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A belated footnote to the exchange I had with Matt Chorley, my brilliant colleague, in the pages of The Independent on Sunday about Nick Clegg. The feature arose because, after the Deputy Prime Minister’s interview with Jemima Khan in the New Statesman in which he said he sometimes cried listening to music, some of the [...]
Set in a medieval village that is haunted by a werewolf, a young girl falls for an orphaned woodcutter, much to her family’s displeasure.
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The best bet in the Champions League games tonight might be to expect plenty of bookings in the Man United v Chelsea clash. We called the first game right, laying over 3.5 goals in a game that looked open on paper, but produced just one goal in practice.
I’ve never heard the Chancellor compared to Goldilocks before. Yet here at the IMF Spring Meeting in Washington the Fund’s chief economist, Olivier Blanchard, did just that. Though he did not mention Mr Osborne by name he clearly had him in mind when he advocated “smart fiscal consolidation that is neither too fast, which could kill growth, nor too slow, which would kill credibility”.
My local newsletter devotes most of a page to helping readers begin litigation against nearby homeowners who happen to be annoying them.
The Independent Commission on Banking can’t have it both ways. If cross-subsidy of different banking operations in times of trouble is a good thing, why is the Commission recommending ring-fencing?
First the Daily Mail, now Paul Waugh. Doing it on purpose. Trying to get into the world-famous list of Questions to Which the Answer is No. It is a good question, though, even if the MLK connection is so tenuous you can see through it. Number 569.
Keith Harris, the chairman of the investment bank Seymour Pierce and the man who brokered billionaire takeovers at Premier League clubs Chelsea, Aston Villa, Manchester City and elsewhere, has revealed that he has advised Liverpool and Everton to groundshare.
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