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Evening Standard
British Museum in court over £720,000 tax bill from Camden CouncilCamden Council, claiming it should get a reduced rate because it is a charity.
British Museum in court over £720,000 tax bill from Camden Council
Evening Standard / Posted 11 days ago
Camden Council, claiming it should get a reduced rate because it is a charity. The council has argued that two restaurants and a gift shop inside the museum should be treated as separate entities liable for the full business rate. Lawyers for the... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
'It would be shocking' if Russian athletes competed in Rio, says AA boss'shocking' Photo: Russia is days away from discovering if it will be permitted
'It would be shocking' if Russian athletes competed in Rio, says AA boss
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 11 days ago
'shocking' Photo: Russia is days away from discovering if it will be permitted to compete in the Rio 2016 Olympics. (Wikimedia commons: Department for Culture, Media and Sport) Athletics Australia chief executive Phil Jones says it would be... Read more
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Christian Today
Most children exposed to porn by early teens, study revealsmaterial online, 94 per cent of whom had seen it by the age of 11. The research
Most children exposed to porn by early teens, study reveals
Christian Today / Posted 12 days ago
material online, 94 per cent of whom had seen it by the age of 11. The research highlighted that it was more likely for teens to find the material accidentally (28 per cent) than seek it out deliberately (19 per cent). More children stumble... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Children exposed to porn 'in danger of being stripped of their childhoods'(28%) had first been confronted with the explicit content when they were only 1
Children exposed to porn 'in danger of being stripped of their childhoods'
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 13 days ago
(28%) had first been confronted with the explicit content when they were only 11 or 12. Smartphones were a common way for children to access X-rated sites as 33% of those surveyed first saw pornography on a handheld device. The survey,... Read more
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Daily Mail
Men who watch soft-core porn have a negative view of womenhabit drives the attitude or vice versa Researchers say more research is neede
Men who watch soft-core porn have a negative view of women
Daily Mail / Posted 13 days ago
habit drives the attitude or vice versa Researchers say more research is needed to study the effects of exposure Reaching for the top shelf too often could lead you to looking down on women. Psychologists have found that too much soft-core... Read more
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Farming Life
Rural Support seek answers
on provision of broadbandThe chief executive of a rural charity says families and businesses are being d
Rural Support seek answers
on provision of broadband
Farming Life / Posted 16 days ago
The chief executive of a rural charity says families and businesses are being disadvantaged by poor broadband services. Rural Support are disappointed by the Government’s announcement that many rural dwellers will not have broadband made... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Queen's birthday honours 2016: The full listThey come from the worlds of celebrity, sport, culture, science, politics, char
Queen's birthday honours 2016: The full list
Daily Mirror / Posted 17 days ago
They come from the worlds of celebrity, sport, culture, science, politics, charity and many more. Rod Stewart becoming a Sir is one of the big announcements - but there were no knighthoods for the surviving members of England's World Cup-winning... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Google's dangerously close relationship with Britain's decision-making politicians needs to be challengedincluding Google’s executive chairman, Eric Schmidt, appointed by David Cameron
Google's dangerously close relationship with Britain's decision-making politicians needs to be challenged
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 19 days ago
including Google’s executive chairman, Eric Schmidt, appointed by David Cameron to his business advisory council By Andreas Whittam Smith Between January 2014 and March 2015, for instance, there were 24 meetings between Google and... Read more
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Weston Mercury
Millions of pounds lost to gamblingand 204 the year after. By 2013-2014, 222 licences were issued and in 2014-2015
Millions of pounds lost to gambling
Weston Mercury / Posted 28 days ago
and 204 the year after. By 2013-2014, 222 licences were issued and in 2014-2015 the council handed out 238 licences. The Department for Culture Media and Sport said it introduced stronger gambling controls last April, ending unsupervised stakes... Read more

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