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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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REVIEW: The Dark Knight Rises

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By Max Lalanne, film critic It’s always difficult to figure out how to clearly categorize or define one of Chris Nolan’s films in his Batman trifecta, and none more so than “The Dark Knight Rises.” Nolan has always brought his auteur-ish artistry to his projects, even when we’re talking huge mega-blockbusters that everyone has been waiting […]

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A solution to the unfair global distribution of pharmaceutical products

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By Josh Wells This article is a presentation of an alternative system to the global distribution of pharmaceutical products with the intention of being able to effectively meet the needs of the third world, which the current system fails to do. Before presenting the alternative system it is necessary to have an understanding of the […]

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Eyewitness videos of the Batman shooting in Denver

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By Simon Farnsworth At least 12 people have died and a further 50 injured after a masked gunman opened fire at a midnight screening of the ‘Dark Knight Rises’ in Denver, Colorado. Police have arrested  James Holmes, a 24-year-old man from Aurora, Colorado, in connection with the shootings. Below are eye witness interviews and mobile phone footage of […]

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5 Olympic stars set to light up London 2012

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Usain Bolt, 25, Jamaica, 100m, 200m, 4x10o The main man of athletics has been riding a wave of success since his breath taking performance at Beijing 2008. That was until being disqualified from the 100m final of  the World Championships last year. More recently Bolt has faced increasing competition from his training partner and fellow Jamaican, Yohan Blake, […]

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The not so Amazing Spider-Man

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By Max Lalanne, film critic I should probably say that going into “Amazing Spider-Man,” I was completely unfamiliar with the cinematic exploits of Peter Parker and Gwen Stacy and whoever else resides in Spidey’s universe. Meaning, unlike a great majority, I haven’t seen Sam Raimi’s original trilogy starring Tobey Maguire, and therefore have no unfortunate […]

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Nicolas Sarkozy’s home raided by French police

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By Simon Farnsworth The home and offices of former French President Nicolas Sarkozy have been raided by French police as part of an investigation into how his campaign for office was financed in 2007. The investigation relates to alleged illegal donations from France’s wealthiest woman, L’Oreal heir, Liliane Bettencourt, to Sarkozy’s UMP party during the […]

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Obamacare is a miscarriage of justice; healthcare is not a right

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By Michael Caution, Columbus The US Supreme Court’s decision to uphold Obamacare as constitutional is a regrettable miscarriage of justice to supporters of freedom and individual liberty. At stake was whether or not the federal government has the power to force individuals to buy a private commodity, i.e., insurance. But more fundamentally, what was at stake […]

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Why Obamacare is good for America

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By J. N. Bruns When the healthcare debate reached its climax in 2009, I stood with the 51% of Americans who supported what was then-called the “public option.” The public insurance option was a proposed health insurance plan, similar to the health plan offered to federal employees, and could be offered by the federal government […]

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A night that showcased the beautiful side of sport

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By Alex Jones Tonight is the night of the underdog. A night when David rose up to defeat Goliath not once but twice. A magical night which first saw Italy seamlessly dismiss the much fancied Germans to claim its place in the final of Euro 2012. This, a sizeable shock in the footballing world, was paled in to […]

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