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People Magazine
The Queen's Cornflakes! Peek Inside the Daily Life of Queen Elizabeth The woman who came to the throne as a mother of two at age 25 in 1952 keeps h
The Queen's Cornflakes! Peek Inside the Daily Life of Queen Elizabeth
People Magazine / Posted 2 minutes ago
The woman who came to the throne as a mother of two at age 25 in 1952 keeps her life just so in a routine that has remained amazingly unchanged through the 63 years that she has... Read more
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chroniclelive
Christine Hardman named as new Bishop of NewcastleThe Church of England has announced the latest woman bishop to be appointed, fo
Christine Hardman named as new Bishop of Newcastle
chroniclelive / Posted 5 hours ago
The Church of England has announced the latest woman bishop to be appointed, for the Diocese of Newcastle. The Venerable Christine Elizabeth Hardman, 64, has had her nomination to become Bishop of Newcastle approved by the Queen. Mrs Hardman, who... Read more
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Christian Today
Seventh woman bishop appointed in the Church of EnglandThe Venerable Christine Elizabeth Hardman will be the seventh woman bishop in t
Seventh woman bishop appointed in the Church of England
Christian Today / Posted 5 hours ago
The Venerable Christine Elizabeth Hardman will be the seventh woman bishop in the Church of England. Christine Hardman, 64, has today been announced as the next Bishop of Newcastle, making her the seventh woman to take up the position of bishop... Read more
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Shropshire Star
New meningitis jab hailed a step forward by Shropshire mother « Shropshire StarThe family of little Adam Cheshire know all to well the misery meningitis can b
New meningitis jab hailed a step forward by Shropshire mother « Shropshire Star
Shropshire Star / Posted 12 hours ago
The family of little Adam Cheshire know all to well the misery meningitis can bring. Adam was left fighting for his life just eight hours after his birth. He had become infected with group B Strep (GBS) form of the illness. Staff at Royal... Read more
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Shropshire Star
Bishop reveals he has Parkinson's Disease « Shropshire StarThe Right Rev Jonathan Gledhill, who is set to retire at the end of September,
Bishop reveals he has Parkinson's Disease « Shropshire Star
Shropshire Star / Posted 12 hours ago
The Right Rev Jonathan Gledhill, who is set to retire at the end of September, said that since being diagnosed with the condition, he has been trying to carry out his duties as normal. Bishop Jonathan's final formal engagement will take place at... Read more
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Nottingham Post
Final submissions made in gay priest tribunalThe final submissions in the tribunal of a gay clergyman are being made this we
Final submissions made in gay priest tribunal
Nottingham Post / Posted 14 hours ago
The final submissions in the tribunal of a gay clergyman are being made this week. Canon Jeremy Pemberton, who married his partner Laurence Cunnington in 2014 , was refused permission to officiate by the Richard Inwood, the former acting bishop for... Read more
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Croydon Guardian
'School treated us like guinea pigs,' claim students left in limbo by sixth form closureTeenagers left in limbo by the shock closure of their sixth form have accused t
'School treated us like guinea pigs,' claim students left in limbo by sixth form closure
Croydon Guardian / Posted 17 hours ago
Teenagers left in limbo by the shock closure of their sixth form have accused their school of treating them like "guinea pigs". A-level students at St Andrew's Church of England High School have been forced to find fresh places after learning their... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
David Cameron faces setbacks over EU referendumMr Cameron will backtrack on removing the so-called "purdah" period normally in
David Cameron faces setbacks over EU referendum
Daily Telegraph / Posted 22 hours ago
Mr Cameron will backtrack on removing the so-called "purdah" period normally in place for referendums, thereby ensuring neutrality. It came as the migrant crisis engulfing Europe deepened. In Hungary, the authorities were forced to close Budapest’s... Read more
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TheBull
Stocks to watch on WednesdayStocks to watch on the Australian stock exchange: A2M - A2 MILK - down one cen
Stocks to watch on Wednesday
TheBull / Posted 23 hours ago
Stocks to watch on the Australian stock exchange: A2M - A2 MILK - down one cent, or 1.57 per cent, at 62.5 cents FNP - FREEDOM FOODS - up three cents, or 1.01 per cent, at $3.00 A2 Milk Co says "no takeover offer is imminent" after US-based Dean... Read more
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Christian Today
British Protestants are pro euthanasia and Catholics are pro same-sex marriage, poll saysPope Francis has opposed same-sex marriage but when asked about gay people in 2
British Protestants are pro euthanasia and Catholics are pro same-sex marriage, poll says
Christian Today / Posted yesterday
Pope Francis has opposed same-sex marriage but when asked about gay people in 2013 he famously said, "who am I to judge?" The majoity of Catholics are pro same-sex marriage while the majority of Protestants are pro-euthanasia, a recent YouGov poll... Read more
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Christian Today
EU referendum could leave Britain 'dispirited and divided', Archbishop warnsJustin Welby has warned that the EU referendum could leave Britain "dispirited
EU referendum could leave Britain 'dispirited and divided', Archbishop warns
Christian Today / Posted yesterday
Justin Welby has warned that the EU referendum could leave Britain "dispirited and divided." Welby: "The only certainty is that there will be much heat, probably slightly less light, but it is a hugely important decision, with thoughtful and... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
New bonds to fund Church of England retirement homes“The PIC is a provider of long-term capital and has invested in a number of inf
New bonds to fund Church of England retirement homes
Daily Telegraph / Posted yesterday
“The PIC is a provider of long-term capital and has invested in a number of infrastructure and social housing programmes. We are therefore well placed to support the CEPB [Church of England Pension Board] as it re-shapes its subsidised housing... Read more
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Christian Today
Migrant crisis: What does the future hold for central Europe?Every summer as a child my parents would throw myself and my two brothers into
Migrant crisis: What does the future hold for central Europe?
Christian Today / Posted yesterday
Every summer as a child my parents would throw myself and my two brothers into the back of the car and drive across Europe to visit our family in Austria. The trek would take two or three days, crossing over the North Sea by ferry (later the English... Read more
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EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press
Chloe Smith: Why I’m supporting assisted dying 09:41 01 September 2015 Chloe Smith, Norwich North MP Conservative Norwich
Chloe Smith: Why I’m supporting assisted dying
EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press / Posted yesterday
09:41 01 September 2015 Chloe Smith, Norwich North MP Conservative Norwich North MP Chloe Smith. Photo: Steve Adams There’s an extremely serious vote coming up in Parliament: on Assisted Dying.... Read more
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Norwich Evening News 24
Chloe Smith: Why I’m supporting assisted dying Conservative Norwich North MP Chloe Smith. Photo: Steve Adams Chloe Smith, N
Chloe Smith: Why I’m supporting assisted dying
Norwich Evening News 24 / Posted yesterday
Conservative Norwich North MP Chloe Smith. Photo: Steve Adams Chloe Smith, Norwich North MP Tuesday, September 1, 2015 There’s an extremely serious vote coming up in Parliament: on Assisted Dying.... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Sandalwood grower TFS Corporation announces profit increase, plans more plantations in northern Australia One of Australia's largest forestry companies has annou
Sandalwood grower TFS Corporation announces profit increase, plans more plantations
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted yesterday
in northern Australia One of Australia's largest forestry companies has announced a full year after-tax profit of $113 million, courtesy of the falling... Read more
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TheBull
Stocks to watch on TuesdayStocks to watch on the Australian stock exchange on Tuesday, Sept 1: A2M - A2
Stocks to watch on Tuesday
TheBull / Posted yesterday
Stocks to watch on the Australian stock exchange on Tuesday, Sept 1: A2M - A2 MILK - down one cent, or 1.57 per cent, at 62.5 cents FNP - FREEDOM FOODS - up three cents, or 1.01 per cent, at $3.00 A2 Milk Co says "no takeover offer is imminent"... Read more
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The Monterey County Herald
Save the mural at the Monterey Convention CenterSave the mural at the conference center Like the other reader, Gary Page, I to
Save the mural at the Monterey Convention Center
The Monterey County Herald / Posted yesterday
Save the mural at the conference center Like the other reader, Gary Page, I too have been wondering what will happen to the ceramic mural being removed from the Monterey Convention Center (Aug. 25). The mural was designed by Guillermo Wagner... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Is your town one of the best to places to start a family?A tucked away market town in Cheshire’s “Nappy Valley” has been named as the be
Is your town one of the best to places to start a family?
Daily Mirror / Posted yesterday
A tucked away market town in Cheshire’s “Nappy Valley” has been named as the best place in Britain to start a family. The hometown of former Church of England envoy and hostage Terry Waite and Bargain Hunt’s perma-tanned David Dickinson is tops for... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Gay marriage, abortion, euthanasia: 3 charts that show what Catholics and Protestants really think about the moral issues dividing Christianity Catholics more liberal towards gay marriage than Protestants Catholics have
Gay marriage, abortion, euthanasia: 3 charts that show what Catholics and Protestants really think about the moral issues dividing Christianity
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 2 days ago
Catholics more liberal towards gay marriage than Protestants Catholics have a more liberal attitude... Read more
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Liverpool Echo
Secret Liverpool revealed for Heritage Open daysLiverpool is getting ready to mark Heritage Open Days, England’s biggest herita
Secret Liverpool revealed for Heritage Open days
Liverpool Echo / Posted 2 days ago
Liverpool is getting ready to mark Heritage Open Days, England’s biggest heritage festival. Every year on four days in September, the bunting is unfurled and buildings of every age, style and function throw open their doors. It is a once-a-year... Read more
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Independent
Who's more liberal - Protestants or Catholics?YouGov questioned 863 Catholics and 1,707 Protestants in Great Britain - who st
Who's more liberal - Protestants or Catholics?
Independent / Posted 2 days ago
YouGov questioned 863 Catholics and 1,707 Protestants in Great Britain - who strongly agreed with the statement "my faith is important to me" - on the three divisive issues. Here’s how they compared: Pope Francis, whose papacy began in 2013, is... Read more
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Independent
Post Office chief on the challenge of delivering letters in the digital agePaula Vennells, the Post Office’s chief executive, thinks it’s do-able. “If you
Post Office chief on the challenge of delivering letters in the digital age
Independent / Posted 3 days ago
Paula Vennells, the Post Office’s chief executive, thinks it’s do-able. “If you can sell something to somebody that they actually need, then it is a service,” says Vennells. “If you are trying to push it on them and they don’t need it, then it’s an... Read more
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ESPN Cricinfo
The travails of a middle-aged cricketerWhen the bad days outnumber the good, and the aches and pains hasten your decli
The travails of a middle-aged cricketer
ESPN Cricinfo / Posted 3 days ago
When the bad days outnumber the good, and the aches and pains hasten your decline, you wonder if each game might be your last Next destination: The Geriatrics Club I was called "middle-aged" this week. I am middle-aged, both temporally and... Read more
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Queensland Times
Times Past: Schools closed because of poor conditionsEARLY EDUCATION The Primary School at North Ipswich was opened on July 1, 1867
Times Past: Schools closed because of poor conditions
Queensland Times / Posted 4 days ago
EARLY EDUCATION The Primary School at North Ipswich was opened on July 1, 1867 by the General Inspector Mr MacDonnell. It stood on an allotment of land granted by the Government and the school was designed by Mr Hart of the Railway Department. The... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Terry Waite is on a mission to give hope to young victims of the Ebola crisisIt is what kept him alive through his 1,763 days of lonely hell. Terry co-foun
Terry Waite is on a mission to give hope to young victims of the Ebola crisis
Daily Mirror / Posted 4 days ago
It is what kept him alive through his 1,763 days of lonely hell. Terry co-founded the charity Y Care International in 1984 and the thought of it helping poverty-stricken people ­sustained him in his darkest hours. Hell: Terry is led away by... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Queen Elizabeth has revolutionised the British throne, over 63 yearsAbout to become the longest-reigning monarch of Britain, Queen Elizabeth II has
Queen Elizabeth has revolutionised the British throne, over 63 years
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 4 days ago
About to become the longest-reigning monarch of Britain, Queen Elizabeth II has gradually brought the institution into the 21st century. Almost seven decades ago, a confident young woman in a pearl necklace sat at a small round wooden table in the... Read more
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The Courier
Queen Elizabeth has revolutionised the British throne, over 63 yearsAbout to become the longest-reigning monarch of Britain, Queen Elizabeth II has
Queen Elizabeth has revolutionised the British throne, over 63 years
The Courier / Posted 4 days ago
About to become the longest-reigning monarch of Britain, Queen Elizabeth II has gradually brought the institution into the 21st century. Almost seven decades ago, a confident young woman in a pearl necklace sat at a small round wooden table in the... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Queen Elizabeth has revolutionised the British throne, over 63 yearsAbout to become the longest-reigning monarch of Britain, Queen Elizabeth II has
Queen Elizabeth has revolutionised the British throne, over 63 years
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 4 days ago
About to become the longest-reigning monarch of Britain, Queen Elizabeth II has gradually brought the institution into the 21st century. Almost seven decades ago, a confident young woman in a pearl necklace sat at a small round wooden table in the... Read more
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The Young Witness
Queen Elizabeth has revolutionised the British throne, over 63 yearsAbout to become the longest-reigning monarch of Britain, Queen Elizabeth II has
Queen Elizabeth has revolutionised the British throne, over 63 years
The Young Witness / Posted 4 days ago
About to become the longest-reigning monarch of Britain, Queen Elizabeth II has gradually brought the institution into the 21st century. Almost seven decades ago, a confident young woman in a pearl necklace sat at a small round wooden table in the... Read more
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Western Advocate
Queen Elizabeth has revolutionised the British throne, over 63 yearsAbout to become the longest-reigning monarch of Britain, Queen Elizabeth II has
Queen Elizabeth has revolutionised the British throne, over 63 years
Western Advocate / Posted 4 days ago
About to become the longest-reigning monarch of Britain, Queen Elizabeth II has gradually brought the institution into the 21st century. Almost seven decades ago, a confident young woman in a pearl necklace sat at a small round wooden table in the... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Queen Elizabeth has revolutionised the British throne, over 63 yearsAbout to become the longest-reigning monarch of Britain, Queen Elizabeth II has
Queen Elizabeth has revolutionised the British throne, over 63 years
Kiama Independent / Posted 4 days ago
About to become the longest-reigning monarch of Britain, Queen Elizabeth II has gradually brought the institution into the 21st century. Almost seven decades ago, a confident young woman in a pearl necklace sat at a small round wooden table in the... Read more
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Manning River Times
Queen Elizabeth has revolutionised the British throne, over 63 yearsAbout to become the longest-reigning monarch of Britain, Queen Elizabeth II has
Queen Elizabeth has revolutionised the British throne, over 63 years
Manning River Times / Posted 4 days ago
About to become the longest-reigning monarch of Britain, Queen Elizabeth II has gradually brought the institution into the 21st century. Almost seven decades ago, a confident young woman in a pearl necklace sat at a small round wooden table in the... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Queen Elizabeth has revolutionised the British throne, over 63 yearsAbout to become the longest-reigning monarch of Britain, Queen Elizabeth II has
Queen Elizabeth has revolutionised the British throne, over 63 years
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 4 days ago
About to become the longest-reigning monarch of Britain, Queen Elizabeth II has gradually brought the institution into the 21st century. Almost seven decades ago, a confident young woman in a pearl necklace sat at a small round wooden table in the... Read more
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The North West Star
Queen Elizabeth has revolutionised the British throne, over 63 yearsAbout to become the longest-reigning monarch of Britain, Queen Elizabeth II has
Queen Elizabeth has revolutionised the British throne, over 63 years
The North West Star / Posted 4 days ago
About to become the longest-reigning monarch of Britain, Queen Elizabeth II has gradually brought the institution into the 21st century. Almost seven decades ago, a confident young woman in a pearl necklace sat at a small round wooden table in the... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Queen Elizabeth has revolutionised the British throne, over 63 yearsAbout to become the longest-reigning monarch of Britain, Queen Elizabeth II has
Queen Elizabeth has revolutionised the British throne, over 63 years
Daily Liberal / Posted 4 days ago
About to become the longest-reigning monarch of Britain, Queen Elizabeth II has gradually brought the institution into the 21st century. Almost seven decades ago, a confident young woman in a pearl necklace sat at a small round wooden table in the... Read more
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Bolton News
Harwood actress on her Coronation Street cameo with Paddy McGuinnessA HARWOOD actress has made her TV debut in front of millions as she joins the c
Harwood actress on her Coronation Street cameo with Paddy McGuinness
Bolton News / Posted 4 days ago
A HARWOOD actress has made her TV debut in front of millions as she joins the cast of Coronation Street. Eve Gordon was one of the newest face in the Corrie line-up when she starred alongside Bolton comic Paddy McGuinness on the soap last week. The... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Change law on assisted dying urges Sir Keir Starmer Sir Keir Starmer said the law needs to be changed People must be helped to t
Change law on assisted dying urges Sir Keir Starmer
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 4 days ago
Sir Keir Starmer said the law needs to be changed People must be helped to take their own lives without being forced to travel to Switzerland, a former Crown Prosecution Service chief has urged as... Read more
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Express and Star
Change law on assisted dying urges Sir Keir Starmer « Express & StarSir Keir Starmer said it is time politicians protected compassionate loved ones
Change law on assisted dying urges Sir Keir Starmer « Express & Star
Express and Star / Posted 4 days ago
Sir Keir Starmer said it is time politicians protected compassionate loved ones from prosecution by legalising assisted dying. Last year at least 35 Britons went to the Dignitas clinic in Switzerland to end their lives, campaign group Dignity in... Read more
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Wandsworth Guardian
Change law on assisted dying urges Sir Keir StarmerPeople must be helped to take their own lives without being forced to travel to
Change law on assisted dying urges Sir Keir Starmer
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted 4 days ago
People must be helped to take their own lives without being forced to travel to Switzerland, a former Crown Prosecution Service chief has urged as politicians prepare to debate a possible change in the law. Sir Keir Starmer said it is time... Read more
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St Albans & Harpenden Review
Change law on assisted dying urges Sir Keir StarmerPeople must be helped to take their own lives without being forced to travel to
Change law on assisted dying urges Sir Keir Starmer
St Albans & Harpenden Review / Posted 4 days ago
People must be helped to take their own lives without being forced to travel to Switzerland, a former Crown Prosecution Service chief has urged as politicians prepare to debate a possible change in the law. Sir Keir Starmer said it is time... Read more
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Croydon Guardian
Change law on assisted dying urges Sir Keir StarmerPeople must be helped to take their own lives without being forced to travel to
Change law on assisted dying urges Sir Keir Starmer
Croydon Guardian / Posted 4 days ago
People must be helped to take their own lives without being forced to travel to Switzerland, a former Crown Prosecution Service chief has urged as politicians prepare to debate a possible change in the law. Sir Keir Starmer said it is time... Read more
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Hampshire Chronicle
Change law on assisted dying urges Sir Keir StarmerPeople must be helped to take their own lives without being forced to travel to
Change law on assisted dying urges Sir Keir Starmer
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted 4 days ago
People must be helped to take their own lives without being forced to travel to Switzerland, a former Crown Prosecution Service chief has urged as politicians prepare to debate a possible change in the law. Sir Keir Starmer said it is time... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
Change law on assisted dying urges Sir Keir StarmerPeople must be helped to take their own lives without being forced to travel to
Change law on assisted dying urges Sir Keir Starmer
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 4 days ago
People must be helped to take their own lives without being forced to travel to Switzerland, a former Crown Prosecution Service chief has urged as politicians prepare to debate a possible change in the law. Sir Keir Starmer said it is time... Read more
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Lancashire Telegraph
Change law on assisted dying urges Sir Keir StarmerPeople must be helped to take their own lives without being forced to travel to
Change law on assisted dying urges Sir Keir Starmer
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted 4 days ago
People must be helped to take their own lives without being forced to travel to Switzerland, a former Crown Prosecution Service chief has urged as politicians prepare to debate a possible change in the law. Sir Keir Starmer said it is time... Read more
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Northern Echo
Change law on assisted dying urges Sir Keir StarmerA fresh Commons bid to give terminally-ill patients the right to die will be co
Change law on assisted dying urges Sir Keir Starmer
Northern Echo / Posted 4 days ago
A fresh Commons bid to give terminally-ill patients the right to die will be considered when Parliament returns next month. Sir Keir, now a Labour MP, told The Times: "The law needs to be changed. "The important thing is to have safeguards. Crown... Read more
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Shropshire Star
Change law on assisted dying urges Sir Keir Starmer « Shropshire StarSir Keir Starmer said it is time politicians protected compassionate loved ones
Change law on assisted dying urges Sir Keir Starmer « Shropshire Star
Shropshire Star / Posted 4 days ago
Sir Keir Starmer said it is time politicians protected compassionate loved ones from prosecution by legalising assisted dying. Last year at least 35 Britons went to the Dignitas clinic in Switzerland to end their lives, campaign group Dignity in... Read more
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express
'Make assisted dying legal' – Labour MP calls for change to controversial lawSir Kier said that assisted dying should be legalised with safeguards Sir Keir
'Make assisted dying legal' – Labour MP calls for change to controversial law
express / Posted 4 days ago
Sir Kier said that assisted dying should be legalised with safeguards Sir Keir Starmer believes people must be helped to take their own lives without being forced to inconveniently travel to Switzerland in their final days. He said it is time... Read more
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West Moreland Gazette
Change law on assisted dying urges Sir Keir StarmerPeople must be helped to take their own lives without being forced to travel to
Change law on assisted dying urges Sir Keir Starmer
West Moreland Gazette / Posted 4 days ago
People must be helped to take their own lives without being forced to travel to Switzerland, a former Crown Prosecution Service chief has urged as politicians prepare to debate a possible change in the law. Sir Keir Starmer said it is time... Read more
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Kingston Guardian
Change law on assisted dying urges Sir Keir StarmerPeople must be helped to take their own lives without being forced to travel to
Change law on assisted dying urges Sir Keir Starmer
Kingston Guardian / Posted 4 days ago
People must be helped to take their own lives without being forced to travel to Switzerland, a former Crown Prosecution Service chief has urged as politicians prepare to debate a possible change in the law. Sir Keir Starmer said it is time... Read more
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