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- Andrew Martin: Real men carry power tools - or they used to
- Paul Vallely: Add a few irrelevant facts, stir and let prejudice do the rest
- Katy Guest: 'Social jetlag' just confirms it - modern life makes us ill
- Youth worker: 'She'd go at night to be with the only people she trusted: her abusers'
- DJ Taylor: Why I envy the French and the Greeks...
- Harriet Walker: Fake tan makes me quite like myself
- Patrick Cockburn: Netanyahu's threats to bomb Iran have served Israel – and the US – very well
- Matt Chorley: Welcome to Britain's sex toy capital
- Alice Jones: Being outlandish is the name of the game
- Andy McSmith: All right, she got a few texts from Cameron. But influential? Well connected? Don't make her LOL
- Matthew Bell: The Emperor's New Clothes (13/05/12)
- Hugh Montgomery: Rant & Rave (13/05/12)
- The run machine is now showing a human side
- Notts frustrated as Strauss finds form
- Untimely Bopara setback opens door for Bairstow
- Taylor fits the bill for England as Bopara is hit by injury scare
- On the Front Foot: Can life ever be the same for spurned Lord's chief Collier?
- County Championship round-up: Dazzling Surrey denied
- County round-up: Nightwatchman has his day as Rayner hits unbeaten ton
- Revolt: Join in the shareholder spring
- Keep cool in the heat of an auction and bag a bargain
- Payday lenders 'failing to properly record borrowers' credit history'
- Be prepared for the job axe to fall
- Wealth Check: 'How can we put a bit aside to enjoy luxuries?'
- BlackRock launches range of European debt funds
- Brits put baby plans on hold as confidence dips
- Julian Knight: Drop in storecard use proves public is credit savvy
- Questions Of Cash: NatWest ignored me over old account
- Derek Pain: Small shareholders will be the losers in RBS consolidation
- Five Questions About: Foreign currency
- Does Co-op deal look tempting to energy switchers?
- Donald MacInnes: Why I wouldn't cry if my former team Rangers went under
- Digital can pay off for charity
- The Bargain Hunter: Cut-price kitchens with television deals
- Spotlight On: Close brothers premium gold
- Ben Yearsley: High-risk, but BlackRock could prove a gold mine
- Tesco bond doesn't offer supermarket savings
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