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Evening Standard
What happens when you deprive a restaurant critic of food?If you eat for a living — as arguably I do — even when not working you must eat
What happens when you deprive a restaurant critic of food?
Evening Standard / Posted 5 days ago
If you eat for a living — as arguably I do — even when not working you must eat. Otherwise the career would be cut tragically short. Despite going to restaurants these days being a commonplace experience, I still get concerned looks when it is... Read more
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The Irish Times
Terry Wogan interview: 'I never thought of Ireland as home'In this interview first published in 2010, the broadcaster said being ‘England’
Terry Wogan interview: 'I never thought of Ireland as home'
The Irish Times / Posted 8 days ago
In this interview first published in 2010, the broadcaster said being ‘England’s favourite Irishman’ can be a tricky role, but as he prepared to spend a little more time in Limerick he was not doing regret. Beaming a smile at the doorman of the... Read more
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The Irish Times
'I never thought of Ireland as home'SATURDAY INTERVIEWBeing ‘England’s favourite Irishman’ can be a tricky role, bu
'I never thought of Ireland as home'
The Irish Times / Posted 8 days ago
SATURDAY INTERVIEWBeing ‘England’s favourite Irishman’ can be a tricky role, but as he prepares to spend a little more time in ‘much-maligned’ Limerick, Wogan is not doing regret BEAMING A SMILE at the doorman of the Connaught Hotel in London’s... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
A Chat From London - Loneliness and Three Other Modern Age CulpritsThree Culprits — Internet, living longer, economic independence.... There migh
A Chat From London - Loneliness and Three Other Modern Age Culprits
AllAfrica.com / Posted 10 days ago
Three Culprits — Internet, living longer, economic independence.... There might be some other things, but those three are the biggest contributors to a life of misery suffocating people of all ages in rich countries. Why is this terrifying? Because... Read more
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The New Statesman
There's still time for a government rethink on universal creditNeil Kinnock: To split would be to let the Tories win There is no logic in the
There's still time for a government rethink on universal credit
The New Statesman / Posted 12 days ago
Neil Kinnock: To split would be to let the Tories win There is no logic in the idea of splitting and there’s no case for the idea. Those who are said to want it – if they’re members of parliament, are they going to resign their seats and fight... Read more
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The New Statesman
Neil Kinnock: Jeremy Corbyn may have to resign or face a leadership challenge if Labour fails to improveNeil Kinnock: To split would be to let the Tories win There is no logic in the
Neil Kinnock: Jeremy Corbyn may have to resign or face a leadership challenge if Labour fails to improve
The New Statesman / Posted 12 days ago
Neil Kinnock: To split would be to let the Tories win There is no logic in the idea of splitting and there’s no case for the idea. Those who are said to want it – if they’re members of parliament, are they going to resign their seats and fight... Read more
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12d
The New Statesman
Should Labour split?Neil Kinnock: To split would be to let the Tories win There is no logic in the
Should Labour split?
The New Statesman / Posted 12 days ago
Neil Kinnock: To split would be to let the Tories win There is no logic in the idea of splitting and there’s no case for the idea. Those who are said to want it – if they’re members of parliament, are they going to resign their seats and fight... Read more
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12d
The New Statesman
The New Statesman cover | Should Labour split?Neil Kinnock: To split would be to let the Tories win There is no logic in the
The New Statesman cover | Should Labour split?
The New Statesman / Posted 12 days ago
Neil Kinnock: To split would be to let the Tories win There is no logic in the idea of splitting and there’s no case for the idea. Those who are said to want it – if they’re members of parliament, are they going to resign their seats and fight... Read more
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12d
The New Statesman
Leader: The Corbyn conundrumNeil Kinnock: To split would be to let the Tories win There is no logic in the
Leader: The Corbyn conundrum
The New Statesman / Posted 12 days ago
Neil Kinnock: To split would be to let the Tories win There is no logic in the idea of splitting and there’s no case for the idea. Those who are said to want it – if they’re members of parliament, are they going to resign their seats and fight... Read more
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13d
Daily Telegraph
Corfu travel guideCorfu has figured in our consciousness since Edward Lear visited and painted wh
Corfu travel guide
Daily Telegraph / Posted 13 days ago
Corfu has figured in our consciousness since Edward Lear visited and painted while it was a British possession from 1814 to 1864. The Durrell brothers (and Henry Miller) lodged it even more firmly in the Anglo-Saxon psyche with their late-1930s... Read more
17d
The Courier Mail
Europe and the UK weigh the consequences of a breachIt’s not just the UK that will face tough decisions if voters opt to split from
Europe and the UK weigh the consequences of a breach
The Courier Mail / Posted 17 days ago
It’s not just the UK that will face tough decisions if voters opt to split from the EU, with some neighbours more affected than others. We must find a “reasonable compromise … there will be no room for discrimination,” European Commission President... Read more
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Business Spectator
Europe and the UK weigh the consequences of a breachWe must find a “reasonable compromise … there will be no room for discriminatio
Europe and the UK weigh the consequences of a breach
Business Spectator / Posted 17 days ago
We must find a “reasonable compromise … there will be no room for discrimination,” European Commission President Donald Tusk warned on the UK’s membership debate this week, speaking to the heart of pre-referendum demands. And Westminster? Well, the... Read more
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The New Statesman
The New Statesman profile: publishing giant George Weidenfeld (1919-2016)If he were a character in fiction, George Weidenfeld would work best as a baddi
The New Statesman profile: publishing giant George Weidenfeld (1919-2016)
The New Statesman / Posted 18 days ago
If he were a character in fiction, George Weidenfeld would work best as a baddie: the bulbous-eyed, mittel-European Herr Fixit who dabbles around power, enjoys the company of lithe-legged lovelies and knows the Pope. What the devil is he up to? A... Read more
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chroniclelive
Jeremy Corbyn is not the problem for the Labour partyIt is the party’s MPs who have lined up to bitterly attack the Labour leader’s
Jeremy Corbyn is not the problem for the Labour party
chroniclelive / Posted 22 days ago
It is the party’s MPs who have lined up to bitterly attack the Labour leader’s every move and criticise the poisonous political atmosphere he has created whilst ignoring their own contribution to it. They slam Corbyn’s supporters for personal... Read more
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Canberra Times
Alan Rickman obituary: from a council estate childhood to Hollywood fame21/02/1946 - 14/01/2016 Alan Rickman, the actor and director, who has died age
Alan Rickman obituary: from a council estate childhood to Hollywood fame
Canberra Times / Posted 24 days ago
21/02/1946 - 14/01/2016 Alan Rickman, the actor and director, who has died aged 69, took sneering screen villainy to new levels as (among others) the scheming chaplain Obadiah Slope in the BBC's television adaptation of Trollope's The Barchester... Read more
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The Age
Alan Rickman obituary: from a council estate childhood to Hollywood fame21/02/1946 - 14/01/2016 Alan Rickman, the actor and director, who has died age
Alan Rickman obituary: from a council estate childhood to Hollywood fame
The Age / Posted 24 days ago
21/02/1946 - 14/01/2016 Alan Rickman, the actor and director, who has died aged 69, took sneering screen villainy to new levels as (among others) the scheming chaplain Obadiah Slope in the BBC's television adaptation of Trollope's The Barchester... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Alan Rickman obituary: from a council estate childhood to Hollywood fame21/02/1946 - 14/01/2016 Alan Rickman, the actor and director, who has died age
Alan Rickman obituary: from a council estate childhood to Hollywood fame
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 24 days ago
21/02/1946 - 14/01/2016 Alan Rickman, the actor and director, who has died aged 69, took sneering screen villainy to new levels as (among others) the scheming chaplain Obadiah Slope in the BBC's television adaptation of Trollope's The Barchester... Read more
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WA Today
Alan Rickman obituary: from a council estate childhood to Hollywood fame21/02/1946 - 14/01/2016 Alan Rickman, the actor and director, who has died age
Alan Rickman obituary: from a council estate childhood to Hollywood fame
WA Today / Posted 24 days ago
21/02/1946 - 14/01/2016 Alan Rickman, the actor and director, who has died aged 69, took sneering screen villainy to new levels as (among others) the scheming chaplain Obadiah Slope in the BBC's television adaptation of Trollope's The Barchester... Read more
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