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ObamaCare is penalizing me for pursuing my dreams In a Midtown specialists office, I confessed the secret thats been weighing on my mind.My health insurance expires at the end of May, I told the doctor.
New York Post | 1 hour, 37 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
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The disgraceful drive to kick Israel out of FIFA Nothing makes the world stop like the World Cup. Soccer brings people around the globe together more than any other cultural force. Not bad for jocks in shorts kicking around...
New York Post | 4 hours, 12 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
I want the Labour Party to lead a revolution in family support Theres never any shortage of politicians using the word family promising to be family-friendly, help working families or hard-working families.
The Independent | 5 hours, 24 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
Labour leadership contest: 'Moderniser' is just a vague and overused label Hands up those of you who regard yourselves as modernisers! Before we go further, I should add that recently on Twitter I asked for a precise definition of moderniser, one of the more ubiquitous terms in British politics. In most cases, the attempts from
The Independent | 5 hours, 44 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
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The Guardian view on Isis victories: terrible but not terminal | Editorial Isis outsmarts its enemies, but has its own grave weaknessesThe Iraqi prime minister, Haider al-Abadi, said on Monday that he believed Ramadi could be taken back from Islamic State forces in days. The Syrian government offered no such assurances about Pal
The Guardian | 6 hours, 51 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
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The Guardian view on vital medical research on primates: dont give in to the animal rights advocates | Editorial Some medical research on primates is vital. It must be humanely conducted, but abandoning it would be craven and foolishThe extraordinary triumph of the neuroscientists in California who have wired up a paralysed mans brain so that his impulses to move ca
The Guardian | 6 hours, 55 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
Letters: EU vote disenfranchises those most affected It has not taken long for David Cameron to depart from his victory script, again bowing to appease the Tory Eurosceptics and Ukip (report, 25 May).
The Independent | 8 hours, 36 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
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Forget HS2 for real renewal, rebuild our crumbling coastline | Patrick Barkham Much has been done for this rich resource. But ideas such as a coastal pathway could benefit us allThe acquisition of a 140-acre farm on the limestone headland of the Great Orme may not appear momentous, but this small Welsh treasure protected by the Nati
The Guardian | 8 hours, 38 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
Children's TV shows like Grange Hill used to connect us to the real world It was with a sharp and peculiar sadness that I heard of the death of the actor Terry Sue-Patt. I didnt know him at all, but certainly felt I knew Benny, the character he played in yesteryear kids TV drama Grange Hill. Little Benny who hung about with che
The Independent | 9 hours, 4 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
Why is Elizabeth I, the most powerful woman in our history, always depicted as a grotesque? | Kate Maltby The BBCs Armada is the latest TV show that focuses on the Queen, but struggles to get far beyond her physical decrepitudeZounds! The BBCs new docu-drama series, Armada, opened last night with visual reenactments of all the hoary tropes of Elizabethan stor
The Guardian | 9 hours, 5 minutes ago | comment? | recommend