I’m sure I wasn’t the only one to feel quite choked up when the Brownlee brothers met each other at the finishing line of the Triathlon. The thought of winning an Olympic medal and having your brother there to share it with was a little too much for me.
The bus had barely reached the outskirts of the city when it pulled to the side of the road and a man clambered aboard. In an instant he had pulled a gold chain from his pocket and looped it around the hand-rail attached to the roof and he was pulling on it hard, as if to show off its strength.
Every time the gold price hits a new high, some foolish Conservative gets out the plastic recorder and plays the same old tune: Gordon Brown lost the taxpayer billions by selling the national reserves of gold in 1999-2002.
The Tory press office did it again today:
Gold hit another record high today of $1,826: Labour’s decision to [...]
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