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2014/04/18 08:24
2014/04/18 08:24
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Seeing red: the flag of St George has become more than just the mark of football supporters. Photo: Magnum Photos The Palm Bay estate in Cliftonville is a picture of English respectability in white...
2014/04/18 08:24
2014/04/18 08:24
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2014/04/18 00:46
2014/04/18 00:46
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George Clooney and Ben Affleck sporting beards. Photo: Getty If you are repelled by the inexplicably large number of young men wearing big beards, the prediction by a pogonologist, or...
2014/04/16 09:53
2014/04/16 09:53
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So party members might well ask, in between knocking on doors trying to persuade people to come out and vote in the May elections, what is the Labour leadership's plan to restore confidence in our...
2014/04/15 20:45
2014/04/15 20:45
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Why Scots would do well to remember John Smith – and the fair and decent land that never was, writes George Kerevan JOHN Smith, Labour leader and prime minister who never was, died 20 years ago next...
2014/04/14 11:13
2014/04/14 11:13
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It was Christopher’s in Covent Garden for the commentariat and politicians (I went into labour there and they sent me flowers afterwards); Orso for the artsy crowd; the Oxo Tower for the corporates;...
2014/04/09 14:51
2014/04/09 14:51
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If ministers muck up, he hasn't got the release valve of frequent reshuffles. Maria Miller’s decision to fall on her sword after days of pressure makes her the fifth cabinet minister to quit the PM’s...
2014/04/09 11:13
2014/04/09 11:13
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That is not to deny that the Culture Secretary has brought disgrace on herself with her expenses. She has, quite rightly, been pilloried because she over-claimed her mortgage allowance and bought a...
2014/04/08 15:24
2014/04/08 15:24
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When Nick Clegg challenged Nigel Farage to a debate on EU membership, many Lib Dems were hopeful that his stand would revive their party's fortunes. But Clegg's drubbing at the hands of the UKIP...
2014/04/03 08:24
2014/04/03 08:24
20d
The present political battle is like a closely fought tennis match. One of two individuals will be prime minister after the next election and an unforced error or some neatly played strokes can change...
2014/04/02 17:25
2014/04/02 17:25
21d
The Europe Dilemma: Britain and the Drama of EU Integration, by Roger Liddle, IB Tauris RRP£14.99/$35, 352 pages Think of Britain and Europe and the long civil war in the Conservative party springs...
2014/04/01 17:18
2014/04/01 17:18
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As "Thrones" is set to start its fourth season (9 p.m. Sunday), Gillen talks about Littlefinger's softer side, "The Wire's" legacy and why he loves Baltimore. How do you think your character has...
2014/03/30 09:48
2014/03/30 09:48
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Posh Labour is leaving the door open for a UKIP victory - and Hartlepool could be about to prove it. That’s the message of two academics who say the Labour party is foolishly ignoring the threat to...
2014/03/28 08:09
2014/03/28 08:09
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I JOINED the Record as their agony aunt in 1979 on a six-week trial. Ever since, I’ve been waiting for someone to tell me to stop. But no one ever did. So here I still am. I’ve seen off six editors...
2014/03/27 10:08
2014/03/27 10:08
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Our Joan looks back on 35 years writing for Record HER childhood dream was to become an actress but instead she became Scotland’s most famous agony aunt, a respected columnist, campaigner and...
2014/03/22 20:09
2014/03/22 20:09
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The new welfare cap is a case study in the multiple meanings of Budget measures. Last week, Osborne announced that this ceiling would be set at £119.5 billion in 2015-16. Not all benefits are included...
2014/04/18 08:24
2014/04/18 08:24
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