The Journal (Newcastle, England)

The Journal is a regional newspaper from Newcastle, England. The Journal publishes the latest business, sports, and politics news.

Articles from January 25, 2008

2 DAY IN 2 MINUTES: Home and Abroad
MPs accept 1.9% rise MPs last night accepted a staged pay rise worth 1.9% after Prime Minister Gordon Brown urged them to show the same discipline demanded from public sector workers. The increase, accepted without a vote, will see pay rise in stages...
A Balancing Act from Volvo; Car Monthly Volvo
VOLVO has made massive improvements to the diesel engines of its vehicles, including the S60, V70, S80 and XC90 models, which are now the preferred choice of more than 60% of buyers. The D5 engine's power output increased from 163bhp to more than...
Ales for Burns Supper; Beer WITH ALASTAIR GILMOUR GLENFIDDICH FOOD & DRINK AWARDS 2007: REGIONAL WRITER
TODAY and over the weekend, the world will reverberate to the skirl of bagpipes and the swirl of whisky. Haggis sales are set to treble and kilt-hire shop-owners will be dancing in the streets. Today marks the start of the Burns Supper season;...
'A Mistake but an Innocent Mistake' Hain Resigns from Cabinet to Fight to Clear His Name over Funding
Byline: By Jon Smith PETER Hain yesterday resigned from the Cabinet after police launched a probe into his deputy leadership campaign finances - saying he has "no alternative" but to fight to clear his name. He became the first casualty of Prime...
Angling: Best for Bob as Patience Pays off; SEA Angling
Byline: ALAN CHARLTON AFTER fishing for three hours with only a whiting and a dab to show for his efforts, Bob Coates of Trimdon was about to give up while fishing at Hartlepool Heugh when he got another small bite on his lug worm bait. Picking...
Angling: Smith Enjoys a Delightful Day at Angel; COARSE Angling
Byline: DAVID HALL IN a week that has seen the most unusual combination of January weather ever, prospects on the region's rivers look good for the weekend if temperatures remain mild, now that most of the snow melt that flooded the rivers midweek...
A 'Triumph' for Small Firms; in Association with RBS
Byline: By Peter McCusker AGOVERNMENT U-turn on plans to increase the tax burden on companies has been welcomed, with reservations, by business. Tapered-tax relief on profits from the sale of a business had been earmarked to end in March with...
Best Care in Country; North's Baby Units Earn Top NHS Ratings in England
Byline: By Audrey Barton HOSPITALS in the North-East provide the best care in the country for new mothers and babies, according to a national report published today. Health watchdog the Healthcare Commission ranked Gateshead Healthcare NHS Foundation...
Business Insights; Price WATERHOUSE COOPERS
Byline: By Neil Austin ALTHOUGH businesses in our region haven't suffered anything like the disruption seen in West Yorkshire as a result of the recent flooding, it is a timely reminder to think about planning for unforeseen circumstances. It...
Cahors - a Liquid of Distinction; Wine
Byline: HELEN SAVAGE IT used to be called "black wine". In the 13th Century Cahors already had a reputation in London as a big, blokey red (to this day, there's no pink or white Cahor s). By the early 19th Century, the black wine was famed as...
Carers Stole Life Savings of Man, 82; Victim's Trust Betrayed
Byline: By Hilary Clixby A HOME help fleeced a frail pensioner out of his life savings and squandered it on cocaine, a court heard yesterday. Kim Beaton had been privately hired to assist the 82-year-old victim, who was in failing health and...
Cooking Should Be Fun
Byline: Jane Hall Cordon Bleu-trained Jane Lovett believes cooking should be fun - a good philosophy when we all need to eat three times a day. She's also passionate about local food and believes the North-East can hold its head high with the best,...
Cricket: Sachin's Century a Boost for India
SACHIN Tendulkar's century crowned an encouraging first day for India as they sought to win the fourth Test in Adelaide against Australia and tie the series. After skipper Anil Kumble won the toss and elected to bat first, Tendulkar went to work,...
Deadline Approaching for RoSPA Awards
THE deadline is fast approaching for entries to the Royal Society for the prevention of Accidents Occupational Health and Safety Awards, which honoured a record 1,400 winners last year. Businesses and organisations of all sizes and types need to...
Deadline on Rock Stands, Says Darling; Chancellor Wants Bids in by February 4
Byline: By William Green Political Editor THE Government plans to stick to a tight timetable to decide Northern Rock's future, the Chancellor said yesterday. Alistair Darling told MPs that he wanted to stop the crisis dragging on "indefinitely"....
DVDs
The Kingdom (15) WHEN suicide bombers attack the Gulf Oasis Western Housing Compound in Riyadh, slaughtering dozens of people, bureaucracy prevents the immediate deployment of a crack FBI team. Going behind the back of supercilious Attorney General...
First Blood in Fight for New Council; Eight out of 10 Members' Seats Will Go
Byline: By Dave Black THE FIRST casualties are emerging in the political battle for the right to contest seats on the new super council which will run Northumberland from next year. Three Conservative county councillors have failed to win their...
Focus and Mondeo Give Range of Options; Car Monthly Ford
THE increasing importance of diesel-powered cars is graphically illustrated by two of the UK's favourite models, the Ford Focus and Mondeo, which offer eight different diesel options. Elsewhere in Europe, dieselpowered cars are more popular than their...
Football: Burley Ready for Scots Challenge; Ex-Cats Defender Entrusted to Lead Qualification Bid
Byline: By Lisa Gray GEORGE Burley is dreaming of making it to the World Cup finals, but the former Sunderland right-back admits he had not expected the call inviting him to become Scotland's new manager. The ex-Southampton, Ipswich, Derby and...
Football: Busy Redknapp Gets Baros in on Loan
Byline: By Bill Pierce PORTSMOUTH manager Harry Redknapp is poised to sign former Liverpool and Aston Villa striker Milan Baros on loan from French champions Lyon. Although the Czech Republic ace, who cannot get into the Lyon team, is unlikely...
Football: Carroll Switch Hits a Hitch
DERBY manager Paul Jewell has slammed the "embarrassing" impasse which has left goalkeeper Roy Carroll kicking his heels. The Rams yesterday prematurely confirmed Carroll had signed for the club, initially on a short-term deal until the end of the...
Football: Flamini Proud of Role for Gunner S
MATHIEU Flamini insists he thrives on operating as Arsenal's 'water-carrier'. Flamini has been a revelation for the Gunners this season following an unsettled summer when he threatened to leave the club due to a lack of first-team opportunities....
Football: Football: Nyron: Signings Will Galvanise Cats
Byline: By Stuart Rayner A BUSY week of transfer activity can give Sunderland the psychological boost they need to beat relegation this season, according to defender Nyron Nosworthy. In the last four days the Black Cats have added right-back...
Football: Forward Can Be Cats' Tough Guy; Prica Will Make Life Difficult for Defenders
Byline: STUART RAYNER RADE Prica will be given the task of roughing up Birmingham's back line next week, writes STUART RAYNER. The Swedish striker became Sunderland's second permanent transfer of the month when he joined in a pounds 2m move from...
Football: I Fancied United Job, Says Didier; St James's Position Appealed to Former Juventus Boss
Byline: Stuart Rayner FORMER Juventus manager Didier Deschamps has admitted he was interested in managing Newcastle United before Kevin Keegan was given the job. At one stage, on the day Keegan returned to St James's Park for a second spell as...
Football: McLeish's Fiery Tirade Paid off for Blues
GARRY O'Connor has spoken of the bout of "shouting and screaming" from Birmingham manager Alex McLeish which fired the players up for their impressive performances against Arsenal and Chelsea. Blues striker O'Connor ( pictured right) believes McLeish's...
Football: Time to Turn Up the Heat, Warns Ward; 'Let's Keep Pressure On'
Byline: Stuart Rayner JOHN Ward has told his Carlisle United players to concentrate on their own performances to ratchet up the pressure on their promotion rivals. The Cumbrians travel to Cheltenham Town tonight in the latest instalment of an...
Football: Woodgate Can Go for Right Price; Pounds 9m Tag on United Target
Byline: Stuart Rayner MIDDLESBROUGH are willing to listen to offers for Jonathan Woodgate, setting up a two-way fight between Newcastle United and Tottenham Hotspur for the 28-year-old centre-back. But the England international's future could...
Golf: Fitness Factor Works for Lee; Slimline Westwood Shares Lead with a 67 in Qatar
Byline: By Andrew Mullen LEE Westwood is determined to land his 19th European Tour title after a flawless five-under-par 67 in the first round of the Qatar Masters left him in a share of the lead alongside South Africa's Anton Haig. The current...
Graduates Chew over Pearl of a Problem; in Association with RBS
AN award-winning business set up by two Sunderland graduates is chewing over a sticky problem before it can officially launch its healthy chilled instant tea drink. Chooba, which was named as the UK's best new business at the UK Business Incubation...
Great Winter Rail Offer with National Express; the Journal: Competition
With our exclusive National Express rail offer readers can travel to some of their favourite destinations at a great fare, example single fares from Newcastle or Durham to London are pounds 29 First Class, just pounds 58 return or pounds 9 Standard...
Hitting the Ground Running; Mazda
MAZDA is one of the newer entrants to the booming diesel market but certainly hit the ground running. The innovative Japanese company's oil-burners have proved an instant hit and are going from strength to strength. The range encompasses the Mazda3,...
Horse Racing: Trip Looks Right for Mage D'Estruval; in Association with Pagebet
Byline: By Saraband MAGE D'Estruval is tipped to strike for Henry Daly in the Zenergi Handicap Chase at Newbury today after running with great promise in two starts this term. The eight-year-old has only faced the starter eight times in his life...
'I Cannot Understand the Mentality of Anybody Who Would Want to Burn Animals to Death'
A HEARTBROKEN landowner told last night how he fought against searing heat to try to rescue six terror-stricken horses and a donkey from burning stables. Arsonists are suspected of causing the early morning blaze in stables and a pigeon loft at...
Impressive Array of Models; Honda
HONDA is one of the world's most innovative and technologically advanced companies and is at the cutting edge of alternative fuel and ultra low emissions development. Although arguably best known for its headline-grabbing hybrids the company has...
Impressive Mazda Diesel; Car Monthly Mazda
ORDERS are now being taken for the impressive new Mazda2 diesel, which goes on sale here from March with prices starting at just under pounds 9,500. Two equipment levels of TS and TS2 will be available with the same generous levels of standard equipment...
Inspectors Will Concentrate on Eliminating Falls and Trips; Health and Safety at Work
Byline: By Stephen Williams LAST year the number of deaths in construction rose by a massive 28% to 77 workers. Although this figure is still lower than five years ago, worryingly it is the first time in five years that the downward trend in deaths...
Instant Success Guaranteed; Car Monthly Lexus
LEXUS is now a name that is synonymous with the ultimate in environmentally friendly motoring, thanks largely to its impressive hybrid models. These use a combination of conventional petrol engines and electricity to achieve high economy and low emissions,...
In the Valley of Elah SLOW-BURNER: Tommy Lee Jones and Susan Sarandon. (2Hrs 1min), Starring: Tommy Lee Jones, Charlize Theron, Susan Sarandon, Director: Paul Haggis
THE true cost of war is incalculable. For the brave men and women who survive their arduous tours of duty, the physical and emotional scars may never heal. In The Valley Of Elah is a slowburning thriller inspired by true events, centred on a troubled...
'Irrational' Junior Trader in Pounds 3.7bn in Bank Fraud
Byline: By David Lucas FRANCE'S second-biggest bank was at a loss yesterday to explain why and how a junior trader was able to gamble away pounds 3.7bn of its funds on the world's mark ets. Jerome Kerviel made no money personally from the deals...
It's a Smart Move to Consider Repair Bills; Renault
WHEN it comes to diesel-powered cars, Renault has one of the widest ranges and they are officially among the least expensive to run. The oil-burning models include the Clio, Modus, Megane, Laguna, Kangoo, Scenic, Grand Scenic, Espace and Grand Espace....
'It's Terrible to Have Your Nine-Year-Old Daughter Awake at 2am and Scared to Go to Sleep Because She Is Thinking about Having to Go to School in the Morning'
Byline: By Dave Black WORRIED parents have moved their daughter to a new school after a vicious bullying campaign by other children spread to cyberspace. Nine-year-old Megan Adams has been targeted by a small gang of bullies since she moved with...
Just How Much Has Absence Cost Your Company This Year? Health and Safety at Work
SICKNESS absence cost the UK economy pounds 13.4bn in 2006, according to figures from the CBI, although most absence is caused by genuine illness, absenteeism remains "an issue" for many employers. Workers took an average of seven days off sick...
Key Change in the Law on Corporate Manslaughter; Health and Safety at Work Tim Hill Pictured, Explores the Impact That the Corporate Manslaughter and Corporate Homicide Act 2007 Will Have on All of the Region's Employers and Urges Them to Be Prepared for Its Introduction
Byline: Tim Hill CONVICTING organisations of corporate manslaughter will become easier under changes in law this year, if senior managers have collectively breached their duty of care. The Corporate Manslaughter and Corporate Homicide Act 2007,...
Lawn Tennis: Ana Happy to Do It the Hard Way; Serbian Star Feels Confident after Brilliant Comeback
ANA Ivanovic believes that yesterday's topsy-turvy semi-final performance could work to her advantage when she faces Maria Sharapova in the final of the Australian Open tomorrow. The pair won through with contrasting styles at Melbourne Park. Sharapova...
Lawn Tennis: Nadal Beaten as Tsonga Marches On
JO-WILFRIED Tsonga described his run to the Australian Open final as "ridiculous" after destroying second seed Rafael Nadal in the last four yesterday. Nadal, the three-time defending French Open champion, was completely outclassed by the 22-year-old...
Letter: How Can You Justify Shotgun and Poison? Voice of the North
Byline: LOL DUNN REALLY, Mr Edwards (Voice of the North, January 11), you are desperate. How can you possibly justify shooting with a shotgun and poisoning as better than hunting? Shooting is at best chancy; a standing target can move at the...
Little Pigs Criticism 'May Hurt Publisher' No Offence Meant to Muslims and Builders
Byline: By Chris Robinson A CHILDREN'S book publisher last night defended a work that was turned down for an award because judges feared a new version of the Three Little Pigs could offend Muslims. Anne Curtis, creative director of South Tyneside...
LOCH Fyne Restaurants
LOCH Fyne Restaurants - which has a branch in Gosforth, Newcastle - has been singled out for its ethical stance. The company has been praised as the only restaurant to show a wide-ranging awareness of the environmental and animal welfare impact...
MP Likely to Improve Prospects for Children with Special Needs
NEW legislation to improve provision for children with special educational needs is today launched by North-East MP Sharon Hodgson. Ministers will be obliged to publish information each year that campaigners say will end the "patchwork quilt" of...
My Kitchen and Coffee Table; in Association with RBS
Byline: Nicholas Craig HOW many of you have yet to unwrap and demystify well-intentioned gadgetry presents bestowed by technologically literate relatives? My kitchen and coffee table bear witness to the generosity of those who have yet to believe...
'My Son Did Not Deserve to Die' Mother of Stabbing Victim Pleads Case for Tougher Sentences for Knife Crimes Following Son's Death
Byline: By Paul James Chief Reporter A NURSE whose son was stabbed to death last summer in Gateshead yesterday broke her silence to defend his memory and call for tougher sentences for knife attacks. Freda Wilson lost son Steven after he was...
New Academy Will Plug Chemicals Skills Gap; in Association with RBS
A NEW training centre which will help ensure the future of hundreds of businesses in the North-East chemical industry and help redress the region's skills shortage was launched yesterday. The National Skills Academy for the Process Industry, which...
New Hope for Sufferers; Medical Experts Working on Key to Reversing Dementia
Byline: By Audrey Barton MEDICAL experts in the North-East believe they may have found the key to reversing the effects of dementia, which could change the lives of hundreds of thousands of people. Pioneering research at the University of Sunderland...
Nine into One to Create Academy; Fears over Plan to Revamp Schools
Byline: By Dave Black NINE schools are set to close in two neighbouring Northumberland towns to pave the way for a pounds 45m investment in creating the county's second privately-sponsored city academy. Serious concerns were voiced last night...
Outstripping All Rivals; BMW
WHEN it comes to premium diesel models you get what you pay for, which is why BMWs are such a sought-after commodity thanks to their comparatively low whole-life running costs. The greatest costs of owning and running a car are depreciation, fuel...
Partner's Lies Kept Man Jailed; Court Told of False Threat Allegations
Byline: By Hilary Clixby A MAN spent 14 days in custody after his partner falsely accused him of making threatening telephone calls to her from prison. Joy Mackay, 34, a mother-of-two, of Forber Avenue, South Shields, alleged that David Parkin...
Performance - and Economy; Introduction: Diesel Special
SALES of diesel cars are soaring, with almost half of all new models now economical oil-burners - and the trend looks set to continue. Such is the sophistication of the new generation of diesel engines that many are more than a match for their petrol-powered...
Policewoman's New Beat Still Helps Others; in Association with Sector1.net and Fish4
FORMER police officer Stephanie Hansell has landed herself a new position as an assessing manager at GoWarm. The 44-year-old from Benton, Newcastle, was ready to leave the force, but wanted to stay in a service job where she is helping people. ...
Property Business Targets Over-50s; in Association with DOVE
Byline: By Christopher Knox APROPERTY business has been set up to give older people the chance to downsize their homes and avoid moving into residential accommodation. Northumbria University graduate Alistair McDonald launched Hartswood Properties...
Range Frisky but Frugal; Car Monthly Toyota
NOT many car companies can boast a baker's dozen when it comes to frugal diesels aimed at saving their users as much of their hard-earned dough as possible. Toyotas are not just for the upper crust either, because although the brand has the range-topping...
Regional Round-Up
BLAYDON go into a crucial National Two relegation clash against fellow strugglers Henley with three men making their debuts. Loan signings Ross Beattie, Andrew Buist and Tom Dillon will all be in the team facing a side just one place and three points...
Reputation Goes before Popular Fords
IT is generally accepted by the professionals that among the best compact and family models are Ford's Focus and Mondeo plus the S-Max and Galaxy, which share the same engines. They are the choice of the cost-conscious fleet operators and are eagerly...
Rugby Union: I'm Determined to Leave the Falcons a Better Place Than It Was When I Joined. for Me, That Would Be a Great Legacy Says Jonny Wilkinson; Rugby's Most Successful Clubs Were Queuing Up to Sign Jonny Wilkinson, but He Chose to Continue His Career at Kingston Park. Chief Sports Writer Paul Gilder Found out Why
Byline: Paul Gilder JONNY Wilkinson read Lawrence Dallaglio's recent book In the Blood with interest - the 28-year-old poring over the passage in which the outspoken England international outlined his belief that his World Cup colleague needed to...
Rugby Union: Jonny's 10 Times the Player He Was at World Cup - Coach Fletcher
Byline: By Paul Gilder A THRILLED John Fletcher last night insisted Jonny Wilkinson is 10 times the player he was when he inspired England's finest hour in the 2003 World Cup final. But the Newcastle coach (pictured left) does not believe the...
Serving Up Prize Pupils; in Association with SCHOOLS AWARDS
Byline: By Graeme Whitfield SCHOOLS that improve the health of their children could be in line for an award. The North-East Schools Awards - run by The Journal in association with our sister paper on Teesside, the Even - ing Gazette, and main...
Shares Surge as US Tackles Crisis; in Association with RBS
Byline: By Iain Laing THE London market staged a dramatic turnaround yesterday as better trading on Wall Street boosted UK blue chips. Investors were buoyed by a sharp recovery last night as Wall Street's Dow Jones Industrial Average rose again...
Sky's the Limit for Expanding Heliport; in Association with RBS
Byline: By Peter McCusker HIGH-FLYING executives tired of traffic jams and airport queues are increasingly turning to helicopters to get around. And the taste for propeller powered travel has seen Newcastle City Heliport enjoy record growth of...
S&N Rebound to End Day 4.22% Up
THE FTSE 100 index ended the day 266.5 points higher at 5875.80 with companies in the financial sector dominating the headline index's leaderboard. Having touched an intraday low of 673.5p, shares in Scottish & Newcastle (S&N) rebounded...
S&N Takeover 'Put Up or Shut Up' Deadline Extended
Byline: By Iain Laing BREWER Scottish & Newcastle was yesterday given an extra 24 hours to agree a pounds 7.8bn takeover by rivals Carlsberg and Heineken. The City's Takeover Panel has extended its "put up or shut up" deadline until midday...
Sporting Marques on Road to Damascus; Car Monthly Cleaner Fuels
THE drive towards cleaner, greener, leaner cars is being led, ironically, by those that are traditionally regarded as the greatest gas guzzlers of all. Premium brands such as Lexus, BMW, Mazda and Volvo are among those at the cutting edge of the new...
Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street; (1Hr56mins), Starring: Johnny Depp, Helena Bonham Carter, Alan Rickman, Timothy Spall, Director: Tim Burton
STEPHEN SONDHEIM and Hugh Wheeler's Tony Award-winning musical fits visionary director Tim Burton like a glove. A tragically flawed and tormented hero at odds with the world around him (a wonderfully pungent 19th Century London), deathly dark humour,...
The Little Car Customers Just Can't Stop Buying Big; Suzuki
SUZUKI now has a 100mph diesel-powered supermini that is not only Swift by name but also swift by nature. Taking the name of Swift 1.3DDiS it comes with the roomy five-door body and most of the equipment of the 1.5-litre petrolpowered GLX. Suzuki...
Thousands of Male Dairy Calves Killed Each Year
Byline: By Sam Wood ASTRATEGY to reduce the number of young male dairy calves being killed on farms was announced this week and has been welcomed by North-East farmers. Thousands of black and white male dairy calves are killed or exported each...
Town's Sporting Chance; but New Centre Will Only Be Part-Funded
Byline: By Sam Wood DERWENTSIDE Council leader Alex Watson has said he is confident a multi-million pound 'sports village' will still go ahead, despite a dispute over funding. At a full council meeting, councillors decided against full funding...
Vauxhall's Diesels All the Rage; Car Monthly Vauxhall
VAUXHALL is cashing in on the diesel boom with an impressive range of mainstream models with broad appeal to private buyers in addition to experienced fleet operators. The company experienced an increase of more than a third in diesel sales last year,...
Victim Paula's Body Dumped but Not Posed; Killed after Earlier Victim's Remains Found
Byline: By Mark Bulstrode and Brian Farmer PAULA Clennell was murdered and her naked body dumped after the remains of Anneli Alderton were found, Ipswich Crown Court was told yesterday. Berwick-born Miss Clennell's remains were found about half...
VW Still Raising the Stakes; Car Monthly VW
VOLKSWAGEN is a major player not only in the new diesel car market but is also among the most sought-after in the second-hand sector too, such is the durability of its products. Buyers are increasingly attracted to diesel models because they represent...
Waitrose's City Centre Shop Plan
Byline: By Aarushi Nigam PLANS have been announced for the opening of a Waitrose supermarket in the centre of Newcastle. The chain, part of the John Lewis Partnership, will open beneath John Lewis in Eldon Square this summer as part of the renovation...
We Must Look after Migrant Workers; CONSTRUCTING EXCELLENCE IN THE NORTH EAST in Association with DOVE
Byline: By Simon Murray, senior education manager, ConstructionSkills THE construction industry in the North-East, as with most parts of the country, faces a growing skills problem. That isn't really news to anybody reading this, I'm sure. However,...
We've Gone Right off the Boil Here; Food
Byline: BILL OLDFIELD SITTING in my history class in school, probably around the age of 13, I wondered what on earth the kings and queens of England had to do with my plans for extraordinary business success, extreme amounts of money, an end to...
What Is the Terry Mac Secret of Success?
Byline: Bob Cuffe LAST week we discussed the opportunities available to us all in 2008. We could all make life-changing decisions if we wanted to. Or we could just have a nice cup of tea. With a chocolate hobnob. The year has kicked off with...
What's NEW?
EVERY person in the country uses an average of 167 plastic carrier bags every year. That's 10 billion bags in total. In a bid to reduce this wastage, Sainsbury's is again joining forces with We Are What We Do, the global social change movement...
WIN A YEAR OF LUXURY! the Journal: Competition OVER Pounds 10,000 WORTH OF PRIZES TO BE WON
So, how are you feeling? Got the January blues? Sick of the cold weather? Christmas is all over now and you may have nothing left to look forward to, however thanks to The Journal you could have something to look forward to every day, month and throughout...
Young Firm on Way to Growth
RECRUITMENT consultancy Altitude Recruitment is gearing up for further growth and expansion with a new appointment. Laura Sharpe, 28, has joined the Gateshead firm as a recruitment consultant, bringing more than five years' experience to the position....
You Will Gather I Am Approaching One of Life's Significant Milestones. A Bus Pass Beckons. Toon and Country
Byline: David Banks SOMEWHERE a mobile phone was ringing. I hurtled around the living room trying to detect the bleeping thing, sending cushions and newspapers flying as I charged about like a wounded elephant. At last I found it, beneath the...
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