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UKIP, the SNP and the Greens cut through all the...
There are huge positives to take from the Smiley Culture demonstration on Saturday. An under-represented section of society took to the streets to demand freedom, justice and an end to police brutality. Two and a half thousand people, over-whelming Afro-Carribbean, of all ages, marched with pride, determination and joy in their hearts. No arrests were made; the people were organised, united and refusing to be silent.
QPR v Derby, Championship, tonight 7.45pm
First goal odds, Lay a goal in the first ten minutes at 5-1 with Betfair
There have been early goals in the last two QPR games but I’m prepared to bet that there won’t be tonight. Prior to Taarabt’s first minute strike against Barnsley and Hulse’s seventh minute goal against Scunthorpe, [...]
I give up, when such a talented and intelligent a statesman as John Reid is reduced to spouting rubbish about electoral reform (“above all AV is not British”) just because he is on the same platform as the Prime Minister doing the same.
The column I wrote in November pronouncing the death of the Alternative Vote [...]
Forget Arsene Wenger’s immature touch-line tantrum.
Liverpool’s late, late equaliser cannot mask the profound flaw of Arsenal’s side. A consistent, muscular, no-nonsense force in central defence is so desperately needed in red and white colours. Only after splashing some cash on a back-line marshal will the North Londoners be able to play with substance as well [...]
Luke Wilkins tests out the latest mid range naked sports bike from Kawasaki, but does it live up the R badge stuck on its tank?
Introducing English Frank, a UK rapper who currently has the online world eating out of the palm of his hand due to impressive wordplay and complex delivery. After accumulating hundreds of thousands of YouTube views in just a few months, does this south Londoner really have what it takes to last in today’s UK music scene? Joseph ‘JP’ Patterson finds out…
I may be very, very wrong on this, but the vibes I’m picking up in Washington at the IMF’s spring session is not encouraging for Gordon Brown’s bid to become boss of the IMF. Here are some reasons why Mr Brown is not best placed to succeed Dominique Strauss-Kahn
House prices are remaining static. And they’re also volatile. Our Online House Hunter tries to sort out the confusion in house price surveys.
What with Avatar and the ensuing 16 month wave of “tentpole” movies selling their flimsy plot premises on the back of hi-tech 3D jiggery-pokery, it’s comforting to report the imminent arrival of a fresh wave of Hollywood films designed to appeal to the committed luddites among us.
The puppet will be returning to cinemas in a [...]
1.6 million people in the UK suffer from an Eating Disorder. That’s over half the population of Wales.
It’s also almost definitely a massive underestimation; secrecy comes hand in hand with living with an Eating Disorder so many cases go undetected. Many others slip through the net due to mis-diagnosis, naivity and quite simply, a huge [...]
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