Meet the Number 10 Next Door Book.... (NOT EDITED)

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    <object style="width: 420px; height: 272px;">This was my first quick type....! Not Edited...!




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    AN INTERVIEW WITH MATTHEW ALFORD, AUTHOR OF REEL POWER Where They Have Holes In Their Souls We bask in a certain reflected glory from the newspapers we read. To "take" The Times is to be far more intellectual, far more highbrow, than someone who takes the Mail. To read the Mail is to be far more responsible than someone who gawks in the Mirror. A Guardian reader is highbrow with a human face: intellectual, aware, like other "broadsheet" readers, but with a much greater commitment to making the world a better, fairer place. Independent readers share the same commitment, perhaps a little less earnestly. Because we locate some of our identity in...
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