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Not everyone is looking forward to the Olympics. Incredible to relate, but plenty of people think next year’s sporting bonanza will be something of a waste of money at a time when, as we’re constantly reminded, Britain is teetering on the edge of bankruptcy.
There is a reason to be glad about 2012, though, even if [...]
By Will Hawkes | | Thursday, 28 April 2011 at 10:49 am
A cardinal rule of Britain’s unwritten constitutions is that the royals stay out of party politics. By class, upbringing, wealth and lifestyle they are not on the left. The Prince’s Trust would fit comfortably into the Blue Labour ideas of faith, flag and country and his work is pure Big Society. By contrast, Prince Charles’ [...]
At last the winner did more than avoid a coq-up.
The shortage of buyers is forcing ’serious sales’ tactics. Online House Hunter Alan Cleaver reports.
Benfica v Braga, Europa League semi-final first-leg
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This games sees the two remaining teams who dropped into the competition from Champions League stage go head to head. Braga finished third in Group H behind Shakhtar and Arsenal with three wins and three defeats; Benfica were beaten into third in [...]
The Hall of Famer looks ahead to UFC 129 as he brings down the curtain on one of the most decorated careers in mixed martial arts history
The Health Secretary has given an interview to Total Politics. I do not think it is unfair to quote the one substantial paragraph in full:
What people are frightened by is change and what people see is the security of the hierarchy of management. We are all very clear that if you are going to transfer [...]
Here is a Question to Which the Answer Was No from the Sunday before last. It doesn’t count, because it is from the Sunday Express, and the series was originally confined to questions in headlines in newspapers, which did not, in my taxonomy, include the Express or the Sunday Express.
However, it is worth recalling in [...]
The hot-headed young D’Artagnan, along with three former legendary but now down on their luck Musketeers, must unite and defeat a beautiful double agent and her villainous employer from seizing the French throne and engulfing Europe in war.
Gerard Houllier must put his health first. The Aston Villa manager is leaving hospital after suffering from chest pains. Gerard, 63, was admitted to Birmingham’s Queen Elizabeth Hospital Coronary unit last Wednesday. I was at Anfield when he was rushed to hospital during Liverpool’s 1-1 draw with Leeds in October 2001 when he was boss [...]
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