The shocking footage shows the middle-aged man ferociously ranting at the doorman after he was refused entry to a bar in Canterbury, Kent.
The Labour leader seems to be echoing the US President’s famous ‘Yes we can’ slogan as he insists Labour can turn Britain around, saying: ”Can we do it? Of course we can.’
Other volunteers returning from Sierra Leone were allowed to board crowded buses and trains instead of being taken into quarantine.
The Cabinet Office insists ‘centralised’ records mean it would be too expensive to provide details of the Prime Minister’s spending at Chequers, and that of Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg at Chevening.
The average stay in hospital for a normal birth in Britain is just 1.5 days compared to Romanian and Slovakian mothers who stay in hospital for up to five days after giving birth.
Wine expert JILLY GOOLDEN taste-tests a spectrum of supermarket proseccos and gives her verdict on which bottles to buy.
The real honours belong to those who politely decline them, such as John Freeman, who has died aged 99, writes EPHRAIM HARDCASTLE
The surprising result comes after Labour has spent months focusing on the Health Service as the centrepiece of its election strategy.
The rural population is set to swell by 6 per cent by 2025 leading to a boom in the countryside economy, the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs predicted.
Margaret Thatcher, pictured, was correct to introduce the Poll Tax which, according to Robin Harris, former director of the conservative party’s research department, ‘was an excellent idea in principle.’
Alun Jones, the new president of the Girls’ Schools Association has said that referring to independent schools as bastions of ‘elite and privilege’ is outdated these days.
From Luis Suarez and Jeremy Paxman to the Downton dog and Aldi, Pugh has covered all of the year’s biggest stories in his hilarious cartoons. Here’s our pick of the best which kept us laughing in 2014.