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For several weeks there has been a heated debate going on in Germany on the issue of immigration and the integration of migrants into German society.
A few weeks ago I felt moved and therefore obliged to write about the horrific news that a number of teens across America had committed suicide as a result of being bullied about their sexuality. The more I read when researching, the more upset I became and angry that our race can be so hurtful [...]
Great Guardian Headlines of Our Time #43. (And don’t you like that “admits”?) In fact, a whole bank of them, reeking of bias (and I don’t even like George Bush).
The top one is:
“George Bush’s memoirs reveal how he considered attacks on Iran and Syria”
(Translated: “… did his job”.)
And there is also:
“Iraq was the right thing [...]
Stoke manager Tony Pulis has been upset at some of the referee’s decisions in his team’s matches. He has a point.
Apple users tell how they lost valuable photographs after upgrading to Apple’s iPhoto ‘11 software.
The best publishing tale of the 90s comes from Jeremy Lewis who found himself one Thursday while an editor at Chatto with a bundle of notes, scribbles on the backs of envelopes and diagrams of family trees from one of his authors. ‘My book about the Indus,’ explained Imran Khan handing them over.
Some plays are simple and safe to advance only a few yards but Driscoll Middle School used an ingenious method of scoring a touchdown.
Rolls-Royce could be a massive story like the BP oil spill. Rolls-Royce is, basically , what’s left of British manufacturing and if it’s damaged then we can kiss goodbye to the sector, with all its skills and export earnings.
This week’s Culture Club focuses on Let Me In – the American remake of acclaimed Swedish vampire movie Let The Right One In.
I had missed out on tickets for Newcastle’s match with Arsenal the first time round and, having never been to the Emirates, I was a mite disappointed. So, when a bloke at work offered me his mate’s ticket a day or two before the game, I nearly snapped his arm off.
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