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Independent
Why China's market crash is not what it seemsDonald Trump, the US presidential hopeful, responded to the market chaos in the
Why China's market crash is not what it seems
Independent / Posted yesterday
Donald Trump, the US presidential hopeful, responded to the market chaos in the Far East by arguing that America should now “decouple” from China. This is a quite ridiculous notion. China is woven into the fabric of the global economy, its workers... Read more
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Reuters UK Edition
Cancer sniffing dogs to aid British doctors Wednesday, August 26, 2015 - 02:22 Dogs that can sniff out prostate cancer f
Cancer sniffing dogs to aid British doctors
Reuters UK Edition / Posted yesterday
Wednesday, August 26, 2015 - 02:22 Dogs that can sniff out prostate cancer from urine samples have been approved for trial by Britain's National Health Service. Matthew Stock reports. For 11-year-old... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Time NZ started spurning capitalist catastrophesWilliam B. Sutch, in 1963, then head of the Department of Industries and Commer
Time NZ started spurning capitalist catastrophes
Otago Daily Times / Posted 2 days ago
William B. Sutch, in 1963, then head of the Department of Industries and Commerce. Photo by NZ Herald. But our capacity to absorb these entirely man made calamities appears to be no less impressive than our ability to cope with the genuine disasters... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
NHS privatisation: How the health service is being dismantled in 10 easy steps You might feel like nothing has changed in the national health service - but
NHS privatisation: How the health service is being dismantled in 10 easy steps
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 2 days ago
You might feel like nothing has changed in the national health service - but actually, the government has legally abolished it and are working to make that abolition a... Read more
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Zawya
Cancer sniffing dogs to aid British doctorsTranscript For 11-year-old labrador Daisy, a day's work is one big game. But
Cancer sniffing dogs to aid British doctors
Zawya / Posted 2 days ago
Transcript For 11-year-old labrador Daisy, a day's work is one big game. But that game could saves lives by helping to spot the early signs of prostate cancer. Daisy is one of a batch of dogs approved for... Read more
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The Manteca Bulletin
Risks, benefits of hpv vaccine for boysDEAR DR. ROACH: What are your thoughts on the pros and cons of HPV vaccine for
Risks, benefits of hpv vaccine for boys
The Manteca Bulletin / Posted 2 days ago
DEAR DR. ROACH: What are your thoughts on the pros and cons of HPV vaccine for boys? -- L.P.B. ANSWER: There are risks and benefits to the individual, but also benefits to society. The HPV vaccine should really be considered an anticancer vaccine,... Read more
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Eye Witness News
Cancer sniffing dogs to aid British doctors Dogs that can sniff out prostate cancer from urine samples have been approved
Cancer sniffing dogs to aid British doctors
Eye Witness News / Posted 3 days ago
Dogs that can sniff out prostate cancer from urine samples have been approved for trial by Britain's NHS. Dogs that can sniff out prostate cancer from urine samples have been approved for trial by... Read more
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Reuters UK Edition
Cancer sniffing dogs to aid British doctorsThey're known as man's best friend; but dogs could soon also be their greatest
Cancer sniffing dogs to aid British doctors
Reuters UK Edition / Posted 3 days ago
They're known as man's best friend; but dogs could soon also be their greatest ally in the fight against prostate cancer. Britain's National Health Service recently approved a trial for dogs capable of sniffing out prostate cancer in the hope that it... Read more
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Reuters UK Edition
Cancer sniffing dogs to aid British doctors Dogs that can sniff out prostate cancer from urine samples have been approved
Cancer sniffing dogs to aid British doctors
Reuters UK Edition / Posted 3 days ago
Dogs that can sniff out prostate cancer from urine samples have been approved for trial by Britain's National Health Service. Matthew Stock reports. For 11-year-old labrador Daisy, a day's work is one big... Read more
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FOX News
Cancer-sniffing dogs to aid British doctorsThey're known as man's best friend; but dogs could soon also be their greatest
Cancer-sniffing dogs to aid British doctors
FOX News / Posted 3 days ago
They're known as man's best friend; but dogs could soon also be their greatest ally in the fight against prostate cancer. Britain's National Health Service recently approved a trial for dogs capable of sniffing out prostate cancer in the hope that it... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Cancer sniffing dogs to aid British doctorsThey're known as man's best friend; but dogs could soon also be their greatest
Cancer sniffing dogs to aid British doctors
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 3 days ago
They're known as man's best friend; but dogs could soon also be their greatest ally in the fight against prostate cancer. Britain's National Health Service recently approved a trial for dogs capable of sniffing out prostate cancer in the hope that it... Read more
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The New Statesman
Andy Burnham: I can still win - and I won't run for the leadership againAndy Burnham is running a race that most believe is over. Like his rivals, Yvet
Andy Burnham: I can still win - and I won't run for the leadership again
The New Statesman / Posted 3 days ago
Andy Burnham is running a race that most believe is over. Like his rivals, Yvette Cooper and Liz Kendall, the shadow health secretary is portrayed as having been crushed by the Corbyn juggernaut. The only question that remains is whether he stumbles... Read more
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The Register
NHS site defaced with screed protesting Syrian conflictA UK National Health Service (NHS) site on which the organisation posts patient
NHS site defaced with screed protesting Syrian conflict
The Register / Posted 3 days ago
A UK National Health Service (NHS) site on which the organisation posts patients' stories describing their experience with illness has been defaced by an entity calling itself “Moroccanwolf” who claims the attack is an act of protest regarding... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Are celebs like Kylie Jenner fuelling teen plastic surgery boom?It's only August, but we can already tell you what little Madeleine and Chloe w
Are celebs like Kylie Jenner fuelling teen plastic surgery boom?
Calgary Sun / Posted 4 days ago
It's only August, but we can already tell you what little Madeleine and Chloe want for Christmas: breast implants and nose jobs. Thanks to social media and celebrities — an apparently toxic combination, who knew? — perfection is the new normal for... Read more
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Guardian Unlimited
Jeremy Corbyn: like Bernie Sanders, UK politician is shaking up the mainstreamFew American voters may yet have heard of Jeremy Corbyn, the previously obscure
Jeremy Corbyn: like Bernie Sanders, UK politician is shaking up the mainstream
Guardian Unlimited / Posted 4 days ago
Few American voters may yet have heard of Jeremy Corbyn, the previously obscure British parliamentarian who is set to become leader of the official Labour opposition to David Cameron’s government. But, if they have been following the US presidential... Read more
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Guardian Unlimited
Digital surveillance 'worse than Orwell', says new UN privacy chiefThe first UN privacy chief has said the world needs a Geneva convention style l
Digital surveillance 'worse than Orwell', says new UN privacy chief
Guardian Unlimited / Posted 4 days ago
The first UN privacy chief has said the world needs a Geneva convention style law for the internet to safeguard data and combat the threat of massive clandestine digital surveillance. Speaking to the Guardian weeks after his appointment as the UN... Read more
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Quartz
Software has changed the world, but here’s why it hasn’t improved healthcare - Quartz QZ&A The computer age promised great transformations but so far it’
Software has changed the world, but here’s why it hasn’t improved healthcare
Quartz / Posted 5 days ago
- Quartz QZ&A The computer age promised great transformations but so far it’s done little to... Read more
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Op-Ed News
The Corbyn Effect: Democratic Socialism Is Returning to Britain's Labour PartyWho amongst the contenders for the leadership of the Labour Party would have ha
The Corbyn Effect: Democratic Socialism Is Returning to Britain's Labour Party
Op-Ed News / Posted 6 days ago
Who amongst the contenders for the leadership of the Labour Party would have had the vision and the courage of Aneurin Bevan to establish the British National Health Service? The answer, surely, would be only Jeremy Corbyn. In his ten point plan... Read more
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asianage
Diabetes crisis in Britain can bankrupt National Health ServiceExperts have stated that diabetes crisis in Britain can cripple the National He
Diabetes crisis in Britain can bankrupt National Health Service
asianage / Posted 7 days ago
Experts have stated that diabetes crisis in Britain can cripple the National Health Service (NHS) as there is a huge increase in the number of sufferers. There is an increase of 60 per cent of diabetics compared to the last decade and almost four... Read more
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West Cumberland Times & Star
Swapping the air for the roadA team of former air ambulance fund-raisers have reunited to support a new caus
Swapping the air for the road
West Cumberland Times & Star / Posted 7 days ago
A team of former air ambulance fund-raisers have reunited to support a new cause. Blood bike volunteers at Maryport. Pic Tom Kay Wednesday 12th August 2015 50079429T000.JPG The group, who used to raise cash for the Great North Air Ambulance... Read more
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New Kerala
Diabetes crisis in Britain can bankrupt NHS Experts have stated that diabetes crisis in Britain can cripple the National
Diabetes crisis in Britain can bankrupt NHS
New Kerala / Posted 7 days ago
Experts have stated that diabetes crisis in Britain can cripple the National Health Service (NHS) as there is a huge increase in the number of sufferers. There is an increase of 60 percent of diabetics... Read more
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TheStreet.com
European Stock Markets Tumble After New Selloff in Asia European markets fell on Friday, following another selloff in Asia, as invest
European Stock Markets Tumble After New Selloff in Asia
TheStreet.com / Posted 8 days ago
European markets fell on Friday, following another selloff in Asia, as investors remained largely unmoved by relatively upbeat data on the euro-zone manufacturing and services sectors. After... Read more
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express
Do YOU know how much surgery on the NHS costs? You might be surprised... DO you know how much procedures on the NHS really cost? New research suggests
Do YOU know how much surgery on the NHS costs? You might be surprised...
express / Posted 8 days ago
DO you know how much procedures on the NHS really cost? New research suggests the British public is grossly ignorant about the real price of medical care. A new report shows... Read more
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Aljazeera
Ghouta chemical attack: Two years onwardSome estimates suggest that up to 1,000kg of the deadly nerve agent sarin had b
Ghouta chemical attack: Two years onward
Aljazeera / Posted 8 days ago
Some estimates suggest that up to 1,000kg of the deadly nerve agent sarin had been dropped on the rebel held suburbs of Ghouta, near the Damascus heartland of Assad, killing upwards of 1,000 mainly women and children. The world was outraged, but not... Read more
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Market Watch
Spire Healthcare swings to profit; revises FY viewLONDON--Spire Healthcare Group PLC (SPI.LN) Friday swung to a first half pretax
Spire Healthcare swings to profit; revises FY view
Market Watch / Posted 8 days ago
LONDON--Spire Healthcare Group PLC (SPI.LN) Friday swung to a first half pretax profit, declared a maiden interim dividend, and said that it expects full year earnings to be impacted by the reduced flow of cases from the U.K.'s national health... Read more
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Mashable
Thousands of Polish migrants in the UK are donating #polishbloodWhat's This?More than a 1,000 litres of blood could be donated in the campaign.
Thousands of Polish migrants in the UK are donating #polishblood
Mashable / Posted 9 days ago
What's This?More than a 1,000 litres of blood could be donated in the campaign. LONDON — What began as a discussion among readers of a Polish newspaper in Britain has transformed into a social media campaign with Polish migrants living in the UK... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Government staff details on hacked cheating websiteSome of the individuals included in the leaked files claimed they had been vict
Government staff details on hacked cheating website
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 9 days ago
Some of the individuals included in the leaked files claimed they had been victims of identity fraud. One Melbourne man said his information had been stolen months ago. Photo / Supplied The personal information of hundreds of Australian Government... Read more
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International Business Times
Ashley Madison hack celebrities named: Which well-known figures were signed up to the adultery website? Subscribers of adulterous dating website Ashley Madison were left hot under the
Ashley Madison hack celebrities named: Which well-known figures were signed up to the adultery website?
International Business Times / Posted 9 days ago
Subscribers of adulterous dating website Ashley Madison were left hot under the collar after hackers leaked the details 32 million suspected cheating partners. The usernames, addresses, phone numbers, passwords, and email addresses were dumped on the... Read more
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iafrica.com
Doctors should prescribe e-cigarettesE-cigarettes should be prescribed to smokers to help them quit the habit, Briti
Doctors should prescribe e-cigarettes
iafrica.com / Posted 9 days ago
E-cigarettes should be prescribed to smokers to help them quit the habit, British public health experts recommended in a study on Wednesday. The study commissioned by health authority Public Health England (PHE) found that so-called "vaping"... Read more
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The Star
Britain's Public Health: Doctors should prescribe e-cigarettes to smokersLONDON: E-cigarettes should be prescribed to smokers to help them quit the habi
Britain's Public Health: Doctors should prescribe e-cigarettes to smokers
The Star / Posted 10 days ago
LONDON: E-cigarettes should be prescribed to smokers to help them quit the habit, British public health experts recommended in a study on Wednesday. The study commissioned by health authority Public Health England (PHE) found that so-called "vaping"... Read more
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The Borneo Post
Doctors should prescribe e-cigarettes to smokers — UKLONDON: E-cigarettes should be prescribed to smokers to help them quit the habi
Doctors should prescribe e-cigarettes to smokers — UK
The Borneo Post / Posted 10 days ago
LONDON: E-cigarettes should be prescribed to smokers to help them quit the habit, British public health experts recommended in a study yesterday. The study commissioned by health authority Public Health England (PHE) found that so-called ‘vaping’... Read more
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The Kitsap Sun
Has the ACA Made Community Health Centers Unnecessary?The Obama administration last week announced that $169 million in Affordable Ca
Has the ACA Made Community Health Centers Unnecessary?
The Kitsap Sun / Posted 10 days ago
The Obama administration last week announced that $169 million in Affordable Care Act funding will be used to open 266 new community health centers in underserved areas across the U.S. Those new centers will be in addition to the 700 CHCs that have... Read more
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The New Age
Doctors should prescribe e-cigarettes to smokersE-cigarettes should be prescribed to smokers to help them quit the habit, Briti
Doctors should prescribe e-cigarettes to smokers
The New Age / Posted 10 days ago
E-cigarettes should be prescribed to smokers to help them quit the habit, British public health experts recommended in a study on Wednesday. The study commissioned by health authority Public Health England (PHE) found that so-called "vaping"... Read more
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The Manila Times
Doctors should prescribe e-cigarettes to smokers – UKAugust 19, 2015 1:20 pm LONDON: E-cigarettes should be prescribed to smokers t
Doctors should prescribe e-cigarettes to smokers – UK
The Manila Times / Posted 10 days ago
August 19, 2015 1:20 pm LONDON: E-cigarettes should be prescribed to smokers to help them quit the habit, British public health experts recommended in a study on Wednesday. The study commissioned... Read more
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Nottingham Post
Dr Musharraf Hussain: Who should be welcome in Britain?Dr Musharraf Hussain OBE, chief imam at the Karimia Institute in Bobbers Mill,
Dr Musharraf Hussain: Who should be welcome in Britain?
Nottingham Post / Posted 10 days ago
Dr Musharraf Hussain OBE, chief imam at the Karimia Institute in Bobbers Mill, says we must distinguish between types of migrants. We human beings are very selective in what we hear. The information we hear, we subconsciously pass through our mind's... Read more
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The Huffington Post
How One Sexual Assault Survivor Is Helping Others Take Back Their BodiesOlivia was a preteen when her mother died of ovarian cancer. One year later, sh
How One Sexual Assault Survivor Is Helping Others Take Back Their Bodies
The Huffington Post / Posted 11 days ago
Olivia was a preteen when her mother died of ovarian cancer. One year later, she was raped. When Olivia reached her 20s, her doctor began encouraging her to have regular cervical smear tests. But Olivia found pap smears invasive and traumatizing --... Read more
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Orange County Register
Jihad and girl power: How the Islamic State lured 3 London teenagersLONDON – The night before Khadiza Sultana left for Syria she was dancing in her
Jihad and girl power: How the Islamic State lured 3 London teenagers
Orange County Register / Posted 11 days ago
LONDON – The night before Khadiza Sultana left for Syria she was dancing in her teenage bedroom. It was a Monday during the February school vacation. Her niece and close friend, at 13 only three years younger than Khadiza, had come for a sleepover.... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Patient satisfaction a poor proxy for quality of care in elective cranial neurosurgeryPatient satisfaction is a very poor proxy for quality of care comparisons in el
Patient satisfaction a poor proxy for quality of care in elective cranial neurosurgery
News-Medical-Net / Posted 11 days ago
Patient satisfaction is a very poor proxy for quality of care comparisons in elective cranial neurosurgery. Because deaths are rare events in elective cranial neurosurgery, reporting of surgeon or even department-specific mortality figures cannot... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Why the EU vote could drive Catholic unionists towards Sinn Fein and a united Ireland Fears of a Scotland-less United Kingdom run by old Etonians, and the economic
Why the EU vote could drive Catholic unionists towards Sinn Fein and a united Ireland
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 11 days ago
Fears of a Scotland-less United Kingdom run by old Etonians, and the economic realities of breaking with the European Union, could spark a renewed drive for Irish... Read more
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The Age
The Good Story review: Coetzee discusses the element of truth in our storiesIllustration: John Spooner. Photo: Supplied LETTERSThe Good Story: Exchanges o
The Good Story review: Coetzee discusses the element of truth in our stories
The Age / Posted 11 days ago
Illustration: John Spooner. Photo: Supplied LETTERSThe Good Story: Exchanges on Truth, Fiction and Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy By J. M. Coetzee and Arabella Kurtz The Good Story, by Arabella Kurtz & J. M. Coetzee. Our view of older books is... Read more
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Independent
Put the House in order: With the Lords remaining so large and corrupt, a radical transformation is needed to restore its prestigeSoon we will see another bumper crop of freshly minted peers, some of them subs
Put the House in order: With the Lords remaining so large and corrupt, a radical transformation is needed to restore its prestige
Independent / Posted 12 days ago
Soon we will see another bumper crop of freshly minted peers, some of them substantial party donors, taking their places on the red benches (only the SNP refuses to nominate). Whatever else, more peerages are not the answer. Yet the impetus for... Read more
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The Jewish Press
Israel’s Technology Protects British Troops in Afghanistan“British Prime Minister David Cameron: ‘Israel’s technology is protecting Briti
Israel’s Technology Protects British Troops in Afghanistan
The Jewish Press / Posted 13 days ago
“British Prime Minister David Cameron: ‘Israel’s technology is protecting British and NATO troops in Afghanistan….’ UK-Israeli trade is at an all-time high, despite recent rumblings by the EU over the labelling of products from the West Bank and... Read more
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The New Statesman
Gordon Brown: Labour must seek power with a purposeOUR MISSION I am here to talk about our mission. The reason we joined the Lab
Gordon Brown: Labour must seek power with a purpose
The New Statesman / Posted 13 days ago
OUR MISSION I am here to talk about our mission. The reason we joined the Labour Party. The values we share in common. The purpose we have in politics Call our mission the desire for –indeed, the demand for- social justice Call it a belief in... Read more
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KPBS San Diego
For Cancer-Detecting Canines, The Nose KnowsA new clinical trial is set to begin in the United Kingdom using the powerful n
For Cancer-Detecting Canines, The Nose Knows
KPBS San Diego / Posted 13 days ago
A new clinical trial is set to begin in the United Kingdom using the powerful noses of dogs to detect prostate cancer in humans. While research has been done before, these are the first trials approved by Britain's National Health Service. The... Read more
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express
EXCLUSIVE Ban health tourists: Labour MP calls for insurance checks at the border VISITORS to the UK should have their health insurance checked at the border a
EXCLUSIVE Ban health tourists: Labour MP calls for insurance checks at the border
express / Posted 14 days ago
VISITORS to the UK should have their health insurance checked at the border and be banned from Britain if they cannot cover their NHS care, a leading Labour MP has... Read more
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Worcester Telegram & Gazette
Sanders fights image of self on fringesWASHINGTON - One recent afternoon, Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont gave another
Sanders fights image of self on fringes
Worcester Telegram & Gazette / Posted 14 days ago
WASHINGTON - One recent afternoon, Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont gave another of the populist speeches that have drawn the largest crowds of the 2016 campaign to his rallies around the country and have made him the unexpected rival to Hillary Rodham... Read more
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Independent
Forget the Arts Council - bring back the patronNo they don’t, and no they never have done. But the suspicion that they may, in
Forget the Arts Council - bring back the patron
Independent / Posted 14 days ago
No they don’t, and no they never have done. But the suspicion that they may, in the future, come very cheap indeed to the point of being distributed gratis was reinforced by last week’s revelation that stand-up comedians are begging the Arts Council... Read more
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Daily Mail
Queen leads ceremonies marking 70th anniversary of victory over Japan as veterans parade through London amid tight security Monarch commemorated th
Queen leads ceremonies marking 70th anniversary of victory over Japan
Daily Mail / Posted 14 days ago
as veterans parade through London amid tight security Monarch commemorated the event at a service and wreath laying ceremony at St Martin-in-the-Fields church Anniversary... Read more
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Medical News Today
Infographic reveals what energy drinks do to the body within 24 hoursLast year, the World Health Organization hailed energy drinks a "danger to publ
Infographic reveals what energy drinks do to the body within 24 hours
Medical News Today / Posted 14 days ago
Last year, the World Health Organization hailed energy drinks a "danger to public health," after they found consumption of such beverages is on the rise. Now, an infographic created by website Personalise.co.uk claims to show exactly what happens to... Read more
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Daily Mail
Harper Beckham has family day of face painting with David and VictoriaFeeling better? Harper Beckham ditches her 'comfort' dummy for a fun family day
Harper Beckham has family day of face painting with David and Victoria
Daily Mail / Posted 15 days ago
Feeling better? Harper Beckham ditches her 'comfort' dummy for a fun family day of face painting with her famous parents David and Victoria She has been a little under the weather of late and at the centre of a public debate storm, but looks like... Read more
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