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Tomorrow, on March 26th, hundreds of thousands are expected to march in London, to demonstrate against the government.
Our Online House Hunter reports on the property sector’s reaction to Wednesday’s Budget
Bristol Rovers v Peterborough, League One, kick off 7.45
Lay under 1.5 goals at 4-1 with Betfair
We lost by going for at least two goals in the Milton Keynes v Peterborough game on Monday night – but did any of you watch it? It was an absolutely brilliant match which was end to end [...]
Next month’s Prospect (not online) reports that Professor Sir Michael Barber, head of the Prime Minister’s Delivery Unit 2001-05, author of Instruction to Deliver and partner at McKinsey, has been recruited by Michael Gove to be the next permanent secretary at the Department of Education.
Unfortunately, this turns out not to be true. I know that Gove would [...]
“Is this big foot? New video emerges of ‘ape man’.”
I told you, the Daily Mail has rumbled me. They have realised what I am up to, and are now doing it on purpose.
Is that going to stop me?
Number 543. And 544.
Grateful to Hayes Thompson.
It is not normal to look at photographs of explosions and destruction and to celebrate. It is not logical for people to agree with spending hundreds of thousands of pounds to send jets half way around the world to drop bombs on another people’s country, whilst their family members lose their jobs and their local [...]
As you might have gathered from my textual analysis of the Budget speech for The Independent today, I disliked almost everything in it.
You would have thought that a Conservative such as George Osborne would understand (a) market economics and (b) the virtues of tax simplification. Indeed, his spinners presented him as the new Nigel Lawson, [...]
Dame Vivien Duffield – one of the “greatest philanthropists of all time” – has cemented her formidable reputation for charitable giving by donating £8.2m to arts organisations nationwide, it was announced this morning.
In an interview published this afternoon in the Evening Standard, Duffield revealed that she has given £400m in total in her philanthropic career, [...]
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