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According to Dominic Lawson: “The worst excesses of child-abuse within the world-wide Catholic Church occurred within regions where the Church had most control over the politicians”
Sam Allardyce’s comments that he would win the title every year if he were the manager of a club such as Chelsea or Real Madrid were met with widespread ridicule.
The Blackburn manager went as far as to back-track somewhat this week, suggesting the comments were tongue in cheek in response to a question of whether [...]
The fact that T Mobile are now pushing the Android Froyo update to the HTC Desire in the UK will mean absolutely nothing to the majority of people, and rightly so.
Good issue of Prospect magazine just out. Apart from the cartoons (my favourite, right), it has a serious review of Tony Blair’s A Journey by David Goodhart, the editor. I’ve been surprised by how so few reviewers have engaged with the arguments in Blair’s book as opposed to drivelling on about the trivia. Not even the [...]
One thing to remember about Facebook’s new geolocation service Places is that it’s not just limited to a user’s newsfeed or wall; using the API, developers can tap into user check-ins to produce all kinds of new features built on top of the service. The most interesting I’ve seen is Nearby Friends, a project created [...]
Columbia, Irrational Games’ flying city created for BioShock: Infinity (the third game in the first-person franchise), is really beginning to take shape — as is self-evident in this must watch 10 minute gameplay demo.
Of all the sad and predictable problems to have emerged over Delhi’s ill-fated preparations for this year’s Commonwealth Games, one detail that caught the eye of many yesterday was the revelation that a number of the apartments that are supposed to house the athletes had been soiled by human excrement. One grisly report suggested that [...]
Forget witchcraft. There’s one toxic issue that Christine O’Donnell REALLY doesn’t want you to know about her past.
She dabbled in public relations for Mel Gibson.
The sullied name of Hollywood’s Jew-bashing, girlfriend-baiting star was removed from the Tea Party pin-up’s resume, the moment that the Republican National Committee got its hands on her website following her [...]
Twitter employees are a rarity this side of the Atlantic, so it was no surprise to see a healthy crowd for this morning’s opening session “Twitter and Advertising: An engaging conversation” at digital media conference AdTech.
Twitter Product Manager Shiva Rajaraman was entertaining but fairly quiet on a lot of questions put to him by the [...]
There’s no place like home. Spain offers the riches of Real Madrid and the splendour of Barcelona. While Italy clearly have titans like Internazionale and Milan. And the skill on show at these chapels of European football invites songs of praise from watching hordes. Yet the most exciting, hair-raising drama unfolds on these shores.
La Liga [...]
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