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  1. August 25, 2014

    Scottish independence: Salmond seen as winner in TV debate

    ...attempts to portray independence as the only way to save Scotland’s devolved National Health System – a gambit he called shameful “scaremongering”. He also stressed the many risks of independence, stressing the uncertainty of oil revenues and likely... By George Parker and Mure Dickie

  2. August 13, 2014

    The problem of Scotland

    ...it through parliament without using the votes of non-English MPs; an undemocratic approach which would be, I hope, too shameful for Labour to contemplate. The power to tax and spend is among the proposed powers whose devolution is likely to be extended... Andrew Smithers

  3. August 10, 2014

    A bold breed of Democrat has inverted Barack Obama’s mentality

    ...bolder stance on the issue in two ways. The first was providing him with the political argument he needed: inversions were shameful and unpatriotic. “These companies are renouncing their American citizenship . . . simply to boost their profits,” Ms... By Jacob Weisberg

  1. August 1, 2014

    Summer drinks: beer cocktails

    ...ironic gesture. “I think people have always secretly liked beer cocktails,” Kinberg says. “It’s just that it became shameful to drink them.” At Barnyard, his shandies include a Bourbon-tinged India pale ale and a mix of cider, pink grapefruit... By Chloe Scott-Moncrieff

  2. July 28, 2014

    Leonid Nevzlin is biggest winner from Yukos ruling at The Hague

    ...be seized for compensation. “If I was the Russian Federation, I would pay this money without a doubt to avoid a future shameful situation where this money will be withdrawn via the seizure of property after a worldwide search,” he said. “Fifty... By Courtney Weaver in Moscow

  3. July 18, 2014

    The Slow Lane: A love letter to Scotland

    ...English have always loved Scotland, to be sure, especially when it could be rid of the pesky Scots. I was not ignorant of the shameful story of the Highland Clearances, before it was subject to revisionist recleansing – the story of the forcible removal from... By Harry Eyres

  4. June 30, 2014

    Telecoms: Europe’s scrambled signal

    ...cost of using their mobile phones. Price differences are natural enough. What worries EU officials is the “ridiculous and shameful gulf” that reflects not just cost differences but divergent pricing power. Across Europe lie some of the industrial world... By Daniel Thomas and Alex Barker

  5. June 20, 2014

    The Battle for Stonehenge, Saturday, 8pm, BBC2

    ...is one that may just be a genuine Christopher Wren. Only now have drastic landscaping, access and a new museum improved the shameful surroundings. New ages bring new disputes. Druids object to human remains in the museum. Stonehenge, whatever its still... By Martin Hoyle

  6. June 11, 2014

    JK Rowling gives £1m to Scotland No vote campaign

    ...a former Labour lord provost of Glasgow. Ruth Davidson, leader of the Scottish Conservative party, called the email a “shameful attack on the mother of a disabled child, who was merely standing up for what she believed in”. Mr Campbell apologised... By Mure Dickie in Edinburgh and John Aglionby in London

  7. June 4, 2014

    How to tame litter louts and bankers

    ...the improvements in street litter and dog waste is that others can see you. Once enough people disapprove, it becomes more shameful to leave litter and dog waste behind. Banking misdemeanours, like throwing rubbish out of a car, occur in relative privacy... By Michael Skapinker

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