'I think people might just be thinking that because we’ve both got curly hair'
'People didn't want me to die, but he's dead. So there you go, everyone has to get used to it.'
Could he be a Whitewalker?
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George RR Martin will likely be pleased as it gives him more time to finish The Winds of Winter
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Actor was photographed not wearing his Night's Watch armour
Kit Harington has been spotted in Belfast shooting what looks to be a climactic episode
I wager women think about sex just as much as men
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It is hard to accept that something that enormous and that popular can be as good as people tell you it is. A Song of Ice and Fire, George RR Martin's vast fantasy epic – simply reading that phrase will close some minds instantly – has been appearing at irregular intervals since 1996. It is now being adapted as a television series. The first season, A Game of Thrones, recently aired on HBO and Sky Atlantic.
Children sleep within inches of fungi growing through walls. Immigrants live illegally in sheds in other people's back gardens. These are just two examples of the rise of slum housing in Britain, as individuals and local authorities struggle to cope with a 21st-century housing crisis which has led to unscrupulous "slum landlords" profiteering from society's most vulnerable.