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  • And Martin Amis appears to be taking the Ronseal approach to book titles with his next novel, State of England: Lionel Asbo, Lotto Lout, said to feature a "ferocious" antihero who gets his first anti-social behaviour order at the age of three.

    Frankfurt book fair finds publishers in buoyant mood

  • Brown just comes across as a typical Scottish Lager Lout.

    Tony Blair: The Next Labour Prime Minister?

  • Brown just comes across as a typical Scottish Lager Lout.

    Tony Blair: The Next Labour Prime Minister?

  • They are, in short, the sort of people who make you think wistfully of Michael Carroll, the Lotto Lout - and wonder why he couldn't have bought the house next door to them.

    Archive 2009-06-01

  • It's run By John Turner, a local legend whose alter ego, the Saga Lout*, causes affray at a variety of venues in the region.

    Archive 2009-05-01

  • They are, in short, the sort of people who make you think wistfully of Michael Carroll, the Lotto Lout - and wonder why he couldn't have bought the house next door to them.

    Swearing Allegiance

  • It's run By John Turner, a local legend whose alter ego, the Saga Lout*, causes affray at a variety of venues in the region.

    New Project

  • Lager Lout: British phrase referring to a young man who drinks beer and causes trouble.

    New Project

  • Lager Lout: British phrase referring to a young man who drinks beer and causes trouble.

    Archive 2009-05-01

  • According to Kevin Maguire in this week's New Statesman, PM Brown has been making some comparisons between himself, David Cameron and politicans from antiquity: Gordon Brown views himself as Demosthenes, Lycra Lout David Cameron as Cicero.

    Archive 2008-04-01

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