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26/03/2017: FRONT PAGE: Mosul assault halted as fury grows over civilian deaths Iraqi military leaders yesterday ordered a pause in their push to recapture west Mosul from Islamic State as international outrage grew over the civilian toll from airstrikes that killed at least 150 people in a single district of the city. The attack...... Pubdate:

26/03/2017: FRONT PAGE: Westminster attacker acted alone, say police Police investigating the Westminster attack have concluded that Khalid Masood acted entirely alone for reasons that may never be known. In the most detailed breakdown yet of events on Westminster Bridge and parliament on Wednesday, police said that...... Pubdate:

26/03/2017: FRONT PAGE: DID YOU REMEMBER?
British Summer Time began at 1am this morning when clocks went forward one hour... Pubdate:

26/03/2017: NEWS: In London a defiant anti-Brexit gesture, while in Rome, Europe’s leaders gather solemnly to mark 60 years of unity - without the UK
Labour will refuse to vote in the House of Commons for any Brexit deal struck between Theresa May and the 27 remaining EU states unless the deal ensures precisely the same economic and trade benefits as Britain currently gains from full membership. In...... Pubdate:

26/03/2017: NEWS: Happy birthday to EU, sing the politely determined protesters It was not so much a march as a very patient and stubborn queue. Thousands of protesters waving European flags snaked through London yesterday to show their opposition to Brexit and celebrate the 60th anniversary of a European club they felt still very...... Pubdate:

26/03/2017: NEWS: A sombre summit, a forbidding silence, and a plea for the future Only once, and fleetingly, was the 28th member state of the European Union mentioned during the formalities of a distinctly sombre summit in Rome held to mark the 60th anniversary of the bloc. And it was not to celebrate what Boris Johnson has taken to...... Pubdate:

26/03/2017: NEWS: Momentum welcomes those expelled by Labour
People expelled from Labour after disciplinary inquiries will still be welcome inside the grassroots organisation Momentum – despite a new constitution designed to pave the way for its formal affiliation with the party. Last week, the Observer...... Pubdate:

26/03/2017: NEWS: Damien Hirst stakes all on his comeback Venice show of mythical ocean treasures
Two Venetian museums, the Palazzo Grassi and the Punta della Dogana, will fling open their doors in a fortnight and allow visitors to view one of the most tightly guarded art exhibitions of recent years. Treasures from the Wreck of the Unbelievable is...... Pubdate:

26/03/2017: NEWS: Most adopted children never see their birth family. Is that about to change?
When Amanda Boorman adopted Jazz, then aged five, social workers told her to avoid the town in which her child’s birth parents lived. “The impression I had was that they were quite scary and potentially quite dangerous,” she said. But Boorman, a...... Pubdate:

26/03/2017: NEWS: £500 charged for one directory inquiry leads to call for clampdown on ‘disgraceful’ 118 numbers Campaigners and telecoms industry insiders have renewed calls for the government to cap the fees charged by directory service numbers in the wake of three-figure bills racked up by customers for a single call. A report in the Observer’s Cash pages...... Pubdate:

26/03/2017: NEWS: Terror attack throws plan for 10-year overhaul of parliament estate into confusion
The Westminster terror attack has strengthened the case for MPs and peers to remain in parliament under one roof during a £4bn restoration, rather than undergo evacuation to different buildings, a former independent reviewer of terrorism legislation...... Pubdate:

26/03/2017: NEWS: Car-hire firms urged to give details of suspicious customers to the police Car-hire companies have been asked to forward details to police of customers suspected of using vehicles for criminal purposes in the wake of last week’s terror attack. Khalid Masood rented the 4x4 that he used to mow down pedestrians on Westminster...... Pubdate:

26/03/2017: NEWS: Hero of 2011 riots speaks up to defend ‘jihadi capital of Britain’
After enduring the full glare of the national spotlight six years ago, during the summer riots of 2011, the residents of the Birmingham inner-city suburb of Winson Green had happily returned to blissful anonymity – until last week. Khalid Masood lived...... Pubdate:

26/03/2017: NEWS: From a boy in the school rugby team to the Westminster killer The mystery of Khalid Masood’s journey into violence and terror
Around Christmas, neighbours saw a van outside a small but comfortable home in the Winson Green neighbourhood of Birmingham. Khalid Masood, his partner and two children were moving out. Their new home was close by, but infinitely less salubrious. Their...... Pubdate:

26/03/2017: NEWS: Plot to plant explosives in fake iPad led to the new US and UK airline laptop ban, security source reveals
The US-UK ban on selected electronic devices from the passenger cabins of flights from some countries in north Africa and the Middle East was partly prompted by a previously undisclosed plot involving explosives hidden in a fake iPad, according to a...... Pubdate:

26/03/2017: NEWS: We used to feel shielded here at the heart of power. Suddenly, horribly, that ended
Those of us who work in the Palace of Westminster as journalists enjoy extraordinary privilege. We live, socialise and work with the politicians who run the country. We see them daily, in their different guises, not just from high above in the press...... Pubdate:

26/03/2017: NEWS: ‘Flying washing machines’ and journey into violence and terror
By the end of the year, space engineers hope to fulfil one of their greatest dreams. They plan to land a privately funded probe on the moon and send a small robot craft trundling over the lunar surface. If they succeed they will open up the...... Pubdate:

26/03/2017: NEWS: GREAT RACES The American entrepreneur Peter Diamandis established the X Prize Foundation after he was inspired by the story of the Spirit of St Louis, which was flown by Charles Lindbergh on the first solo non-stop transatlantic flight in 1927, a direct result of...... Pubdate:

26/03/2017: BARBARA ELLEN: Motherhood, the great leveller? Not quite, Kate
The Duchess of Cambridge gave a talk at the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists last week on behalf of a series of films – Out of the Blue – produced by the Best Beginnings organisation, promoting good mental health for parents and their...... Pubdate:

26/03/2017: BARBARA ELLEN: Red Nose Day reprise was no laughing matter
It’s a shame, but the Comic Relief Red Nose Day Actually reprise of Love Actually was Guff Actually. The cast was there, everyone from Hugh Grant, Bill Nighy and Colin Firth to Keira Knightley, Rowan Atkinson, Liam Neeson and more. So you could applaud...... Pubdate:

26/03/2017: BARBARA ELLEN: Floreat Etona still for Dave and Boris During these difficult times, the main thing that has been upsetting me is the thought of David Cameron and Boris Johnson no longer being firm chums. Even before Brexit, things were a little shaky between them. (By “shaky”, I mean that Cameron would...... Pubdate:

26/03/2017: BARBARA ELLEN: I always think of Tracey [Emin] as the girl in the playground shouting ‘Me me me!’ Rachel Whiteread on her new show and fellow young British artists... Pubdate:

26/03/2017: NEWS: THE TWO INSURGENTS FIGHTING FOR THE SOUL OF FRANCE
“As Victor Hugo once proclaimed, we have not yet done with being French” Marine Le Pen, launching her presidential campaign in Lyon on 4 February “What keeps France united is the acceptance of the diversity of origins and destinies and the refusal of...... Pubdate:

26/03/2017: NEWS: HEAD TO HEAD: LE PEN v MACRON Immigration/security Le Pen Leave Schengen free movement zone. Cut legal immigration by 80% to 10,000. Build more prison space. Recruit 15,000 more police officers. Macron Remain in Schengen zone. Boost number of border police by 5,000 and hire...... Pubdate:

26/03/2017: NEWS: Austerity bites? Less chocolate for your money as packets shrink
Confectionery firm Mars is shrinking the pack size of favourite sweets including Maltesers, M&M’s and Minstrels by up to 15% in the latest example of an industry trend that is shortchanging shoppers. It is the second time within a year that Mars has...... Pubdate:

26/03/2017: NEWS: Mental health problems rife among teenagers but most say teachers lack skills to help them The vast majority of teenagers say they experience “emotional distress” after starting secondary school but claim teachers don’t have the skills to help them, research has found. Four in every five 12- to 16-year-olds in the survey said they felt they...... Pubdate:

26/03/2017: NEWS: the New Review
Th camera stays as close as a devoted lover, captivated by Braga’s miraculously expressive face Mark Kermode’s verdict on Brazilian satire Aquarius page 26... Pubdate:

26/03/2017: NEWS: Sellout festivals, soaring sales… poetry enjoys a renaissance
Against all publishing predictions, poetry, so long the Cinderella of literary forms, is back. Verse of all kinds is being celebrated across Britain in what readers and poets are now feeling confident enough to call a renaissance. The new popularity...... Pubdate:

26/03/2017: NEWS: Ukip’s only MP quits the party to sit as an independent: ‘the work is done and we won’
Ukip’s only MP, Douglas Carswell – who defected from the Tories less than three years ago – quit his new party yesterday accompanied by a burst of acrimonious comment from its grandees. While he insisted he was leaving “amicably” and would become an...... Pubdate:

26/03/2017: NEWS: Pret a Manger agrees to pay thousands of its work experience teenagers after outcry online
Pret a Manger has pledged to pay young people for doing work experience, after being criticised for planning an unpaid scheme. The company had a change of heart following the Guardian’s revelations that Pret was trying to increase its appeal as a...... Pubdate:

26/03/2017: NEWS: Syrian asylum seekers in UK forced into poverty
Hundreds of Syrian asylum seekers are struggling to survive in the UK, with some facing destitution and others forced into exploitative work because they are afraid of being deported. The Observer has found Syrian asylum seekers working for as little...... Pubdate:

26/03/2017: WORLD: We condemned Russia’s bombs. But is the coalition attack on Mosul any different?
America and the UK condemned Russian airstrikes that killed or injured hundreds of civilians during last autumn’s siege of Aleppo, accusing Vladimir Putin of war crimes. The question now is whether the US, backed by British air power, is committing...... Pubdate:

26/03/2017: WORLD: A must-read for French students: the countess obsessed with secrecy and love
In 1662 the French noblewoman Madame de La Fayette, published anonymously what is thought to be France’s first modern novel, La Princesse de Montpensier. Drawing on her knowledge of history and experience of Louis XIV’s court, de La Fayette penned a...... Pubdate:

26/03/2017: WORLD: Riot police attack Freedom Day protesters calling for end to Belarus ‘dictatorship’
Armed riot police and water cannon were deployed in cities across Belarus yesterday and the internet was shut down across the country on a day of protest and human rights marches. People were last night reported to be still attempting to demonstrate...... Pubdate:

26/03/2017: WORLD: Death and glory: the US general whose ambition did for his men
US military scholars have rarely been as willing as their British counterparts to find fault with leadership and execution – even when those failures cost thousands of allied servicemen’s lives. But as commemorations of the first world war’s centenary...... Pubdate:

26/03/2017: WORLD: Rise of Hindu ‘extremist’ spooks 40 million Muslim minority in India’s heartland state
Pastor Ritesh Joshua had just called a tea break when he saw the men in the saffron scarves. More than a hundred, some wielding sticks, had massed outside his white stucco church on the outskirts of Gorakhpur, a temple town in eastern Uttar Pradesh,...... Pubdate:

26/03/2017: IN FOCUS: ‘So much for The Art of the Deal’: Democrats rejoice as Trump’s bid to kill Obamacare ends in a debacle
The press briefing room at the White House was crammed as usual but there was an extra frisson of suspense. As press secretary Sean Spicer walked to the lectern, a conversation was unfolding just 27 paces away in the Oval Office that would invalidate...... Pubdate:

26/03/2017: IN FOCUS: The showdown that exposed the rift between Republican ideology and reality
On Friday, not with a final stand but with an ignominious retreat, the modern Republican Party died. Speaker of the House Paul Ryan had to pull the Republicans’ repeal of America’s Affordable Care Act before members of his own party killed it. That...... Pubdate:

26/03/2017: IN FOCUS: THE STORY SO FAR Policy team National security adviser Michael Flynn was forced to resign because of contacts with the Russian ambassador. Surveillance Donald Trump has been repudiated by top Republicans and the FBI over claims he was wiretapped by...... Pubdate:

26/03/2017: IN FOCUS: More challenges to come… Budget Trump’s priorities include making severe cuts to diplomacy, foreign aid and environmental protection, and big increases in military spending – but leading Republicans have signalled that the radical measures will be dead on arrival in...... Pubdate:

26/03/2017: IN FOCUS: ‘Who knows what we’ll find next?’ reveals its wildlife mysteries on the
The soggy boots of the team slide backwards in the black mud as they struggle up towards the ridge line separating the forest edge from one of the last unexplored places on Earth. The rain is an incessant barrage of watery bullets firing down through...... Pubdate:

26/03/2017: VIEWPOINT: By dismantling Obama privacy laws, US loses control of the global internet
The numerous paradoxes that will haunt Donald Trump in the coming months were on full display during the recent Senate vote to undo privacy legislation that was passed in the last few years of the Obama administration. As part of a broader effort to...... Pubdate:

26/03/2017: IN FOCUS: Loving the alien: Scarlett Johansson, charismatic queen of science fiction
Hollywood quickly made room on its red carpets for the young Scarlett Johansson in 2003, when she first created a stir in Sofia Coppola’s film, Lost in Translation . It seemed clear that this blonde bombshell from New York, who was so ably sharing the...... Pubdate:

26/03/2017: IN FOCUS: JOHANSSON CV Born 22 November, 1984. Manhattan, New York. On screen Established her place on the Hollywood A-list in 2003 with Lost in Translation and Girl With a Pearl Earring. Since then, she has starred in Woody Allen’s Match Point (2005) and Scoop (2006), and...... Pubdate:

26/03/2017: COMMENT: Enough of the language and politics of fear. We remain a calm, sane and united society
Words matter. “Maniac who knifed Britain in the heart”, read the Sun headline; “terror rampage”, according to the Express; London is a “city of monkeys” where liberals “actually think multiculturalism means we all die together”, wrote a Mail columnist...... Pubdate:

26/03/2017: COMMENT: How can we distinguish violence driven by ideology from sociopathic rage?
What Khalid Masood wreaked on Westminster last week was depraved and shocking. It was not, however, another 7/7. The attacks on the tube and a bus by four suicide bombers on 7 July 2005 were relatively sophisticated; the bombers had been commissioned...... Pubdate:

26/03/2017: COMMENT: CATHERINE BENNETT
Using tradition as a comfort blanket is far from healthy... Pubdate:

26/03/2017: COMMENT: Hard Brexit is an epic act of self-harm – only reinforcing rancour and division Like sheep, the British people,regardless of whether they support Brexit, are being herded off a cliff, duped and misled by the most irresponsible, least trustworthy government in living memory. The moment when article 50 is triggered, signalling...... Pubdate:

26/03/2017: COMMENT: Acts of terror must not incite us to turn on each other Terrorist outrages can serve as a brutal reminder of humanity’s capacity for cruelty. Yet it is so often the brave responses of ordinary citizens that we remember. In London last week, the reaction to the trail of death and brutality that Khalid Masood...... Pubdate:

26/03/2017: COMMENT: Parliament cannot be defeated by terror, but it will be changed
When I started to earn my living at the Palace of Westminster, a time so long ago that Margaret Thatcher was in her pomp and some of you were not born, I did not even require a photopass to get on to the premises. A piece of card with my name on it and...... Pubdate:

26/03/2017: COMMENT: Are we finally reacting to the baleful supremacy of the internet giants?
The internet celebrated its 28th birthday a fortnight ago. It’s an invention that ranks alongside the wheel, immunisation against disease and the internal combustion engine as a transformer of human existence. As an open information digital connector,...... Pubdate:

26/03/2017: COMMENT: Victoria Coren Mitchell Please bring back my old BA
It must be a busy time in the PR department at British Airways. Stories have been flowing through the press about that airline almost daily, waxing and waning in appeal like a good news/ bad news joke. Last week, the information that “BA is launching...... Pubdate:

26/03/2017: COMMENT: The lies of the right that debase civilised society
After every attack, there is a pause while ideologues sniff the wind. If it is an Islamist easterly, the worst elements of the right know what to do. They score points with corpses, make weapons from wounds and say violence was a logical consequence of...... Pubdate:

26/03/2017: COMMENT: Our divisive education system is damaging social cohesion
It is heartening that a campaign is under way to frustrate Theresa May’s desire to go back to secondary modern schools (“On this we can all agree. Selection is bad for our schools”, Comment, last week). The article by Nicky Morgan, Lucy Powell and...... Pubdate:

26/03/2017: COMMENT: Luther’s antisemitic legacy Peter Stanford eulogises Martin Luther (“Five centuries on, Martin Luther should be feted as hero of liberty and free speech”, In Focus, last week) and asks: “What’s not to celebrate?” I suggest Luther’s murderous sentiments towards Jews and...... Pubdate:

26/03/2017: COMMENT: COARSE LANGUAGE AND THE LABOUR PARTY
Let’s be clear: Nick Cohen should not have sworn at Jeremy Corbyn’s supporters in his column last week, headlined “Don’t tell me you weren’t warned about Corbyn”. It was against the spirit of our guidelines, which state that swear words are rarely...... Pubdate:

26/03/2017: COMMENT: FOR THE RECORD Our piece on a gunman who took a female soldier hostage at Orly airport before being shot dead by her comrades said the soldiers were “part of the Sentinelle special forces, an elite military group installed around France to protect sensitive sites”....... Pubdate:

26/03/2017: COMMENT: Aid is most effective when local communities can help I am from Marsabit in northern Kenya and have seen how the drought has left pastoralist communities with no other choice but to rely on aid. It was heartening to read that the UK’s development secretary, Priti Patel, has pledged more support to East...... Pubdate:

26/03/2017: COMMENT: The dumbing down of science I doubt if many practising engineers and scientists will agree with the tenor of your article regarding the alleged success of scientific coverage on Radio 4 (“BBC must now do for the arts what it has done for science, says R4 culture boss”, News, last...... Pubdate:

26/03/2017: COMMENT: Incompetence and Brexit David Olusoga has exposed the “dangerous nostalgia for something that never existed” (Comment, last week), yet this nostalgia has a long history. In 1950, Lord Hinchinbrooke addressed the Conservative Club at Oxford with phrases such as “the Empire...... Pubdate:

26/03/2017: COMMENT: TOP 10 ONLINE LAST WEEK Read them at observer.co.uk 1. Record number of EU nurses quit NHS 2. Yuval Noah Harari: ‘Homo sapiens will disappear in a century or so’ 3. Don’t tell me you weren’t warned about Corbyn Nick Cohen 4. Paris shooting: terror investigation launched after...... Pubdate:

26/03/2017: COMMENT: SNP suffers twisted logic The SNP has made a case for another independence referendum, in part because Scotland voted 60/40 to stay in the EU and that by the UK leaving it would deny the people their right to remain (News, last week). Much of Scotland south of the M8 voted...... Pubdate:

26/03/2017: BUSINESS: THE LEVY THAT DIDN’T GO POP
AG Barr - maker of Scotland’s most famous (soft) drink, Irn-Bru - allows only three people to see the recipe for its bestknown tipple. So the rest of us are left clutching at just two certainties when it comes to knowing what goes into its pop. First,...... Pubdate:

26/03/2017: BUSINESS: In for a penny, in for a pound, unless it’s Tesco With the launch of the new pound coin on Tuesday, here’s a quick quiz question for you: when was the pound coin first introduced? Sorry, you get zero points if you answered 1983, which was when the present pound coin first came into circulation. But...... Pubdate:

26/03/2017: BUSINESS: Thought Mike Ashley was a bad boss?
While Sports Direct founder Mike Ashley was undoubtedly the standout performer at June’s business, innovation and skills select committee hearing into the retailer’s treatment of staff, the show put on by Transline’s Jennifer Hardy is often...... Pubdate:

26/03/2017: BUSINESS: ECONOMICS
More than 10 million UK workers are at high risk of being replaced by robots within 15 years as the automation of routine tasks gathers pace in a new machine age, according to research published last week. A report by the consultants PwC found that...... Pubdate:

26/03/2017: BUSINESS: Pollution fine creates £20m stink for Thames
Thames Water was hit last week with a record fine of £20.3m after huge leaks of untreated sewage into the Thames and its tributaries had serious impacts on residents, farmers and wildlife, killing birds and fish. The fine, imposed last Wednesday,...... Pubdate:

26/03/2017: BUSINESS: Sagging confidence means no new sofas Do you feel like popping out to the shops and buying yourself a new sofa? How about a washing machine? A new set of coffee mugs? Your answer to those questions will, no doubt, depend on how confident you’re feeling about your financial prospects, and...... Pubdate:

26/03/2017: BUSINESS: Google in firing line for ads on extremist sites Another bad week for Google as the growing advertiser boycott of YouTube spread to the US, with AT&T, Johnson & Johnson, Verizon and Enterprise all halting their adverts on the site. The row is over the video-sharing site’s inability to guarantee that...... Pubdate:

26/03/2017: BUSINESS: Chef, fruit-picker, builder … jobs that Brexit will make hard to fill
The human and economic cost of Brexit is registered in nationalities and jobs, a list of accents and tasks that we have taken for granted: the Italian chef; the Romanian fruit-picker and the Polish builder. According to industry groups and business...... Pubdate:

26/03/2017: BUSINESS: HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS Total workers: 1.9 million UK-born 1.3 million EU-born 265,000 Non-EU-born 369,000... Pubdate:

26/03/2017: BUSINESS: CONSTRUCTION Total workers: 2.4 million UK-born: 2.1 million EU-born: 192,000 Non-EU-born 201,000... Pubdate:

26/03/2017: BUSINESS: FARMING Total workers: 385,000 UK-born: 328,000 EU-born: 30,000 Non-EU-born: 27,000... Pubdate:

26/03/2017: BUSINESS: Wall Street’s feverish love for Trump cools as healthcare bill brings welcome dose of reality
Wall Street’s uncritical love affair with Donald Trump is over. For five months, traders have swallowed whole the idea that the president would swiftly get a package of tax cuts through a Republican-dominated Congress, giving a boost to growth and...... Pubdate:

26/03/2017: BUSINESS: We’re in a fine mess if Osborne is our last hope on Brexit
To adapt Dr Samuel Johnson’s saying: attacking the BBC for alleged bias is a last refuge of the scoundrel. In this case, the scoundrel is one Julian Knight MP, who last week assembled some 70 fellow Brexiters to attack the BBC for allegedly being...... Pubdate:

26/03/2017: BUSINESS: Co-op Bank, with its ethical stance, must not vanish from the market Hundreds of staff in high street banks have had a challenging few days. Royal Bank of Scotland announced that it was closing 158 branches, mostly NatWest sites, while the Co-operative Bank is battling to find a buyer amid fears about its...... Pubdate:

26/03/2017: BUSINESS: Is £345,000 right for Pearson boss who ‘got it wrong’? Consider these facts about Pearson, the world’s biggest educational publisher and 47% owner of Penguin Random House books. Last year, it crashed £2.6bn into the red, the biggest loss in its history. It has issued five profit warnings in two years,...... Pubdate:

26/03/2017: BUSINESS: YouTube ad row hits Google where it hurts
Google has endured a bad week as companies withdrew millions of dollars in advertising amid mounting concern about their brands appearing alongside extremist content on YouTube. In the US, telecoms companies AT&T and Verizon, as well as Johnson &...... Pubdate:

26/03/2017: BUSINESS: Foreign companies flock to build nuclear plants in UK
Nuclear energy faces an uncertain future globally as concerns over safety and cost dog the industry. But in the UK, foreign investors are queueing up to back projects. The latest is South Korea. Its biggest power company is in talks to join the...... Pubdate:

26/03/2017: BUSINESS: With the oxygen of publicity, there’s either too little or too much
You know what Margaret Thatcher would have said about Westminster Bridge. She’d have delivered her “oxygen of publicity” diatribe. She’d have told assembled editors that reporting terrorist atrocities – spreading fear and alarm – was doing the...... Pubdate:

26/03/2017: BUSINESS: A US-style Nightly chat show wasn’t a bad idea – but doing it at 10pm was
Silver linings? Only, perhaps, that the hapless Nightly Show must soon be put out of its misery. Its ratings have already sunk below the old News at Ten level. When there is compelling news – as there was last week – the entertainment series gets...... Pubdate:

26/03/2017: BUSINESS: Can Clementi’s appliance of science get MPs off BBC’s back? One hapless offer has a habit of leading to another. Thus, three months ago, Sir David Clementi, incoming chairman of the BBC, told culture committee MPs that “impartiality, independence and accuracy” were ideals that drove him. He vowed that he would...... Pubdate:

26/03/2017: CASH: £500 for six calls? Directory inquiries now costs more than a premium rate
Hilary Wagstaff ’s 90-year-old aunt needed to finalise her bill from her water company after moving to a retirement community. When she tried to call Southern Water a recorded message informed her that the number she had dialled was no longer in use...... Pubdate:

26/03/2017: CASH: BETTER 118 DEALS If you don’t have access to the internet and need to find a phone number there are more than 100 directory inquiries numbers in operation, but most people are only aware of the heavily promoted 118 118, operated by The Number, and BT’s 118 500...... Pubdate:

26/03/2017: CASH: Moss Bros really hasn’t suited me as my wedding day draws close I hired wedding outfits for myself and my seven groomsmen from Moss Bros in London’s Regent Street, and we were measured in early January. I selected a faded blue French Connection suit and was told it would be available for collection at my local...... Pubdate:

26/03/2017: TRAVEL: Five of the best
1. Asador Etxebarri Basque country “In the flames lives something that can help ingredients reach their fullest potential,” says Bittor Arguinzoniz, high priest of the low flame. Everything from homemade goat butter to peas to grassfed Galician beef...... Pubdate:

26/03/2017: WEATHER: SPEEDY CROSSWORD NO. 1,121 ACROSS 5 Landslide (9) 8 Wild animal’s home (4) 9 Cushy job (8) 10 Extreme poverty (6) 11 Counsellor/guide (6) 13 Mucus (6) 15 Flight to safety (6) 16 Occasional (8) 18 Sadly (4) 19 Wine waiter (9) DOWN 1 Introductory section (8) 2 Lustrous (6) 3...... Pubdate:








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