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Spalding Today
Coroner’s warning about garden ponds after toddler’s ‘tragic’ accidentto any garden ponds. “Think outside the box and ask yourself ‘could this be a
Coroner’s warning about garden ponds after toddler’s ‘tragic’ accident
Spalding Today / Posted 5 hours ago
to any garden ponds. “Think outside the box and ask yourself ‘could this be a danger to your child?’”. Figures from The Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA) showed that, on average, five children under the age of six drown in... Read more
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Scotsman
When thousands of tremors rocked Scotland’s “Shaky Toun”noted. The Comrie Pioneers, desperate to understand this ongoing phenomenon, s
When thousands of tremors rocked Scotland’s “Shaky Toun”
Scotsman / Posted 7 hours ago
noted. The Comrie Pioneers, desperate to understand this ongoing phenomenon, submitted their notes and experiences to the Royal Society of Edinburgh. “Back then there wasn’t the science of plate tectonics that we have now. That came much... Read more
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PhysOrg
Sponges potential 'winners' in the face of climate changeby Associate Professor Bell and Dr Webster, supported by the Marsden Fund Counc
Sponges potential 'winners' in the face of climate change
PhysOrg / Posted 7 hours ago
by Associate Professor Bell and Dr Webster, supported by the Marsden Fund Council from Government funding, managed by the Royal Society of New Zealand. Ms Bennett will now be researching the relationships between sponges and their associated... Read more
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PhysOrg
Human and avian running on uneven groundJena (Germany). Together with colleagues he has published a review article in t
Human and avian running on uneven ground
PhysOrg / Posted 7 hours ago
Jena (Germany). Together with colleagues he has published a review article in the current issue of the Journal of the Royal Society Interface in which they analyze human and avian locomotion on uneven ground. An experience anybody who goes... Read more
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New Kerala
The Royal Society appoints the inaugural batch of Tata University Research Fellows - newkerala.com #125600around the world to enable sustainable market development in the regions we wor
The Royal Society appoints the inaugural batch of Tata University Research Fellows - newkerala.com #125600
New Kerala / Posted 8 hours ago
around the world to enable sustainable market development in the regions we work and live. Our partnership with The Royal Society is part of this strategic outreach to academia, and through this collaboration, we aim to empower these young... Read more
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PhysOrg
Student's surprise finding could improve future handling of nuclear wastea collaborative research project between the universities of Manchester and Reg
Student's surprise finding could improve future handling of nuclear waste
PhysOrg / Posted 10 hours ago
a collaborative research project between the universities of Manchester and Regensburg, and was funded and supported by the Royal Society, European Research Council, Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council, and European Cooperation in... Read more
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PhysOrg
Drug manufacturers need to understand how their products affect entire biological networksof such networks to understand how they tick. Wang and Potoyan are lead authors
Drug manufacturers need to understand how their products affect entire biological networks
PhysOrg / Posted 10 hours ago
of such networks to understand how they tick. Wang and Potoyan are lead authors of a paper about this research in the Royal Society journal Interface. The trio's ongoing work led them to take a deep look at the master regulatory circuit in... Read more
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Farming Life
Police issue appeal after Peregrin falcon is shotSafety Executive, National Wildlife Crime Unit, Northern Ireland Environment Ag
Police issue appeal after Peregrin falcon is shot
Farming Life / Posted 11 hours ago
Safety Executive, National Wildlife Crime Unit, Northern Ireland Environment Agency, Northern Ireland Raptor Study Group, Royal Society for Protection of Birds), have been involved in the launch of Operation Raptor, designed to raise the profile... Read more
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Lancashire Telegraph
Call for more road police to stop motorists using mobile phones while drivingfactor in 492 accidents in Britain in 2014, including 21 that were fatal and 84
Call for more road police to stop motorists using mobile phones while driving
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted 14 hours ago
factor in 492 accidents in Britain in 2014, including 21 that were fatal and 84 classed as serious. Nick Lloyd, of the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents, said: “Enforcement is only effective if people believe there is a very real... Read more
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The Irish Times
The architects’ pick of Open HousesShaffrey was responsible for the restoration of the Georgian stables at Merrion
The architects’ pick of Open Houses
The Irish Times / Posted 14 hours ago
Shaffrey was responsible for the restoration of the Georgian stables at Merrion Mews, 63 Fitzwilliam Lane, rear of the Royal Society of Antiquaries, 63 Merrion Square, Dublin 2. The Irish Landmark Trust property is open on October 15th,... Read more
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Lancashire Telegraph
Campaigners call for more road police to stop motorists using mobile phone while drivingfactor in 492 accidents in Britain in 2014, including 21 that were fatal and 84
Campaigners call for more road police to stop motorists using mobile phone while driving
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted 19 hours ago
factor in 492 accidents in Britain in 2014, including 21 that were fatal and 84 classed as serious. Nick Lloyd, of the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents, said: “Enforcement is only effective if people believe there is a very real... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Sponges potential ‘winners’ in the face of climate changeby Associate Professor Bell and Dr Webster, supported by the Marsden Fund Counc
Sponges potential ‘winners’ in the face of climate change
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 23 hours ago
by Associate Professor Bell and Dr Webster, supported by the Marsden Fund Council from Government funding, managed by the Royal Society of New Zealand.Ms Bennett will now be researching the relationships between sponges and their associated... Read more
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Farming Life
Police issue Peregrine falcon appealSafety Executive, National Wildlife Crime Unit, Northern Ireland Environment Ag
Police issue Peregrine falcon appeal
Farming Life / Posted yesterday
Safety Executive, National Wildlife Crime Unit, Northern Ireland Environment Agency, Northern Ireland Raptor Study Group, Royal Society for Protection of Birds), have been involved in the launch of Operation Raptor, designed to raise the profile... Read more
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heraldscotland
Young people 'distracted by phones' risking injury on railwayphone and spend twice the amount of time on their mobile than the average user.
Young people 'distracted by phones' risking injury on railway
heraldscotland / Posted yesterday
phone and spend twice the amount of time on their mobile than the average user. Kevin Clinton, head of road safety at the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents, said: “As we advise drivers and pedestrians to avoid becoming distracted when... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Is global warming a threat to our key food sources? Scientists think sograsses are under threat as a result of global warming (Matthew Mead/AP) And as
Is global warming a threat to our key food sources? Scientists think so
Irish Examiner / Posted yesterday
grasses are under threat as a result of global warming (Matthew Mead/AP) And as part of the new research, published in the Royal Society journal Biology Letters, scientists looked at 236 grass species and studied their ability to adapt to new... Read more
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PhysOrg
Flies are the key pollinators of the High Arcticof an insect, we could identify it." More information: Mikko Tiusanen et al. O
Flies are the key pollinators of the High Arctic
PhysOrg / Posted yesterday
of an insect, we could identify it." More information: Mikko Tiusanen et al. One fly to rule them all—muscid flies are the key pollinators in the Arctic, Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences (2016). DOI: 10.1098/rspb.2... Read more
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PhysOrg
Humans found to be playing a role in spread of ranavirusspread of ranavirus, which attacks and kills reptiles, amphibians and fish. In
Humans found to be playing a role in spread of ranavirus
PhysOrg / Posted yesterday
spread of ranavirus, which attacks and kills reptiles, amphibians and fish. In their paper published in Proceedings of the Royal Society B, the team describes the means by which data was collected, what it showed and outlines ways for people to... Read more
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EARTHtimes.org
Common dolphins adapt to bay life.Jeffrey Weir and Kerstin Bilgmann are the authors of a paper about this atypica
Common dolphins adapt to bay life.
EARTHtimes.org / Posted yesterday
Jeffrey Weir and Kerstin Bilgmann are the authors of a paper about this atypical residency. It is published today in Royal Society Open Science. Common dolphins are often found in great communities, some recorded as numbering 10,000, like a... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Scientists warn global warming could be a threat to wheat and riceworld and throughout history, wheat or rice famines have led to widespread star
Scientists warn global warming could be a threat to wheat and rice
Irish Examiner / Posted yesterday
world and throughout history, wheat or rice famines have led to widespread starvation. The new research, published in the Royal Society journal Biology Letters, looked at the ability of 236 grass species to adapt to new climatic niches - the local... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Climate change threat to wheat, riceworld and throughout history, wheat or rice famines have led to widespread star
Climate change threat to wheat, rice
The New Zealand Herald / Posted yesterday
world and throughout history, wheat or rice famines have led to widespread starvation. The new research, published in the Royal Society journal Biology Letters, looked at the ability of 236 grass species to adapt to new climatic niches - the local... Read more
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The Courier
Letters to the Editorthe Manhattan Project, Sir Mark Oliphant (later a Governor of South Australia).
Letters to the Editor
The Courier / Posted yesterday
the Manhattan Project, Sir Mark Oliphant (later a Governor of South Australia). All three Australians became Fellows of the Royal Society, Britain's prestigious 356-year-old national academy of science. In the years after the war, Massey also helped... Read more
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Sky News Australia
Experts say global warming threatens grassesworld and throughout history, wheat or rice famines have led to widespread star
Experts say global warming threatens grasses
Sky News Australia / Posted yesterday
world and throughout history, wheat or rice famines have led to widespread starvation. The new research, published in the Royal Society journal Biology Letters, looked at the ability of 236 grass species to adapt to new climatic niches - the local... Read more
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express
Frogs under THREAT: Exotic species in YOUR pond could be killing amphibiansis one of the most serious health threats currently facing the UK's amphibian p
Frogs under THREAT: Exotic species in YOUR pond could be killing amphibians
express / Posted yesterday
is one of the most serious health threats currently facing the UK's amphibian population Proceedings of the Royal Society B, lead author Dr Stephen Price But affected populations can recover because some individuals are thought to... Read more
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express
Dreaded spider season has begun - how can you REALLY prevent the critters from invading?conker myth was debunked by a group of school children in 2010. Pupils from Ro
Dreaded spider season has begun - how can you REALLY prevent the critters from invading?
express / Posted 2 days ago
conker myth was debunked by a group of school children in 2010. Pupils from Roselyon Primary School won a prize from the Royal Society of Chemistry for their study showing spiders are unfazed by conkers. Sealing up your home may have some... Read more
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Bay News 9 Tampa Bay
'Tristan' makes Rattle want to 'curl up in a fetal position'sheen to her voice. Skelton became slightly gravelly in the third act. "What i
'Tristan' makes Rattle want to 'curl up in a fetal position'
Bay News 9 Tampa Bay / Posted 2 days ago
sheen to her voice. Skelton became slightly gravelly in the third act. "What is asked of the tenor is beyond anything the Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals should allow," Rattle said. His tenure as chief conductor of the... Read more
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The Border Mail
Ballarat and the Bomblife, with security services opening a file on his activities. But Oliphant, M
Ballarat and the Bomb
The Border Mail / Posted 2 days ago
life, with security services opening a file on his activities. But Oliphant, Massey and Burhop also became Fellows of the Royal Society, Britain's prestigious 356-year-old national academy of science. In the years after the war, Massey also... Read more
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The Courier
Ballarat and the Bomblife, with security services opening a file on his activities. But Oliphant, M
Ballarat and the Bomb
The Courier / Posted 2 days ago
life, with security services opening a file on his activities. But Oliphant, Massey and Burhop also became Fellows of the Royal Society, Britain's prestigious 356-year-old national academy of science. In the years after the war, Massey also... Read more
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The Irish Times
Why do Irish institutions still call themselves ‘royal’?crisis. Perhaps there is a desire to reflect status as professional societies c
Why do Irish institutions still call themselves ‘royal’?
The Irish Times / Posted 3 days ago
crisis. Perhaps there is a desire to reflect status as professional societies comparable with the Royal Academy and Royal Society in the UK, but there are international examples of alternative strategies. In post-revolutionary France, the... Read more
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The Irish Times
Comment: Why do Irish institutions still call themselves ‘royal’?crisis. Perhaps there is a desire to reflect status as professional societies c
Comment: Why do Irish institutions still call themselves ‘royal’?
The Irish Times / Posted 3 days ago
crisis. Perhaps there is a desire to reflect status as professional societies comparable with the Royal Academy and Royal Society in the UK, but there are international examples of alternative strategies. In post-revolutionary France, the... Read more
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Times of Malta
Saudi Arabia is no allybe detrimental both to their long-term interests and regional stability. André
Saudi Arabia is no ally
Times of Malta / Posted 3 days ago
be detrimental both to their long-term interests and regional stability. André DeBattista holds degrees inpublic policy and international relations and is a member of the Political Studies Association (UK) and a Fellow of the Royal Society of... Read more
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Daily Record
NJ wine industry boosting agritourismbefore the American Revolution. At the time, Great Britain was thirsting for g
NJ wine industry boosting agritourism
Daily Record / Posted 3 days ago
before the American Revolution. At the time, Great Britain was thirsting for good wine in the colonies, and London’s Royal Society of Arts offered a reward to any colonist who could produce wine of the same caliber as vintages from... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
TSRI chemist Jin-Quan Yu wins 2016 MacArthur Fellowshipand University of Cambridge (1999), joined the TSRI faculty in 2007 after an ap
TSRI chemist Jin-Quan Yu wins 2016 MacArthur Fellowship
News-Medical-Net / Posted 5 days ago
and University of Cambridge (1999), joined the TSRI faculty in 2007 after an appointment at Brandeis University and a Royal Society fellowship at the University of Cambridge (United Kingdom). A fellow of the American Association for the... Read more
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EveningTimes Online
Alex Salmond warns a 'full English Brexit' would harm Scotland's economyshield" in negotiations. He made the comments during a speech to celebrate the
Alex Salmond warns a 'full English Brexit' would harm Scotland's economy
EveningTimes Online / Posted 5 days ago
shield" in negotiations. He made the comments during a speech to celebrate the Saltire Society's 80th anniversary at the Royal Society of Edinburgh. He said: "According to the new Foreign Secretary, full English Brexit will be served by early in... Read more
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Hampshire Chronicle
'Full English Brexit' bad for Scotland's health, says Alex Salmondshield" in negotiations. He made the comments during a speech to celebrate the
'Full English Brexit' bad for Scotland's health, says Alex Salmond
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted 5 days ago
shield" in negotiations. He made the comments during a speech to celebrate the Saltire Society's 80th anniversary at the Royal Society of Edinburgh. He said: "According to the new Foreign Secretary, full English Brexit will be served by early in... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
'Full English Brexit' bad for Scotland's health, says Alex Salmondshield" in negotiations. He made the comments during a speech to celebrate the
'Full English Brexit' bad for Scotland's health, says Alex Salmond
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 5 days ago
shield" in negotiations. He made the comments during a speech to celebrate the Saltire Society's 80th anniversary at the Royal Society of Edinburgh. He said: "According to the new Foreign Secretary, full English Brexit will be served by early in... Read more
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Lancashire Telegraph
'Full English Brexit' bad for Scotland's health, says Alex Salmondshield" in negotiations. He made the comments during a speech to celebrate the
'Full English Brexit' bad for Scotland's health, says Alex Salmond
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted 5 days ago
shield" in negotiations. He made the comments during a speech to celebrate the Saltire Society's 80th anniversary at the Royal Society of Edinburgh. He said: "According to the new Foreign Secretary, full English Brexit will be served by early in... Read more
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West Moreland Gazette
'Full English Brexit' bad for Scotland's health, says Alex Salmondshield" in negotiations. He made the comments during a speech to celebrate the
'Full English Brexit' bad for Scotland's health, says Alex Salmond
West Moreland Gazette / Posted 5 days ago
shield" in negotiations. He made the comments during a speech to celebrate the Saltire Society's 80th anniversary at the Royal Society of Edinburgh. He said: "According to the new Foreign Secretary, full English Brexit will be served by early in... Read more
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Kingston Guardian
'Full English Brexit' bad for Scotland's health, says Alex Salmondshield" in negotiations. He made the comments during a speech to celebrate the
'Full English Brexit' bad for Scotland's health, says Alex Salmond
Kingston Guardian / Posted 5 days ago
shield" in negotiations. He made the comments during a speech to celebrate the Saltire Society's 80th anniversary at the Royal Society of Edinburgh. He said: "According to the new Foreign Secretary, full English Brexit will be served by early in... Read more
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Oxford Mail
'Full English Brexit' bad for Scotland's health, says Alex Salmondshield" in negotiations. He made the comments during a speech to celebrate the
'Full English Brexit' bad for Scotland's health, says Alex Salmond
Oxford Mail / Posted 5 days ago
shield" in negotiations. He made the comments during a speech to celebrate the Saltire Society's 80th anniversary at the Royal Society of Edinburgh. He said: "According to the new Foreign Secretary, full English Brexit will be served by early in... Read more
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Bury Times
'Full English Brexit' bad for Scotland's health, says Alex Salmondshield" in negotiations. He made the comments during a speech to celebrate the
'Full English Brexit' bad for Scotland's health, says Alex Salmond
Bury Times / Posted 5 days ago
shield" in negotiations. He made the comments during a speech to celebrate the Saltire Society's 80th anniversary at the Royal Society of Edinburgh. He said: "According to the new Foreign Secretary, full English Brexit will be served by early in... Read more
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Gazette
'Full English Brexit' bad for Scotland's health, says Alex Salmondshield" in negotiations. He made the comments during a speech to celebrate the
'Full English Brexit' bad for Scotland's health, says Alex Salmond
Gazette / Posted 5 days ago
shield" in negotiations. He made the comments during a speech to celebrate the Saltire Society's 80th anniversary at the Royal Society of Edinburgh. He said: "According to the new Foreign Secretary, full English Brexit will be served by early in... Read more
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guardian-series
'Full English Brexit' bad for Scotland's health, says Alex Salmondshield" in negotiations. He made the comments during a speech to celebrate the
'Full English Brexit' bad for Scotland's health, says Alex Salmond
guardian-series / Posted 5 days ago
shield" in negotiations. He made the comments during a speech to celebrate the Saltire Society's 80th anniversary at the Royal Society of Edinburgh. He said: "According to the new Foreign Secretary, full English Brexit will be served by early in... Read more
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Greenock Telegraph
'Full English Brexit' bad for Scotland's health, says Alex Salmondshield" in negotiations. He made the comments during a speech to celebrate the
'Full English Brexit' bad for Scotland's health, says Alex Salmond
Greenock Telegraph / Posted 5 days ago
shield" in negotiations. He made the comments during a speech to celebrate the Saltire Society's 80th anniversary at the Royal Society of Edinburgh. He said: "According to the new Foreign Secretary, full English Brexit will be served by early in... Read more
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Harrow Times
'Full English Brexit' bad for Scotland's health, says Alex Salmondshield" in negotiations. He made the comments during a speech to celebrate the
'Full English Brexit' bad for Scotland's health, says Alex Salmond
Harrow Times / Posted 5 days ago
shield" in negotiations. He made the comments during a speech to celebrate the Saltire Society's 80th anniversary at the Royal Society of Edinburgh. He said: "According to the new Foreign Secretary, full English Brexit will be served by early in... Read more
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Gazette News
'Full English Brexit' bad for Scotland's health, says Alex Salmondshield" in negotiations. He made the comments during a speech to celebrate the
'Full English Brexit' bad for Scotland's health, says Alex Salmond
Gazette News / Posted 5 days ago
shield" in negotiations. He made the comments during a speech to celebrate the Saltire Society's 80th anniversary at the Royal Society of Edinburgh. He said: "According to the new Foreign Secretary, full English Brexit will be served by early in... Read more
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This is West Country
'Full English Brexit' bad for Scotland's health, says Alex Salmondshield" in negotiations. He made the comments during a speech to celebrate the
'Full English Brexit' bad for Scotland's health, says Alex Salmond
This is West Country / Posted 5 days ago
shield" in negotiations. He made the comments during a speech to celebrate the Saltire Society's 80th anniversary at the Royal Society of Edinburgh. He said: "According to the new Foreign Secretary, full English Brexit will be served by early in... Read more
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Bolton News
'Full English Brexit' bad for Scotland's health, says Alex Salmondshield" in negotiations. He made the comments during a speech to celebrate the
'Full English Brexit' bad for Scotland's health, says Alex Salmond
Bolton News / Posted 5 days ago
shield" in negotiations. He made the comments during a speech to celebrate the Saltire Society's 80th anniversary at the Royal Society of Edinburgh. He said: "According to the new Foreign Secretary, full English Brexit will be served by early in... Read more
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St Albans & Harpenden Review
'Full English Brexit' bad for Scotland's health, says Alex Salmondshield" in negotiations. He made the comments during a speech to celebrate the
'Full English Brexit' bad for Scotland's health, says Alex Salmond
St Albans & Harpenden Review / Posted 5 days ago
shield" in negotiations. He made the comments during a speech to celebrate the Saltire Society's 80th anniversary at the Royal Society of Edinburgh. He said: "According to the new Foreign Secretary, full English Brexit will be served by early in... Read more
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Wandsworth Guardian
'Full English Brexit' bad for Scotland's health, says Alex Salmondshield" in negotiations. He made the comments during a speech to celebrate the
'Full English Brexit' bad for Scotland's health, says Alex Salmond
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted 5 days ago
shield" in negotiations. He made the comments during a speech to celebrate the Saltire Society's 80th anniversary at the Royal Society of Edinburgh. He said: "According to the new Foreign Secretary, full English Brexit will be served by early in... Read more
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EveningTimes Online
'Full English Brexit' bad for Scotland's health, says Alex Salmondshield" in negotiations. He made the comments during a speech to celebrate the
'Full English Brexit' bad for Scotland's health, says Alex Salmond
EveningTimes Online / Posted 5 days ago
shield" in negotiations. He made the comments during a speech to celebrate the Saltire Society's 80th anniversary at the Royal Society of Edinburgh. He said: "According to the new Foreign Secretary, full English Brexit will be served by early in... Read more
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