A National Art Pass has been launched by art charity The Art Fund in a bid to finance new acquisitions for galleries and museums nationwide.
The pass, which costs £35 for adults, gives users half-price entry to exhibitions at the country’s best-known institutions, including the British Museum, Tate Modern and National Gallery of Scotland.
The Fund, which [...]
If I ever revive the Banned List – and I am on the cusp – one of the first phrases to go on it will be social mobility. Nick Clegg last week made a speech and published a document on the subject. Faisal Islam at Channel 4 News summed up the Government’s new “strategy” thus:
1. Rename [...]
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The Catalan Dragons’ last couple of results really do represent the biggest shift in Super League so far this season.
To fly over and beat Warrington was one thing; to stay here, eating our funny food and listening to our strange accents, for five days and then beat Wigan was something else again.
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Plenty of people think it hopelessly pretentious to take any interest in the quality of what you drink. A friend was recently in a pub when he was accosted by a fellow punter whilst having a look to see what was on the handpumps. ‘What does it matter?’ he was asked. ‘It’s all beer, isn’t [...]
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Schalke v Inter Milan, Champions League, tonight 7.45pm
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Schalke’s 5-2 win in Milan in the first leg goes down as THE shock of the knock-out stages. The Germans had picked up slightly under their new manager, but nothing to suggest they could demolish the champions at the San Siro, [...]
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