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Moving rapidly to budget surplus makes us more v...
Vennart Interview and album stream: ‘This album is more focused on vocals and guitar rather than pounding your head and complex riffs’
In February 2011 after 12 years, 4 albums and 3 ...
Our Online House Hunter weighs up the pros and cons of buying a brand new home…
David McMillan is known for escaping from the infamous Klong Prem prison in Bangkok. As one of the world’s most notorious drug smugglers who has seen the highs and lows of an illicit career path, he discusses his present attitude to drugs and the law after a life of crime.
Life seems perfect for John Brennan until his wife, Lara, is arrested for a gruesome murder she says she didn’t commit.
Peterborough v Milton Keynes, League One play-offs
Lay under 1.5 goals at 4.6 to one with Betfair
I played cautious in the first leg between these teams in case the manager’s wanted to sound each other out before the real business tonight. I should have known better. Peterborough just continued in their normal gung-ho fashion, scoring [...]
Figures released today reveal that overall unemployment has fallen to 2.46 million, but the most worrying statistic is the jobless rate for young people reaching 20%.
Uh oh. David Cameron has recklessly upset the lizard people from the lower levels of the fourth dimension who run the Daily Mail. Look at this exchange at Prime Minister’s Questions today:
Sir Peter Tapsell (Louth and Horncastle) (Con): Now that there is to be a full investigation into the abduction or murder of Madeleine McCann, [...]
I do not normally do sport, apart from American football. I have a particular aversion to tennis, until they abolish the babyish second-service rule. And I have never heard of Novak Djokovic. But this, asked by Irish website The Score, is good enough to be number 611 in my series of Questions to Which the Answer is [...]
With the Monster Extreme freestyle tour kicking off in the next few days, we thought it would be a good idea to catch up with the stars that will be performing, like Nate Adams and Chris Birch, when they came to London’s Dockland arena to have a play about. I also get to show you just how bad I am at this incredible new sport…
This reminds me of last December’s conflagration over Vince Cable’s comments about taking on Rupert Murdoch. Labour-supporters gleefully called for the Business Secretary to be sacked, apparently oblivious to the fact that, in undermining Cable, they were strengthening the hand of the Chancellor in relation to the banks.
A real quandary on Sunday. It doesn’t happen very often, but every two years or so I get a phone call from the sports desk saying “Forget the rugby for once, we need you for football.”
It’s not as flattering as it sounds. The reason was that everybody else was still on their way back from [...]
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