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Just in case George Osborne does it in his Budget next week, I’ll say it here so that I can say I said it. (If he doesn’t, no one will remember.) The news that Surrey University has decided that it, too, is “exceptional” and will therefore charge the maximum £9,000-a-year tuition fee, has made me [...]
“Don’t stop believing. Hold on to that feeling!!” One wonders whether Phil Brown has been amplifying the sound of that memorable refrain by Journey in the Preston dressing room this week.
North End are desperately seeking to avoid relegation yet the omens appear poor, for a mere glimpse at the table shows their status as being [...]
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“I make street music, and I’m proud to say it. I’m from the streets, I’m still broken, I still don’t have f**k all, so that’s what I talk about because it’s my life. Just real life street music.” – Exo.
Hailing from Harlesden, Exo has gradually worked his way up the UK rap tree to become [...]
As I pass through the airport security in Manama, my passport is stamped; “BAHRAIN – GOOD FOR BUSINESS”. Huge posters line the wall, asking visitors if the Middle-East is part of their “expansion plan”. But unfortunately for the Khalifa monarchy, the sheen is wearing off the shiny image.
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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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