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James Moore: Cherish life – amid odds

Driving back from a hospital appointment on Thursday morning, I found myself feeling a profound sense of relief that had nothing to do with my...

James Moore: Questions being raised over Clinton's running mate

Now that referenda are in vogue, especially with the right, how about we extend the principle to the workplace? How about we allow staff to...

James Moore: A portent of things to come

We'd stopped for a drinks break in the middle of our wheelchair basketball session, and after indulging in a little gentle teasing of our opponents...

James Moore: It is blatantly prejudicial

Unemployment for differently-abled people stands at a shocking 50 per cent, and the banker turned welfare minister Lord Freud thinks that there's a reason for...

James moore: Economy not helping poor

The economic week ended with a bang for HM Treasury. The Coalition's own spin doctors could hardly have dreamed up a better scenario. First the...

UAE envoy receives Canadian minister

OTTAWA: UAE Ambassador to Canada, Mohammed Saif Helal Al Shehhi, has received Canadian Minister of Fisheries and Oceans Gail Shea, and President and Vice Chancellor...

James Moore: A recipe for disaster

. April 05, 2014. Print Send to Friend. Two-year-olds, it's time to set aside childish things. Put down your soft toys. That playlet that Granny...