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  • Police force's colour-coded redundancy letters give staff the blues

    Sir Clive Woodward's Olympic programme on ice after funding issues

  • Police force's colour-coded redundancy letters give staff the blues

    Welsh castles 'more popular than Buckingham Palace'

  • Police force's colour-coded redundancy letters give staff the blues

    Letters: Watching the detectives

  • We could assign that shade to that area on the map, colour it in, and if we did this with every area on the map the result would be a colour-coded modelling of the proportions of different heights across the territory.

    Archive 2009-02-01

  • John O'Donnell, headteacher of the Radcliffe school in Milton Keynes, is pointing to a colour-coded wallchart on which the progress of this year's GCSE students is mapped.

    Mid-year admissions: When there's no place at a school near home

  • Back in the 1980s, when the Californian Jim Isermann began making his hand-crafted installations of colour-coded rooms, furniture upholstered in groovy patterns and paintings collaged with carpet, it was fresh turf.

    This week's new exhibitions

  • Miller's particular approach, the warmongering approach, is self-evidently reminiscent of the Bush/Cheney years, in which any domestic reversal was followed by an elevated level on the colour-coded risk-assessment wheel.

    Frank Miller and the rise of cryptofascist Hollywood

  • The colour-coded branding will accompany the whole of the BBC's coverage – orange for the 70-day torch relay and gold for the Olympics itself although no word on whether this will imperceptibly transmogrify into bronze, depending on the performance of Team GB.

    Media Monkey's diary

  • Can anyone now doubt that the Conservatives have managed in a mere three years to institute a tiered, colour-coded notion of citizenship in this country?

    Archive 2009-08-01

  • Near the centre there are two 50-metre climbing walls and a disused tunnel studded with colour-coded holds, free for the public to use.

    10 of the best outdoors activities in Barcelona

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