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Last Wednesday I was dodging green traffic lights and wobbly paving stones at the start of the A1 on a typical urban run. But by Friday afternoon I was running up a hill in three inches of snow, enjoying crystal clear skies with only the odd deer or cairn to distract me.
This was because I’d [...]
We look at the England team and think what lies around the corner for them. Will they produce heroics and rebuild their confidence after morale-crushing defeats to Ireland and Bangladesh? Or will the fans be left with another bitter taste in their mouths as the tournament reaches a premature end?
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Michael Kim, host of ESPN America’s SportsCenter, previews the climax of the NCAA basketball year – “March Madness”
I wish I could say I was astonished, or even mildly surprised, by Barrow getting shot of Garry Schofield after just five matches in charge.
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Paul Kenny, general secretary of the GMB union and a leading opponent of the Alternative Vote, got himself into an entertaining tangle on the Today programme this morning. It was put to him that the Labour Party uses AV for its internal elections, including the one that gave him his party back under the leadership [...]
Yesterday, Egypt’s State Security Investigation Service, or the “SS” as it has been locally named, was dissolved, as announced by Interior Minister Mansour al-Issawi. This comes just a week after Egyptian activists demonstrated at State Security buildings across Alexandria and Cairo, including its headquarters in Nasr City, in the north of Cairo, which was occupied [...]
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