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It’s increasingly clear that the genocide tribunal in Cambodia – a court set up to investigate and prosecute senior members of the Khmer Rouge regime who were responsible for the deaths of unknown numbers of people – is in nothing less than a state of utter crisis.
As the biog says, I’m an ex-civil service Ministerial adviser. But you won’t be getting any revelations here – and not just because I was on the lowest rung of the “politically restricted” ladder.
Number 634 in the series of Questions to Which the Answer is No is asked by Carole Carson, a “fitness advocate” (“Occupation?” “Fitness advocate.”), at the Huffington Post, or, as this part of it seems to be called, AOL Healthy Living.
Thanks to Dan.
Also today I bring you number 633, from the automatic QTWTAIN generator:
We’re all [...]
Our Online House Hunter takes a quick tour of homes on sale for under £100,000.
While India’s politicians squabbled about the perceived rights and wrongs of M.F.Husain’s virtual exile from India, the country’s most famous and prolific artist was quietly buried in the UK on Friday, and then remembered yesterday at a London teatime memorial meeting – both events attended by relatives, friends and admirers of his work.
Namaz-e-Janaza (prayers) took [...]
A six-month nationwide series of events celebrating British culture is planned for Brazil from September 2012, according to a source at the Brazilian embassy in London.
The events are set to be curated by South Bank Centre chief Jude Kelly, and will include the cooperation of major British institutions including the British Museum, according to the [...]
Alastair Campbell last week described Labour as the “third most interesting party”. Well, there is one way that Labour people know to fix that problem, and that is to launch a coruscating civil war.
We have had the leak of the Ed Balls files (my column in The Independent on Sunday is a defence of the [...]
In the new paperback version of his memoirs, Tony Blair apparently scoffs at the idea that the 2008 meltdown – and subsequent public finance emergency – was a crisis of the market. Well, Vince Cable’s not scoffing at the idea: he’s embracing it.
At last, a Question to Which the Answer is No to which I can bring the authority of personal experience. As someone who has walked out of a Tarkovsky film, I can confidently say that this question, asked by Vanessa Thorpe in The Observer today, is number 630 in my series.
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