1 September 2015

Why we must value the truth and pay people properly to communicate it

1 September 2015,
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You couldn’t make it up, they say. But it seems some people can and do make things up, and then act out a contrasting, […]


21 August 2015

Athletics may be in a doping fog but its primal power should shine through in Beijing

21 August 2015,
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Athletics is going into its World Championships in Beijing not so much under a cloud as in a fog. None of us really know […]


19 August 2015

How my Nicaragua notebook triggered a long writing journey

19 August 2015,
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It’s 1989, and I’m on my own on a long haul flight returning to Britain from Central America. I had been visiting Esteli, Sheffield’s twin […]


23 July 2015

Memory loss from steroid abuse could make a fool of you

23 July 2015,
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On my desk I have a coaster with a picture of a man saying ‘drinking can cause memory loss… or even worse, memory loss.’ […]


6 July 2015

Why George Osborne should be listening to Charlotte Church

6 July 2015,
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‘Hypocritical witch’, ‘uninformed and thick’, ‘soul of the devil’ – that’s just a sample of the vitriol that spewed onto Twitter denouncing Charlotte Church […]


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