Police have launched a murder inquiry after a former boxer died in an incident at a New Year’s Eve party.
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Tuesday 16 May 2006
British households pay an extra £832 a year in grocery bills due to the huge EU subsidy system that is also depriving tens of thousands of African farmers of their livelihoods, a charity warns.
Saturday 06 May 2006
Sunday 30 January 2005
Wednesday 13 October 2004
Sunday 03 October 2004
What was that all about, then? It was almost as if Tony Blair fell out of a door into the street, tie askew, shouted incomprehensible words at shadowy figures in an upstairs window, then retreated, slamming the door behind him and leaving us, the people in the street, looking at each other and wondering what was going on.
Thursday 30 September 2004
Sunday 26 September 2004
Liberal Democrats are predicting a photo finish this week in the by-election contest to choose a successor to Peter Mandelson as MP for Hartlepool.
Saturday 18 September 2004
The Owton Manor sequence dancing group is ideal canvassing territory for Iain Wright, the young councillor who wants to prove that he won't repeat the outgoing Hartlepool MP's fabled failure to distinguish between guacamole and mushy peas.
Thursday 09 September 2004
The former cabinet minister Peter Mandelson formally stepped down as a Member of Parliament yesterday to take up his new position as a European Commissioner.
Sunday 01 August 2004
Saturday 24 July 2004
It is said that Peter Mandelson never endeared himself to his Hartlepool constituents after a story perhaps apocryphal emerged that he confused the fish and chip shop side order of mushy peas with guacamole, a rather more metropolitan delicacy.
Thursday 22 July 2004
Monday 05 July 2004
The former Northern Ireland Secretary and MP for Hartlepool knows all about the value of words, which is why his every utterance is parsed as though it had arrived by messenger from the ancient oracle at Delphi. So when Peter Mandelson says - as he does in an interview to be broadcast this week - that Gordon Brown is a "a big politician with very big ideas ... and has many more big ideas in him", we prick up our ears.
Thursday 11 March 2004
Tuesday 16 December 2003
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