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Nottingham Post
Athens, Florence... Nottingham? Could we be culture capital?First it was Glasgow, then it was Liverpool. Could Nottingham be the third Brit
Athens, Florence... Nottingham? Could we be culture capital?
Nottingham Post / Posted 3 days ago
First it was Glasgow, then it was Liverpool. Could Nottingham be the third British city to hold the prestigious title European Capital of Culture? At this stage we don't even know if an application is likely. The possibility will be the subject of... Read more
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Law Society Gazette
CFA ‘terminated’ before assignment, court rulesA retainer including a pre-Jackson conditional fee agreement that was transferr
CFA ‘terminated’ before assignment, court rules
Law Society Gazette / Posted 5 days ago
A retainer including a pre-Jackson conditional fee agreement that was transferred between firms was terminated when the original firm told its client it was no longer conducting personal injury work, according to a county court judgment today. The... Read more
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EveningTimes Online
Zika virus risk to British public 'extremely low'Ministers have insisted the risk posed by the explosive spread of the mosquito-
Zika virus risk to British public 'extremely low'
EveningTimes Online / Posted 7 days ago
Ministers have insisted the risk posed by the explosive spread of the mosquito-borne Zika virus to the British public remains "extremely low". The World Health Organisation has declared an international emergency over the virus, which is linked to... Read more
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heraldscotland
Ministers insist Zika virus risk to British public is 'extremely low'Responding to an urgent question in the House of Commons, International Develop
Ministers insist Zika virus risk to British public is 'extremely low'
heraldscotland / Posted 7 days ago
Responding to an urgent question in the House of Commons, International Development Minister Nick Hurd stressed that while the risk to the UK posed by Zika is small, the Government is going to review its approach. He said: "The first thing to say is... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Freetown Linked With Hull CityLeader of a 16-man delegation from the Hull City Council in the United Kingdom,
Freetown Linked With Hull City
AllAfrica.com / Posted 8 days ago
Leader of a 16-man delegation from the Hull City Council in the United Kingdom, Councilor Daren Hale, has disclosed that Freetown has been linked with Hull. Councilor Hale was speaking to newsmen at the weekly presser hosted by Ministry of... Read more
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Wakefield Today
Only five councils in Yorkshire meeting EU recycling targetsOnly five councils in Yorkshire and the Humber are meeting or excedding EU recy
Only five councils in Yorkshire meeting EU recycling targets
Wakefield Today / Posted 15 days ago
Only five councils in Yorkshire and the Humber are meeting or excedding EU recycling target for the UK of 50 per cent of household waste. To raise recycling levels and make sector safer more staff, more investment in vehicles and equipment and safer... Read more
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Spalding Today
COURT REGISTERThe following decisions have been made by magistrates at court hearings. In all
COURT REGISTER
Spalding Today / Posted 18 days ago
The following decisions have been made by magistrates at court hearings. In all drink-drive cases the legal limit is 35 microgrammes of alcohol in 100 millilitres of breath, 80 milligrammes of alcohol in 100 millilitres of blood or 107 milligrammes... Read more
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Northern Echo
250,000 schoolchildren not getting decent education new figures showSchools Minister Nick Gibb said that the results, based on last summer's GCSE g
250,000 schoolchildren not getting decent education new figures show
Northern Echo / Posted 19 days ago
Schools Minister Nick Gibb said that the results, based on last summer's GCSE grades, show how far the nation has come in raising standards, but added that the Government will tackle the "pockets of persistent under-performance". Overall, 329 state... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Best and worst areas for 4G coverage revealed: is your town on the list?In the whole of the UK Derby has the best 4G signal coverage, according to figu
Best and worst areas for 4G coverage revealed: is your town on the list?
Daily Mirror / Posted 21 days ago
In the whole of the UK Derby has the best 4G signal coverage, according to figures released by Ofcom. The figures are included in the regulator's Connected Nations 2015 report which investigates the spread and quality of different types of... Read more
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Law Society Gazette
Shadow AG replaced by barristerFormer employment solicitor Catherine McKinnell has resigned as shadow attorney
Shadow AG replaced by barrister
Law Society Gazette / Posted 22 days ago
Former employment solicitor Catherine McKinnell has resigned as shadow attorney general. McKinnell cited concerns about the ‘direction and internal conflict’ within the Labour party. She is replaced by barrister Karl Turner (pictured), MP for... Read more
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express
Bowie in Heddon Street ’72In Heddon Street in January The London drizzle falls the same as softly as it
Bowie in Heddon Street ’72
express / Posted 24 days ago
In Heddon Street in January The London drizzle falls the same as softly as it did the night, the camera caught in failing light the famous phonebox, currant red with Ziggy Stardust in the frame A tinted showbiz biscuit tin which drew the... Read more
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Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news
Hernandez treble fires Hull's promotion pushLONDON - Hull boosted their push for promotion to the Premier League as Abel He
Hernandez treble fires Hull's promotion push
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news / Posted 24 days ago
LONDON - Hull boosted their push for promotion to the Premier League as Abel Hernandez hit a hat-trick in Saturday's 6-0 demolition of Championship strugglers Charlton. A young Hull fan holds up a banner in the crowd before a football match at the... Read more
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Express and Star
Birmingham terror suspect denied bail ahead of extradition hearing « Express & StarAwat Hamasalih, who lives in Birmingham, is said to be a key cog in Rawti Shax
Birmingham terror suspect denied bail ahead of extradition hearing « Express & Star
Express and Star / Posted a month ago
Awat Hamasalih, who lives in Birmingham, is said to be a key cog in Rawti Shax – a ‘trans-national, radical and fundamentalist group’ whose aim is to carry out violent acts in the West. He is wanted in Italy so he can stand trial. The 38-year-old,... Read more

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