president, but if he's true to himself he'll scrutinise May's Brexit strategy.
Brexiteers need to answer these 48 questions, one for each percentage point that voted Remain.
The Mail bottled out of a debate - but it's time the paper was held accountable for fake news.
Now Parliament has a place in the process, MPs need to develop a backbone to stand up to Little Englanders.
Don't stop feeling angry that he is there or accept that this is just the new normal.
Whether on the CIA, Berlin or Arnie's ratings on Celebrity Apprentice, Trump tweets show he is a danger.
It doesn't matter how nice a new ground looks - if it's half empty, why would viewers bother watching?
'Post-truth' is word of the year - but that doesn't mean we should accept lies from Trump or Brexiteers
My dream for 2017 is that Trump's presidential win turns out to be the most spectacular Fake News yet.
There is massive opposition to a third runway at Heathrow in Richmond, but far greater concern about Brexit.
Obama and Clinton have shown dignity of which Trump and Farage are incapable.
We have entered the era of post-truth politics, where the most powerful person in the world is a liar.
New documentary Me and My Mental Illness airs on Tuesday November 1.
Theresa May should have taken it upon herself to seek to heal the divisions, instead she made things worse.
The Tories don't see Labour as a threat, but the seeds were sown long before now.
When a political Party has to have 'peace talks' before its annual conference, you know it's in big trouble.
Evidence shows they increase segregation; May thinks we should have elites who succeed at the expense of the rest.
Team GB's sporting success is due to years of investment and the dedication of athletes.
The Jamaican 'Lightning Bolt' is a genuine superstar, a total legend, and a top, top bloke – which is why the world celebrates his latest incredible triumph.
Resilience in politics has to be matched by a desire to win - ask the Clintons, Obama and the Tories.