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Though the Irish may be only occasional heroes with the bat and ball, what they are good at is saddle and silks – particularly at Aintree. They also turn a fair hand to pen and paper and yesterday in rural Co Westmeath the last two alliterative pairs came together.
'Our ideas rarely come to pass, but after a few bottles, they do seem good at the time'
Heavyweight concert promoter Harvey Goldsmith has already had one good reason to be displeased by the BBC this year. He and Bob Geldof got a formal apology from the Corporation, after a World Service programme suggested the cash raised for Africa by Band Aid had helped to fund weapons rather than charity.
"Ephesus welcomes you" blares the huge poster on the stage in Regent's Park, suggesting we are tourists on a summer outing, not a bad way of defining the merry mayhem in Shakespeare's farcical comedy of mistaken identity in a town full of cozenage and odd behaviour.
Three weeks of lobbying persuaded Attorney General to support the invasion
Former attorney general Lord Goldsmith today described how he gave the "green light" for military action against Iraq just a month after expressing concerns about the legality of the war.
Attorney general was not bullied into backing invasion, says Blair's ex-chief of staff
He tells us he is 'meeting his commitments', Tory leader says on TV show
Firms which knock on your door offering riches from a dead relative usually want their share
Conservative candidate would refuse to compromise his environmental principles
The Conservative and environmentalist answers your questions, such as 'How would you help the unemployed?' and 'What is your biggest poker loss?'