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List of This Week’s Articles
23 September 2021 Moving On The reshuffle. By John Watson In this column we have repeatedly called for Boris Johnson to replace some of the loyalists in his cabinet with people of more administrative ability, so it would be churlish not to comment when he appears to have done just that. What, then, should we
23 September 2021 University Issues Challenging. By Lynda Goetz There have been a number of developments on the University front over the last week or so. Do any of them bring hope of a change in a system which one young journalist, Madeline Grant of The Telegraph, described in an article as ‘rotten’? Perhaps one of
Measure For Measure
Ringing the Changes
23 September 2021 Measure for Measure Ringing the changes. By Robert Kilconner The proposal that now we have left the EU it should no longer be compulsory for suppliers of foods et cetera to use the metric system will leave plenty of scope for confusion. For once, however, it will be the younger generation who
Diary of a Corbynista
Pre Conference Rumblings
23 September 2021 Diary of a Corbynista Pre Conference Rumblings by Don Urquhart 15 September Everything was going according to plan in PMQ’s. The PM had his carefully scripted replies to Starmer, generally a mixture of halftruths, insults and evasions delivered with great gusto to the delight of his sycophantic followers. Then Sir Roger Gale
Shang-Chi goes to Hollywood
But not to China
23 September 2021 Shang-Chi goes to Hollywood But not to China. By Neil Tidmarsh Poor old Hollywood. The dream factory is being troubled by nightmares. Desperate for a slice of the $9 billion Chinese box office, not only is it making ‘Chinese’ films but it’s all too willing to appease the officials who control access
23 September 2021 Crossword By Boffles Crossword No 294 Click for this Week's interactive online crossword Click for a printable version of this Week's crossword Click for the solution to crossword no. 293
A Visual Perspective
23 September 2021 Cartoons By AGGro