I am pleased to report that the Lord Keleny, Pedant in Chief, has ruled in my favour on the vexed issue of a plural smart phone. It’s BlackBerrys, not BlackBerries. As what I wrote, here and here.
But I had forgotten, if I had ever known, about the Kingdom of the Two Sicilies.
Update: And it also [...]
Only now catching up with business from last week: the statement by Theresa May, the Home Secretary, on counter-terrorism powers on 26 January (right).
It was quite widely reported, including before the event by me, that control orders would be renamed and made less effective. As it turned out, they were simply renamed (Terrorism Prevention and [...]
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It’s the great debate that’s been dogging Fifa for the past few years, the issue at the forefront of football and one that can’t be ignored any longer.
The World Cup was ruined by it and had the technology been around at the 1966 World Cup, history would have looked very different. Yes. It’s the snood.
What do West Ham, Wigan and Wolverhampton all have in common aside from all beginning with the 23rd letter of the alphabet and all being current occupants of the Premier League’s relegation zone?
They are also the only three Premier League sides so far unable to muster a point per game on average [...]
For a variety of reasons – Ole, ole – Chelsea fans will welcome Liverpool to Stamford Bridge this weekend.
Not least of them will be that in the Premier League, they’ve seen their team win a dozen times at home against Liverpool in 18 attempts. Chelsea’s record is the same against Tottenham but no other [...]
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It’s strange. A few weeks ago we were singing their praises after a historic victory over a disorganised Australia outfit. Yet what we must realise is that despite the tremendous rise up the Test rankings, the one-day side is still struggling much to the frustration of English fans.I don’t know about you, but it is rather difficult to perceive victory at the impending World Cup later this month.
A weekly roundup of our bite-size games reviews, this week featuring a world of superheroes in DC Universe Online; breakneck racing in Nail’d; yet more Necromorph meets plasma cutter action in a PS3 remake of Dead Space: Extraction and explosive action from Breach.
Below is Chris Geiger’s special World Record breaking newspaper feature.
Daily newspapers in dozens of countries around the world, supported Chris Geiger, by publishing the below feature. This enabled him to achieve a Guinness World Record, and more importantly created awareness on World Cancer Day.
World Cancer Day & Guinness World Record Feature.
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