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2015/02/28 02:45
2015/02/28 02:45
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I’M IN a pub called the Trust Inn with Sandy Carmichael, which isn’t proving auspicious because, try as I might, I can’t get the gnarled old prop forward to put his faith in your correspondent and...
2015/02/28 02:45
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2015/02/28 01:09
2015/02/28 01:09
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POLITICIANS, the argument goes, bring valuable experience and skills to their parliamentary work by taking on outside jobs. If that's the case, Scotland should have the best regulated farming industry...
2015/02/27 17:49
2015/02/27 17:49
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Inspirational North East women from all walks of life came together to celebrate their achievements at the annual Glass Slipper Awards. The glittering event was held at Newcastle Gateshead Hilton on...
2015/02/27 09:58
2015/02/27 09:58
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LABOUR’S deputy leader Harriet Harman brought her “big pink bus” to East Lancashire to talk to women about the importance of voting. The shadow deputy prime minister toured Burnley, Colne and...
2015/02/27 09:35
2015/02/27 09:35
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People should be banned from lighting up in parks and squares across the UK in order to deter young people from taking up smoking, a former health minister has demanded. Lord Darzi, a leading surgeon...
2015/02/27 09:34
2015/02/27 09:34
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REUTERSBritain's Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne. Photo: Chris Radburn London - The stark choice faced by Britons in May's national election is summed up nowhere more clearly than by the...
2015/02/26 13:50
2015/02/26 13:50
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RBS turns to an architect of 'light touch' regulation LONDON/NEW YORK (Reuters) - The man synonymous with the "light-touch" regulation which allowed Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS.L) to spiral out of...
2015/02/26 12:24
2015/02/26 12:24
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Although it has become a commonplace that the outcome of the general election on 7 May is less predictable than almost any in living memory, the consequences of a result that does not provide a...
2015/02/26 12:18
2015/02/26 12:18
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Ed Balls revealed a too much information in a radio interview yesterday, describing his technique between the sheets as a "long slow burn". The Shadow Chancellor - who is married to Labour's Shadow...
2015/02/26 10:41
2015/02/26 10:41
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The nervous bakers got off to a crumbly start in the Comic Relief Bake Off challenges, as they struggled with shortbread, pork pies and a triple-tiered pavlova. Here’s what happened… Jameela Jamil...
2015/02/26 09:37
2015/02/26 09:37
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Appearing on LBC Radio to celebrate his 48th birthday, the shadow Chancellor was asked about a recent discussion on Mumsnet about “which major politician would make the best lover”. And after...
2015/02/26 08:47
2015/02/26 08:47
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Hollywood actor Michael Sheen beat stiff competition from his fellow celebrity bakers to take home the star baker award on last night’s episode of The Great Comic Relief Bake Off. Welshman Michael...
2015/02/26 04:37
2015/02/26 04:37
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Posted: Wednesday, February 25, 2015 – 8:03 PM (AFP) As “House of Cards” returns for a third series, the British MPs who inspired its scheming anti-hero are playing out their own tragicomedy before a...
2015/02/25 17:12
2015/02/25 17:12
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Ed Miliband has accused David Cameron of failing to live up to “big” commitments in opposition about limiting the outside earnings of MPs, after the government rejected a Labour proposal to ban MPs...
2015/02/25 16:48
2015/02/25 16:48
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DOCUMENTARY: Suffragettes Forever! The Story of Women and Power (BBC2, 8pm) There’s a war that few people remember, and yet it lasted for 300 years. It’s the one involving women and their battle for...
2015/02/25 16:38
2015/02/25 16:38
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The Socio-Economic Rights and Accountability Project, SERAP, has sent an urgent appeal to four UN Special Rapporteurs and the Special Envoy on Global Education over the imposition of compulsory...
2015/02/25 11:54
2015/02/25 11:54
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Last updated at 10:54, Wednesday, 25 February 2015 Stobart Group wants to carry out its £20m redevelopment for Carlisle Airport in phases but it won’t affect plans to develop passenger flights, says...
2015/02/25 10:05
2015/02/25 10:05
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It's funny how quickly people's opinions change when they are being cut out of a crashed car,or rescued from a burning building! To say there is not enough money to provide a reasonable pension for...
2015/02/24 20:40
2015/02/24 20:40
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The rare insight into what the then Prime Minister Gordon Brown claimed to be a “very big terrorist network” and the security agency’s efforts to stop it emerged on Tuesday at the New York trial of...
2015/02/24 20:09
2015/02/24 20:09
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But this is a competitive field. Paxman set the original gold standard with his filleting of Michael Howard on Newsnight in 1997. Paxman asks the same question 12 times; Howard refuses to answer it...
2015/02/28 02:45
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