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By Prospect   May 2011

A Sound of Thunder by Ray Bradbury. First published in US magazine Collier’s Weekly in 1952, it forms part of the collection on display from 20th May at the British Library’s “Out of this World” exhibition, which aims to make its audience rethink their views of science fiction

Anyone but Lembit

The prospect of standing as the Lib Dem candidate in next year’s London mayoral election is understandably considered a thankless task by many in the embattled party’s ranks. Lembit Opik, the publicity-hungry former MP, has continued to promote his credentials, but the Lib Dem leadership is known to be…

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