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Tuesday 21 April 2009
In your leading article "The EU must not shut the door on Turkish membership", (7 April), you rightly highlight the stubborn, confused and old-fashioned opposition from France and Germany to Turkish EU accession.
Monday 13 April 2009
Wednesday 26 November 2008
The pirate "mother ship" sunk last week by the Indian navy was in reality a Thai fishing vessel that had been seized by pirates just hours earlier. Fourteen members of its crew are still missing and one has been found dead.
Saturday 08 November 2008
An inquest into the deaths of seven crewmen who drowned when their fishing boat sank off the Isle of Man is set to conclude today.
Sunday 13 July 2008
And now, let us give praise to the European Union.
Sunday 06 July 2008
Old skippers from Florida have not taken too kindly to an upstart Essex lad muscling in on their territory. People who fished on their boats called them "characters". They were renowned for their rudeness, unwillingness to listen and general bloody-mindedness. But if you wanted to fish the Keys hotspots, you often had to put up with your skipper being drunk, aggressive, abusive and often all three.
Friday 16 May 2008
Having drifted for a few years after leaving school, Kris Spearing, 21, is studying for an NVQ level two in sea fishing at Whitby & District Fishing Industry Training School
Tuesday 15 January 2008
He's been spotted on top of Table Mountain, been a stowaway on board a trawler and visited an upmarket shopping centre. Meet Cape Town's latest celebrity: John Wayne, a 10-year-old baboon.
Wednesday 07 June 2006
England 551-6 dec Sri Lanka 192 & 537-9: Flintoff's folly and diabolical fielding let Sri Lanka off hook
Tuesday 16 May 2006
Andrew Flintoff has produced many heroic performances for England, and he will no doubt continue to do so, but the piece of cricket he was involved in at 4.55pm yesterday afternoon was not one of them. Flintoff's decision to bowl a bouncer at the Sri Lankan tailender, Muttiah Muralitharan, after the umpires had met to discuss whether the light was fit enough for play, was not one of the brightest pieces of cricket Lord's has seen.
Sunday 12 February 2006
Wednesday 19 October 2005
Thursday 23 December 2004
Thursday 19 February 2004
Thursday 12 February 2004
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