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UKIP, the SNP and the Greens cut through all the...
We have a ComRes opinion poll in The Independent on Sunday, shared with the Sunday Mirror, tomorrow.
This will give us a fix on the standing of the parties after the local and devolved elections and the referendum. Our last poll, carried out online rather than the telephone polls that ComRes runs concurrently for the daily [...]
It has been a busy time for the Banned List on the Twitter. Nominations for inclusion in the next edition are coming in at a steady rate. The Committee has been sitting in emergency session for several weeks now.
While the compilers work on a new list of Prohibited Clichés, here is something that Graydon Carter, the [...]
A second video game manufacturer has been hit by hackers, who have stolen personal information from around 80,000 fans and job hunters, it has emerged.
On Saturday the people of Haiti will mark a new chapter in their country’s history as Michael Martelly becomes the island nation’s 56th President.
It’s been a great few days for hyper-activity in Indian politics, but whether it will lead to much improvement in the way that different parts of the country are ungoverned is hard to say.
It’s hard to believe that today, one month ago, I finally realised after a week of anguish that I was going to run the London marathon despite a last minute injury. It feels like a lifetime ago.
Michael Kim speaks to ESPN America’s lead NHL analysts Barry Melrose and Matthew Barnaby about their thoughts on the NHL Conference Finals.
We got invited to the Honda Technology Institute in Slough to have a play with some new models…the CBR125, CBR250R, and the reworked Hornet, but the big story is the brand new version of the classic CBR600F. We put it through its paces and give you our first impression on just how well this new sports tourer fares
Julia (Belén Rueda), a woman suffering from degenerative sight disease, finds her twin sister Sara, who has already gone blind as a result of the same disease, hanged in the basement of her house. In spite of the fact that everything points to suicide, Julia decides to investigate what she intuitively feels is a murder case, entering a dark world that seems to hide a mysterious presence.
Families continue to be the ‘sponge’ absorbing much of the Government’s deficit reduction pain. Changes brought in last month have reduced support for families through the freezing of child benefit and a cut to the childcare tax credit. Combined with rising inflation, the squeeze on struggling families is increasingly apparent as families consider their household budgets and note declines in their bank balances.
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