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David Cameron’s loss of temper with Ed Balls, who was barracking him at Prime Minister’s Questions, instantly turned an unmemorable session into one that will enter the folklore.
On the substance of the clash between the principals, I thought Ed Miliband got the better of the Prime Minister on tuition fees, but lost on police numbers. [...]
There are those who will tell you that positions mean little in modern rugby league.
Certainly, players are more interchangeable than they ever were, but there is still such a thing as finding the right role within a team.
Two good examples at the weekend…
Salford have played Stefan Ratchford just about everywhere but prop, but against the [...]
So myself and Alan decided to pop along to the Dainese & AGV 2011 Clothing range launch, and see what they have in store for you guys and gals this year!
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In a bizarre twist to our continuing preoccupation with online identity, a new start up company is claiming to uniquely improve a man’s cyber credentials.
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The fervor surrounding the Ashes pales into insignificance compared to any India v Pakistan cricket match (even the prime ministers of both countries are attending), and with a place in the Cricket World Cup Final up for [...]
Anyhow, my purpose in trying to get to grips with deficit reduction plans was to strengthen my defences against my admirable colleague, Steve Richards, who in his column in The Independent today urges Ed Miliband and Ed Balls to reject my advice:
They must not fall into the trap of apologising for the level of spending [...]
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