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To the extremely long list of things which are apparently too racy for American television viewers, we can now add the upper chest of the pop musician Katy Perry, which was today removed from a forthcoming edition of Sesame Street.
The programme’s makers announced that a duet Ms Perry recorded with the puppet Elmo, released on [...]
Some good stuff in the updated paperback edition of Andrew Rawnsley’s The End of the Party.
We suspected from reports at the time that Harriet Harman and Jack Straw might have been implicated in the failed plot by Patricia Hewitt and Geoff Hoon to force Gordon Brown out in January this year.
Steve Richards in his Whatever [...]
I think we’ve exhausted the football and political analogies in recent “Top of the posts” rundowns, so all I’ll say is that it’s getting very tasty in the duel battles for the Indy’s most read blogger and most read blog post.
Here are this week’s results (I think it would be best to read these aloud [...]
Under the bright lights at White Hart Lane on Tuesday evening, one of the shining gems on display was Jack Wilshere. The Arsenal midfielder who plays with chutzpah, the hard-working youngster who likes to pass and move and make his team groove, the roaring talent that helped tear Tottenham apart.
It is too early to tell [...]
Curious story about the Labour leadership in the Daily Telegraph today. Either I have become more incomputerate all of a sudden, or it is not on the internets yet.* But Andrew Porter, political editor, reports that one of the candidates has told the Telegraph that it was “very likely” that “they” would refuse to serve [...]
Get the banks to stop paying out dividends to shareholders and staff bonuses and use the funds instead to lend to creditworthy small businesses.
Two additions to the Banned List. Tom Harris, for whom I urge Labour MPs not to vote in the Shadow Cabinet election because he says he will give up blogging if elected, and Mark Wallace point out that action is not a verb. The Committee has approved that addition to the Banned List, as no [...]
Carling can rarely if ever have been responsible for a regional hangover of such proportions as the one clouding Merseyside today.
First Everton became the penalty shoot-out victims of League One Brentford in the Carling Cup on Tuesday. Now Liverpool are licking their wounds after going down to Northampton, a team from League [...]
Pete Wedderburn, the Telegraph vet, asks number 391 of my Questions to Which the Answer is No.
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