9 November 2015

Enduring Lambrakis story sets example for crisis-torn athletics

9 November 2015,
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Athens was a good place to be yesterday if you needed an antidote to the contagion that has left athletics in a critical condition. […]


4 November 2015

Debut poetry collection pulls no punches – but inspires hope

4 November 2015,
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Guest contributor Rajvi Glasbrook reviews Amnesia, a debut collection of poems by Rhys Milsom, published by Onion Custard. Amnesia is an unflinching comment on […]


26 October 2015

While Britain signs China nuclear deal, solar power faces meltdown

26 October 2015,
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When Manchester rolled out Denis Law and Mike Summerbee to meet China’s president on Friday, the symbolism seemed apt. Much as I admired them […]


28 September 2015

If China is choking, we might need to try something radical

28 September 2015,
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A German couple on the train to Kowloon on Friday told me China’s economic slowdown had brought the unexpected benefit of an improvement in […]


9 September 2015

Why I decided not to help the Sunday Times

9 September 2015,
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Paula Radcliffe has my sympathy. I have no way of knowing for sure that she is innocent, but – as well as admiring her […]


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