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2014/08/19 10:36
2014/08/19 10:36
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Honiton’s fine run in Two Counties competition continues with victory over Tiverton BoroughGeneric Bowls. Photo by Simon Horn. Ref exsp 8464-28-14SH To order your copy of this photograph go to...
2014/08/19 10:36
2014/08/19 10:36
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2014/08/17 09:09
2014/08/17 09:09
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As for the nation’s schools, there is much work yet to do. Cameron’s decision to move Gove from the Education Department with less than a year to go until the general election and to make him Chief...
2014/08/13 02:51
2014/08/13 02:51
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Now we can quit European Court of Human Rights IF YOU listen to the Westminster rumour mill the reason Theresa May did not replace William Hague as Foreign Secretary is that her stock as Home...
2014/08/10 21:37
2014/08/10 21:37
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Sayeeda Warsi has warned that she was concerned the Conservatives might not win a majority at the next election unless the party started attracting more ethnic minority voters. Now she is urging Mr...
2014/08/10 08:09
2014/08/10 08:09
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Among many other things, the London Olympics were a brand launch – on a global scale – of Boris©. There were books, as there were before Barack Obama ran (the dividing line between a politician’s book...
2014/08/06 12:13
2014/08/06 12:13
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My hunch is that Warsi, who resigned yesterday over the British Government’s response to the Gaza crisis, will be more Clare than Robin — and not because of her gender. According to one Cabinet...
2014/08/05 04:47
2014/08/05 04:47
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Great picture The photo on Saturday’s front page of Roosevelt Mizell praying with his children was so touching it brought tears to my eyes. I believe these children will always remember their dad...
2014/08/04 14:43
2014/08/04 14:43
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Out to improve patient transport WE were very sorry to read the letter from Mrs Carol Fletcher regarding the problems that she and her father have experienced when using the patient transport service...
2014/07/30 17:25
2014/07/30 17:25
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You may remember the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham as the splendid venue for the launch of Labour’s 2010 election campaign. It was also the place where Tony Blair was challenged by Sharron...
2014/07/30 07:09
2014/07/30 07:09
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Yesterday, Labour’s health spokesman, Andy Burnham, accused Mr Cameron of “putting the NHS up for sale” and called for a halt to “forced privatisation” of services, including cancer treatment, until...
2014/07/28 06:37
2014/07/28 06:37
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One example will illustrate his extraordinary place in contemporary politics. When David Cameron was just starting out as a young researcher and George Osborne was still at university, 24 years ago,...
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2014/07/25 14:42
2014/07/25 14:42
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It was high-risk, but Ed Miliband had no choice. Lagging miles behind in the polls as best leader, he knows that from now on things will get brutally personal. Expect no mercy as his voice, his face,...
2014/07/25 12:35
2014/07/25 12:35
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... have seen UKIP before!” This is the standard line from the Westminster political elite. They try to reassure us that the new “party of protest” will disappear just as soon as it appeared. They are...
2014/07/23 08:09
2014/07/23 08:09
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George Osborne, the Chancellor, and Philip Hammond, the Foreign Secretary, rubbed shoulders with Theresa May and Chris Grayling.. Newly promoted ministers included Esther McVey, Andrew Selous and Liz...
2014/07/22 17:10
2014/07/22 17:10
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So what was the point of David Cameron’s supposedly dramatic cabinet reshuffle last week? Forget the idea that it was about advancing women over the “pale, male, and stale”. The “catwalk” of promoted...
2014/07/22 05:12
2014/07/22 05:12
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There were no rows, and so Labour’s national policy forum at the weekend made no news. Delegates gathered to thrash out policy on every issue – but they weren’t thrashing each other, unlike previous...
2014/07/21 18:12
2014/07/21 18:12
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The belated handover of the black box from the destroyed MH17 as well as the bodies of Dutch citizens killed in the plane crash is likely to ensure that the special meeting of EU foreign affairs...
2014/07/21 16:12
2014/07/21 16:12
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A Conservative MP has criticised the "night of the petticoats" reshuffle that brought several new women into the cabinet last week. Richard Drax, the Tory member for South Dorset, suggested there was...
2014/07/21 06:16
2014/07/21 06:16
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The fact that abrasive employment minister Esther McVey, MP for West Wirral, is now licensed to attend cabinet meetings – a mere sop to women, not an actual promotion – won't help one iota in winning...
2014/07/20 23:45
2014/07/20 23:45
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Slow wage growth will keep the Bank of England from raising interest rates this year despite a run of strong economic data, according to an influential report. Slow wage growth will keep the Bank of...
2014/08/19 10:36
2014/08/19 10:36
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