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Foreign Secretary Warns Russian Sanctions "Will H...
DON'T LISTEN TO A WORD FROM ANY UK POLITICIAN. THERE IS A HUGE SUPPRESSED STORY STARTING TO LEAK FROM UK ESTABLISHMENT...SINCE THE EARLY 1970's ALL TOP UK CABINET POLITICIANS HAVE EITHER BEEN RAPING...
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The Guardian view on politicians and the polls
MPs will not return to Westminster now until September. When they get back, Scotland’s independence vote will be the dominant issue. But George Osborne’s confirmation that the economy is back to...
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Salmond’s Scottish sporting surge? Perhaps not | ...
It’s one of the great tales of British election history. Harold Wilson, it is often said, owed Labour’s landslide victory in the 1966 general election to the sense of well-being engendered by...
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The 2010 Tories are making waves, but there’s no ...
The Conservatives’ 2010 intake exercises a talismanic grip on the party’s view of its future. For a start there are a lot of them – 147 out of 305 of their MPs and many more on the upper slopes of...
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Tribute to pioneering spirits in Nebraska
Good thing I had pulled off the interstate for gas in central Nebraska, or I would have missed a terrific side trip. “Anything nearby worth seeing?” I asked the cashier. At the midpoint of a road...
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Birmingham Mail Nostalgia Photos - our look back ...
On This Day - Monday 14th July This was the scene in Aston Road, Birmingham, in 1908 as pipes were being laid during the massive project to supply the city’s water from the Elan Valley. 1789: The...
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We're tied to a bunch of losers
We're tied to a bunch of losers OF ALL the lies we have been told over 40 years about the EU (and they are many) the most persistent is: if we ever said boo to the Brussels goose three million...
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Matthew d'Ancona: Michael Gove is now Chief Whip ...
What, for instance, will Nicky Morgan do at the Department for Education? Too much of the mood music that accompanied her appointment suggested that she had been dispatched to sue for peace. I...
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Ten things you may not have known about William H...
Ten things you may not have known about William Hague Ten things you may not have known about William Hague 1 ACCORDING to the New Statesman, William Hague is admired by former US President Jimmy...
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A prairie tribute to pioneering spirits
An original animal from the first stream carousel from the 1880s, which can be seen at Pioneer Village in Minden, Nebraska. Photo for The Washington Post by Robin Soslow Lincoln, Nebraska - Good...
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Pioneer Village in Nebraska, a blast from a highl...
In Minden, Neb., take a side trip into yesteryear at Pioneer Village, right, to see artifacts of Americana. (Robin Soslow) Good thing I’d pulled off the highway for gas in central Nebraska, or I...
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12 Arrested In Drug Sweep in Lewis County.
Lewis County deputies have arrested 12 people on drug charges. Marsha Davisson, Laura Eagle, Willard Hayhurst,
, and Eliza Taylor are charged with possession with intent to deliver a...
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Britain and Europe still writhing after all these...
When Britain applied to join the original six founding members of the European Economic Community (EEC) — join the Common Market, that is — French President Charles de Gaulle vetoed it, alone, twice....
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David Cameron’s job just got harder
Chancellor Merkel won last month's European election comfortably in Germany. Italy's Matteo Renzi was the biggest winner of all. Cameron led the Tories to a historic defeat, a third place, with the...
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