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Published: Thu, 02 Aug 2012 13:51:00 +0100

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Gore Vidal: Sharpest tongue in the West

Thu, 02 Aug 2012 13:51:00 +0100

ROY HATTERSLEY: Gore Vidal was entitled to claim that he was the wittiest and most elegant writer of his time. And claim it he often did. For modesty was not his principal virtue. Farewell: Gore Vidal, pictured in 2009 receiving an award from actress Joanne Woodward, died yesterday at his home in Los Angeles

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Roy Hattersley is appalled at how Britain's newest casino is being sold as family friendly and socially responsible

Thu, 15 Dec 2011 01:38:16 +0000

Britain’s biggest casino has opened in the Westfield shopping mall at Stratford in East London. And it is open for business 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Open 24/7: Aspers in East London's Stratford, Britain's biggest casino, boasts 40 roulette and blackjack tables, 92 electronic gaming terminals, a 150-seat poker room, two bars, 150 slot machines and a restaurant

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I wish today's mean-spirited Corrie still had the values that made us love barmaid Betty Driver

Mon, 17 Oct 2011 08:23:08 +0100

Women like Betty learned ‘to make the best of things’, says ROY HATTERSLEY. There are less of them about than there once were. And society is worse for it. Glamorous: Mrs Driver was a successful singer before she joined Corrie

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HP sauce recipe change: Britain's condiments are second to none

Tue, 13 Sep 2011 09:45:43 +0100

It has been with us for a century, and while it is agreed it is not as good as it once was, HP sauce is still a national institution A shake of the bottle and a gentle pat is the first step to get the sauce onto the plate

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We Northerners knew we had bigger brains than southern softies

Thu, 28 Jul 2011 11:29:48 +0100

Having examined 55 human skulls from various parts of the world, Oxford University academics have concluded that Northerners have bigger brains than Southerners. Northerners have bigger brains than those from the south

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Roy Hattersley: I was savaged for saying my party sold its soul by letting gambling boom

Thu, 17 Feb 2011 09:07:21 +0000

The relaxation of the gambling laws in Britain, combined with the betting industry’s new right to advertise, entices the least well-off to waste what little they have. Wheel of debt: Relaxed gambling laws have led to debt, crime and vice

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Jon Snow in poppy fascism row: Does he know how offensive he's being?

Fri, 05 Nov 2010 16:43:09 +0000

He should remember that many of the men and women to whose ­sacrifice we pay tribute on Remembrance ­Sunday died to save the world from fascist ­dictatorship. Conspicuous by its absence: Jon Snow refuses to wear a poppy on his lapel as a matter of principle

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ROY HATTERSLEY: A Tory-Lib pact won the Great War. But as Llloyd George discovered, coalitions always end in tears

Mon, 13 Sep 2010 09:12:30 +0100

For Nick Clegg and David Cameron, the Lloyd George story should serve as a textbook lesson in how coalitions work: their strengths and weaknesses, likely successes and certain failures. Precedent: Liberal Prime Minister went into coalition with the Tories in 1916

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Oh, what WILL I do without those grumpy old men? (And their broom wielding battleaxes)

Mon, 30 Aug 2010 10:26:42 +0100

Its record life span - 31 series spread over 37 years - was, in itself, enough to make Last Of The Summer Wine seem as indestructible as the limestone landscape in which it was filmed. From left to right: Actors Peter Sallis, Bill Owen and Brian Wilde in Last Of The Summer Wine. Some of us had hoped the long-running show would never end

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Labour's ghastly mistake: The introduction of 24-hour drinking was New Labour at its silliest, says this party grandee

Fri, 23 Jul 2010 12:51:42 +0100

Looking back to 2003 it is almost impossible to understand why New Labour ministers expected anything except a rise in alcohol-related crime The change in licensing laws turned the sight of young girls slumped drunkenly in doorways from a scandalous rarity to something almost commonplace

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ROY HATTERSLEY: After Buster's death, a new dog felt like a betrayal. Then I met the Beast of Bolsover...

Tue, 06 Apr 2010 09:09:13 +0100

Had he not imposed himself upon me, I might be missing the joy of a friendship that has enhanced human existence since cavemen tamed wolves. One man and his dog: Roy Hattersley and his new pet Jakie

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Moggie lovers brighter than dog owners? Isaac Newton and Freud prove that's barking!

Tue, 09 Feb 2010 18:35:54 +0000

A new study claims that cat owners are more intelligent than people who own dogs. Man's best friend: Roy Hattersley and his dog Buster were inseperable for 15 years

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