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The Independent, the Guardian and the Daily Mail still* disagree with the Iraq war. This is, apparently, news.
The documents published by the Iraq Inquiry yesterday are, indeed, new. Their content – the fact that Peter Goldsmith, the Attorney General (right), was briefly of the opinion that the invasion would be unlawful even after UN Resolution [...]
Internet dating used to be such a sweet and innocent thing. Those who made initial tentative forays into that terrifying arena about ten years ago were nervous, they were slightly ashamed, and they’d invariably begin the “About Me” section of their profiles with the phrase “I can’t believe I’m doing this.” Then they’d delete the [...]
Bouyed by the success of its green-ink supplement last week, the Daily Mail has gone one further and printed an entire edition thus today (although it shows up in black and white in scans, right).
I refer the honourable reader to the reply I gave some moments ago. (Although I realise that this once-sacred piece of [...]
Knight & Day has now been in cinemas for exactly two weeks, in which time it has managed to make a total of $44 million at the global box office. Since the film’s production budget was $117 million, and tens of millions more were spent on marketing it, this is not exactly an unqualified success
A bad time to be an England player, a good time to be a trouserless mayor
Its doubtful that Wayne Rooney or Cristiano Ronaldo will hold many fond memories of South Africa after both were held accountable for their nations’ early exits.
Both players have been among the most consistent performers of football’s elite for the past the five years and will be for at least the next half a decade. Failing [...]
Just as Tate Britain revealed Fiona Banner’s Duveen Galleries commission this week – to fill the vast neo-classical space at the front of the London gallery – many art critics and correspondents braced themselves for sensationalism. As a true-blue former YBA, Banner caused a ruckus when in 2002 her artwork, ‘Arsewoman in Wonderland’, was [...]
The cloud of linguistic and moral confusion that was the “War on Terror” seems finally to have cleared.
The Government’s announcement that it will hold a judge-led inquiry into allegations that the Secret Intelligence Services were complicit in the torture of terrorism suspects is a welcome one.
However, less welcome is the lack of clarity (or should [...]
We were told to expect a rapid turnaround because of Ireland’s willingness to take the bitter fiscal medicine early
Assuming that the coalition job losses by 2015 will be 61% greater than under Labour’s plans, that works out as between 417,000 and 493,000 more jobs losses as a result of Mr Osborne’s avoidable austerity.
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