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Guardian Unlimited
Let Elizabeth reign until the end – then stop this charade | Polly ToynbeeLong to reign over us – that old incantation has worked, so next week the Queen
Let Elizabeth reign until the end – then stop this charade | Polly Toynbee
Guardian Unlimited / Posted 2 days ago
Long to reign over us – that old incantation has worked, so next week the Queen’s reign becomes the longest ever. She overtakes Victoria, who kept going for 63 years, seven months and two days. That’s all they need do – stay alive, procreate and do... Read more
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Scotsman
Future shock as guru gets out crystal ballHE IS a Scots-born investment guru, hailed as Britain’s answer to Warren Buffet
Future shock as guru gets out crystal ball
Scotsman / Posted 11 days ago
HE IS a Scots-born investment guru, hailed as Britain’s answer to Warren Buffett. He has wealth estimated at £850 million. His interests span German property, African mining companies, a hotel chain and numerous business and investment concerns. He... Read more
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Forres Gazette
Manics' Nicky live and rewiredby Margaret Chrystall TWENTY-SEVEN years ago, four Welsh boys got together to
Manics' Nicky live and rewired
Forres Gazette / Posted 28 days ago
by Margaret Chrystall TWENTY-SEVEN years ago, four Welsh boys got together to change the world and scar the face of rock music with their own signature. Now with their 12th album Futurology behind them – and 1994 album The Holy Bible toured last... Read more
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The Atlantic
Why Aren't There More Women Futurists?In the future, everyone’s going to have a robot assistant. That’s the story, at
Why Aren't There More Women Futurists?
The Atlantic / Posted 1 months ago
In the future, everyone’s going to have a robot assistant. That’s the story, at least. And as part of that long-running narrative, Facebook just launched its virtual assistant. They’re calling it Moneypenny—the secretary from the James Bond Films.... Read more
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The New Statesman
The God quest: why humans long for immortalityWhen on his travels Gulliver discovers that among the inhabitants of Luggnagg l
The God quest: why humans long for immortality
The New Statesman / Posted 1 months ago
When on his travels Gulliver discovers that among the inhabitants of Luggnagg live the Struldbrugs, born with a red spot on their foreheads indicating that they never die, he is delighted. “Happy nation, where every child hath at least a chance for... Read more

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