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2014/08/15 17:37
2014/08/15 17:37
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Digital gambling machines are an increasingly lucrative revenue stream for the struggling pub industry, but fairer-gambling campaigners have warned that tens of thousands of gamblers are being...
2014/08/15 17:37
2014/08/15 17:37
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2014/08/13 06:49
2014/08/13 06:49
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Plans for a .cumbria domain are 'underwhelming', says leading hotelier Jonathan Denby A CUMBRIA internet domain name would be of little use to the county’s hospitality businesses, according to...
2014/08/12 15:38
2014/08/12 15:38
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... not feel sorry for me. I sat by the window sipping whisky, watching the seals scratch themselves and the buzzards hunt for lunch, while the solar panels charged my smart phone and netbook as they...
2014/08/12 15:02
2014/08/12 15:02
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The decision by the Department for Culture, Media and Sport was announced to the congregation on Sunday morning. The Church of the Most Precious Blood was designed in neo-Romanesque style by Buckfast...
2014/08/08 08:47
2014/08/08 08:47
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Highly-addictive gambling machines that allow bets of £100 every 20 seconds could spread to motorway services and amusement arcades. That is the warning from outraged campaigners about fixed odds...
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2014/08/07 08:48
2014/08/07 08:48
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The UK government is to review the trade in virtual currencies to investigate whether it should regulated. Chancellor George Osborne said the review would look into the potential of "alternative...
2014/08/05 08:24
2014/08/05 08:24
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Homes and iconic buildings the length and breadth of the country switched off the lights last night to commemorate 100 years to the day Britain declared war. The symbolic act, known nationally as...
2014/08/05 06:35
2014/08/05 06:35
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Ed Miliband was criticised on Monday for laying a wreath not signed in his own hand at commemorations for the centenary of the first world war – before it emerged David Cameron was the only senior...
2014/08/05 05:46
2014/08/05 05:46
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The Matisse exhibition at Tate Modern brings real meaning to the word 'vibrant'. We all have out pet hates among words, and usually it's just a prejudice brought on by one's age or culture....
2014/08/04 17:56
2014/08/04 17:56
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THEY CAME, they saw and they most definitely conquered at a Commonwealth Games to remember. Sporting stars from across Yorkshire are basking in the golden glow of yet another outstanding performance...
2014/08/04 12:34
2014/08/04 12:34
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How the Cabinet Office wants to transform Government ITby Joe Curtis| 04 August 2014CYOD, collaboration tools and Wi-Fi for all: CTO Tom Read’s plan. The Cabinet Office is set to overhaul IT for...
2014/08/03 15:49
2014/08/03 15:49
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Not such a dotty idea - call for Cumbria to have own domain name A Bradbury Pound from World War 1 FORGET dot com - how about keying in dot Cumbria as an internet domain name? He said a .cumbria...
2014/08/01 23:13
2014/08/01 23:13
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THERE will be a variety of events on Monday (August 4) to mark the centenary of the start of the First World War. ► TWO CHURCHES in Lickey and Blackwell will be open on Monday (August 4) for...
2014/07/30 19:42
2014/07/30 19:42
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It is not surprising that ministers are struggling to appoint a new BBC Trust chairman, two former leaders at the broadcaster said, because of political intervention and a lack of clarity about the...
2014/07/27 10:09
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...
2014/07/25 00:51
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...
2014/08/15 17:37
2014/08/15 17:37
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