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In the highly anticipated next chapter of THE TWILIGHT SAGA, the newfound married bliss of Bella Swan and vampire Edward Cullen is cut short when a series of betrayals and misfortunes threatens to destroy their world.
There’s an old Doonesbury cartoon about the Iran hostage crisis. One of the students holding US Embassy staff prisoner is about to be interviewed, and the presenter warns viewers “not to be taken in by attempts to use the medium of television to elicit sympathy”. His opening words are “Death to Carter”.
There are six Euro qualifiers tonight and there may be a touch of value to be had. Luxembourg used to be one of the whipping boys of European football, but although bottom of Group D they have tightened things up somewhat and are conceding at less than two per game.
So now we are sending Apache jets to bomb Libyan civilians. An escalation in yet another bloody NATO war. Or, in the words of Colonel Jason Etherington, “it just brings something else to the party.”
Is the buy-to-let market about to enjoy a revival? Online House Hunter Alan Cleaver sees if there’s money in “them there hills”.
Birmingham grime native, RTKAL, has been milling around the music scene for a couple of years, working hard on a number of mixtapes and tirelessly creating energy-infused vibes in raves and shows. In recent times, he’s performed with OGz front man, P Money, creating a renewed hype around the previously described dead grime scene.
With the sun being out in such abundance on Saturday, a trip to Hyde Park was in order. Families were out enjoying picnics with the kids, people took trips out into the lake on paddle boats, and friends gathered together to enjoy the weather and each other’s company.
It was late afternoon, and I decided to [...]
John Redwood seems to argue that disaster for the global economy could have been averted if central banks had raised interest rates more slowly. That’s a big and quixotic claim.
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