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James Grant in this month’s Prospect has raised the issue again of the composition of the Supreme Court (new chamber, right), what we know of the judges’ ideological leanings, and whether we should have American-style confirmation hearings on their appointment.
Alexander Horne, in his paper last year on the problems of confirmation hearings for Supreme Court [...]
Despite its recent defeat in the Lords, the Government is determined to introduce elected Police and Crime Commissioners. Elected police chiefs were a key Tory policy, with which the Prime Minister is personally associated – and given what is happening to the health reforms Tory MPs are in no mood for a U-turn on policing. [...]
Anne Hathaway might be a member of the Hollywood A-list but supermodel Natalia Vodianova was the guest of honour at last night’s For Russia With Love party. The event, hosted by Sadie Frost at the W Hotel in London, was set up to launch a partnership between Vodianova’s Naked Heart Foundation and the W’s venue [...]
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Bulimia hovers in the background. Health implications are sometimes discussed, but largely, we don’t talk about Bulimia; we gloss over it, ignore it, section it off nicely and discuss Anorexia instead.
England v Switzerland, Euro 2012 Qualifiers, Saturday, kick off 4.45pm
Half Time Score Marke, Lay 0-0 at 2.7 to one with Betfair 0.5pts
Match Odds, England to win at 1.4 with Betfair 0.5pts
England won the reverse fixture 3-1 back in September when Wayne Rooney, Adam Johnson and Darren Bent all scored. They face something of an [...]
YouTube users are to be allowed to edit and use content uploaded by others for the first time after the site confirmed it was to introduce the popular Creative Commons license globally.
The kora, a 21-stringed harp, is one of West Africa’s – and Mali’s especially – finest cultural exports. The instrument is at the heart of the region’s tradition of hereditary court musicians or praise singers, known as griots, whose knowledge has been passed down through dozens of generations by word of mouth. The history of [...]
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