Archive | April, 2016

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Claudio Ranieri: a gentle and principled man on the verge of immortality

As Leicester City surround the Premier League title, former players keep in mind Claudio Ranieris unconventional training techniques and commend a genuinely wonderful guy Leicester Citys gamers were not the very first to hear Claudio Ranieri call his imaginary bell. Danny Drinkwater provoked much enjoyment amongst the British press corps last month, when he revealed […]

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Barack Obama’s visit to the UK in pictures

The US president and the first lady have lunch with the Queen at Windsor Castle, before Barack Obama heads to Downing Street to meet with David Cameron. They will have dinner later on Friday at Kensington Palace with Prince William and the Duchess of Cambridge Read more: http://www.theguardian.com/us-news/gallery/2016/apr/22/barack-obama-uk-visit-duchess-cambridge-david-cameron-in-pictures Tweet #

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Queen photographed with youngest royals to mark 90th birthday

Family portrait shot by Annie Leibovitz shows first nonagenarian monarch surrounded by her five great-grandchildren and two youngest grandchildren To most she is the Queen, but to her great-grandson and future king, Prince George, she is apparently Gan Gan. To mark her 90th birthday, it is in the latter role that the celebrity photographer Annie […]

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Conservative News Room

If you wonder why Mark Levin’s radio show, Glenn Beck’s TV show and Erick Erickson’s website, RedState.com, are so anti-Trump, here’s your answer: They’re doing it for the money. The Daily Caller tracked down the money trail with the Conservative Treehouse and found the money source for the so-called “Great One,” Mark Levin: “As the […]

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