The MP for Portsmouth said she would donate her participation fee to charity
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Tuesday 01 April 2008
As the British Championships began here last night with Olympic places up for grabs and 17-year-old Fran Halsall in the spotlight, swimsuits as much as the athletes inside them remained the sport's hottest talking point.
Tuesday 11 March 2008
Sunday 24 February 2008
Conrad Black, the disgraced newspaper baron, is fighting a final battle to stay out of jail, even as he and his family begin preparations for his six and a half-year stretch at a low-security Florida prison.
Sunday 30 December 2007
One of my favourite films ever, if I'm being honest, is 'National Lampoon's American Vacation'. If I'm ever actually asked, then I reply with more sophisticated choices such as '37.2 Degrees le Matin' (Betty Blue) or 'Being There'. The truth, however, is that I love this light comedy starring Chevy Chase travelling across the USA with his dysfunctional family for a holiday at Wally World, a nightmarish Disney-type destination.
Saturday 14 July 2007
Wednesday 09 August 2006
Monday 31 July 2006
It would not be unreasonable to presume that, given the rise in temperature over the past few years, we British might have learnt to dress in the heat. But no. The native male's predilection for doing his shopping topless when the sun shines is as prevalent as ever.
Wednesday 28 September 2005
Thursday 11 August 2005
Monday 08 November 2004
Changing into his swimming trunks as dawn penetrates the November gloom, Robert Sutherland-Smith is angry, if still polite. "We simply ask that we should be allowed to do for the next 100 years what we have been doing here for the last 100," he says.
Sunday 08 August 2004
Thursday 04 May 2000
Wednesday 03 May 2000
Tuesday 02 May 2000
Wednesday 19 April 2000
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