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2015/02/25 19:09
2015/02/25 19:09
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... Rushanara Ali asks if Ms Homer agrees that the public feel there's one rule for the rich, and that HMRC doesn't treat them seriously enough. I do worry that's the perception I do not believe...
2015/02/25 19:09
2015/02/25 19:09
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2015/02/23 19:09
2015/02/23 19:09
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If you asked Darwin what the problem is, he would not hesitate to tell you that the system is moribund. Its unwillingness to contemplate real change — genuine structural improvement in order to stay...
2015/02/23 15:34
2015/02/23 15:34
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APThe Palace of Westminster including St Stephen's Tower housing the famous Big Ben clock. The Palace of Westminster is home to the Commons and the House of Lords. (AP Photo/Kirsty...
2015/02/22 11:52
2015/02/22 11:52
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Yet again Don Mort and the Wakefield Express expose two warning notices placed on our hospital trust. Only the Wakefield Express continues to tell the truth about the hospital which our MP’s continue...
2015/02/21 23:56
2015/02/21 23:56
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Submitted by Pater Tenebrarum via Acting-Man blog, Introducing Money Imagine three men living on a small island. Toni is mining the local salt mine, and apart from him there are Pete the fisherman...
2015/02/18 18:17
2015/02/18 18:17
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The year's first major game release rewrites 19th century British history, adding steampunk weaponry and huge man-beasts monsters. Chris Schulz talks to two of the developers behind The Order:...
2015/02/16 08:09
2015/02/16 08:09
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How did you feel on first becoming an MP? “It’s daunting. It was like a first day at school, both for the feeling and of course for the building. You’re shown your peg, you're given a locker. Best...
2015/02/13 12:51
2015/02/13 12:51
16d
WELL done, all of you who calculated that if a barley grain is a quarter-inch long and the distance to York is 120 miles, you’d have to lay 30,412,800 grains end to end to reach the city. As if you’d...
2015/02/13 01:37
2015/02/13 01:37
16d
With less than three months to polling day, it’s too late to expect backbench MPs, who are largely exhausted by half a decade in either unhappy coalition or frustrating opposition, to launch a new...
2015/02/12 13:33
2015/02/12 13:33
17d
Britain and much of the world recently marked the 50th anniversary of the death of Winston Churchill. He is recognized as a statesman who in the words of British Prime Minister David Cameron, "was our...
2015/02/10 12:35
2015/02/10 12:35
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Ilford man recieves medal for work with Polio Children Arun Patel, 62. Picture: Polio Children A brave man was given an award for making an impact on the lives of others and the community. To send...
2015/02/10 00:13
2015/02/10 00:13
19d
Better Call Saul, Netflix Saul Goodman: Bob Odenkirk in Better Call Saul (Picture: Allstar/Sony pictures television)For the next two days social media is less than your best friend, unless you’ve set...
2015/02/05 13:33
2015/02/05 13:33
24d
Most people in Britain know what parliament looks like. A very large, ornate, Gothic building on the Thames, with Big Ben stuck to one side, the Palace of Westminster (as the structure is officially...
2015/02/05 09:37
2015/02/05 09:37
24d
The event marks the 800th anniversary of the charter which first laid the foundations of the rule of law. The manuscripts - two held by the British Library and one each by Lincoln and Salisbury...
2015/02/04 22:06
2015/02/04 22:06
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The Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby The Archbishop of Canterbury has defended the "freedom" of atheists to criticise God in the wake of debate surrounding comments made by Stephen Fry over the...
2015/02/04 07:34
2015/02/04 07:34
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APRachel Kean, activist and campaigner, outside the Palace of Westminster, after she witnessed the vote on 3-parent babies in the House of Commons. Picture: AP Photo/Alastair Grant London - Britain...
2015/02/04 00:13
2015/02/04 00:13
25d
Attenborough’s Natural Curiosities, Monday 9pm Watch Natural Curiosities: David Attenborough looks at the cheetah and the fleaThe sole similarity we can spot between a cheetah and a flea is that...
2015/02/03 17:24
2015/02/03 17:24
26d
... looks half like a museum, half like a church and half like a school”. David Cameron’s description of the parliamentary buildings tells us a great deal about the grandeur of his education – and...
2015/02/03 10:37
2015/02/03 10:37
26d
The latest biography of the Prince of Wales, which was not authorised by Clarence House, says he “doesn't like being used to market weaponry” in controversial deals with Saudi Arabia and other Gulf...
2015/01/30 23:09
2015/01/30 23:09
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On Friday, the United Kingdom observed the 50th anniversary of former Prime Minister Winston Churchill's funeral. While anniversaries are typically noted or marked, observed seems more precise here...
2015/02/25 19:09
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