The end of the games and the return to tele-twoddle…

August 16, 2012 2:23 pm1 comment
The end of the games and the return to tele-twoddle…

As the games draw to a close the nation joins together to mourn the loss of decent entertainment…

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A United Kingdom

August 14, 2012 1:00 pm0 comments
A United Kingdom

The last two weeks have provided irrefutable proof that the Olympic spirit is more than an idea – and it may just turn out to be the shot in the arm so badly needed by debt-ridden Britain. After more than a decade of planning, preparation and nervous tension, London 2012 […]

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Islands stir up tension between far-east countries

August 13, 2012 12:00 pm0 comments
Islands stir up tension between far-east countries

For a few days, a small group of islands, called Dokdo in Korean language, has been the key point of quarrel between Japan and South Korea. The olympics is also involved in the conflict. On Friday night, the olympic football team of South Korea bet Japan’s best U23-footballers and won […]

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Should BBC Neutrality Take a Back Seat During London 2012?

August 7, 2012 12:53 pm1 comment
Should BBC Neutrality Take a Back Seat During London 2012?

Ever since the spectacular opening ceremony that was masterminded by Danny Boyle, the whole of the country seems to have got behind Team GB. Everywhere you go, your eyes are drawn to people sporting Team GB t-shirts, bags and caps, while most shops in high streets up and down the […]

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