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“Brydon had still not owned up by the end of the show when he handed over to the next presenter Jeremy Vine, who he called Tim - the name of Vine's comedian brother.”
“Heresy Corner presents a video of Jeremy Vine's excruciating Wild West skit and then adds:”
“Vine's attempts to make the programme interesting were merely embarrassing.”
“The atmosphere is so convincing, due to the happy duality of Barbara Vine's insightful writing and Ruth Rendell's real-life role as a Labour life peer.”
“Vine's report says the UKBA's civil penalties compliance team have been "too accommodating" towards attempts by employers to reduce penalties, and goes as far as to imply that their approach was so lenient that it actively encouraged them.”
“A total of £5.6m of the fines had been recovered, but Vine's report adds that it was not possible to determine the proportion of the net recoverable debt it represented.”
“I woke up just in time to hear an interview with Gee Walker on Jeremy Vine's Radio 2 show, whose son Anthony Walker was murdered.”
“Vine's account makes clear that the latter quest was much the easier of the two.”
“In Vine's persuasive telling, it is from the expansionist instincts of the military services, rather than the conscious decisions of civilian policymakers, that the imperialist project draws much of its energy.”
“New Vine's suspension was reported earlier by WineBusiness. com.”
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