Whatever the temperature, being phlegmatic is usually the order of the day in Britain; very much a unifying defining characteristic that will persist for generations
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Wednesday 18 February 2009
Widnes’s caretaker coach, John Stankevitch, is likely to be given an extended chance to show that he should be considered for the full-time job. Stankevitch, assistant to Steve McCormack, who was sacked on Monday, has been put in charge, starting with Saturday’s Northern Rail Cup game against Gateshead.
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Radio 4's Today programme has long been known for its sober presentation of the morning's news, crisply delivered by famously unflappable broadcasters as the nation munches on its cereal.
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Elvis runs through his grandfather's field, laughing and shouting. He runs past banana trees and cassava plants, onions and beans. Past the sweet potatoes and millet, over the sorghum and soya beans.
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