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    England head coach Eddie Jones is no stranger to controversy – some might say he thrives upon it – but even he must be puzzled by this week’s furore in the press and [...]
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    One of the many joys of writing for The Rust is the collegiate atmosphere. I am no sports buff though I follow the fortunes of West Bromwich Albion and I value the opinions [...]
  • Here’s another fine mess …

    There’s little doubt that the overwhelming majority of the UK electorate is heartily sick of the subject of Brexit which has been dominating the thoughts and schemes of our [...]
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    Yesterday I was Ivan’s guest at Hove. Sussex entertained Warwickshire the second division leaders, a game they had to win for any chance of promotion. In chilly and gusty [...]
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The Streets/Anthony Quinn

by Melanie Gay in Books

One of the many joys of writing for The Rust is the collegiate atmosphere. I am no sports buff though I follow the fortunes of West Bromwich Albion and I value the opinions [...]

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Restaurant Reviews

  • A la Colthard/ Lasan/ Birmingham

    September 15, 2018 // 0 Comments

    I stand rightly accused of only leaving the South East for foreign parts and rarely visiting the gastronomic world of the entire UK. So here I am in England’s second city, [...]

Arts

  • The Streets/Anthony Quinn

    September 21, 2018 // 0 Comments

    One of the many joys of writing for The Rust is the collegiate atmosphere. I am no sports buff though I follow the fortunes of West Bromwich Albion and I value the opinions [...]

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Sport

  • Some things are inevitable

    September 22, 2018 // 0 Comments

    England head coach Eddie Jones is no stranger to controversy – some might say he thrives upon it – but even he must be puzzled by this week’s furore in the press and [...]

Britain

  • Some things are inevitable

    September 22, 2018 // 0 Comments

    England head coach Eddie Jones is no stranger to controversy – some might say he thrives upon it – but even he must be puzzled by this week’s furore in the press and [...]

World Affairs

  • Here’s another fine mess …

    September 21, 2018 // 0 Comments

    There’s little doubt that the overwhelming majority of the UK electorate is heartily sick of the subject of Brexit which has been dominating the thoughts and schemes of our [...]

Men

  • Female tennis issues

    August 30, 2018 // 0 Comments

    I recently blogged on this organ on the subject of the French Open tennis authorities declaring that in future it would not be acceptable for Serena Williams to wear a cat [...]

Film

  • The directors/ Akira Kurosawa

    September 11, 2018 // 0 Comments

    I am every much enjoying SKY ARTS series on film directors. It has the same line up of critics Ian Nathan and Neil Norman with the addition of Stephen Armstrong and Bonnie [...]

Women

  • Female tennis issues

    August 30, 2018 // 0 Comments

    I recently blogged on this organ on the subject of the French Open tennis authorities declaring that in future it would not be acceptable for Serena Williams to wear a cat [...]

Restaurant reviews

  • A la Colthard/ Lasan/ Birmingham

    September 15, 2018 // 0 Comments

    I stand rightly accused of only leaving the South East for foreign parts and rarely visiting the gastronomic world of the entire UK. So here I am in England’s second city, [...]