The Riot Club movie still

Robert Sutcliffe: You'd have liked to be in the Bullingdon Club wouldn't you?

We are secretly rather thrilled by excess and, anyway, someone will always be on hand to pay the bills and bandage the heads

The Radcliffe Camera, part of Oxford’s Bodleian library, where work by John Wilmot, Earl of Rochester is kept

Robert Sutcliffe: New biography of one of England's best loved poets - Philip Larkin

Aims to show something of his more gentle and tender side

Robert Sutcliffe: Sisters at war: feminists battle it out over sex, men, alcohol and drugs

Woman's Hour presenter Jenni Murray takes an unsisterly jab at young female writers

Robert Sutcliffe: New book reveals what it is like to be on the end of a media monstering

Among those discussed in The Eye of the Storm are former Foreign Secretary William Hague and Chief Whip Andrew Mitchell

Robert Sutcliffe: A lack of sex

Most husbands have sulked at some point over their wife’s refusal to have sex

Jimmy Savile

Robert Sutcliffe: Socialist Worker newspaper pokes fun at Eton pupil mauled to death by polar bear

Article ended by claiming the horrific event was "another reason to save the polar bears"

Germany's Bastian Schweinsteiger (C) celebrates with the FIFA World Cup trophy after victory

Robert Sutcliffe: Lack of proper journalists a glaring deficiency during World Cup

Need for someone to make sense of it all and put it into context

Robert Sutcliffe: How to make your marriage last

Why do so many break down?

Cake controversy

Robert Sutcliffe: Ashers Baking Company faces legal action for refusing to make gay-themed cake

Northern Ireland is only part of UK where gay marriage is still illegal

Andy Coulson, former News of the World editor and the former spin doctor of British Prime Minister David Cameron, leaves the Central Criminal Court in London

Robert Sutcliffe: Why jailing Rolf Harris was wrong

British love of schadenfreude explains all

A house husband with duster and cleaning products

Robert Sutcliffe: Stay-at-home home dads are last word in uncool

Children want dads to go to work and mums to stay at home

John Prescott

Robert Sutcliffe: Why we need to keep Conservative minister Ken Clarke

He is being lined up for axe from Cameron's Cabinet

Robert Sutcliffe: My horror at fighting way through maze of lingerie racks to exchange summer frock for sister

One wag described experience as "like smugglers going through a tough customs checkpoint"

Andy Coulson, former News of the World editor and the former spin doctor of British Prime Minister David Cameron, leaves the Central Criminal Court in London
Demonstrators chant pro-al-Qaida-inspired Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant slogans as they wave al-Qaida flags in front of the provincial government headquarters in Mosul

Robert Sutcliffe: Can we ever shut the Pandora's box of Iraq?

It’s unclear at the moment where the Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham’s, (Isis), onslaught which saw them capture Iraq’s second largest city, Mosul, will end

Robert Sutcliffe: I'm philosophical about turning 50

Some people are funny about reaching their half century. One of my best friends didn’t tell anyone at the time and now, as I near the same milestone, I kind of understand why

Robert Sutcliffe in The Croppers Arms

Robert Sutcliffe: looking back on World War One leaves more questions than answers

My boyhood history lessons at Fartown High School consisted of accounts of men sprinting over the top of their barbed wire hideouts only to be mowed down in the attempt to gain a few yards of territory

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