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Chancellor Rishi Sunak unveils give-and-take away Fudget… Prince Charmless gives interview to jester – Nursery Times Exclusive… Top IRA man confesses to being undercover editor of national newspaper… ‘He’s barking most of the time… but I stand by him’ – Downing Street Top Dog Dilyn on life with the PM… Is Rachel Johnson’s article about cutting her husband’s hair too long and should it be cut?... Europeans now refuse vaccine they were angry about not getting enough of in the first place… Henry ‘Chips’ Channon: The Diaries, 1917-1938, as told to Craig Brown

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Behavioural insight
How the nudgers are feathering their Nesta

African oddity
Andrew ‘Thrasher’ Mitchell’s unlovely chums in Rwanda

Pandemic update
The coming tsunami of Covid lawsuits


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A few top stories from the magazine

Don’t have a hearth attack, but… »
wood-burning.jpg OLD SPARKY writes: Following our festive It’s Grim in Isolation cartoon strip (Eye 1537) in which North London heroes Jez and Quin sported an “ethical real...»

A right Irish stew »
lorries.jpg ONE of the many large numbers that didn’t appear on the side of any bus before the Brexit referendum was the cost of customs red tape...»

The case against the prosecutor »
karim-khan.jpg BRITISH barrister Karim Khan delighted Boris Johnson’s government last month when, despite the opposition of many human rights groups in Africa, he won the opaque contest...»


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News » Top stories
Street Of Shame » Top stories
HP Sauce » Top stories
Cartoons » Including Supermodels
St Theresa » Independent State Grammar School
PM's Questions » Live on Facebook
PM's Statement » Clowning Street
Mediaballs » The latest gaffes
Lookalikes » Are they related?
Crossword » Win a £100 prize!
In The Back » Top stories
Media News » Top stories
Columnists » Top stories
Rotten Boroughs » Top stories
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In This Issue
Chancellor Rishi Sunak unveils give-and-take away Fudget… Prince Charmless gives interview to jester – Nursery Times Exclusive… Top IRA man confesses to being undercover editor of national newspaper… ‘He’s barking most of the time… but I stand by him’ – Downing Street Top Dog Dilyn on life with the PM… Is Rachel Johnson’s article about cutting her husband’s hair too long and should it be cut?... Europeans now refuse vaccine they were angry about not getting enough of in the first place… Henry ‘Chips’ Channon: The Diaries, 1917-1938, as told to Craig Brown

Behavioural insight
How the nudgers are feathering their Nesta

African oddity
Andrew ‘Thrasher’ Mitchell’s unlovely chums in Rwanda

Pandemic update
The coming tsunami of Covid lawsuits

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