Ed Miliband’s speech in Nottingham today, a copy of which is on Politics Home before it is on the Labour Party website, repeats the dreadful theme of the “cost of living crisis”.
Maybe it is because I is a Tory, although Peter Hoskin at the Tory Spectator describes it as an “analysis” that has “the benefit [...]
The school where all my children were introduced to the education system and where my wife chairs the Board of Governors is fighting a losing battle against closure. Not permanent closure – closure for a day, the day being 5 May. The school is used in local elections as a polling station, but there are [...]
Michael Kim, speaks to ESPN’s NHL analyst Barry Melrose about the tense final weeks of the NHL regular season.
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A friend writes in response to my previous post, in which I said:
Suppose China or Russia had vetoed resolution 1973, rather than abstained. Would that make military action that would otherwise be morally right, to avert explicitly-threatened carnage, and supported by the Arab League, morally wrong?
Quite. This is exactly why the argument over the [...]
The parents of a girl who was killed by a savage dog are granted the opportunity to spend three days with their deceased daughter.
Tomorrow, When The War Began follows the journey of eight high school friends in a remote country town whose lives are suddenly and violently upended by war that no one saw coming.
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Based on Charlotte Bronte’s classic novel, the romantic drama stars Mia Wasikowska (Alice in Wonderland) and Michael Fassbender (X-Men: First Class) in the lead roles under the director of Cary Fukunaga (Sin Nombre).
I was pleased to see that Bianca Jagger on BBC1 Question Time last night (right) supported military action in Libya. Ken Livingstone comprehensively lost the argument as the only supporter of a bloodbath in Benghazi on a panel that included Rory Stewart, a self-confessed wobbly Conservative.
The case for the limited use of military force is [...]
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