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The European Central Bank is going to 'print' over a trillion euros to bolster the Eurozone The neo-Communists won so the raging quarrel with those who control the Eurozone (the Germans actually)...
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New GCSE league tables are failing schools Dozens could face closure after 330 secondaries in England – 11.2 per cent of the total – fell below the minimum standard, up from 154 the previous...
2015/01/30 00:18
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Eton and Harrow have plunged to the bottom of the class along with hundreds of state secondaries amid league table chaos blamed on meddling Tories. Disadvantaged pupils have been worst affected by...
2015/01/29 20:17
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As a schoolboy Steve Easterbrook spent his Saturdays watching his beloved Watford FC before heading to McDonalds for something to eat. But now after ‘lovin it’ there so much he has been appointed the...
2015/01/29 19:37
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A new analysis has calculated that migrant voters could have a decisive impact in marginal seats across England and Wales, many of which are held by the Tories by precarious majorities. The study...
2015/01/29 18:27
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A mother is backing a new helpline to help children with Type 1 diabetes make the most of their time at school. Cindy Ingram, who lives in Harrow with her 12-year-old son Joshua, has joined a...
2015/01/29 13:27
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A charity has revealed that it expects to receive more calls for help than ever before. Christians Against Poverty, with debt centres in Harrow, says that the post-Christmas rush to get finances...
2015/01/29 12:27
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Burglaries have fallen by more than half since the launch of a police operation. Operation Regulus, which was launched at the beginning of January, has seen police in Harrow using predictive crime...
2015/01/29 12:13
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But the actor recovered to make his mark on an all-singing, all-dancing revival of “subversive and provocative” Sixties play The Ruling Class. He learned to unicycle for the role of Jack, 14th Earl...
2015/01/29 10:19
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McDonald’s announced on Wednesday that Steve Easterbrook, its senior executive brand president and chief brand officer, is replacing Don Thompson as chief executive of the ailing fast food...
2015/01/29 06:27
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A unique soft play centre for young families and children with autism has officially opened to the public. Play centre Rumble Tumble, in Bruce House, Sovereign Place, Harrow, hosted families and...
2015/01/28 18:51
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As a child Churchill was mocked for his red hair and given the nickname "Copperknob" In celebration of this historical anniversary, Express.co.uk takes a chronological look back through his life in...
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Traders say small businesses may be forced to close if plans for a supermarket beneath a new block of flats go ahead. Plans for 15 new flats on the site of the former Tyre and Exhaust Centre off...
2015/01/28 16:58
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AFC Wimbledon have confirmed that goalkeeper James Shea has penned a 'long-term' contract extension with the club. The 23-year-old has played in every game for the League Two outfit so far this...
2015/01/28 16:29
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Jobs may be lost after a supermarket chain announced a branch closure. Tesco Express in Wealdstone High Street, Harrow, is among 43 of the firm's stores to close following an announcement in January...
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An MP called for a permanent monument to the Holocaust in Parliament today. Speaking during this morning’s Prime Minister’s Questions, Harrow East MP Bob Blackman noted that yesterday marked the 70th...
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New research has found that 38 per cent of Harrow households do not believe that the police have a visible presence. Data drawn from the Met’s recently launched confidence comparator found that less...
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The YouGov survey found nearly three in 10 Londoners said his remarks made them feel less favourable towards Labour. People aged 40 and over — who are significantly more likely to live in homes worth...
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Schoolchildren discussed dinosaurs, rainbows and concentration camps at a poetry session held to mark Holocaust Memorial Day. Around 30 pupils from St John's Church of England School, in Stanmore...
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Community members were praised for their volunteer work in a ceremony hosted by the Mayor of London, Boris Johnson. Volunteers from Brent and Harrow were presented with certificates at a ceremony...
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