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Never mind the innuendo, this, asked by Michael Crick, Newsnight’s political editor, is number 395 in my series of Questions to Which the Answer is No. I must admit that I assumed, when David Cameron in his conference speech today quoted Ed Balls, that he had distorted the shadow shadow chancellor’s meaning:
Ed Balls, the man [...]
As Google learned from their Android experience, no matter how great your services are, sometimes you just have to go ahead and let other companies give you a helping hand getting them to market, especially when it comes to physical products. Tonight, it’s Logitech’s turn to help bring the search giant’s dream to life, with [...]
Tony Blair used to have some fun with John Prescott – but at least he never stood up before a Labour Party conference and called him a fat git.
Obvious from Theresa May on Newsnight last night, Iain Duncan Smith in The Independent this morning and Eric Pickles on ITV News just now that the Cabinet was not consulted about the decision to abolish child benefit for higher-rate income-tax payers.
But where oh where are the Peter Hennessys, Henry Porters, Peter Obornes and all the [...]
Only one thing wrong with the Grand Final. It was the same thing that was wrong with Wembley and it is not something you can legislate against – you knew who was going to win a bit too early.
Wigan ensured that with the way they started and Saints simply had no answer.
I never thought I [...]
According to the right, rich women should be encouraged, through the benefits system, to stay at home and have children rather than work. But poor women should be encouraged, through the benefits system, to stop producing offspring and to get a job.
In one of the small variations from the speech he gave to Conservative conference last year, the year before that and the year before that, Michael Gove, the Education Secretary, played Classic Canon Bingo with his admiring audience yesterday.
Most Tory representatives had ticked off each name and were shouting “House!” by the time he got [...]
This week’s row over child benefit has revealed some striking examples of hypocrisy from commentators and politicians.
I’ve never felt as worried for the future of the music business as I did last night, sitting in the ballroom of London’s Dorchester Hotel.
Diners at the Broadcast Music Inc’s annual bash were treated to what was intended to be a celebration of the European songs that performed best last year on American radio and [...]
Many’s the time I’ve considered reporting a taxi driver for attempted murder during my commute, so I can’t imagine this story from yesterday’s Evening Standard will surprise many London cyclists. Cut up by a taxi in Oxford Street, 39-year-old Jared Kelly crashed his bike into the back of the vehicle. The furious cabbie leapt out, [...]
By Tim Walker | | Wednesday, 6 October 2010 at 12:25 pm
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