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2014/07/27 10:09
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In her six years at the helm, this 5ft dynamo has won praise for her championing of Britain’s diverse heritage – although it has been too diverse for some. Last year, the HLF was branded “absolutely...
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2014/07/25 00:51
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Among the factors putting girls and women off playing sports are boring PE lessons at school, "gratuitous derogatory remarks" about female athletes by TV commentators and sexist comments or lack or...
2014/07/24 23:37
2014/07/24 23:37
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Schools should be more imaginative in the options given to girls, providing them with the chance to do dance, or even rugby, instead of netball and hockey, recommends the Select Committee on Culture...
2014/07/24 16:48
2014/07/24 16:48
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The Ministry of Fun says that it isn't putting the anti-piracy legislation in the Digital Economy Act into use – citing the creative industry's newer, kindler and gentler VCap programme – but the DEA...
2014/07/24 11:13
2014/07/24 11:13
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Shock official figures today revealed that for each pound paid to men per hour last year, women receive 86.8p — down from 89.1p a year ago. The trend is possibly being fuelled by bigger bonuses going...
2014/07/23 23:51
2014/07/23 23:51
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Published at 15:42, Wednesday, 17 June 2009 A FORMER Whitehaven Grammar School head boy has been awarded the OBE in the Queen’s Birthday Honours. HARRY REEVES, whose mother lives in Whitehaven, is...
2014/07/17 15:02
2014/07/17 15:02
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IWM London reopens to the public on Saturday morning having been closed since January. The museum was also shut for the first half of 2013. On arrival the prince was greeted by the Lord Lieutenant of...
2014/07/16 20:20
2014/07/16 20:20
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Culture Secretary Sajid Javid has hinted that a future Conservative-led UK Government may be prepared to devolve its share of S4C funding to Wales. Mr Javid told us during a visit to the Welsh...
2014/07/14 11:48
2014/07/14 11:48
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Small businesses in Britain are missing out on the government's £1.2bn taxpayer-funded broadband deployment project, a lobby group warned today. The Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) complained in...
2014/07/13 00:10
2014/07/13 00:10
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BROKEN PROMISES: Campaigners are demanding that charitable donations be returned from the Government [GETTY] The cash was borrowed from the Big Lottery Fund which ­distributes money for good...
2014/07/12 11:41
2014/07/12 11:41
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West Ham and Tottenham's 2012 stadium plans criticised The decision on who will take over the stadium will be made by 28 January West Ham's plan to inherit the London 2012 Olympic stadium after the...
2014/07/10 20:37
2014/07/10 20:37
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Britain’s most powerful civil servant, Sir Jeremy Heywood, is helping to choose the next chairman and his wife was handed a £600,000 contract by the BBC Director-General, Lord Hall, to carry out a...
2014/07/10 10:03
2014/07/10 10:03
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Southwark Cathedral is one of 22 successful applicants receiving a share of �4.7 million made available as part of the First World War Centenary Cathedral Repairs Fund, a partnership fund between the...
2014/07/09 06:37
2014/07/09 06:37
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Vince Cable has appointed Ian Livingstone as the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills’ creative industries champion. The importance of the news is twofold. One, it shows that despite the...
2014/07/08 16:13
2014/07/08 16:13
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Last updated at 16:23, Tuesday, 08 July 2014 MANY of the area’s junior sporting stars showcased their talent at the Cumbria School Games festival. A total of 650 school children representing the...
2014/07/08 12:42
2014/07/08 12:42
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A cross-party group of MPs and peers has called for there to be a good library in every school in the UK in a new report which says that libraries make "a huge contribution to young people's...
2014/07/07 23:52
2014/07/07 23:52
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London town hall chief flies EU flag in ‘snub to electors’ TOWN hall chiefs have provoked outrage by flying the EU’s colours at the expense of the Union flag, it emerged yesterday. The European...
2014/07/07 05:08
2014/07/07 05:08
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Suffolk: More properties to get faster broadbandBill Murphy, BT managing director next generation access and Waveney MP Peter Aldous. Front: Councillor Mark Bee, Suffolk County Council's leader and...
2014/07/04 10:43
2014/07/04 10:43
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THE UK GOVERNMENT has responded to a department for culture, media and sport (DCMS) committee report from earlier this year that proposed a much less regulated internet environment. The DCMS...
2014/06/30 20:42
2014/06/30 20:42
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David Cameron threw a star-studded celebrity party on Tuesday in an echo of Tony Blair's 1997 celebrated "Cool Britannia" bash. But while the New Labour party produced a famous image of Blair in deep...
2014/07/27 10:09
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