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Thursday 26 November 2009
One advantage of being a true hardcore anti-war obsessive - I mean "doughty and dogged" - is that you do know a lot. Chris Ames realises that the reporting of the Iraq Inquiry is, as I suggested here, here and here, highly selective and biased:
Friday 23 October 2009
Soldiers, ex-soldiers and military families are set to speak out against the war in Afghanistan before joining a protest tomorrow.
Sunday 02 August 2009
Sunday 21 June 2009
In the fuss over Ed Balls, the Education Secretary, seeming to disagree with the Prime Minister over the openness of the Chilcot inquiry into the Iraq war, a more important bit of positioning seems to have been missed. After Balls said, on ITV1 This Morning last Wednesday, "the more open we can be about all of these things, the better", Fern Britton asked him:
Tuesday 21 April 2009
Did someone say that to Tony Blair when he played the part of Captain Stanhope in Journey's End, R.C. Sherriff's anti-war play, at Fettes College at the age of 17?
Friday 27 March 2009
Waltz with Bashir has been banned in most Arab countries, and it's easy to see why.
Saturday 21 March 2009
The outspoken anti-war MP George Galloway has been banned from entering Canada on the grounds of national security.
Thursday 12 March 2009
Yes, we get it. You did not agree with the war. Another conspiracist Freedom of Information anti-war special. Apparently some emails that were disclosed to the Hutton and Butler enquiries,* but not published at the time, say much the same as emails that were published.
Friday 28 March 2008
If Hey Ma marks the return of James into the national consciousness, it does so with great aplomb and, perversely, sentimental devotion to the time that originally spawned the group.
Friday 17 November 2006
The fashion world was braced for renewed criticism yesterday for encouraging women to endanger their lives by shedding pounds and trimming waists to a virtual vanishing point after it emerged that a rising young model from Brazil has died from complications arising from the eating disorder anorexia.
Monday 05 June 2006
With Wayne Rooney safely on board, the England World Cup squad leave Luton airport for Germany this afternoon after Sven Goran Eriksson gave the clearest sign yet that he expects the 20-year-old to be making the same journey to join up with his team-mates again come Wednesday.
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