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Who’d have thought Iain Duncan Smith would become Jeremy Corbyn’s latest (unofficial) cheerleader?

Who’d have thought Iain Duncan Smith would become Jeremy Corbyn’s latest (unofficial) cheerleader? Jeremy Corbyn’s passionate response to the Budget on Wednesday was peppered with many of the usual Labour slogans. Though perhaps predictable that Labour would hammer home the message of cuts being a political choice and not an economic necessity, few would have…

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Lionel Messi and father to appeal sentences for tax fraud

Lionel Messi and father to appeal sentences for tax fraud Barcelona striker Lionel Messi and his father Jorge will appeal against the 21-month prison sentences for tax fraud imposed on them by a Catalan court. Messi’s management company said on Wednesday night that the pair would take appeals to the supreme court, even though neither…

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Iraq and the Rupert Murdoch connection: The media mogul’s network of pro-war campaigners

Iraq and the Rupert Murdoch connection: The media mogul’s network of pro-war campaigners Fourteen years ago, Mr Murdoch was helping prepare public opinion on both sides of the Atlantic for the invasion of Iraq Getty Images The screaming headline on the front of today’s edition of The Sun added to the shredding of Tony Blair’s…

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England target Super Series victory as action swings to the one-dayers

England target Super Series victory as action swings to the one-dayers It may have passed you by but England are currently 10-2 up on Sri Lanka.  The first Super Series, the brain child of Andrew Strauss to keep excitement bubbling across all formats of a series, swings to the one-day element on Tuesday at Trent…

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Euro 2016: The best beers to drink for every team during this summer’s tournament

Euro 2016: The best beers to drink for every team during this summer’s tournament Beer and football. It’s one of the world’s most sociable double acts and, with Euro 2016 hogging the TV listings, now is the time to stock up on the stuff for a month’s worth of sporting action. To give the beer…

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Men’s Fashion Basics – Part 44 – 5 Shoes Every Man Should Own

Men’s Fashion Basics – Part 44 – 5 Shoes Every Man Should Own Someone said to me a couple of days ago that men will never be into shoes in the same way that women are. I smiled and nodded as is standard in these kinds of situations; however, on reflection and much thought, I…

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Friends Reunited: Why many of us still carry a torch for the site that brought old flames and former pals together

Friends Reunited: Why many of us still carry a torch for the site that brought old flames and former pals together   In the same week it was announced that the cast of Friends would be at least partially reuniting for television, the website Friends Reunited announced that it would be closing. This prompted one…

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The Hottest New Mens Trainer Releases: September 2015

The Hottest New Mens Trainer Releases: September 2015 Septembers shoe storm features everything from limited edition creations to reissues of sporting classics. However, the hot drops happening in the trainer world this month have the incoming weather to contend with. As a result, expect a greater number of designs from the likes of New Balance,…

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Tony Blair told George Bush ‘I will be with you, whatever’ months before joining Iraq War, Chilcot report reveals

Tony Blair told George Bush ‘I will be with you, whatever’ months before joining Iraq War, Chilcot report reveals

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European Grand Prix 2016: Lewis Hamilton fastest but teething problems on Baku’s F1 debut

European Grand Prix 2016: Lewis Hamilton fastest but teething problems on Baku’s F1 debut Formula One made its debut in Azerbaijan on Friday with some immediate teething problems and Mercedes’s triple world champion Lewis Hamilton fastest in practice around the Baku street circuit. Race director Charlie Whiting and officials spent time between the sessions fixing…

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