Another flurry in the anti-war dovecot over the suggestion that Dominic Grieve, the Attorney General, might exercise the Government’s veto over the publication of a partial transcript of the telephone conversation between George Bush and Tony Blair on 12 March 2003, eight days before the invasion of Iraq.
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Understanding how males and females in animals in general differ at the genetic level helps us understand human sex differences.
Surrounded by glistening water and a serene view, it’s hard to believe the 8th Annual Brooklyn Bodega Hip-Hop Festival (BHF) is actually being held in Brooklyn, right in the concrete jungle that is New York. But where the idyllic waterfront of Pier 3 could fool festival-goers, blaring sound systems and a crowd full of baseball caps confirm this is indeed (in the words of the stage hype man) ‘Brooooklyn.’
The past 24 hours for everyone on the Tour has been dominated by tacks – 20mm long pieces of pure evil.
How many UK track and field athletes hold Olympic records? Who comes third in the all-time gold medal table? Or, thinking more of spectators than stats geeks, what’s the schedule for archery at the Games? Or equestrian events? Or beach volleyball?
Time to get the old logo out. Amazing how the further delay announced yesterday by Sir John Chilcot, chairman of the Iraq Inquiry (and first reported by, oh, me), proves that Tony Blair is guilty, according to all reports in all newspapers today.
Tony Blair made a tentative return to politics last week as an advisor to the Labour Party. For a number of people on the left, including your humble servant, this did not sit particularly well. Many of us had hoped that under the stewardship of Ed Miliband the Labour Party would move beyond the privatisation and political cowardice of the “triangulation” years to a more confidently social democratic outlook
There was a time when films were only remade for the benefit of a new generation, with different versions standing as hallmarks of their era. But that time has now gone
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