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Saturday 18 January 2014
The rose gardens and parks of the US capital are under attack and only lethal force can save them from the doe-eyed assailants
Friday 10 January 2014
Owen Paterson yesterday lived splendidly up to his image as the Tory Cruella De Vil, draped luxuriously in the fur of culled badgers, by pointing to other countries where once-loved species were being drastically thinned out by the authorities.
Monday 30 December 2013
Police appealed for information from anyone who may have spotted the animal with a bolt in its head
Monday 09 December 2013
I don't mind being watched, so long I'm not aware of it
Sunday 13 October 2013
The year is 1905: China is weakened by corruption and conflict. Chai Mingzhi and his family join the thousands of emigrants who make the journey to South-east Asia to start anew. Established as a trader in Malacca, Chai adopts Engi, a boy from a forest tribe, who witnesses Chai’s world collapse around him as he suffers bereavement and betrayal.
Thursday 03 October 2013
"We are an island nation..." boomed the Churchillian voiceover, thus announcing, in case the title hadn't already given it away, that The Great British Year is yet another TV programme about how great Britain is. TV schedules are currently awash with patriotically themed shows such as the BBC panel show I Love My Country, but unlike some of its ilk, this wide-ranging nature documentary had something truly worth boasting about: our magnificent weather.
So you like deer stalking, Cameron? Hunted animals feel no less pain than Larry, the Downing Street cat
Wednesday 21 August 2013
The PM is in a unique position to demonstrate understanding of animals' intelligence, but he ignores this so he can treat other species as living targets
Thursday 15 August 2013
New featurettes promise Los Santos will be the most full-realised GTA city yet
Saturday 10 August 2013
Stags stalk the sun-dappled grounds of this stately home
Monday 08 July 2013
The gauntlet laid down by the maturing Al Kazeem at Sandown the previous day was promptly picked up yesterday by the younger colt who may yet lead the home defence in Paris this autumn. But the fact that Intello was dropped in trip, as well as grade, for a Group Three race at Maisons-Laffitte appeared to compound reservations about the suitability of the stamina test presented by the Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe.
Sunday 07 July 2013
The horse who has emerged as the discovery of the season continued his harvest of top prizes yesterday. Al Kazeem's decisive success in the Eclipse Stakes, his third in a row at Group 1 level, confirmed him as Britain's best middle-distance performer and a most credible candidate for the end-of-year showdown in the division, the Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe. His purposeful progress up the rankings is now there in the formbook; his place in public affection has been slower to come but his charisma must surely now be acknowledged.
Andy McSmith's Diary: Give war a chance, says Maria Miller, how else would we have created a strong Europe?
Monday 10 June 2013
Maria Miller, the Culture Secretary is going through a bad patch. She appeared on Today on Monday to talk about the Government’s plans to commemorate the centenary of the outbreak of the 1914-18 war.
Saturday 01 June 2013
Friday 24 May 2013
The Sherlock Holmes franchise has been assiduously exploited on the written page, on stage, cinema and TV ever since A Study in Scarlet announced the arrival of the world’s greatest detective back in 1887.
Thursday 07 March 2013
Report finds between 50 and 60 per cent of wild deer should be destroyed each year for population to remain stable
Sustained immigration has not harmed Britons' employment, say government advisers
Australia facing international condemnation after turning around Sri Lankans at sea
7/7 memorial defaced on anniversary of 2005 attacks with ‘Blair lied thousands died’ graffiti
Even when it brutalises one of its own teenage citizens, America is helpless against Israel
Socialist Worker called to apologise over ‘vile’ article saying Eton schoolboy Horatio Chapple's death is ‘reason to save the polar bears’
There’s a nasty smell in the political air – and it’s coming from the Tories
- 1 Howard Jacobson: Let's see the 'criticism' of Israel for what it really is
- 3 Belgium fan Axelle Despiegelaere lands L'Oreal campaign after World Cup viral photo
- 4 Britney Spears sings 'Alien' without Auto-Tune in embarrassing leaked audio clip
- 5 PornHub begs users to stop uploading video clips of Brazil getting beaten 7-1