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31 May 1974: The National Front is doing distinctly better as a party for disgruntled urban voters. But the leopard has not really changed its spots.
2 September 1922: "Fishes are merely links in an endless nutritive chain."
30 September 1939: Because he was the first to give us knowledge of the strange reality of our minds, the name of Freud will be immortal.
29 September 1923: "Those evenings were anything but lusty, full-blooded affairs. Their gusto would be hard to match in these teetotal days."
8 April 1933: "It is no use criticising the Labour Party as it is, unless one can also suggest what could be done to make it a more real and live force for the achievement of Socialism.”
31 July 1970: Was the mini a menace to the textile manufacturers of the Seventies?
4 November 1994: Like some grotesque boatman of the underworld, John Major paddles around on a Stygian pool, apparently oblivious to the stink of sleaze that has the rest of the nation retching.
2 February 1988: Run, Tony, run. Now is the time.
24 June 1934: “He loves me, he doesn't,” her mind repeated mechanically. Savagely she tore the flower petal by petal to pieces.
9 November 1946: The defeat of Hitler did not also mean the defeat of British fascism.
9 June 1978: The oil, coal and nuclear lobbies and the caution of the Civil Service are winning.