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It was Gordon Brown who put his finger on the essence of the humiliating mess into which a dreadful Conservative administration has steered this once-proud nation. During a dazzling address to the Institute for Government in London last week, Brown reminded us that he had taken the question of whether or not the UK should join the eurozone so seriously that he had commissioned no fewer than 23 studies on the subject. Again, in the 1960s, before prime ministers Harold Macmillan and Harold Wilson made their ultimately abortive attempts to join the European Economic Community, serious economic studies were undertaken to establish that it would be to our advantage to sign up.Style Harper’s Bazaar
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Strictly Come Dancing star Giovanni Pernice was spotted wiping food away from celebrity dance partner Faye Tozer's mouth while out for dinner earlier this week, and now Faye's husband Mark Smith has responded to the rumoured flirting in the most hilarious way. It's an obvious dig at the headlines that emerged after Faye and Giovanni's cosy lunch, which suggested that Giovanni was flirting with Faye by gently wiping the food from her face.Entertainment Entertainment Tonight
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In September 1939, I listened to a wall-mounted radio in our home in Swansea as Neville Chamberlain announced that we were at war with Germany. In May 1945, my parents took me to London for the first time, and booked a room in a hotel overlooking Piccadilly Circus. Finally, I was in Berlin, in August 1961, wandering around the deserted eastern area of the city with my journalist’s press pass, when the Russians closed the wall.Trending nowChristmas Searches