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Parade’s End is a period drama like no other

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By Chloe McKay I adore a really good period drama as they sweep me out of modern life and into a romantic and long forgotten world. Now some may say it is soppy to root for such characters as Elizabeth Bennett or Charles Dickens’ Little Dorrit but, I have always found that it is powerful […]

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Boris Johnson dances at Olympic closing ceremony

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Mayor of London, Boris Johnson, was caught wiggling to the Spice Girls at the closing ceremony of the London 2012 Olympics. Look at him go! (Via Twitter: @M4TT)

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Brits! It’s time to quit the moaning and embrace the Olympics

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By Natalie Clark There are only three days to go until the world focuses its eyes on our fair capital, and as each day speeds by, the final sprint to finalise preparations seems to be stalked by an ever growing, darkening cloud. It engulfs everything in its path, continuously throwing down bucket after bucket, drenching […]

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The importance of the British Monarchy

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By Jake Tudge The recent Diamond Jubilee celebrations have left many of us questioning whether there are still advantages in having a Monarchy. Many also question what exactly the Monarchies role is in today’s society. HM Queen Elizabeth II acts as the figurehead for the United Kingdom and the Commonwealth as well as being an ambassador […]

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PM wrong not to investigate Jeremy Hunt, says Labour

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By Josh Wells Calls for the Culture Secretary, Jeremy Hunt, to resign his ministerial office have been made by Labour politicians after Mr Hunt’s appearance in front of the Leveson Inquiry. Labour claim the Cabinet Minister broke ministerial code in his handling of News Corporation’s bid to take control of BskyB. The question then arises: who decides […]

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Cameron calls for suspension of sanctions on Burma

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By Simon Farnsworth  British Prime Minister David Cameron has called for the suspension of sanctions on Burma in recognition of democratic progress in the Asian state. Speaking with pro-democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi in Rangoon today, Mr Cameron said that “suspending rather than lifting sanctions is the right answer” as this would encourage further progress in […]

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2012 Budget Breakdown

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By David Burridge, Economics Editor “Britain is going to earn it’s way in the world. There is no other road to recovery” declared chancellor George Osborne as he delivered the 2012 budget this afternoon. Osborne announced the threshold at which no tax has to be paid will rise to £9205 and the controversial top tax […]

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BP reaches $7.8bn settlement over Gulf of Mexico oil spill

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By Simon Farnsworth  BP has announced it will pay out $7.8bn (£5bn) to the people affected by the Gulf of Mexico oil spill. The out of court settlement was reached late on Friday night ahead of Monday’s trial in New Orleans. This case has now been adjourned for a second time “in order to allow the […]

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The hidden success of Occupy London

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Matt Allison looks in to what Occupy London has taught us. This Tuesday saw Occupy London cleared largely without violence in the middle of the night. Eye reports suggest that resistance was at a minimum, with only 20 arrests made at the camp which has been stationed outside St Pauls Cathedral since October 15 . It appears […]

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National Library Day raises importance of libraries in today’s society

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By Ian Simpson A library is not just a repository for knowledge and information. As it has always been, it is a birthplace of wonder and wisdom. February 4 saw the first National Library Day (NLD) in the UK which in itself highlights just how relevant these places are today. They mean a lot to […]

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