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Route Irish tells the story of Fergus (Mark Womack), a private security contractor who sets out to investigate the real reason behind his friend’s death in Iraq. A bleak tale, with some hard-hitting messages about the moral and political corruption in Iraq, director Ken Loach and Mark Womack speak about why torture is never justified and the implications of untreated Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.
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We are back in Premiership action tomorrow and although they drew 0-0 against AC Milan last week, I can’t see Spurs finishing with the same scoreline at White Hart Lane against the Hammers. The last time [...]
Why Paul Daley’s future could be most adversely affected by Zuffa’s purchase of Strikeforce. Plus, a preview to UFC 128’s mouth-watering clash between Mauricio ‘Shogun’ Rua and Jon Jones
It is said that the American system of government is so good because it was designed by geniuses to be run by idiots. Turner risks creating a system of regulation that can only be run by geniuses like him.
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The uncertainty over what is happening at the Fukushima plant is one thing. The constant earthquakes are another. But the worst thing about being in Tokyo right now, is not knowing what could happen; in other words, not knowing what a worst case scenario would look like. Without knowing, the imagination runs wild.
No one seems [...]
I was interested to see that George Osborne is thinking about combining tax and national insurance, starting with a review in the Budget. If he does succeed he will rightly go down in history as one of the great reforming chancellors.
My graphic of the UK’s chaotic system of taxation illustrates precisely what is wrong with [...]
I have been in Punta Del Este for just over a week now and still memories of the closest ever finish in solo round the world sailing keep flashing into my mind.
Jens Lehmann is easily mocked and derided. Not without reason, either. His first stint at Arsenal was littered with examples of him living up to his reputation as ‘Mad Jens’: running outside his area to intercept passes, sometimes with disastrous consequences; or getting into arguments seemingly just for the sake of it. Though often hysterical [...]
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