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heraldscotland
He's Scots-born, best buds with Ruth, working class. Should the Tories grab Crabb?EU failure to tackle immigration … Nominations open today in Tory leadership co
He's Scots-born, best buds with Ruth, working class. Should the Tories grab Crabb?
heraldscotland / Posted 6 minutes ago
EU failure to tackle immigration … Nominations open today in Tory leadership contest … Corbyn expected to face leadership challenge … 36 killed, 147 wounded in suicide bomb attack at airport in Istanbul … Scotty Moore, pioneering rock guitarist and... Read more
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Western Advocate
Council stink over paying bill for toiletsJust who should foot the bill to maintain the toilets at a Trunkey Creek pub?
Council stink over paying bill for toilets
Western Advocate / Posted 32 minutes ago
Just who should foot the bill to maintain the toilets at a Trunkey Creek pub? THE state of the public toilets at Trunkey Creek has been causing a bit of stink at Bathurst Regional Council. Councillors have agreed to investigate the provision of... Read more
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Evening Standard
Marcus Willis backed to cause Roger Federer problemshis first round match to Andy Murray on Tuesday, is ranked 235th in the world b
Marcus Willis backed to cause Roger Federer problems
Evening Standard / Posted an hour ago
his first round match to Andy Murray on Tuesday, is ranked 235th in the world but has also struggled against Willis, the outsider winning four of their seven previous encounters. Willis the lowest-ranked player Federer has ever faced at... Read more
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Nottingham Post
Nottingham ale aids charities as Somme anniversary loomsmajority of the Britons who were killed or maimed were not professional soldier
Nottingham ale aids charities as Somme anniversary looms
Nottingham Post / Posted an hour ago
majority of the Britons who were killed or maimed were not professional soldiers – but the volunteers who manned the so-called pals' battalions of Lord Kitchener's "New Army", recruited from single cities or workplaces. For many of the... Read more
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birminghammail
New book shines light on West Midlands buildings at riskAn old police station, a former pub and the first branch of Lloyds Bank all fea
New book shines light on West Midlands buildings at risk
birminghammail / Posted 2 hours ago
An old police station, a former pub and the first branch of Lloyds Bank all feature in a new book about buildings at risk. Called Great Expectations, it includes nine buildings in the West Midlands which have fallen into a state of disuse and... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Meeting Young Labor: The young and the restlessover the party's policies and direction. Alex McKinnon looks under the bonnet o
Meeting Young Labor: The young and the restless
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 2 hours ago
over the party's policies and direction. Alex McKinnon looks under the bonnet of some of Labor's surprisingly influential youth-led movements. As the seemingly interminable 2016 election campaign finally draws to a close and the nation prepares to... Read more
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Detroit Free Press
Corktown to come alive with inaugural Strut this weekendThe Fourth of July holiday is traditionally a slow stretch for area restaurants
Corktown to come alive with inaugural Strut this weekend
Detroit Free Press / Posted 3 hours ago
The Fourth of July holiday is traditionally a slow stretch for area restaurants and venues. But that’s likely to change this weekend in Detroit’s Corktown neighborhood, where the inaugural, genre-spanning Corktown Strut festival is set to run... Read more
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Daily Princetonian
Spring 2016 Lawnparties Previewcauses a stir. This year, what are the stories of the artists playing at Lawnpa
Spring 2016 Lawnparties Preview
Daily Princetonian / Posted 3 hours ago
causes a stir. This year, what are the stories of the artists playing at Lawnparties? Let Street be your guide – read about the acts coming to the eating clubs on Sunday, May 1 for Princeton University’s biannual music festival. This year, the... Read more
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Mashable
What it's like to quit your job mid-career and found a startupWhile a young man barely out of puberty may still be the public's idea of a sta
What it's like to quit your job mid-career and found a startup
Mashable / Posted 5 hours ago
While a young man barely out of puberty may still be the public's idea of a startup founder, the reality is quite different. In Australia, for example, the highest numbers of startup employees are in their 30s. Even if you haven't been coding in... Read more
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The Age
Froth and scoff at Wembley Hotel as patrons choke on pint-sized rusefor West Australian beer drinkers, when it doesn't equate to 568ml – the standa
Froth and scoff at Wembley Hotel as patrons choke on pint-sized ruse
The Age / Posted 6 hours ago
for West Australian beer drinkers, when it doesn't equate to 568ml – the standard imperial size that's been served in our pubs since we can remember. It's a question many loyal patrons of The Wembley Hotel have been forced to ponder and act on in... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Froth and scoff at Wembley Hotel as patrons choke on pint-sized rusefor West Australian beer drinkers, when it doesn't equate to 568ml – the standa
Froth and scoff at Wembley Hotel as patrons choke on pint-sized ruse
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 6 hours ago
for West Australian beer drinkers, when it doesn't equate to 568ml – the standard imperial size that's been served in our pubs since we can remember. It's a question many loyal patrons of The Wembley Hotel have been forced to ponder and act on in... Read more
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WA Today
Froth and scoff at Wembley Hotel as patrons choke on pint-sized rusefor West Australian beer drinkers, when it doesn't equate to 568ml – the standa
Froth and scoff at Wembley Hotel as patrons choke on pint-sized ruse
WA Today / Posted 7 hours ago
for West Australian beer drinkers, when it doesn't equate to 568ml – the standard imperial size that's been served in our pubs since we can remember. Not-quite-a-pint at the Wembley Hotel. Photo: David Prestipino It's a question many loyal... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
New rules for Coast venues come as laws changeto make sure Capricorn Coast patrons are aware of the changes. Mr Mckillop spo
New rules for Coast venues come as laws change
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 8 hours ago
to make sure Capricorn Coast patrons are aware of the changes. Mr Mckillop spoke to the Capricorn Coast Mirror last week about the new laws in place for pubs and clubs which have been made in a bid to tack alcohol -fuelled violence. Mr Mckillop... Read more
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The Borneo Post
Wedding anniversary joy turns awry for couple in Puchong blastA police forensic team carrying out investigation at the entertainment outlet f
Wedding anniversary joy turns awry for couple in Puchong blast
The Borneo Post / Posted 8 hours ago
A police forensic team carrying out investigation at the entertainment outlet following the explosion, believed to be from a hand grenade. — Bernama photo KUALA LUMPUR: A surprise wedding anniversary celebration arranged by a man for his wife ended... Read more
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Greenwich Time
Houstonians strip down for the Hot Undies RunThe two-mile pub run took place Saturday morning, starting and ending at the Go
Houstonians strip down for the Hot Undies Run
Greenwich Time / Posted 8 hours ago
The two-mile pub run took place Saturday morning, starting and ending at the Gorgeous Gael Irish Pub in Rice Village. While there may have been a shortage of clothing, there were plenty of runners willing to head out in their skivvies for... Read more
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Japan Today
Tropicana Collaborates with Panasonic Group to Build Innovative Eco Homes ‹ Japan Todaywith over 42 completed and 16 ongoing developments across Malaysia. Established
Tropicana Collaborates with Panasonic Group to Build Innovative Eco Homes ‹ Japan Today
Japan Today / Posted 8 hours ago
with over 42 completed and 16 ongoing developments across Malaysia. Established since 1963, PanaHome has built a total of about 470,000 residences in Japan over the past 50 years. Cheria Residences is a brainchild of both companies, embracing... Read more
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The Telegraph
Other people's defeatsIt's strange how time shifts sports allegiances, and especially curious for any
Other people's defeats
The Telegraph / Posted 9 hours ago
It's strange how time shifts sports allegiances, and especially curious for any Indian, or more specifically, Calcuttan who follows international football. Growing up in the pre-television 1960s, world football was about photographs and text, as in... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
Houstonians strip down for the Hot Undies RunThe two-mile pub run took place Saturday morning, starting and ending at the Go
Houstonians strip down for the Hot Undies Run
Stamford Advocate / Posted 9 hours ago
The two-mile pub run took place Saturday morning, starting and ending at the Gorgeous Gael Irish Pub in Rice Village. While there may have been a shortage of clothing, there were plenty of runners willing to head out in their skivvies for... Read more
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Connecticut Post
Houstonians strip down for the Hot Undies RunThe two-mile pub run took place Saturday morning, starting and ending at the Go
Houstonians strip down for the Hot Undies Run
Connecticut Post / Posted 9 hours ago
The two-mile pub run took place Saturday morning, starting and ending at the Gorgeous Gael Irish Pub in Rice Village. While there may have been a shortage of clothing, there were plenty of runners willing to head out in their skivvies for... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Goondiwindi parkrun making serious tracksThree local girls in a pub were the driving force behind bringing the Goondiwin
Goondiwindi parkrun making serious tracks
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 9 hours ago
Three local girls in a pub were the driving force behind bringing the Goondiwindi parkrun to life, a free weekly fun run for the whole family and our four legged friends. THREE local girls in a pub were the driving force behind bringing the... Read more
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Dundas Star News
Police investigating report of house explosionMarg Courchesne is a professional optometrist who provides expert eye care to p
Police investigating report of house explosion
Dundas Star News / Posted 9 hours ago
Marg Courchesne is a professional optometrist who provides expert eye care to people and... Metatarsalgia is a catch-all phrase for pain in the forefoot and can be the result of many... Question: How do I deal with changes/extras to the... Read more
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FOX News
Greg Gutfeld: Brexit's babies: Why the Leavers won and the losers can't stop cryingPeople (I will politely call them that, when referring to celebrities and media
Greg Gutfeld: Brexit's babies: Why the Leavers won and the losers can't stop crying
FOX News / Posted 9 hours ago
People (I will politely call them that, when referring to celebrities and media on Twitter) are acting like the Brexit vote is the end of humanity. It’s an online spectacle, this manic hissy fit orchestrated by A, B and C listers who seemingly have... Read more
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Times News
Eatery helps fire-damaged businessJim Thorpe’s Union Publick House on 212 Center St., will host a fundraising eve
Eatery helps fire-damaged business
Times News / Posted 10 hours ago
Jim Thorpe’s Union Publick House on 212 Center St., will host a fundraising event from 5-9 p.m. today for the staff of Stone Row Pub and Eatery. The restaurant on Race Street sustained damage after a fire broke out in the early morning hours of June... Read more
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Dear Mr Levy
The English DiseaseJesus wept and he won't stop weeping. We're going to need another ark. Where d
The English Disease
Dear Mr Levy / Posted 10 hours ago
Jesus wept and he won't stop weeping. We're going to need another ark. Where do we even start? Best place is where it all ended; Roy Hodgson resigning with accompanying pre-written goodbye speech post-match, avoiding questions and no doubt... Read more
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Business Wire
Fitch Upgrades Woonsocket RI's IDR to 'BB+'; GO Bonds Upgraded to 'BBB'city of Woonsocket RI's (the city) Issuer Default Rating (IDR) to 'BB+' from 'B
Fitch Upgrades Woonsocket RI's IDR to 'BB+'; GO Bonds Upgraded to 'BBB'
Business Wire / Posted 10 hours ago
city of Woonsocket RI's (the city) Issuer Default Rating (IDR) to 'BB+' from 'BB-'. In addition, the rating on the city's outstanding series 2002 and 2005 general obligation (GO) bonds has been upgraded to 'BBB' from 'BB-'. The GO bond rating at... Read more
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The Press and Journal
Elks Theatre: Are Supporters living in the past?says he would rather see luxury condominiums, retail storefronts, or a combinat
Elks Theatre: Are Supporters living in the past?
The Press and Journal / Posted 11 hours ago
says he would rather see luxury condominiums, retail storefronts, or a combination of the two at the site. A special public meeting to find out what borough residents want to see done with the historic movie theater will be held in council’s... Read more
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metro
10 things I wish people understood about mental illness and stigma(Picture: Daniella Birtley for Metro.co.uk) Whether we want to admit it or not
10 things I wish people understood about mental illness and stigma
metro / Posted 12 hours ago
(Picture: Daniella Birtley for Metro.co.uk) Whether we want to admit it or not, we all wear masks in our public lives. If we want to succeed in our careers we put on civilised, friendly, efficient faces. If we want to keep the peace with our... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Kiwi acting legend Jemaine Clement's father shares their storyClement was raised by his mother and grandmother. Photo / AP The father of Kiw
Kiwi acting legend Jemaine Clement's father shares their story
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 12 hours ago
Clement was raised by his mother and grandmother. Photo / AP The father of Kiwi acting legend Jemaine Clement has spoken publicly for the first time about his "strong and loving" relationship with his son. The director and actor's father, Robert... Read more
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Evening Standard
Euro 2016: France vs Iceland quarter-final previewAfter sending England packing Iceland will hope to spring an even more dramatic
Euro 2016: France vs Iceland quarter-final preview
Evening Standard / Posted 13 hours ago
After sending England packing Iceland will hope to spring an even more dramatic surprise on one of Europe’s footballing superpowers in the quarter finals as they take on hosts France. Didier Deschamps’ squad are still yet to find their best form... Read more
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The New Statesman
SRSLY #49: The Great British Sewing Bee, The Essex Serpent, The Lady Vanishesblood. This was a decade before Limerick earned the moniker “Stab City” for its
SRSLY #49: The Great British Sewing Bee, The Essex Serpent, The Lady Vanishes
The New Statesman / Posted 13 hours ago
blood. This was a decade before Limerick earned the moniker “Stab City” for its gang feuds and knife crime – which eventually escalated into full-on drug wars, with drive-by AK-47 shootings and hand grenades lobbed into sitting rooms. In Barry’s... Read more
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Nottingham Post
Seven places to cheer yourself up following Euro '16 heartachethe historic feat of leaving Europe not once, but twice in less than a week. W
Seven places to cheer yourself up following Euro '16 heartache
Nottingham Post / Posted 14 hours ago
the historic feat of leaving Europe not once, but twice in less than a week. We are nothing if not consistent. But all joking aside, it was nothing less than heartbreaking watching the boys fall so spectacularly out of this year's Euros to... Read more
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Evening Standard
Andy Murray vs Yen-hsun Lu: Start time, TV, prediction and oddsone of the show courts on Thursday, but the official order of play will not be
Andy Murray vs Yen-hsun Lu: Start time, TV, prediction and odds
Evening Standard / Posted 15 hours ago
one of the show courts on Thursday, but the official order of play will not be released until the evening before play (usually before 10pm). Wimbledon, SW19 The Aorangi Terrace – add that to your pub quiz knowledge – gets almost as... Read more
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Hamilton News
Serena Williams labours to 1st round Wimbledon winbe... A.S. Security and Surveillance in Hamilton, Ontario, is a closed-circuit
Serena Williams labours to 1st round Wimbledon win
Hamilton News / Posted 15 hours ago
be... A.S. Security and Surveillance in Hamilton, Ontario, is a closed-circuit TV (CCTV) video... The dedicated team at All-Risks Insurance Brokers Limited in Waterdown, Ontario, will take all of... While there’s no Triple Crown to be won this... Read more
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Pendle Today
Pair attacked woman as ‘it’s something you do when drunk’A teenage mum and her ex-hairdresser drinking partner attacked a woman on a nig
Pair attacked woman as ‘it’s something you do when drunk’
Pendle Today / Posted 15 hours ago
A teenage mum and her ex-hairdresser drinking partner attacked a woman on a night out, with the 19-year-old claiming it was “something you just do when you’re drunk,” a court heard. Burnley magistrates heard how Scarlett Elizabeth Kinsella (20) was... Read more
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North Devon Gazette & Advertiser
Ten perfect North Devon pub gardensNorth Devon’s pubs make the great British summer perfect for a spot of al fresc
Ten perfect North Devon pub gardens
North Devon Gazette & Advertiser / Posted 16 hours ago
North Devon’s pubs make the great British summer perfect for a spot of al fresco refreshment. Whether you’re after a secluded spot, a town-centre retreat or a gorgeous view, these 10 pub gardens will have you out of the office door before you can say... Read more
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walesonline
The Rhondda family who've been turned into a set of playing cardsgame and can’t wait to get a pack and play the version with the Rafters!” He a
The Rhondda family who've been turned into a set of playing cards
walesonline / Posted 16 hours ago
game and can’t wait to get a pack and play the version with the Rafters!” He added: “From a young age, I’ve helped my dad out on weekends and during school holidays. Read More “Roofing is in the Rafter family, as my father runs an independent... Read more
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Evening Standard
10 reasons why you should run the Causeway Coast Waythe Causeway Coast Way in North Irish coast. This 33-mile (50km) long stretch o
10 reasons why you should run the Causeway Coast Way
Evening Standard / Posted 17 hours ago
the Causeway Coast Way in North Irish coast. This 33-mile (50km) long stretch of the Ulster Way between Portstewart and Ballycastle can be walked or run in a long weekend. Alongside spectacular views at every turn, this coastal trail treats you... Read more
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Miami New Times
Endless Summer 2016 Unites All Corners of the Miami Rock Scenea brief distraction from the unbearable heat that comes with July in Miami. "A
Endless Summer 2016 Unites All Corners of the Miami Rock Scene
Miami New Times / Posted 18 hours ago
a brief distraction from the unbearable heat that comes with July in Miami. "Anyone could just put together 12 bands and call it a festival..." This Endless Summer edition will concentrate heavily on showcasing the ever-hidden Miami music scene... Read more
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USA Today
Mysterious Montserrat: Volcano-buried city, Beatles legacyIn 1995, the Soufriere Hills Volcano on Montserrat erupted, destroying the isla
Mysterious Montserrat: Volcano-buried city, Beatles legacy
USA Today / Posted 18 hours ago
In 1995, the Soufriere Hills Volcano on Montserrat erupted, destroying the island’s capital city of Plymouth and causing the capital to be declared an exclusion zone. Photos attest to the suddenness of the volcano’s eruption, which caused people to... Read more
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Dundas Star News
EU lawmakers tell UK: If you're leaving, get movingSilvestri, mortgage agent with Mortgage Architects in Burlington, Ontario, know
EU lawmakers tell UK: If you're leaving, get moving
Dundas Star News / Posted 18 hours ago
Silvestri, mortgage agent with Mortgage Architects in Burlington, Ontario, knows that buying a... Question: I have a small dog. My dog is good natured and has never bitten or injured anyone... By David Grossman Dr. David Robinson knows people... Read more
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New York Post
How Budapest’s historic Jewish Quarter became the city’s mecca of coolneighborhood filled with abandoned buildings. Then, a sprawling old factory wa
How Budapest’s historic Jewish Quarter became the city’s mecca of cool
New York Post / Posted 19 hours ago
neighborhood filled with abandoned buildings. Then, a sprawling old factory was converted into Szimpla Kert, a “ruin pub” with rooms sporting thrift-store furniture and a massive outdoor patio. The new pub helped transform the city’s Jewish... Read more
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AdWeek
How One Brave Idea Drove REI's Award-Winning #OptOutside Campaigncreative team at Venables Bell & Partners that worked on the campaign, to uncov
How One Brave Idea Drove REI's Award-Winning #OptOutside Campaign
AdWeek / Posted 19 hours ago
creative team at Venables Bell & Partners that worked on the campaign, to uncover the story behind how they developed #OptOutside and turned it into a phenomenon that might even inspire a future Macy's Day Parade float, according to FCB global CCO... Read more
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Scotsman
Best Twitter responses to England’s Euro 2016 exit to Icelanddefender Gary Cahill is comforted by a teammate after full time. Picture: AFP/G
Best Twitter responses to England’s Euro 2016 exit to Iceland
Scotsman / Posted 20 hours ago
defender Gary Cahill is comforted by a teammate after full time. Picture: AFP/Getty It’s not great being a Scottish football fan at this moment, and hasn’t been for some time. However, regardless of our national team’s own ineptitude, we can... Read more
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Quartz
India’s most popular beer startup almost ran out of beerBira: India's most popular beer startup almost ran out of beer — Quartz ALE TA
India’s most popular beer startup almost ran out of beer
Quartz / Posted 20 hours ago
Bira: India's most popular beer startup almost ran out of beer — Quartz ALE TALE “Sold-out” is mostly good news for businesses. It means consumers love your product, retailers like stocking... Read more
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Irish Examiner
‘Thank God someone heard my screams’ | Irish Examiner A Polish man who sexually assaulted a woman while on a nig
‘Thank God someone heard my screams’
Irish Examiner / Posted 21 hours ago
| Irish Examiner A Polish man who sexually assaulted a woman while on a night out in Cork has been given a three and a half year sentence. Jaroslaw Kupper, aged 39, got... Read more
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The New Statesman
No peace after progressand its dismantling has liberated millions from choiceless occupations. The leg
No peace after progress
The New Statesman / Posted 21 hours ago
and its dismantling has liberated millions from choiceless occupations. The legacy is one of spectacular improvement, unequally shared. Perhaps the most dramatic experience of the 20th century was the suddenness with which profligate plenty... Read more
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Londonist
Londonist Night: Battersea, Commuter Tales and Why You Are Wrong About LondonJoin Londonist for a night down the pub and some short talks celebrating our ci
Londonist Night: Battersea, Commuter Tales and Why You Are Wrong About London
Londonist / Posted 22 hours ago
Join Londonist for a night down the pub and some short talks celebrating our city. Peter Watts tells us of the ruined history of Battersea Power Station, Amy Dicketts not only talks to strangers on the tube but will share some of their secrets with... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Grieving for England? Here's five things that will definitely cheer you uplatest failure. But luckily for you, the Oxford Mail has five things which are
Grieving for England? Here's five things that will definitely cheer you up
Oxford Mail / Posted 22 hours ago
latest failure. But luckily for you, the Oxford Mail has five things which are sure to cheer you up: 1. An Englishman actually won something yesterday Ranked 772 in the world, qualifier Marcus Willis wasn't given much hope when he turned up for... Read more
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Football365
Mails on that sh*t, sh*t, sh*t show...it’s because we had a f*** of a lot of mails and we just wanted to get some up
Mails on that sh*t, sh*t, sh*t show...
Football365 / Posted 22 hours ago
it’s because we had a f*** of a lot of mails and we just wanted to get some up now. Try again later. E-mail theeditor@football365.com What’s important now… I think the most important thing for England fans now is for us to all abuse the players... Read more
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Hampshire Chronicle
England football fans across county fans stunned by defeat to Iceland in EurosFOOTBALL fans across Hampshire watched on in disbelief as England’s dreams of E
England football fans across county fans stunned by defeat to Iceland in Euros
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted 23 hours ago
FOOTBALL fans across Hampshire watched on in disbelief as England’s dreams of Euro 2016 glory were dashed in a shattering 2-1 defeat to Iceland. Three Lions supporters went through the full range of emotions - from the elation when Wayne Rooney put... Read more
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