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2015/03/29 21:28
2015/03/29 21:28
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British parliamentarian Enoch Powell has been named in a probe into an alleged paedophile network. The late Tory MP, who is regarded as one of the most divisive politicians of the 20th Century, was...
2015/03/29 21:28
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2015/03/29 05:08
2015/03/29 05:08
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A HOUSE of Commons where no one party gains an overall majority looks increasingly likely in May. The outcome of the general election and the parliamentary landscape looks likely to resemble the dog...
2015/03/27 19:13
2015/03/27 19:13
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Chris Patten, the astute former Conservative chairman and the politician who delivered the double-whammy election for John Major in 1992, may have got it right in January when he said: “The thing that...
2015/03/26 00:37
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James Graham, previously responsible for This House, the acclaimed 2012 National Theatre production set in the House of Commons between 1974 and 1979, has written this film about the tense five days...
2015/03/24 03:09
2015/03/24 03:09
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With a Westminster General Election looming as Herrin's production tours to Glasgow, in a post independence referendum climate in which the Scottish Labour Party are predicted by many to be all but...
2015/03/23 17:09
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With two fellow former officers, in 1981 Spicer launched Fitness for Industry, a company to develop gyms for executives; the first was at the Institute of Directors. FFI opened more in hotels, and...
2015/03/22 00:37
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British police became aware of the plot in the mid-1970s while questioning a man over an art theft. He was subsequently convicted for possession of stolen goods. The individual, who cannot be named,...
2015/03/19 16:25
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Tony Blair in Bethlehem, December 2007. Photo: Getty Blair Inc: the Man Behind the Mask Francis Beckett, David Hencke and Nick Kochan John Blake, 288pp, £20 British prime ministers – think of...
2015/03/19 10:51
2015/03/19 10:51
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Molyneaux, right, with Ian Paisley, who had a noisier approach to negotiations As leader of the Ulster Unionist Party during the height of The Troubles he was no fan of devolution either, believing...
2015/03/17 19:39
2015/03/17 19:39
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There is an obvious reason for mentioning Lord Shaftesbury: he was the last person without any legal qualifications to be appointed Lord Chancellor until, for some reason, Grayling got the job 430...
2015/03/14 11:51
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Molyneaux, right, with Ian Paisley, who had a noisier approach to negotiations As leader of the Ulster Unionist Party during the height of The Troubles he was no fan of devolution either, believing...
2015/03/12 17:11
2015/03/12 17:11
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Election 2015 Q&A: UKIP’s Sargent wants reduced EU influence UKIP candidate for Torridge and West Devon, Derek Sargent In the latest of our features profiling each of the candidates for May’s...
2015/03/12 13:09
2015/03/12 13:09
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A few suspicious Celtic fans have viewed the incident as yet another establishment crime against their club. Poor Billy McPhail, the young Celtic striker, never got to see again his second-half...
2015/03/11 21:37
2015/03/11 21:37
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This is exactly what acclaimed documentary photographer Anna Fox and artist Andrew Bruce did when they were given access to collector and gallerist James Hyman's collection of some of the show's most...
2015/03/10 18:49
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While TV debates between political party leaders in the run-up to a general election come and go, the election poster is here to stay. The Conservative party this week released its latest, which...
2015/03/06 10:53
2015/03/06 10:53
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On This Day - Monday 2 1791: The optical telegraph (semaphore machine) was unveiled in Paris. 1836: Texas was proclaimed a republic, independent of Mexico. 1882: Robert MacLean tried unsuccessfully...
2015/03/05 18:09
2015/03/05 18:09
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He later joined the Central Policy Review Staff set up by Edward Heath, the prime minister, in 1970 to ginger up Whitehall. It was the sort of work at which he excelled and led, in retirement, to his...
2015/03/05 16:24
2015/03/05 16:24
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Late barmaid could be included in Guinness Book of Records Barmaid Dolly Saville at The Red Lion in Wendover Dolly Saville worked behind the bar at The Red Lion for more than 75 years Now the...
2015/03/01 01:43
2015/03/01 01:43
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LONDON – Britain is facing its most uncertain election since women got full voting rights in 1928. The parties that dominated politics over the past century, the Conservatives and Labour, are...
2015/02/28 12:37
2015/02/28 12:37
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Dolly Saville, who died earlier this week on 25 February, first started pulling pints in 1940 at the Red Lion Hotel in Wendover, Buckinghamshire, before World War Two. Mrs Saville, who was born on 19...
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