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  • 28 March 2015

    Two days before the Scottish referendum, Tony Blair entered the campaign.

  • 28 March 2015

    The title, and its mirrorball-with-lit-fuse cover image, might evoke svengalis, faded stars and musical revolutions in hip New York nightclubs, but the actual settings for David F Ross's first novel are far less glamorous, consisting of 18th birthday parties, silver wedding anniversaries and a Conservative Club knees-up.

  • 28 March 2015

    Straight away, we have an intriguing premise.

  • 28 March 2015

    Confined by illness to a boat-shaped bed carved by her father, and surrounded by a library of books also amassed by him, 19-year-old Ruth Swain elects to become the chronicler of her County Clare community, though she can't help harking back to her own family history.

  • 28 March 2015

    No one these days has any excuse for not knowing about the sweatshops where so much of our clothing is produced, but Andrew Brooks looks deeper into the global rag trade, including the second-hand garment industry, which leads to our old cast-offs being sold on market stalls in countries like Mozambique, not being distributed amongst the needy, as many people think.

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