Adam Colclough

Adam Colclough
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I live in the West Midlands (UK) and will be mostly writing about books.
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Recent pages by Adam Colclough

A review of ‘The Encyclopaedia of Classic Saturday Night Telly’ by Jack Kibble-White and Steve Williams (Alison & Busby, 2007).
An accomplished debut for a writer sure to become a big name in the very near future
Lynne Truss, a self confessed ignoramus about all things sport related is turned loose in the world of sports writing to brilliant comic effect.
If you look out of the window you might just be able to spot on the frosty roads the strip of smoking rubber that is always a sign of a government that has made a rapid u-turn in the face of public protest. The u-turn in question came about following the announcement by the UK gove...
This weekend it snowed all across Britain, not, perhaps, such a surprising occurrence in Northern Europe during winter, but it seemed to catch almost everyone by surprise. Across the country temperatures struggled to get past the -5C mark and in parts of Shropshire and Worcestershire ...
Thousands of students across England have taken to the streets to protest against the government’s plans to scrap the Education Maintenance Allowance (EMA) today. The protests attracted less media coverage than the riots in central London last week of a rise in tuition fees for univ...
Journalist Jeff Guinn tells the story of the famous Depression era bank robbers showing the human story behind the myth.
UK Prime Minister David Cameron defends plans to measure the nation's 'happiness index.'
The UK government announces the creation of fifty three new life peers, reviving concerns about ‘cash for honours’ and reform of the House of Lords
The murder of a veteran of the Manhattan Project leads Dr Bill Brockton into an investigation of a murder with its origins in the 1940's.
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