GUY ADAMS: So just how ‘wholly truthful’ will Prince Harry’s ‘literary’ memoir be?

Prince Harry insists he is writing a ‘literary’ memoir to provide readers with ‘a first-hand account of my life that’s accurate and wholly truthful’. In other words, he intends to set the record straight. It is not the first time, of course: back in March, Harry and Meghan invited chat-show host Oprah Winfrey to their … Read more

ANDREW PIERCE: Even Lord Freud couldn’t analyse tricky Theresa 

ANDREW PIERCE: Even Lord Freud couldn’t analyse tricky Theresa By Andrew Pierce for the Daily Mail Published: 23:34 BST, 18 July 2021 | Updated: 23:43 BST, 18 July 2021 After Theresa May voted against a three-line whip for the first time in 24 years as an MP by joining last week’s Tory revolt against a … Read more

ANNA MIKHAILOVA: Labour chumocracy that got Luke into Euros final 

ANNA MIKHAILOVA: Labour chumocracy that got Luke into Euros final By Anna Mikhailova For The Mail On Sunday Published: 00:13 BST, 18 July 2021 | Updated: 00:13 BST, 18 July 2021 ‘This Prime Minister doesn’t even care enough to hide his blatant cronyism. He treats the public with contempt,’ railed Angela Rayner on news that … Read more

EDEN CONFIDENTIAL: Tory grandee Beaverbrook to ‘fight my corner’ in High Court property battle 

As Tory treasurer, Lord Beaverbrook was responsible for raising millions for the party.  But now he finds himself in a furious High Court battle over a property deal gone wrong. However, the colourful peer, who helped John Major win the 1992 general election by cajoling his rich pals into coughing up £38 million, is determined … Read more

BORIS STARLING: Stop-gap England manager Gareth became a Goliath

Another tournament, another penalty shootout…another defeat. But in one respect, at least, this felt different. Marcus Rashford, Jadon Sancho and Bukayo Saka missed their kicks, but England manager Gareth Southgate was clear yesterday where the responsibility lay: on himself. ‘I chose the guys to take the kicks. It is my decision to give him [Saka] … Read more

ROBERT COLLS: What English flag-waving tells Europeans baffled by Brexit 

There’s a beautiful moral simplicity about sporting contests. Win or lose. In or out. So how nice it is that England, which voted in 2016 to leave the European Union, has done so well in a competition that’s called Euro 2020. After the Brexit vote, the outgoing EU Council president Donald Tusk warned that this … Read more