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Excellent cat killer caught coverage

San Fulgencio February 24, 2017 Dear Editor, Excellent coverage on the “Cat killer caught” in Benidorm on your last editions. I'm a Spanish national living at the La...

Labour to blame for its poor performance

If the Labour Party lose the next general election, which they surely will under Jeremy Corbyn (short of a miracle), it won't be the...

Bovis and its Bodge Jobs

Trying to purchase a good standard Bovis home in the UK in recent years has been something of a lottery. A mad dash to...

Adele’s Grammy jinx

Poor old Adele just can't catch a break at the Grammys. Sure, the super talented chanteuse quite rightly picked up a huge clutch of...

Beckham’s Forlorn Quest for a Knighthood

GOOD on David Beckham for refusing to give £1 million to blackmailers to stop a leak of his embarrassing emails. He knew the potential harm...

Church stuck in a time warp

It isn't only Tory MPs who have problems with women, so do some Anglican clergy, in particular Philip North, the incoming Bishop of Sheffield....

Happy 75th Birthday Desert

Island Discs If I appeared on Desert Island Discs my luxury item would be Radio 4. Aside from quality news bulletins and fascinating features and...

Some of our chocolate is missing!

THESE are testing times for those of us with a sweet tooth. The halcyon moments where it would take ages to eat a chocolate...

Children need to be smacked

When I was a child I was given a smack if I did something wrong. That usually meant I wouldn't do it again. Or...

Dogs with a Nose for Prostate Cancer

When I first heard that dogs were being used in a medical trial to detect prostate cancer, I imagined a crack team of crotch-sniffing...

Stop Spying on the Public!

If you've ever had the feeling that someone is watching you, you could be right, at least in the UK. A freedom of information...

Watching the pie at night

I am always willing to pop in my monocle, put on my bright green flares and make a respectful salute to British eccentricity. I...

Pensioner lands café job

Amid the doom and gloom of the UK dailies one lovely story stood out last week, a shining jewel among the flotsam of the...

Bristow was way off target

It's difficult to imagine what was going through Eric Bristow's mind the other day when he logged on to his Twitter account, but judging...

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