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Limitless: Exclusive Gala Premiere, Film

Limitless: Exclusive Gala Premiere

Bradley Cooper and Robert De Niro star in Limitless, a paranoia-fueled action thriller.

By | Film | Tuesday, 15 March 2011 at 5:18 pm

MovieWatch – Exclusive: Out This Week 16-03-11, Film

MovieWatch – Exclusive: Out This Week 16-03-11

Get comfortable because we’re about to take you on an Exclusive tour of the biggest movie hitting up your multiplex this week with the MovieWatch

By | Film | Tuesday, 15 March 2011 at 5:10 pm

The forgotten children of Tahrir Square, Notebook

The forgotten children of Tahrir Square

The police are back on street corners, guns slung over their shoulders.  They were forced out during the revolution, but have been instructed to return to duties. Children clothed in dirty t-shirts and sandals sell packets of tissue paper out of cardboard boxes.  A man who can’t walk drags himself across the pavement past a [...]

By | Notebook | Tuesday, 15 March 2011 at 2:33 pm

Listen to your doctor about a hernia but not the NHS, Eagle Eye

Listen to your doctor about a hernia but not the NHS

So, doctors have voted in favour of calling on the Government to scrap its plans for overhauling the NHS.
In a motion put to an emergency meeting of the British Medical Association today GPs and consultants called for a “halt to the proposed top-down reorganisation of the NHS”.
Now, maybe I’m too cynical, but to my mind [...]

By | Eagle Eye | Tuesday, 15 March 2011 at 2:27 pm

For every Yemeni death, President Saleh digs his grave a little deeper, Notebook

For every Yemeni death, President Saleh digs his grave a little deeper

When the President of a country and the head of his security forces have the same surname, you know there is a problem. When the Yemeni police attacked demonstrators camped out in Tagheer Square on Saturday, they signed the resignation papers of Ali Abdullah Saleh.
Yesterday, the killing continued with police firing live [...]

By | Notebook | Tuesday, 15 March 2011 at 12:58 pm

Christian aid: a poisoned chalice, The Foreign Desk

Christian aid: a poisoned chalice

In yet another unsurprisingly misguided statement that assumes all the absent moral integrity that has defined his superiors and his predecessors, Cardinal Keith O’Brien managed to mischaracterize Christian aid, defame UKaid and completely undermine western policy in the Middle East in one speech yesterday. Not bad for a morning’s work.

By | The Foreign Desk | Tuesday, 15 March 2011 at 12:36 pm

World of weather, Notebook

World of weather

i’s daily weather update

By | Notebook | Tuesday, 15 March 2011 at 12:14 pm

Today from <i>i</i>: crunch time in the orchard, Notebook

Today from i: crunch time in the orchard

Today’s graphic from i

By | Notebook | Tuesday, 15 March 2011 at 12:10 pm

Caught & Social: Forest brings out stars, Notebook

Caught & Social: Forest brings out stars

Daily gossip from the world of celeb

By | Notebook | Tuesday, 15 March 2011 at 11:44 am

Why Birmingham is in crisis and its future bleak, Eagle Eye

Why Birmingham is in crisis and its future bleak

Andrew Adonis, the former education and transport secretary, who now runs an impressive think tank called the Institute for Government is taking a trip to Birmingham tonight – with an uncomfortable message for Britain’s second city.
In a speech to businessmen he will describe how Birmingham is now in “crisis”. A version of what he’ll say [...]

By | Eagle Eye, Notebook | Tuesday, 15 March 2011 at 11:15 am

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