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Quality over quantity

Beneath another mediocre set of advertising results lies evidence of a reader base willing to spend money, finds Colin Fallon  We reach what T.S. Eliot dubbed the cruellest month, and as with previous years, it hasn’t exactly been kind to

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Roger Williams on possible trade relationships with France

Roger Williams dons his beret and pours a carafe of Pinot Noir to study the possibility of a reliable trade relationship with France France is not a place to establish a new business It is, however, an interesting place to

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The justice league?

Caroline Roddis marvels at the superhuman efforts being made by Chris Packham and the rest of the ‘Wild Justice’ organisation. What with all this Brexit malarkey, scanning the news has never been more painful. I realise that by the time

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Reaping the rewards with Diggory Hadoke

With the first auctions of the year looming, Diggory Hadoke reflects on the frustrations, tribulations and ultimate rewards of the auction circuit. As I write this in February is beginning to fade into memory, the weather is feeling pretty wintery

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The sniper column

Watch your back! Sniping remarks and gleeful industry gossip – we love it!   The dating game You have to be careful what sort of information you give out on dating sites. Of course, you need enough to interest potential

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Bird-brained reports

Caroline Roddis provides further evidence that ‘birds are real’ as she casts a scathing eye over recent broadsheet reports into pheasant dumping. Isn’t it amazing what people do when they think no one is looking? Particularly because, as we all

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On the flipside with Stuart Farr

Even with all the current political unrest, legally, The Brexit deadline is still 29 March, which means that Stuart Farr will finally be able to give up international trade predictions for lent. The last few months have seen some pretty impressive

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Cashing Czechs

Roger Williams explores the potential of dealing with a former Soviet nation: the Czech Republic. The Czech Republic emerged from the tank-shod heel of Soviet-backed Communist rule in 1993 and completed its emergence by joining the EU in 2004 as

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Learning to Shoot, Digweed Style!

Move over Percy Stanbury, George Digweed is teaching the instructors at EJ Churchill to pass on his world-beating technique, and Clay Shooting’s James Marchington has the exclusive. Ask any shooter who they want to shoot like, and nine times out

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Stuart Farr’s ‘fly on the wall’ observations of goods and services

When it comes to trade deals, Stuart Farr says that sometimes it’s difficult to work out what the fuss is all about. Do we need them? If so, why? I confess the constant reference to them makes me wonder where

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