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Dr Ron Schultz, professor and chair of pathologi...
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Whitehaven, still sore after the Derrick Bird shootings of June 2nd, put aside its troubles and joined together for the annual Whitehaven Festival
I have a column in this morning’s Arts pages, in which I express my distaste for the increasing number of bossy women on television, who have shows designed around them.
My main gripe is a moral one, about poor people being used as tools for the benefit of selfish D-list celebrities, on the spurious grounds that [...]
A new survey reveals over two thirds of women would wear jeans to a wedding. Why?
It’s 5.42am and we’ve passed the Fastnet Rock, have Qingdao just off to port and are battling it out with them for third place. Funny that we’ve gone 2,000 miles and have ended up in the same place at the same time with just a few hundred metres between us. Both are flying full main [...]
In today’s Observer Labour leadership Q&A all five candidates are asked:
What’s the wisest thing a fellow candidate has said?
All the answers are revealing:
David Miliband – The wisest thing was Diane pointing out that the Tory cuts don’t change their way of life, it’s everyone else’s lives that will change.
Ed Balls – At the Fabian hustings, [...]
I did not have space in my article for The Independent on Sunday today, on why welfare reform may be the issue that breaks the coalition government, to go into much detail. (Actually I was having too much fun being silly about things being “unavoidable”.) So my comments on housing benefit might have been a [...]
After hiking to and from Durban for the much vaunted clash of Jogo Bonito it was a blessing to sit back and watch two European sides rarely associated with attacking verve go at other hammer and tongs for the full 90 minutes.
The spectacle may have left many watching at home with a bitter taste in [...]
As straw men go, this is a baffling one. There’s absolutely no need to create a spectral figure to condemn pornography, and the people who watch it: there are totally viable arguments about the effect it has on men’s attitude to women, the cultural creep from the top shelf to the rest of the media, [...]
We’re all starting to get a bit de-mob happy now because, if the winds stay strong and with us, we should be in Ireland on Monday morning. That would mean it has only taken us nine days to cross the Atlantic, compared to the estimate of 14. We’re chasing down Cork and reckon if we [...]
South Africa and the whole of Africa will not sleep tonight, as the Black Stars have written history. They were the only African team to make it to the final 16 and are the 3rd African country in the history of the World Cup to make it to the quarterfinals, after Cameroon and Senegal. The [...]
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