Donald Trelford's column on Labour’s weakness and the British and Irish Lions tour of South Africa
Donald Trelford's column on the British Lions tour and what Boris' hairstyle says about him.
Here is a sample piece from Donald Trelford's new book Heroes & Villains, a collection of articles written over the past 60 years.
This memory prompts me to use his own words to describe the life he lived: “That was all right. Nothing wrong with that.”
At the root of his appeal, I suspect, is the curiosity that makes us all want to read other people’s secret diaries.
The CIA has now confirmed what everyone believed at the time...
Donald Trelford's column on Licensed to kill on peak-time TV and the Six Nations championship.
Donald Trelford's column on Scotland's “fish-fight” and why exercise is bad for you.
Morgan said he didn’t believe her. Others will need more evidence before they believe them either
Donald Trelford's column on the Six Nations championship and the ostrich sanctuary near Campos.
Columnist Donald Trelford talks about Tiger Woods terrible car crash last week.
Donald Trelford on the insistent prioritisation of changing words to avoid offending people who probably aren’t offended at all and other subjects.
One of the many things that maddened me about the Scottish result was that that it would have brought joy to Nicola Sturgeon.
Today our columnist Donald Trelford gives us his perspective on Robert Maxwell and his controversial life.
"The incompetence shown by the EU in the vaccine crisis will demonstrate...that a federal Europe is incapable of meeting the needs of individual nations"
Donald Trelford shares his views on the challenges ahead for the new US president and the closure of beach playgrounds.
Donald Trelford's column on Trump's pardon and Katharine Whitehorn.
"There should be a public inquiry into Wednesday’s assault on the Capitol, which is both the symbolic and actual heart of American democracy"
Donald Trelford's column on the death of an era and trouble in a Japanese restaurant in Palma.
The Queen's Gambit series is perfectly set in the atmosphere of chess and some bets for the Nations Trophy.
The Crown sorts out fact from fiction about the lives and conduct of the Royal Family and the greatest football player the world has ever seen.
Why is Sir Lewis Hamilton not treated as one of Britain's greatest ever sportsmen and the BBC shadows the Princess Diana’s epic interview in 1995.
"Donald Trump faces personal debts of 350 million dollars..."
Even though we ran rival papers, Harry Evans and I became good friends because we had much in common.
This time a lingerie entrepreneur called Emily Bendell has given the club 28 days to agree to admit women or she will seek a court ruling that the club is acting unlawfully under section 29 of the Equality Act 2020 in discriminating against them.
Whatever one may think of Martin Amis’s novels, one cannot deny that he has a gift for publicity.
The Late Clive Ponting and the sinking of the Belgrano.
Now we know why Boris Johnson tried so hard to get his docile Yes-man, Chris Grayling, to chair the Security and Intelligence Committee.
The Commonwealth contains some of the world’s biggest and smallest countries.
Many false hopes have been raised in the past, and many so-called leads have led nowhere, but this one seems more genuine.
Who was the first Afro-American fighter pilot in history?
Americans around Trump, including his acolytes on Fox News, claim to be shocked and mystified that the British continue to attack their President as a dangerous idiot.
It is remarkable that that period of national rejoicing and unity has been recalled during the present Covid-19 crisis without any cynicism that I can detect.