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Anne Pickles

Focus on the little things

andy rosecentral Buzz words are good – or at least they used to be. They’re cool. They make you sound clever, of the here and now, totally switched on... to mention but a few current buzzes.

Last updated 26 February 2013
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Always best to deal with matters as they happen

The poor old Lib Dems sure seem to be having awful trouble with their womenfolk lately.

Last updated 26 February 2013
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I’m happy for Conrad Atkinson to be my own guilty pleasure

Guilty pleasures. We all have them. Some more than others – I more than most. Ludicrously expensive handbags, crippling shoes – the higher the better – ice cream, sticky toffee pudding, oven chips... though not together on the same plate.

Last updated 22 February 2013
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Who ate all our pies, Prime Minister?

David Cameron and pie photo Far be it from me to hurl stones in glass houses... but might David Cameron be gaining a pound or two?

Last updated 19 February 2013
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It was too easy to be distracted from flagpole duties

It started with the odd little low-toned murmuring of well- intentioned assistance. A few whispered twinings from the anxious to be helpful.

Last updated 15 February 2013
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Too easy to be distracted from flagpole duties

It started with the odd little low-toned murmuring of well intentioned assistance. A few whispered twinings from the anxious to be helpful.

Last updated 15 February 2013
Published by http://www.cumberlandnews.co.uk

King Richard is ours, so bring him home now

Home is always where the heart is. Not where the horse falls nor in the council car park under which the bones lie. It’s the place that makes the soul sing.

Last updated 8 February 2013
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King Richard is ours, so bring him home now please

Home is always where the heart is. Not where the horse falls nor in the council car park under which the bones lie. It’s the place that makes the soul sing.

Last updated 8 February 2013
Published by http://www.cumberlandnews.co.uk

Never a wise move to defend child smacking

There are times when it’s wisest to shut up and say nowt – even when you’re bursting to have your say. (22 comments)

Last updated 6 February 2013
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Take Richard home

Skull photo Those ghostly cries, muffled and eerily diluted by exhaust fumes hovering and swirling over Leicester, seem unmistakable ... now that we know.

Last updated 6 February 2013
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Cars, shoes, houses? You need Lottery win for kids

He was looking distinctly glum, which was a surprise. It was pay-day and January’s rescue from bailiffs had been such a long time coming, he should have been showing mild relief, at the very least.

Last updated 1 February 2013
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Women, take some precautions

Tory MP Richard Graham has been bitterly lambasted for saying women are putting themselves at risk of rape by staggering around the night streets wearing short skirts and high heels. (10 comments)

Last updated 29 January 2013
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If you don’t like it, Anna, sort it out

I don’t remember many quotable nuggets from my school Shakespeare days. Very few in fact.

Last updated 29 January 2013
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Dirty word dump. It’s a multi-barrier engineered facility

It seems I’m in bother. No, sorry. Nothing seeming about it. I’m in trouble deep. Bad language is my crime. Not something ladies of a certain age and standing enjoy admitting.

Last updated 25 January 2013
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A dirty word, dump. It’s a multi-barrier geological engineered containment facility

It seems I’m in bother. No, sorry. Nothing seeming about it. I’m in trouble deep. Bad language is my crime. Not something ladies of a certain age and standing enjoy admitting. (1 comment)

Last updated 25 January 2013
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January. It’s always dire

They said it would be the most miserable day of the year and they got it just about right – unless you were a teacher, pupil or school-running parent spotting snow before first light, that is. (4 comments)

Last updated 22 January 2013
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Back your local butcher for burgers without horse

So, there he was having a quick lunch in a Tesco cafe, when the waitress asked him if he would like anything on his burger.

Last updated 18 January 2013
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Back your local butcher for a horse-free burger

So, there he was having a quick lunch in a Tesco cafe, when the waitress asked him if he would like anything on his burger.

Last updated 18 January 2013
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Alice Pyne has taught us all how to live

Alice Pyne  photo We can learn a great deal from the all too short life of Cumbria’s exceptional Alice Pyne.

Last updated 15 January 2013
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Nothing like a good ticking-off for self-confidence

In case you didn’t know it, this week started with the most adulterous day of the year. If you’d had no idea, there’s no point in even considering it now – because you’ve missed it.

Last updated 11 January 2013
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