By Andrew Williams
One thing I’ve never understood about Christmas – why do we have it in the middle of winter? Surely June or July would be much better, and then we could have barbecues and al fresco parties instead of huddling together for warmth.
Dear Santa, You don’t like me and I don’t like you … No … How about: Now, I know we haven’t always seen eye to eye… no. Let’s try…
Merry Christmas! I hope you are looking forward to the one day of the year where you have to do any work.
It is utterly impossible to have any sympathy whatsoever for someone who has a BlackBerry.
I know that means a working majority of Wharfers. I’m sorry. But there it is.
We are at a critical point in London’s political life, as the economy goes through bumpy times.
Should we dust down the history books of the ’30s and spend heavily to create jobs, support business and stimulate the economy, or should we let the fit survive, and allow the rest to fail?
A prolific offender who attacked a minicab driver was tracked down using the vomit he had left behind.
Cahir Street resident Patrick Shiels fled after fracturing the cabbie's jaw in Alpha Grove at 2.45am on May 2. But he allowed police to pick up his trail by throwing up in the vehicle during his trip.
Time is running out for Charlton's caretaker manager Phil Parkinson after a second defeat in a week.
The Addicks boss' hopes of getting the job full time were dealt a big blow in Tuesday night's 2-1 loss to Coventry at The Valley.
Nigel Seeley - The Wizard of Odds - gives his tips on where to place your bets this week, with an X Factor battle for the Christmas number one set to start.
The Wizard was away last week in sunny climes on a whirlwind trip to meet the bookmakers based on the Rock of Gibraltar.
POLICE are hunting a group of men who stabbed a 28-year-old in the head, neck and face before setting their dog on him.
The victim is in a poor but stable condition in hospital after the assault, which took place outside shops in Spey Street, Poplar.
AHA! That’s what Alan Partridge fans were waiting to hear for over an hour - and what an agonising wait it was.
Steve Coogan made his first appearance at a half-full O2 arena on Monday night following a flurry of mixed reviews of his nationwide tour.
Charlton will come out at The Valley on Tuesday night in their lowest position for 12 years as they entertain Coventry City.
The Sky Blues are seventeenth and Charlton will need at least a point against them if they are to lift themselves off bottom of the Championship.