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2015/04/21 13:16
2015/04/21 13:16
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West Ham are confident that the deal to move into the Olympic Stadium does not contravene domestic or European legislation and "categorically" stated that it does not constitute state aid. The...
2015/04/21 13:16
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2015/04/19 07:51
2015/04/19 07:51
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The Department for Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) has thrown out an appeal against a decision by English Heritage not to give the Gate House, in Oswestry, listed building status. Oswestry Town...
2015/04/16 06:36
2015/04/16 06:36
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Ukip’s 76-page manifesto, called Believe in Britain, has been unveiled Nigel Farage in the Essex constituency of Thurrock. The key points are: • UK to leave the European Union. An Australian-style...
2015/04/16 05:26
2015/04/16 05:26
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Liverpool has launched a bid to win a bigger slice of funding for its lucrative events, exhibitions and conferences sector. The Liverpool City Region Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) has submitted...
2015/04/12 16:37
2015/04/12 16:37
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In an open letter to the child protection organisation’s chief executive Peter Wanless, a group of doctors, academics, journalists and campaigners criticised the NSPCC for “suggesting that pornography...
2015/04/10 21:50
2015/04/10 21:50
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Still time for county avoid massive legal bill County councillor Phil Dilks (left) pictured outside Big Ben when Save Deepings Library campaigners took their cause to London. More cross-party talks...
2015/04/10 10:09
2015/04/10 10:09
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Ms Lord said: "It is heart breaking. There was no warning. I thought they were just going to dig the back garden." Westminster City Council sent a planning enforcement team to find the pub was being...
2015/04/08 14:13
2015/04/08 14:13
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St Mary’s boosted by £100,000 cash grant St. Mary's Church, Banbury. Revd. Jeff West and wall decoration water damage. NNL-150902-170214009 Banbury’s historic St Mary’s Church is to receive £100,000...
2015/04/07 06:41
2015/04/07 06:41
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A NEW Oxfordshire community TV channel will soon be broadcasting programmes throughout the day, according to its boss. But fans of Dame Esther Rantzen could be left disappointed as she revealed she...
2015/04/04 16:05
2015/04/04 16:05
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Grave of First World War heroine Edith Cavell to be restored Edith Cavell. Saturday, April 4, 2015 The grave of Norfolk nurse and First World War heroine Edith Cavell is set to be restored. To...
2015/04/04 10:36
2015/04/04 10:36
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Behind the scenes of the project to preserve Norwich Cathedral for future generationsRestoration work at Norwich Cathedral. Photo : Steve Adams For more than 900 years Norwich Cathedral has been a...
2015/03/30 11:54
2015/03/30 11:54
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Last updated at 12:27, Monday, 30 March 2015 Urgent repairs are to be carried out at five churches which will benefit from an investment of almost £200,000. They are among nearly 400 Church of...
2015/03/27 17:12
2015/03/27 17:12
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Banbury church to receive grant funding to repair roof St Mary's Church in Banbury is set to get a �100,000 grant to repair its roof. ENGNNL00120130327162051 Banbury’s historic St Mary’s Church is to...
2015/03/27 16:53
2015/03/27 16:53
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TWO medieval churches can look forward to long and dry futures after receiving grants in excess of £78,000 for urgent roof repairs. St Mary Magdalene Church in Trimdon Village and St Mary’s Church in...
2015/03/27 15:08
2015/03/27 15:08
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A Tate spokeswoman told The Art Newspaper: “New information has come to light on the history of the painting Beaching a Boat, Brighton, 1924, by John Constable in Tate’s collection. This was reviewed...
2015/03/26 20:25
2015/03/26 20:25
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Manchester now has the biggest on-street wifi network in the UK – and all tram passengers can now surf the web for free. In Manchester, there are 92 public buildings with free wifi, while there will...
2015/03/26 13:28
2015/03/26 13:28
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The government is at pains to stress data collected by connected and autonomous cars of the near future will not be used to keep track of drivers, or be used to prosecute speeders. Ed Vaizey,...
2015/04/21 13:16
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