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2014/07/25 15:24
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Image: Sonia Roy/Collagene.com The word “progress”, which signifies a “going forwards”, cannot have a fixed meaning. In these quickly changing times, we have to ask what is really future-directed and...
2014/07/25 15:24
2014/07/25 15:24
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2014/07/24 14:28
2014/07/24 14:28
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David Cameron and Boris Johnson are to go ahead with their tennis match against Vladimir Putin's former ministers and his wife, insisting the oligarch "certainly wasn't" one of the Russian leader's...
2014/07/23 11:36
2014/07/23 11:36
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Cambridge News Wednesday 23 Jul 2014 11:57 AM 22/07/14 RAND Europe summer reception22/07/14 Christs College Rand Europe event From Left Jane Ramsey Michael Portillo Hermann Hauser and Martin Rees...
2014/07/21 12:35
2014/07/21 12:35
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It is, but the early 90s seems far longer away in so many ways, and so does globetrotting, wheeler-dealing Blair. Who he is now and who the rest of us are makes it harder to evaluate his substantial...
2014/07/17 10:24
2014/07/17 10:24
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Cartoon by Ralph Steadman In March, midway through her set-piece cross-examination at the phone-hacking trial, as she explained her campaigning style of journalism, Rebekah Brooks said: “When we did...
2014/07/17 07:35
2014/07/17 07:35
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David Cameron's nominee for the new EU executive ran into trouble on Wednesday within 24 hours of being named when he was accused of being a "radical anti-European" who would struggle to pass muster...
2014/07/16 14:24
2014/07/16 14:24
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In ten months’ time, David Cameron’s political career could be over before he has reached his 50th birthday. Defeat to Ed Miliband, for whom he has never disguised his contempt, would consign him to...
2014/07/16 09:34
2014/07/16 09:34
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British Prime Minister David Cameron. Picture: Andrew Matthews David Cameron has dramatically hardened his government's eurosceptic stance for a battle with Brussels, but may have weakened his hand...
2014/07/14 21:35
2014/07/14 21:35
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Former chancellor Kenneth Clarke, who has held office in every Conservative government since 1972, is to resign as a minister. The veteran MP, who recently celebrated his 74th birthday, was in jovial...
2014/07/11 21:17
2014/07/11 21:17
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There is a famous 1966 comedy sketch from The Frost Report that you’ve no doubt seen. The one where Ronnie Corbett (4ft 11in), Ronnie Barker (5ft 8in) and John Cleese (6ft 5in) highlight the rising...
2014/07/07 11:24
2014/07/07 11:24
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There has been no more vociferous critic of Labour's direction in recent years than Peter Mandelson. In an interview in the new issue of Progress, he repeats a familiar charge against Ed Miliband...
2014/07/06 05:42
2014/07/06 05:42
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Two scenes from British political life in the second decade of the 21st century that reveal quite a lot about our two main contenders. Scene One: It is Wednesday night at the Hurlingham Club in south...
2014/07/03 09:24
2014/07/03 09:24
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The Labour Party, Harold Wilson once remarked, is like a stagecoach. “If you rattle along at great speed, everybody is too exhilarated or too seasick to cause any trouble. But if you stop, everybody...
2014/07/02 06:42
2014/07/02 06:42
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Time was once a rough and ready thing to be marked by the movements of the sun and the vagaries of the church clock. But as the 19th century matured, the electrical telegraph and the alarm clock...
2014/07/01 22:54
2014/07/01 22:54
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Last week, a humbled England football team slipped back into Britain as inconspicuously as possible after its narrow but conclusive World Cup defeats. Yesterday a humiliated prime minister who had...
2014/06/30 11:51
2014/06/30 11:51
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Labour peer Peter Mandelson to get Serbia contract - because Tony Blair is 'too expensive' EX-LABOUR spin doctor Peter Mandelson is set to win a lucrative advisory contract with Serbia - because Tony...
2014/06/29 22:24
2014/06/29 22:24
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For months, Ed Balls has been pushing for Labour to adopt a more unambiguously pro-business tone, demonstrating that it has a plan to create wealth, not just to distribute it more fairly. In his...
2014/06/27 07:09
2014/06/27 07:09
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Johnny Grey, a designer and pioneer of the modern kitchen, says: “I remember seeing this amazing kitchen in Manhattan where the Aga had never been turned on and was used to store files.” Of course, a...
2014/06/26 09:24
2014/06/26 09:24
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Back in March, shortly after it opened, I asked Chiltern Firehouse for a reservation. The suddenly hip Marylebone joint came back with an offer: “We can fit you in on 6 July.” A three-and-a-half-month...
2014/06/25 11:24
2014/06/25 11:24
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The Guardianrecently reported on just how narrow a church the Labour Party has become. Most of its candidates for key seats are Westminster insiders, the alumni of think tanks, political...
2014/07/25 15:24
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