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Network Rail does not sound like a haven of social media-savvy sass. But it evidently is. The Mirror reported that Network
We trust mirrors with a lot. We trust them to let us know if we've got anything stuck between our teeth before we leave the
The Mirror had not responded to a request for comment as this article went live. Others attacked the article's "sexist tropes
Compared with The Sun and The Daily Mail, The Telegraph's front was sober but its headline still boomed: "Nightmare On Downing
Paul Gascoigne told the High Court today that phone-hacking was linked to his alcoholism, and that his terror of being listened
We all know about the stratospheric rise of the 'selfie'; I mean, it would be pretty difficult not to. Selfies are prolific. They have become a cultural norm, the very word an established feature of our vernacular.
As long as there are boards to tread on both sides of the Atlantic, you can be sure a British-American theatrical exchange will be going on in New York.
Ukip opposes any kind of aspiration-killing policy, such as Labour's oft repeated dream of punitive taxation, because it does not drive people to want to better themselves, thus killing social mobility and innovation. Ukip wants people from all backgrounds to have the chance to be more socially mobile.
Masterchef judge John Torode is dating actress Lisa Faulkner, the winner of the celebrity version of the show. The pair were