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Australian Book Design Awards favourites; Byron Bay Writers' Festival; writers headed for Sydney. I’m not a betting editor, but I am such a fan of Australia’s talented book designers that I’m going...
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Celebrities and Labour apparatchiks out for fundr...
It has been billed as the "hottest fundraising party of the summer" featuring DJ sets from stars such as Eliza Doolittle. But before the Camden Beach opening party at London's Roundhouse later this...
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Eric Pickles throws out £160m Smithfield plan in ...
The decision came after a high-profile campaign to halt the proposed scheme, which would have turned the western end of the market into an office, shop and restaurant complex. It was backed by...
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Kristin Scott Thomas
Upping your game: how to eat rabbit
However, significant amounts of rabbit meat sold in Britain come from rabbit farms abroad. Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) figures show imports of rabbit meat more than...
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University of Southampton
a truly Grimm fairy story
In the Commons, Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt’s statement that Savile was a “callous, opportunistic, wicked predator” was accurate, but felt somehow not quite adequate after the new details that had...
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Iraq will have to fight its own wars
Iraq will have to fight its own wars PUBLIC memory is short and the official one even shorter and selective as well. Should Britain stay out of the latest conflicts in Iraq? [AP] Ten years ago I...
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RIP Nancy Garden, author of Annie on My Mind
Coming of age in the 1990s, before the internet was ubiquitous and before the advent of support groups for queer youth, I stealthily sought out every novel that I could about lesbians and read them in...
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American Library Association
12 Amazing Books That Pass The Bechdel Test
Belle, Divergent, and The Other Woman passed it. The Avengers and A Million Ways to Die in the West, not so much. The Bechdel Test, proposed by cartoonist Alison Bechdel in a 1985 “Dykes To Watch Out...
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The Other Woman
'They call me LIZARD BOY': Kid has scales instead...
SCALES: Zhasulan Korganbek is labelled Lizard Boy for his skin condition [CEN] The five-year-old from Kzahkstan suffers from a condition known as ichthyosis – a complaint which turns his skin into...
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Stephen McGinty: The rabbit storm on Twitter
THE TWITTER storm over ‘bunny killer’
was surreal, but she’s right about one thing – if we eat meat we should not be blind as to how it arrived on our plates, writes Stephen...
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Nick Curtis: If you want to be alone, move out of...
The Germans are less likely to feel close to their neighbours (feel free to insert your own “Why not invade them?” joke) and the French and Danes less confident that they have friends they can rely on...
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Helen of Troy
Gruesome rabbit pics spark online attack
Trolls are attacking English author
for eating wild rabbit. Photo / 123RF Author
has caused a Twitter row after she ate the rabbit who ate her parsley. The...
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The Ultimate Revenge: A Rabbit Ate Her Parsley, S...
The Ultimate Revenge: A Rabbit Ate Her Parsley, She Ate the Rabbit This grisly picture of the rabbit that Oranges Are Not The Only Fruit author
caught, skinned, cooked in cider and...
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