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Games review roundup: Medal of Honor; Front Mission Evolved; John Daly’s ProStroke Golf; Just Dance 2
A weekly review roundup of the newest games available, this week featuring military manouvers in Medal of Honor; Wanzer crushing in Front Mission Evolved; a par for the course from John Daly’s ProStroke Golf and a lounge-based disco with Just Dance 2.
Whilst many young people are making active choices that are right for them, far too many young people can’t access contraception easily and many come to Brook unsure if they had sex or consented to it, without the confidence to take control of their sexual lives.
The National Institute for Clinical Excellence (NICE) recently recommended that antenatal care should be provided inside the school gates.
This represents more than a pragmatic recognition that a small number of teenagers get pregnant and have babies.
I was waiting for Gavyn Davies’s commentary on the Spending Review, and, lo and behold, it takes the form of number 405 in my series of Questions to Which the Answer is No.
If you’ve ever been to a football match, there’s a good chance you’ve taken part in some form of abusive chanting. I know I’ve called more than one ref a w***** and more than a few players something much much worse. But after watching this I might think twice.
The historian Dominic Sandbrook argues in the Daily Mail today that history has vindicated Philip Snowden’s notorious September 1931 emergency Budget, in which the then Chancellor (pictured) cut unemployment benefits at the height of the Great Depression.
A look ahead to UFC 121’s eagerly anticipated heavyweight title clash between Brock Lesnar and Cain Velasquez.
It was new England captain James Graham who spelt out the difference between this trip and the World Cup two years ago. “Then there was a lot of hype and expectation. This time nobody expects anything of us.”
HTC HD7 review:
There are half a dozen smartphones released on the Windows Phone 7 platform on day one, with more to follow. Which should you choose?
It’s a sexist question rather like the old chestnut raised by the kind of comics raised in working men’s clubs – why aren’t women funny? I only ask it because I’ve just come hot foot from the annual Comment Awards at London’s RIBA, an event designed to celebrate the talents of Britain’s most influential press columnists.
By Ian Burrell | | Thursday, 21 October 2010 at 11:04 am
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