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I will post some of your contributions to the Banned List, from the comments, via Twitter and by email, over the coming period.* I now have easily enough objectionable words and phrases for a second 100.
But first, some preliminaries.
Heidi Corbally in the comments on yesterday’s Independent article says that “I’m not going to lie” is her [...]
Two teaching unions, the National Union of Teachers (NUT) and the Association of Teachers and Lecturers (ATL) – but not the UK’s largest, the NAS/UWT; and not Scotland’s largest, the Educational Institute of Scotland – vote for a one day strike. They’re joined by the Public and Commercial Services union (PCS, whose membership is about 60% of the civil service).
Lucas is a 19-year-old university student. Lucas was arrested for standing up for the rights of Palestinians. Lucas is a Jewish American.
The 1st June is an Israeli national holiday known as “Jerusalem day” and celebrates the capture and “reunification” of Jerusalem following the 1967 war.
With Israel being the only democracy in the Middle East, Lucas [...]
The bank’s decision to offer no-quibble compensation to those to whom it mis-sold payment protection insurance policies is an honourable move.
This weekend saw the weather dictate the state of affairs in the MotoGP and Formula 1, and wasn’t it fantastic?
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A well-known Danish brewery once advertised its product with the slogan, “so good the Danes hate to see it leave’. British drinkers might feel the same way about a 70-ft clipper which is expected to dock in St Petersburg tomorrow.
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Ban Ki-Moon has suggested that he can only establish an international investigation if the Sri Lankan government consents, It would be a sad day for the authority of the Secretary General if he could only authorise investigations approved by the government under scrutiny.
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