From the daily archives:

Wednesday, February 6, 2013

#620: 1966, The Troggs, With A Girl Like You

February 6, 2013

With the death of Reg Presley, possibly the coolest man ever born in Hampshire, on Monday here’s a tribute. The Troggs are best known, of course, for Wild Thing. Probably rightfully so: you can see a direct line from their first hit to The Stooges’  I Wanna Be Your Dog three years later. But they […]

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So who’s going to pay RBS’s LIBOR fine?

February 6, 2013

It can’t be us. We the taxpayer cannot pay the fine that has been handed to the RBS for their role in fixing the LIBOR rate. By way of a brief background, the RBS, together with others (notably Barclays) have been found guilty of fiddling the LIBOR rate, or London Interbank Rate, which is the […]

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In Praise of #2: Brian O’Driscoll

February 6, 2013

By Guest Blogger – Charlie East-West Brian O’Driscoll proved once again at the weekend why he is one of the greatest rugby players I have seen in my lifetime. His performance in the opening weekend of the Six Nations was a reminder of his genius. It was also a timely reminder of how rugby can […]

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