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I admire Jemima Khan. Her guest-edited edition of the New Statesman recently was a triumph. But her comment in this week’s edition, in which several notables were asked if they regretted voting Liberal Democrat in last year’s general election, contains a crashing non sequitur:
I was very clear about who I did not want to vote [...]
Number 603 in my series of Questions to Which the Answer is No is asked by Fox TV, concerned about the appearance of two gay high-school couples in the latest instalment of Glee, which I believe to be a popular comedy drama series, although it may also contain elements of the oxymoron “reality show”. (Thanks [...]
A third cyber attack on the beleaguered technology company Sony is imminent, reports suggest.
As can be expected from an internet poll on The Independent and The i paper facebook pages, the majority of you intend to vote yes to AV. But you all have different motives for doing so.
This week saw El Clasico marathon come to an end. The twist of fate that pitted the Spanish rivals against one another in a run of four fixtures in just two-and-a-half-weeks had football fans purring at the prospect of what was to come.
Red carpet interviews with the stars of Attack The Block.
It’s, of course, deeply satisfying to see the disgusting demagogues of the American right lost for words. And it’s, of course, a good thing that a terrorist psycopath like Bin Laden has been taken out of action. But it’s dangerous for liberals to promote the narrative that dispatching bad guys burnishes a leader’s credentials.
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