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17 November 1923: On Stanley Baldwin’s ineffectual leadership, ahead of his party’s loss in that year’s general election.
13 November 1970: An unsigned leader on Edward Heath’s failures and who might come to replace him.
29 July 1950: An assessment of the motivations and provocations of North and South Korea – and their Cold War sponsors – as the Korean War broke out.
8 July 1922: Bullets fly from the guns of the IRA and Free State Soldiers, but spectators resist taking sides.
3 January 1961: A profile of Graham Greene at 56, the world-famous writer whose personality, while hard to decipher, gave his novels their power.
9 November 1918: An anonymous author traces the public’s cult of health back to ancient Greece.
Some of the customers joined in momentarily, as if to mock us. I personally welcomed them chanting with us.
The emotional abuse and manipulation was so subtle and gradual that it wasn’t until much later that I realised what had happened to me.
He saved suicidal men in the daytime, and then he would come back and throw my dinner at my face.
When I heard rumours about a colleague and long-term friend, I reported them. This is what happened next.