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Tuesday, 26 May 2015 09:36

Bish, Bash, Bosh – Growing Up in 70s Aggro Britain, Part One of Two

Written by Peter Jachimiak

‘Yes, I’m in Aggravation Place / Where the pressure takes the smile off every face’
Jook, ‘Aggravation Place’, 1978

Sunday, 14 July 2013 12:47

The Intolerable Incarceration Of Prisoner 11810 (Bastoy Prison Norway)

Written by Piers Hernu

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Can a prison possibly justify treating its inmates with saunas, sun beds and deck chairs if that prison has the lowest reoffending rate in Europe? Live reports from Norway on the penal system that runs contrary to all our instincts – but achieves everything we could wish for An inmate convicted of murder sunbathes outside the wooden cottage where he lives.

Tuesday, 20 March 2012 20:33

High Street Connections - With Clothes at the Top of My List

Written by Mick Harwood

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I was thinking today about how times have changed in retail since I bought my first Harrington and docs as a 15 year old back in 1978. I then recollect a year or so later having my first job (16-year-olds with jobs, well some things definitely have changed) and buying my first Crombie, then a tonic suit, followed by a boating blazer.

Sunday, 18 December 2011 16:18

Quadrophenia's Lost Mod The Story Of London Mod Barry Prior

Written by Simon Wells

It’s called Saltdean, and I presume the derivation originates from the sulphurous air that permeates the atmosphere from the sea. It’s about five or six miles outside of Brighton, and unlike its celebrated neighbour, it’s bereft of any of the trappings that you’d expect to find at the seaside; no pier, no cafe, no illuminations or smell of fish and chips. In fact, aside from an imposing hotel that wouldn’t be out of place in The Shining, there’s very little here in Saltdean that one could call memorable.

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