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Wednesday 21 April 2010
A woman given an Asbo for terrorising her neighbours has blamed her behaviour on an addiction to Red Bull.
Friday 30 October 2009
Much mirth among those who back Ofcom's plans to force Sky to share more content at lower prices. The submissions to Ofcom from sports associations representing cricket, rugby union and rugby league had more in common than the fact that they are opposed to the regulator's plans. The wording of each one is remarkably similar: almost as if the same person – or company – had offered them a template.
Tuesday 20 October 2009
Monday 08 September 2008
The vision of Manchester City's future, which is believed to have helped persuade the club's new Arab owners to take the plunge, projected the team as a brand of Virgin proportions with cars, scooters, restaurant chains and energy drinks all carrying the "City" name.
Sunday 24 August 2008
A controversial energy drink called Cocaine, marketed as 'The legal alternative' to the drug, was on sale yesterday, despite pledges by Keith Vaz, the chair of the Home Affairs Select Committee to halt its arrival in the UK.
Sunday 17 August 2008
Australian researchers have found that the sugar-free version of Red Bull may increase the danger of blood clots, and creates "sticky" blood, raising the risk of heart attack or stroke. How this affects the sales of Red Bull – last year 3.5 billion cans were sold in 143 countries – is yet to be seen.
Thursday 15 February 2007
This week's call by historians for pupils to be given more of a chronological understanding of their past should be heeded. Topic work on its own fails to give pupils an adequate understanding of why events took place. The popular topic of the Second World War is a case in point. You need to understand what happened in the run-up to the declaration of hostilities to make sense of what then happened. The Qualifications and Curriculum Authority, the body responsible for the national curriculum, should listen to the concerns of the Institute of Historical Research in their review of the secondary curriculum.
Sunday 22 January 2006
Saturday 07 February 2004
Sunday 19 December 1999
Sunday 19 December 1999
Tuesday 14 December 1999
Sunday 11 July 1999
Wednesday 16 June 1999
Saturday 08 August 1998
In defence of liberal democracy
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