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2015/07/07 09:51
2015/07/07 09:51
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Shame of our charities: Cold callers hound old and vulnerable to sign CHARITY payments STRONG arm tactics to extract cash from the weakest and most vulnerable members of society are being used by...
2015/07/07 09:51
2015/07/07 09:51
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2015/07/07 08:48
2015/07/07 08:48
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MINUTE'S SILENCE FOR 7/7 VICTIMS Britain will pause to remember the July 7 attacks amid a welter of warnings about the enduring and changing threat from terrorism a decade on. The country will fall...
2015/07/06 14:29
2015/07/06 14:29
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Oxford — Imagine that you have to flee your country and, for whatever reason, you cannot take your family with you. After a long and perilous journey, you finally reach a safe country and successfully...
2015/07/04 07:59
2015/07/04 07:59
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THE British Red Cross in Oxford played a “huge” role in providing support to victims of the attacks in Tunisia. Support volunteers from the charity are currently aiding the families of victims as...
2015/07/03 09:58
2015/07/03 09:58
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A FORMER first citizen of Clitheroe has praised the support of the British Red Cross in helping her husband who suffers from a life-threatening degenerative condition. Val Cooper, who stepped down as...
2015/07/01 07:23
2015/07/01 07:23
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The family of Elaine and Denis Thwaites the Lancashire couple killed in the Tunisia beach massacre have released a tribute. The couple, aged 70 and 69, had arrived in Sousse on Wednesday and were...
2015/06/30 10:45
2015/06/30 10:45
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Eyewitnesses have claimed the Tunisian beach massacre may have been carried out by more than one attacker as authorities continue to quiz seven suspected associates of the gunman. The claims come as...
2015/06/30 08:54
2015/06/30 08:54
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Asked whether he felt let down by the authorities, Conor told the BBC: “The only word that springs to mind that’s been ringing around this house is abandoned.” Ms Davey and Mr Chalkey, who was from...
2015/06/29 22:20
2015/06/29 22:20
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Britain will observe a national minute’s silence for the victims of the Tunisia beach massacre, Prime Minister David Cameron announced yesterday David Cameron announced there will be a nationwide...
2015/06/29 21:47
2015/06/29 21:47
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Described as an intensive care unit on wings and staffed with military medics, the plane landed in Tunisia earlier today to collect the wounded tourists. The plane is due to make the three-hour...
2015/06/29 20:10
2015/06/29 20:10
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Mr Harrison, 56, from Rosehill in Aberdeen, said it was not immediately clear what had happened. He said: "I heard what I thought was gunfire. I told the masseuse and she said 'it can't be', and...
2015/06/29 15:35
2015/06/29 15:35
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THE Scottish Ambulance Service is looking at ways in which it can continue a call-out service where trained volunteers are able to treat elderly victims of falls in Wick. Last September, the...
2015/06/27 21:17
2015/06/27 21:17
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The head of the Armed Forces’ NAAFIs has earned a tasty £2million in pay and bonuses for closing its canteens. Reg Curtis has seen his wage rise massively as he nears his objective of shutting...
2015/06/27 18:17
2015/06/27 18:17
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Upturned sun loungers, bloody paving and armed cops mark the spot where an IS gunman killed 38 innocent tourists - including at least 15 Brits. Within a matter of minutes, it was a scene of carnage,...
2015/06/26 17:34
2015/06/26 17:34
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Let us help you survive the festivals with these top apps. The sun is out and it's festival season, with Glastonbury getting underway this weekend at Worthy Farm, Somerset. Festivals are becoming...
2015/06/21 08:26
2015/06/21 08:26
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WHERE there’s a will there’s a way of making more than £5,000 for charity. Generous Pardoes staff have been making hundreds of free wills for Bridgwater people to raise £5,725 for charity. Will Aid...
2015/06/19 20:23
2015/06/19 20:23
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His quick actions saved the life of a 22-year-old from Birmingham, who is believed to have suffered an epileptic fit. At the time, Mr Brookfield, who has worked at Arthur Hill swimming pool in East...
2015/06/19 09:24
2015/06/19 09:24
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I’m standing outside a cottage in the Vienna woods. It’s where I used to live, and this is the first time I’ve been back since I left ten years ago. The roads are steep here, and as I walked up the...
2015/06/15 14:41
2015/06/15 14:41
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The Very Rev Bob WilkesCity Rector and vicar of St Michael at the Northgate, Oxford We talk sometimes about being disoriented. This can be just for a moment and not too upsetting, or it can be more...
2015/06/14 11:43
2015/06/14 11:43
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The former home of Lord Byron took a step back in time this weekend as people remembered its role in The Great War. Burgage House, in Southwell, was occupied by the writer and his mother in 1802, but...
2015/07/07 09:51
2015/07/07 09:51
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