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Never happy with a nappy

At the risk of sounding like a shiny suited refugee from the 1970s’ club circuit, it does appear that the parameters of what we are allowed to laugh about in public are narrowing fast.

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New leader must stem disloyalty

It would be unwise in British politics to predict the outcome of the current Conservative leadership battle, especially in the present maelstrom condition of the Tory party.

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Cashing in on your chips ...

Stacy Madison never intended to be an entrepreneur. She started her career as a social worker specialising in helping pregnant women with drug problems in Boston, Massachusetts.

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Value of the magic lantern

The memory which defines my happy childhood is sitting in my grandparents’ front room watching their ancient television while it blared out the opening strains of Coronation Street.

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A bright future for Farage?

The Labour Party’s surprise victory at the Peterborough by-election, despite the party’s muddled policy over Brexit, came as a welcome surprise to Jeremy Corbyn - who, however, would be mistaken if he believes this triumph has put paid to Nigel Farage and his flashy new Brexit Party.

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