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  • One of the more depressing aspects of the increasingly commercial nature of Christmas is the hijacking of valuable human emotions in order to sell stuff. Photo: John Lewis

    It’s Christmas, so get shopping

    One of the more depressing aspects of the increasingly commercial nature of Christmas is the hijacking of valuable human emotions in order to sell stuff. Published 12:01 a.m. December 5, 2013 - Comments

     
  • One of the UK’s former banking chiefs, Paul Flowers, is alleged to have been buying drugs and soliciting sex.

    Sex, drugs and British politicians

    One of the UK’s former banking chiefs, Paul Flowers, is alleged to have been buying drugs and soliciting sex. Published 8:24 a.m. November 24, 2013 - Comments

     
  • What makes one English? Its more than soccer, tea and The Queen.

    Playing soccer for The Queen: What makes someone 'English'?

    What makes one English? Its more than soccer, tea and The Queen. Published 2:37 p.m. November 1, 2013 - Comments

     
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Lee Mannion

Lee Mannion is a writer and photo editor that lives in Notting Hill, London. He enjoys cycling, pubs and forests but is not so keen on social inequality, SUVs and the expression ‘my bad’.

 

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Lee Mannion is a writer and photo editor that lives in Notting Hill, London. He enjoys cycling, pubs and forests but is not so keen on social inequality, SUVs and the expression ‘my bad’.

 

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