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Radio star Ed Doolan battling dementia: 'Suddenly...
BBC WM radio legend Ed Doolan has today revealed he has been battling dementia for two years. “I’ve spent my entire life communicating and suddenly I find I can’t communicate,” admitted the man who...
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POLITICS: EU imperfect but best hope for future
Like your recent correspondent (RM Britton, January 15) I agree that people need to think twice about voting for “nationalist candidates”. Alarmingly, right now, there is disturbing evidence in the...
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Ten things you didn't know about Davos
Share this page The World Economic Forum has been going strong for more than 40 years now - but here are 10 things you probably didn't know about the event. 1. Time management: It takes a lot for...
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World Economic Forum
ANC stuck in the liberation groove
GCISPresident Zuma, joined by Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa, greets thousands of supporters on arrival at the ANCs 103rd anniversary celebration, held at the Cape Town Stadium. Sadly the ANC and...
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William Keegan: UK and eurozone grapple with infl...
For those of us of a certain age, one of the principal preoccupations of economic policymakers for many years was to try to ensure the inflation rate did not get out of hand. In this respect, the UK...
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Is Britain headed back to the 1930s?
Britain’s general election campaign has always ended in a sprint, three week before the voting takes place. This year it is more like a marathon that will end on May 7, after 17 weeks of campaigning....
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Inside Politics: Miliband is charging into battle...
Tony Blair criticised Ed Miliband in the interview with The Economist Unfortunately for Ed Miliband, eight years on from making that promise the former Prime Minister has kept his word. This week,...
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John McTernan: Labour should learn from Tony Blair
The former PM’s critics all too easily forget the positive aspects of his legacy, including the fact that he was – and is – usually right, says John McTernan WHAT is a former prime minister to do?...
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Ruth Wishart: Holyrood is the place to look for p...
But what Prime Minister's Question time in particular, and the House of Commons in general, so obviously lack is anything resembling proper big beasts. Frankly, David Attenborough on a televised...
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Sydney to Hobart: Wild Oats, Comanche the favouri...
Sydney to Hobart: Wild Oats XI and Comanche main hopes for line honours in 70th edition of Bluewater Classic As much a part of Australian post-Christmas culture as the Test at the MCG, the Sydney to...
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