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George Osborne: EU should be about free trade not...
George Osborne: EU should be about free trade not handing power to Brussels BRITAIN'S relationship with the EU should return to the idea of a "single market of free trade", George Osborne said...
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July 27: It was 12 years ago today that legendary...
July 27: It was 12 years ago today that legendary actor Bob Hope died at the age of 100 EVERY day we look back and bring you the highlights from this day in history... 1949: The world’s first jet...
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Star Wars, Downton and the costumier that supplie...
From Star Wars to Downton Abbey: Real rags to riches story of world's biggest supplier of film and TV costumes (a family-run affair since 1840 that's won 36 Oscars) Costume business Angels started...
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Brian Monteith: Osborne didn’t budget for bad week
Brian Monteith: Osborne didn’t budget for bad week George Osborne talks to Jeroen Dijsselbloem, right, and Alexander Stubb in Brussels last week. Picture: Getty The Chancellor is under fire over the...
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This day in history, July 17, 2015
Today is Friday, July 17, the 198th day of 2015. There are 167 days left in the year. Today's Highlight in History: On July 17, 1945, following Nazi Germany's surrender, President Harry S. Truman,...
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A look back at July 16 in years gone by
On This Day - Thursday July 16 622: The traditional starting day of the Islamic Era, when a persecuted Muhammad fled from Mecca to Medina. 1723: Sir Joshua Reynolds, English portrait painter who was...
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Are the Germans about to call the Greeks' bluff?
In fact, most member states have a powerful historic rationale for belonging in the EU: Germany to counter its propensity to dominate Europe; France because of the threat from Germany; Ireland to...
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Edward Greenfield, a much-loved Gramophone critic...
Born July 3, 1928; died July 1, 2015 Edward Greenfield Ted, as he was known to everyone aside from his readers (and for generations of Gramophone readers he was ‘EG’) was born in Westcliff-on-Sea in...
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Will Labour get it right where the Tories couldn'...
Those are two sizeable ifs, given that we have no idea how the rise of UKIP is going to impact the eventual pattern of AMs getting seats. I remember the last two reorganisations only too well. They...
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The Clegg catastrophe | Patrick Wintour and Nicho...
On Thursday 17 April 2014, the Liberal Democrat peer Lord Oakeshott, an old personal friend of the business secretary Vince Cable, sent an email to Cable’s wife, Rachel. It contained the results of a...
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