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16:35, 1 OCT 2013
Bollywood: just one Amitabh
DEVANSH PATEL speaks to the first man of Bollywood, Big B, about wowing the media as the face of the International Indian Film Academy awards.
Lumley story not quite true
YOU reported that I had launched a petition on the 10 Downing Street website calling for Joanna Lumley to be given a peerage (Harrow Observer, May 21).
No grit under this nanny pandy society
Do you remember 1997 when Tony Blair said elect a Labour Government and our public services would be the envy of the world?
Ban third runway, not our light bulbs
Dimwits! It is not yet illegal to sell a 100W light bulb, so big stores like Asda should not volunteer to discontinue them.
Let your pen halt the third runway
Peter Ludbrook has written about his perplexed thoughts on Mr Steve Pound's silence regarding the cross party support re the third runway (the Gazette, December 26).
A journey of landmarks through the city to work
As I board the number nine bus, on Kensington Road, going to Green Park, on the left I see Kensington Palace, where Princess Diana used to live.
Ealing London Borough Council
Just like the invasion of Iraq
Every now and then I feel deeply ashamed by the actions of my country's government.
We must face hard financial realities
My letter about the third runway and Heathrow's expansion has seemingly stirred some emotions.
Coach Firm Solves Presidential Hopeful's Transport Needs
AN UXBRIDGE firm played a low-key but important role in the recent state viist to Britain of one of the USA's presidential candidates over the weekend.
NHS hero honoured
A former doctor from West Middlesex Hospital has been voted one of the most influential people in the history of the National Health Service.
Protestors take battle into City
DEMONSTRATORS battling to save Harefield Hospital from closure overcame problems including police checks and missing ministers in order to hold a protest in London.