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THIS WEEK : Selma Montford: The hope that the £1bn schemes will all disappear

TALKBOARD : Step Back in Time – A History of the Argus

LATEST IN DIRECTORY : Preston and Patcham Society launches new web platform


From a glory of the Brighton seafront to the ‘Welsh Versailles’, heritage group lists structures in danger of being lost for good


Corporation plans ‘open’ BBC, as well as expansion of the World Service with satellite TV service for Russian speakers and daily radio news for North Korea


Art, literature, exquisite interiors and copious copulation – do try to keep up with Virginia Woolf and the Bloomsbury set


Nicky Morgan says secondary schools will be classed as coasting if they fail to ensure that 60% of pupils get five good GCSE grades


The proposed micro-state already has a flag, a passport, the makings of a constitution and 8,000 supporters. Vive la révolution!


Move by Big Society Capital allows third-sector groups to borrow against cash flow without having to pledge assets


Staff told by email that they face redundancy