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Sunday 11 April 2010
Ah, the National Gallery, temple of British art acquisition: the Wilton Diptych, medieval miracle of preservation and Christmas card elect; the Rokeby Venus, stripped from her native Spain; two of the nation's five covetable Vermeers; and, arguably the greatest treasure, free lavatories.
Thursday 25 February 2010
A baby boy who was hit by a falling lamppost died today.
Tuesday 23 February 2010
A baby boy is fighting for his life after he was hit by a falling lamppost today.
Wednesday 17 February 2010
Fashion designer Alexander McQueen hanged himself in his wardrobe after leaving a note at the scene, an inquest heard today.
Saturday 09 January 2010
In this bout of interesting weather I am minded to recall a seriously deprived childhood.
Tuesday 29 December 2009
Wednesday 16 December 2009
Tuesday 15 December 2009
Anthony Rota was the grandee of London modern first edition bookselling. Other booksellers might have made more noise and attracted more newspaper headlines, but Rota got on quietly with the business.
Sunday 22 November 2009
A teenager was today charged with the murder of a mother-of-two who was left dying and mutilated in the street, police said.
Tuesday 17 November 2009
Detectives launched a murder inquiry today after a woman was found mutilated and dying in the street.
Friday 30 October 2009
Saturday 10 October 2009
One virtue of the 1960s: the dreadful term "staycation" was a good four decades from being coined. At the time, mind, the majority of Brits had no option but to holiday at home. Even though the package-holiday industry was expanding rapidly, the government did its utmost to keep us at home with a limit on overseas spending of just £50. So the best way to travel vicariously was to visit exotic locations in Britain that distilled the essence of Abroad and served it up to the passer-by.
Wednesday 19 August 2009
A gang of youths set a woman's hair on fire with a lighter in an unprovoked attack on a train.
Monday 13 July 2009
Thursday 11 June 2009
The parents of a young British woman dying of cancer have been told by the Home Office they can no longer care for their daughter and must leave the country.
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