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2015/07/02 09:47
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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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2015/06/27 05:20
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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...
2015/06/25 11:42
2015/06/25 11:42
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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...
2015/06/21 08:50
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Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron arrives to attend an EU-CELAC Latin America summit in Brussels, Belgium June 10, 2015. BRUSSELS Britain has a long history of short-lived negotiating triumphs...
2015/06/19 07:10
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SALISBURY, England » Arthur Pendragon, in his robes and sword, his queen by his side, stood in the long shadow of Salisbury's magnificent cathedral, which has Britain's tallest spire and the best...
2015/06/17 08:19
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This week British Prime Minister David Cameron will meet his Irish counterpart, Taoiseach Enda Kenny, in London to discuss matters such as the current political deadlock in Ireland and the potential...
2015/06/16 07:50
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HAYES IN THE HOUSE: By MP John Hayes The year of 1975 saw the first appearance of ‘The Sweeney’ on British television, the Bay City Rollers reached number 1 in the charts with ‘Be My Baby’, and...
2015/06/15 11:53
2015/06/15 11:53
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It's a major attraction that pulls in 2.1 million visitors a year, and it’s gearing up to celebrate its landmark 40th birthday. It was three years earlier that the then Prime Minister Edward Heath...
2015/06/13 01:32
2015/06/13 01:32
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Unilateral disarmament, the fate of the mining industry, or the stark ideological differences between labour and capital that divided the country in the 1970s and 1980s: all these have come and gone;...
2015/06/12 17:48
2015/06/12 17:48
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A North East man who helped organise the Orgreave picket has expressed his disgust at the decision not to investigate police actions there. David Douglass said: “One of the reasons given was it...
2015/06/12 12:54
2015/06/12 12:54
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Last updated at 09:51, Tuesday, 09 June 2015 In a pretty pickle over their pay, MPs are finding themselves the targets of some widespread unpleasant bitterness. Easy targets they are too. Should...
2015/06/08 18:12
2015/06/08 18:12
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This year, we were led to expect a more confused picture, with the SNP as the third party and the Liberal Democrats reduced to a rump, so that it might have been necessary for three or even four...
2015/06/08 09:47
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A vile criminal who murdered three police officers has been pictured shopping, jogging and getting on the bus while chatting to locals following his controversial release from prison. Harry Roberts,...
2015/06/06 10:48
2015/06/06 10:48
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Page File El Reg bookworm Mark Diston looks at literature's latest as Michael Bloch lifts the shirt on the private passions of the political elite. Both Steve Toltz and Joshua Cohen are on their...
2015/06/06 07:51
2015/06/06 07:51
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Seven out of 10 remain open to persuasion by the time of the vote, which the Conservative Party’s general election manifesto promised will take place by 2017, a survey of almost 4,000 people for...
2015/06/02 08:09
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Charles Kennedy in 2005 (BBC/Getty) When after the inconclusive election of 2010 Nick Clegg led the party into coalition with David Cameron’s Conservatives, Kennedy was the most vocal critic of the...
2015/06/01 13:28
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Britain's relationship with the rest of the European Union hardly figured during the recent general election campaign, but it has dominated the news since, with Prime Minister David Cameron almost...
2015/05/29 10:48
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LONDON (AP) — The British people will get another chance to decide on their European future by the end of 2017 — marking one more milestone in a long-troubled relationship. The planned referendum on...
2015/05/28 23:47
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It was the longest, the toughest, the fastest and the highest – and after 45 years it is STILL considered the greatest car rally ever staged. Back in 1970 the Daily Mirror World Cup Rally covered...
2015/05/28 11:51
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An EU referendum? They said it would never happen HISTORY shows that for more than 50 years the Daily Express has opposed those politicians who have railroaded through the surrender of Britain’s...
2015/07/02 09:47
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