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When Michael Schumacher crossed the finish line at the Catalunya circuit in the Spanish Grand Prix in 2004, he was on the way to picking up his seventh world championship title. It was his fifth consecutive win of the season and Ferrari had once again proved their dominance in motor racing’s flagship sport.
Yesterday morning, as the minarets of Tehran chimed the start of morning prayers, Iranian police were tearing thousands of satellite dishes from the roofs of houses and offices across the countries capital, in the most blatant act of disregard for civil rights since internet restrictions began in 2009.
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Fine contribution to my series of Questions to Which the Answer is No from Huffington Post: number 613.
The sample (right) proves my point.
Meanwhile, my attention has been drawn to this letter to The Daily Telegraph on Saturday:
SIR – I am reminded of an after-dinner game in which guests score points for coming up with a question to [...]
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Back Novak Djokovic at 2.9 with Betfair
Testament to the changing of the guard in world tennis is that you can back 2009 champion Roger Federer at 18-1 to win the French Open. The betting is dominated by world No1 and five times winner Rafael Nadal; and world No2 Novak Djokavic, who is on [...]
For the last session of the Blair Government class at Queen Mary, University of London, the students went to see their subject himself at his London office on Friday. This year’s students were eight when Tony Blair became Prime Minister. (Also in the photograph are some of the postgraduates who help with the course and [...]
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