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‘If he could find a job to fit in with his meetings and interviews with the police and various authorities, then I’m sure he would consider it seriously . . . He’s very good at mowing the lawn, and I’ve got some shelves I want him to put up.’ Pandora Maxwell plugs the genuine talents of her newly unemployed husband, Kevin.

‘To tell you the truth, I was completely perplexed by the whole business. But I voted Yes because my bank manager said to me he hoped I would do so.’

An elderly French lady reveals where the voice of power really lay during the country ’s referendum on the Maastricht Treaty.

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AuthorA . N. Wilson suggests that Jesus, the subject of his latest biography, may have been a bit of a socialite.

‘Bette is stupid. I like her, but I also like my dog, only he plays a better game of chess.

James Caan plays a gambit opening when discussing his For The Boys co-star, Bette Midler.

‘You could call it the Hue & Cry era. You’ve got people who are selling nothing except a semi—knowing conformity and careerism, a kind of radio-friendly music with a glossy, mock authenticity and all it’s saying is local boy makes good.’

Alan Home, the man behind Postcard Records, attacks the contemporary Scottish music scene.

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