Category: Magizine

We should be grateful for Mark Carney’s uniquely calm response to Brexit

We should be grateful for Mark Carney’s uniquely calm response to Brexit Thank goodness for Mark Carney. Or rather thank George Osborne. Or maybe Gordon Brown. Or Ed Balls. Historians ought to give Brown and Balls due credit for their wisdom in granting independence to the Bank of England soon after Labour were elected in…

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After splitting with Al-Qaeda, Al-Nusra is being presented to the West as a moderate force. It’s nothing of the sort

After splitting with Al-Qaeda, Al-Nusra is being presented to the West as a moderate force. It’s nothing of the sort Fighters from the Syrian Jabhat al-Nusra AP So ol‘ Doc Ayman al-Zawahiri, Osama bin Laden’s chief executive successor, has told the Syrian Jabhat al-Nusra that it can dissociate itself from Al-Qaeda. Good public relations: Nusra doesn’t like…

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Corey Lewandowski, barely fired as Donald Trump’s manager, joins CNN as commentator

Corey Lewandowski, barely fired as Donald Trump’s manager, joins CNN as commentator After the rough and tumble of the campaign, he’s off to CNN Getty Images Just three days after being fired as Donald Trump’s campaign manager, Corey Lewandowski has picked up paid employment at the CNN 24-hours cable news network as the newest member…

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Euro 2016: British football fans ‘taunt begging children’ ahead of England vs Wales in Lille

Euro 2016: British football fans ‘taunt begging children’ ahead of England vs Wales in Lille

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Stephen Crabb pledges £100bn infrastructure fund to invest in schools and housing

Stephen Crabb pledges £100bn infrastructure fund to invest in schools and housing Crabb, 43, is the youngest contenders of five candidates currently in the race to succeed to David Cameron Getty Images Stephen Crabb, a candidate in the Conservative leadership race, has pledged to create a £100 billion Growing Britain Fund for infrastructure projects including…

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How to Talk to Girls at Parties, Neil Gaiman, Fabio Moon and Gabriel Ba, review: an extra-terrestrial teen romance in punk-era Croydon.

How to Talk to Girls at Parties, Neil Gaiman, Fabio Moon and Gabriel Ba, review: an extra-terrestrial teen romance in punk-era Croydon. First published a decade ago in prose form and nominated for a Hugo Award the following year, How to Talk to Girls at Parties is a short story by Neil Gaiman which is…

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7 Transitional Pieces That Will Boost Your Spring Wardrobe

7 Transitional Pieces That Will Boost Your Spring Wardrobe The Olive Blazer Your plate isnt the only place to fill up on greens. The shade dominated on AW15 runways and lingers, in more muted form, for SS16. For those nervous at the idea of any colour, its a way to introduce some brightness without dazzling;…

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Typhoon Nepartak tears across Pacific Ocean towards Taiwan as thousands are evacuated

Typhoon Nepartak tears across Pacific Ocean towards Taiwan as thousands are evacuated Thousands of tourists have been evacuated from Taiwan’s outlying islands as “Super Typhoon” Nepartak races across the Pacific. Typhoon Nepartak is bringing winds of up to 163mph and a rain diameter of 403 miles. Dozens of flights have been cancelled while a number of…

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GDP growth forecast to pick-up despite Brexit vote

GDP growth forecast to pick-up despite Brexit vote Britain’s GDP growth unexpectedly picked up in the second quarter of 2016 in the run-up to the Brexit referendum, according to the latest regular forecast from the National Institute of Economic and Social Research (NIESR). NIESR estimates that GDP grew by 0.6 per cent in the three…

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5 Ways To Wear Sandals

5 Ways To Wear Sandals This season its all about the sandal and adding straps to your warm-weather looks in place of tired old Topsiders and flip-flops. Sandals have always been pretty polarising, which is largely down to some gross misuse over the years and in the wrong hands they can still look terrible but…

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