Jeffrey Archer

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Michael Crick: ‘I don’t think Farage is a racist… though he does pander to racists’
He’s quit TV after decades of dogged political reporting, written a rollicking biography of Nigel Farage – and, surprisingly, joined Mail+

Tim Adams

13, Feb, 2022 @7:00 AM

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Johnson’s incompetent – and so are those who backed him | Letters
Letters: It just is not credible for anyone to claim ignorance of Johnson’s obvious flaws, says Paul McGilchrist, and Linda Karlsen hopes we see the last of him


26, Dec, 2021 @6:00 PM

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Pity the little darlings if they are being raised by parents who like to share | Catherine Bennett
There’s little to stop social media obsessives exploiting children who are too young to say no

Catherine Bennett

20, Jan, 2019 @9:30 AM

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Political novelists may be about to lose a key character: the blackmailing whip | Peter Bradshaw | Peter Bradshaw
A new culture of openness in parliament could spell the end of certain dark arts, writes the Guardian film critic

Peter Bradshaw

01, Nov, 2017 @5:47 PM

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Jeffrey Archer's 'foolish act of honourable man' – archive, 7 July 1987
7 July 1987: The former deputy chairman of the Conservative party and novelist has his first day in court in a libel case against the Star newspaper

Andrew Rawnsley

07, Jul, 2017 @4:30 AM

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Cometh the Hour by Jeffrey Archer – digested
John Crace reduces a sprawling tale of high-stakes international intrigue and romance to juicy, bite-size chunks

John Crace

20, Mar, 2016 @4:00 PM

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Dame Mary Archer interview: 'To me everything has to work round family, and fortunately it has'
Academic posts at Oxford and Cambridge, a stint as head of an NHS trust, and now chair of the science museum: whatever Jeffrey’s travails, Dame Mary Archer knows she’s been lucky. Here she talks about women in science, museum cuts – and the husband-shaped elephant in the room

Susanna Rustin

23, Oct, 2015 @1:15 PM

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Jeffrey Archer: Bollywood 'a bunch of thieves' stealing his storys
The former MP and jailbird accuses Indian films of plagiarising his novels, which have sold tens of millions in the country

Ben Beaumont-Thomas

04, Mar, 2015 @10:19 AM

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Lord Archer loses temper over BBC Radio 5 Live's prison question
Tory life peer accuses BBC of being ‘only interested in failure’ after presenter Sarah Brett dared bring up his conviction for perjury


25, Feb, 2015 @10:38 AM

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Jeffrey Archer reveals battle with prostate cancer
Novelist describes 'short, sharp shock' of four-hour operation following diagnosis last year

Alison Flood

09, Jun, 2014 @12:42 PM

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Prison book ban plot is full of holes, writers tell Chris Grayling

More major names join fight against restrictions, while justice secretary claims move is what public wants

Alan Travis and Mark Tran

26, Mar, 2014 @12:23 AM

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World Book Night mans up for 2014 giveaway
Chosen with reluctant readers in mind – far more of whom are men than women – next year's list is dominated by male writers

Guardian staff

22, Nov, 2013 @10:35 AM

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