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From the casual, Boy George, in the Daily Mail:
The crime you would commit knowing you could get away with it: I’d break into Tony Blair’s office and find out why he got Britain into the Iraq war.
To the vicious, Brian Reade, in the Mirror:
Like Wendi Deng, I too miss Tony Blair. Not so much his “piercing [...]
It’s fair to say, I’ve had a number of speed bumps in the road of life recently and to be honest I’m a bit bored of them!
When you’re young, I think you think that by the time you’re, say, 36, you’ll have it all figured out: love, family, money, career, that important fundamental kind of stuff. Not necessarily all perfect, white-picket-fence sorted, but perhaps at least a muddy-brown splintered gate sorted.
David Cameron has just made his biggest intervention yet in the fight over Scottish independence. This may or may not prove to be a good idea.
The PM is a skilled public speaker, but his party’s image in Scotland remains pestilential*, not helped by Cameron’s own background. Unfair though it is, he’s a gift to nationalists [...]
For any of you reading this, familiar with Marylebone in central London, it is quite likely you will have seen Rufus, adored by locals and tourists who sadly died in his sleep on Monday evening
Betfair’s ‘Belief Barometer’ can monitor the betting behaviour of fans of individual clubs. And the pattern emerging is that fans of both Welsh clubs in the Premier League are losing the faith.
Here’s a mischievous thought: what if the Treasury’s dodgy graphical practices were applied to some key public finance charts?
Rather taken with this cover for Viking’s The Poetry of Sex, I’ve decided to build an A-Z of book covers with single letter-led designs. Some are easy. Some harder. Some are great. Some less so. Can you help me fill the gaps?
This isn’t a great graph: best I could do quickly with Google Spreadsheet. But it shows those intending to vote Yes in all the polls on Scottish independence since January 2102 (when the referendum question was settled).
The figure is the percentage, excluding don’t knows, who say they will vote Yes. The horizontal time line is [...]
Jane Ray is one of Britain’s foremost children’s book illustrators and a keen storyteller, as Rebecca Davies finds out
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