Deputy Editor, Telegraph
Deputy Editor of The Daily Telegraph
telegraph.co.uk — "Yet more packaging is not going to be eco-friendly and will limit choice to more mass produced products." Mr Clark attacked the regulation as one that would kill off artisan producers and accelerate the demise in Europe of traditional ways of making and serving food, in favour of large industrial producers.
telegraph.co.uk — Since he became Conservative leader in 2005, Mr Cameron has pursued a "modernising" social agenda. Intended to win the support of people who have not backed the Tories in recent years, many of his policies have angered traditional Conservatives.
telegraph.co.uk — Ms Garraway, 46, is fronting a campaign to encourage young women to think about fertility and giving birth much younger than "her generation". As part of the campaign, Ms Garraway spent a day being transformed into a heavily pregnant 70 year-old by Adrian Rigby, a prosthetic make-up artist, to "shock and provoke debate about how old is too old to have a baby".
blogs.telegraph.co.uk — Nigel Farage has been discovering the hard way that politics in Scotland is often a rough business. He put the phone down on the BBC Good Morning Scotland programme on Friday morning, believing the reporter's line of questioning displayed the xenophobia that had led to him being barricaded in an Edinburgh pub just around the [...]
telegraph.co.uk — 5) Purely instrumental is not allowed. 6) The UK has won five times and come second 15 times. Incredibly, Ireland is the country with the highest number of wins (seven), although, alas, none for Jedward who finished 8th in 2011 and 19th in 2012.
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