The silly child star from smalltown Ontario has no more responsibility to behave with decorum than anyone else.
On screen Gibson is a successful anti-hero, but off screen he’s just antisocial. <b>Marina Hyde</b> reports.
The news of the inept Russian spy ring is a reminder of what a decent sort of enemy we used to have to deal with.
The emissaries of the Dear Leader to World Cup 2010 sat grim-faced through a meeting with the capitalist media, writes <b>Marina Hyde</b>.
Johannesburg magistrate’s court recalls Bismarck’s observation that those who love sausages and believe in justice should never see either being made.
<i>Marina Hyde</i> takes issue with Pope Benedict’s version of the priestly paedophilia scandal.
Diva presenters, bad dance, graceless hosts … Marina Hyde rates some of the performances at this year’s Oscars.
It is an astonishing kind of stupidity that sees us duped into paying for bottles of water, stuff that flows freely from our taps, writes Marina Hyde.
There are days when even the World’s Most Wanted Man looks in the mirror and just feels like the world’s most unwanted man. He stares at his grey beard, sighs wearily at a FedEx-ed package of cave-floor carpet samples Mullah Omar wants him to pick between, and thinks: is there some sharia law loophole that means I could hang out with Scarlett Johansson for a few days, as long we just laugh at funny little Japanese people together and don’t get it on?