I was pleased to see that Bianca Jagger on BBC1 Question Time last night (right) supported military action in Libya. Ken Livingstone comprehensively lost the argument as the only supporter of a bloodbath in Benghazi on a panel that included Rory Stewart, a self-confessed wobbly Conservative.
The case for the limited use of military force is [...]
Produced by the team behind Disney’s A Christmas Carol and The Polar Express, Mars Needs Moms showcases nine-year-old Milo’s (Seth Green) quest to save his mom (Joan Cusack) from Martians.
For decades thirteen year old girls (and boys) have made up dance routines to their favourite songs, singing into a hairbrush with stars in their eyes. These performances are meticulously rehearsed and then given to adoring family members in the living room. The audience’s reviews centre on how adorable it all is, and how horribly [...]
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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
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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 [...]
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