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So, Lord Lloyd Webber, what would Jesus do about tax credits cuts?

So, Lord Lloyd Webber, what would Jesus do about tax credits cuts? George Osborne should be aware of his achievement, because he must be one of the first people to be warned he’s being too mean to the poor by a body made up of the aristocracy, people dressed in ermine and bishops. This proves…

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15 best kids’ swimwear

15 best kids’ swimwear Kids love swimming, and no more so than in the summer holidays when (hopefully) the sun’s out. Read on to find out what’s the best children’s swimwear for the season ahead, from waterproof nappies for little ones to swimshorts and tankinis for teenagers – and everything in between. 1. Boden Swim Trunks: £10.50,…

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Frankie Boyle compares Tory leadership contest to ‘choosing the antichrist’

Frankie Boyle compares Tory leadership contest to ‘choosing the antichrist’ For every leadership contest, there is an inevitable chaos and ugliness which springs from contenders attacking each other and being questioned on their most controversial actions or views.  The Conservative leadership contest is no exception, having already proved so messy it sparked Julius Ceaser betrayal-inspired…

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9 best gourmet dog treats

9 best gourmet dog treats Call out the word “treat” and dogs are pretty much putty in your hands. But what to do when their taste becomes more discerning than gravy bones? Should your dog fancy itself as a four-legged foodie, the online treat aisle now offers much more than bog-standard biscuits. From fishy bites…

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Chilcot report finds Tony Blair went to war in Iraq when crisis could have been resolved peacefully

Chilcot report finds Tony Blair went to war in Iraq when crisis could have been resolved peacefully

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5 Mens Après-Ski Essentials

5 Mens Après-Ski Essentials Style Off The Slopes With the alpine ski season now well under way, we thought it fitting to give you a heads up on the latest high altitude styles. But with skiing and snowboarding attracting such a number of wildly different age groups and personalities, its difficult to prescribe one particular…

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One in five couples in ‘distressed’ relationships, report finds

One in five couples in ‘distressed’ relationships, report finds Nearly three million people in Britain are in “distressed” relationships where they regularly argue or consider divorce, a new report has found. The stresses of parenting and financial pressures are heaping strains on relationships, leaving 1.4 million families “at breaking point”, the study warned. Experts said…

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Synesthesia artist Jack Coulter creates ‘musical painting’ of Glastonbury 2016

Synesthesia artist Jack Coulter creates ‘musical painting’ of Glastonbury 2016 Synesthesia artist Jack Coulter has turned the rare neurological condition that allows him to ‘hear’ colour and ‘see’ sound into a striking visual canvas for Glastonbury. The 21-year-old teamed up with Deezer to create the bold painting after listening to a playlist of this year’s…

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My father fought in WW1, and my mother learned Esperanto – this is what they would have thought of Brexit

My father fought in WW1, and my mother learned Esperanto – this is what they would have thought of Brexit Politicians have, for personal gain and ambition, led us into the Brexit perdition “Britain, right or wrong.” My Dad also used to say that, just to make me mad. Born in 1899 and married to…

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10 best waterproof headphones

10 best waterproof headphones Whether you’re swimming, surfing or paddle-boarding, there is no reason why your session in the water can’t come with a soundtrack – if you invest in some clever waterproof headphones. From bone conducting technology to underwater MP3 players that plug straight into your computer, there’s something here for every swimmer. Some…

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