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Ali Bongo: The magicians' elder statesman

When Ali Bongo stood for office last year as president of The Magic Circle, a small handful of people within the famous magical society questioned whether such a prestigious organisation ought to have a president with such a silly name. They couldn't have been more wrong. To thousands of magicians, to just about every other kind of entertainer the world over and to millions of members of the public, "Ali Bongo" was as certain a passport to magic as "Abracadabra".

Victory hopes fade for England

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London third most expensive city in world for property

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Jeremy Warner: Indian IT takes a further knock

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The doctor who bombed Britain

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