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For most folk most of the time the Chartered Institute for Purchasing and Supply doesn’t get the pulse rating, but it is not to be underestimated, and especially for the window on the economic future it offers us. Their surveys of managers at the “sharp end” usually give a fairly good idea of where we [...]
Yes my once amateurly made video blog The Motorcycle Diaries is back, but this time…it’s well…much better!
The second chapter to Rab Fulton’s novel ‘Marcus Marcus and the Hurting Heart’, a ghostly murder mystery set in the distant future. Inspired by Sophocles – with a nod to Erle Stanley Gardner and Douglas Adams – it is a tale of treachery and blood…We’ll be posting two chapters of his new novel on the Independent every week
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Scotland v Wales, Six Nations, Saturday 12 February, 5pm
Back Scotland with a 14pt start at Evs, generally available
Not much football to go at over the next couple of days so it’s a good chance to take a look at the RBS Six Nations Rugby Union clashes coming up. England have been heavily backed to beat [...]
Thus the reporting of the Iraq Inquiry hearings ends, as it began, with distortion. The Evening Standard puts this headline on the former Foreign Secretary’s evidence:
Jack Straw: I told Tony Blair days before Iraq invasion not to send British troops
At least intelligent readers can work out for themselves that the headline does not reflect the [...]
I can offer no snippets about the private life of Craig Oliver, the Prime Minister’s new head of communications. But I can make two observations.
1. He was responsible for the BBC’s election night programme. I can remember Andrew Neil on a boat (right). I can remember giving up on the BBC’s coverage because Sky, ITV [...]
At their very impressive economic briefing this morning analysts from the Institute for fiscal Studies and Barclays suggested that inflation was more of a danger than the Treasury and the Bank of England might think – because so much of the potential ability of the economy to produce goods and services was wiped out in the recession.
David Cameron did it last week, so Lloyd Evans, who provides the best review of Prime Minister’s Questions for the Spectator, could be forgiven for it this week. They both referred to the House of Commons as the “mother of parliaments”.
England is the mother of parliaments.
But Evans captured the essence of today’s unusually consensual exchanges [...]
Luis Suarez will make his Liverpool debut tonight against Stoke and could make an instant impact. The Reds new no.7, who celebrated his 24th birthday last month, has moved at a good stage in his career.
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