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Although a recent addition to the summer schedule, Hop Farm guarantees interest this year with an impressive line-up squeezed into just two days. Dominated by rock dinosaurs – from Bob Dylan, Van the Man and Blondie, to Kinks frontman Ray Davies, and Peter Green of Fleetwood Mac fame – the line-up also sees a [...]
Few things during the last decade – with the exception, perhaps, of discovering that you’ve got type 2 diabetes – have been quite as consistently irritating as the debate surrounding whether a Mac is better than a PC, or vice versa. I’ve known of many pointless arguments in my time, including a memorable occasion when [...]
This is not good news for the OBR’s credibility. Economic forecasting is more like an art than a science. And when it comes to art, it is the skill of the artist that matters. A change in personnel is a big deal.
When, asks Blair Supporter, did The Journey become A Journey? Before and after:
At the risk of coming over like some bike evangelist (I’m not – from a purely selfish perspective I’d quite like the roads not to get any more crowded) I’m following up last week’s Government stats, which showed safety in numbers is making the roads safer than ever, with a new study by Dutch scientists [...]
YouGov has put up the details of its poll on the Alternative Vote, and Anthony Wells has an excellent summary here. The key points:
People were given six arguments for AV and six arguments against, and for each one asked if they thought it was an effective or ineffective argument. At the end they were asked [...]
So in November I asked a couple of my literary-minded colleagues to recommend some short stories to me. It’s not a form I’d particularly explored, bar a couple of forays as a teenager, so I’ve found the experience somewhat thrilling. I’ve read, I reckon, a modest 100 since the winter and I’m trying to work [...]
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If you ain’t Dutch then you ain’t much so here’s five tips from the Netherlands on how England can improve on a disappointing World Cup.
Winning mentality: Its perhaps a little harsh on Robert Green to say that one blunder set the tone for England’s World Cup campaign. It must be remembered though that before his [...]
After forlorn hopes of recreating England’s World Cup success in ‘66, the nation has moved on to its other favourite topic: the weather, and equally forlorn thoughts of a repeat of the ‘76 heatwave and drought.
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