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Villareal v Porto, Europa League, semi-final second leg
Lay under 2.5 goals at 6/4 with Betfair
This game should be a lot of fun. Villareal looked like they were cruising at half time in the first leg, and then it all went wrong in the second 45 minutes as they lost 5-1. It means the [...]
An unrepeatable opportunity for those of you who just cannot get enough of the referendum debate about the Alternative Vote. A chance to hear Alan Renwick, author of the acclaimed Political Studies Association guide to the subject (pdf), Robert Colvile, Comment Editor for The Sunday Telegraph who looks about 16 and is an anti, and [...]
A 16-year-old who was raised by her father to be the perfect assassin is dispatched on a mission across Europe, tracked by a ruthless intelligence agent and her operatives.
What has that champion of localism, the Prime Minister, done? Has he allowed local authorities to raise and retain more money locally as Sir Simon Milton recommended? No he has frozen council tax.
Based on the acclaimed bestseller, Water For Elephants is an unexpected romance in a uniquely compelling setting starring Reese Witherspoon and Robert Pattinson.
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Fresh out of university, I chose to pursue a career in politics. I knew working for an MP didn’t pay well. But I was young and idealistic: what was important was doing something where I felt I was making a difference to people’s lives, helping to bring about positive change.
But, too often, I became disillusioned [...]
So: Barcelona 1, Real Madrid 1. In the immortal words of the C&C Music Factory, this match was one of the things that make you go “Hmmmm”. I can’t help that think that, when football’s historians return to ponder this fixture, their verdict will be a slight frown and a brief stroke of the chin.
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So, another coach hung out to dry, with Hull’s Richard Agar fined the not inconsiderable amount of £6000 – half of it suspended – for pointing out that James Child is not a very good referee.
Agar’s offence was to claim that Child was “100 per cent” responsible for his side’s defeat by Castleford. Now, obviously [...]
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