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Environmental Data Interactive Exchange
Meet the E&E Award-winner: Onsite Water Efficiency - Xeros In a world where demand for water is expected to exceed supply by 40% by 2030
Meet the E&E Award-winner: Onsite Water Efficiency - Xeros
Environmental Data Interactive Exchange / Posted 2 days ago
In a world where demand for water is expected to exceed supply by 40% by 2030, innovation at an industrial scale is crucial to addressing the issues of scarcity, sanitation and hygiene. Meet... Read more
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SKY News
'End-Of-Life Plan' For Disabled Little BoyBy Ashish Joshi, Sky News Correspondent The devastated parents of a little boy
'End-Of-Life Plan' For Disabled Little Boy
SKY News / Posted 8 days ago
By Ashish Joshi, Sky News Correspondent The devastated parents of a little boy with a serious brain condition say he has been "effectively condemned to death" following a court's decision to stop life-prolonging treatment. The boy, identified in... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Judge rules it is not in boy's best interests to 'artificially prolong' life | Irish Examiner Wednesday, May 18, 2016 - 07:57 pm Hospital bosses say st
Judge rules it is not in boy's best interests to 'artificially prolong' life
Irish Examiner / Posted 8 days ago
| Irish Examiner Wednesday, May 18, 2016 - 07:57 pm Hospital bosses say staff have acted in... Read more
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Evening Standard
Judge rules medics can stop life-prolonging treatment for disabled boyA judge has given permission for medics caring for a "profoundly neurologically
Judge rules medics can stop life-prolonging treatment for disabled boy
Evening Standard / Posted 8 days ago
A judge has given permission for medics caring for a "profoundly neurologically disabled" two-year-old boy to withdraw treatment that may artificially prolong his life. Mrs Justice Parker has allowed doctors to provide only palliative care to the... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Boy who no longer giggles should be allowed to die, judge rulesNurses said he had stopped smiling and that he grimaced but no longer giggled w
Boy who no longer giggles should be allowed to die, judge rules
Daily Telegraph / Posted 9 days ago
Nurses said he had stopped smiling and that he grimaced but no longer giggled when tickled. Experts said “further invasive interventions” would be distressing and burdensome for the little boy and would have little or no therapeutic... Read more
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Bolton News
Parents 'devastated' over judge's care rulingThe parents of a ''profoundly neurologically disabled'' two-year-old boy say th
Parents 'devastated' over judge's care ruling
Bolton News / Posted 9 days ago
The parents of a ''profoundly neurologically disabled'' two-year-old boy say they are "devastated" by a High Court judge's decision to allow medics to provide only palliative care. They said Mrs Justice Parker's ruling "effectively condemns their... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Parents 'devastated' over judge's care ruling The two-year-old boy is said to be 'profoundly neurologically disabled' The
Parents 'devastated' over judge's care ruling
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 9 days ago
The two-year-old boy is said to be 'profoundly neurologically disabled' The parents of a ''profoundly neurologically disabled'' two-year-old boy say they are "devastated" by a High Court judge's... Read more
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Wandsworth Guardian
Parents 'devastated' over judge's care rulingThe parents of a ''profoundly neurologically disabled'' two-year-old boy say th
Parents 'devastated' over judge's care ruling
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted 9 days ago
The parents of a ''profoundly neurologically disabled'' two-year-old boy say they are "devastated" by a High Court judge's decision to allow medics to provide only palliative care. They said Mrs Justice Parker's ruling "effectively condemns their... Read more
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St Albans & Harpenden Review
Parents 'devastated' over judge's care rulingThe parents of a ''profoundly neurologically disabled'' two-year-old boy say th
Parents 'devastated' over judge's care ruling
St Albans & Harpenden Review / Posted 9 days ago
The parents of a ''profoundly neurologically disabled'' two-year-old boy say they are "devastated" by a High Court judge's decision to allow medics to provide only palliative care. They said Mrs Justice Parker's ruling "effectively condemns their... Read more
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Croydon Guardian
Parents 'devastated' over judge's care rulingThe parents of a ''profoundly neurologically disabled'' two-year-old boy say th
Parents 'devastated' over judge's care ruling
Croydon Guardian / Posted 9 days ago
The parents of a ''profoundly neurologically disabled'' two-year-old boy say they are "devastated" by a High Court judge's decision to allow medics to provide only palliative care. They said Mrs Justice Parker's ruling "effectively condemns their... Read more
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Hampshire Chronicle
Parents 'devastated' over judge's care rulingThe parents of a ''profoundly neurologically disabled'' two-year-old boy say th
Parents 'devastated' over judge's care ruling
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted 9 days ago
The parents of a ''profoundly neurologically disabled'' two-year-old boy say they are "devastated" by a High Court judge's decision to allow medics to provide only palliative care. They said Mrs Justice Parker's ruling "effectively condemns their... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
Parents 'devastated' over judge's care rulingThe parents of a ''profoundly neurologically disabled'' two-year-old boy say th
Parents 'devastated' over judge's care ruling
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 9 days ago
The parents of a ''profoundly neurologically disabled'' two-year-old boy say they are "devastated" by a High Court judge's decision to allow medics to provide only palliative care. They said Mrs Justice Parker's ruling "effectively condemns their... Read more
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Lancashire Telegraph
Parents 'devastated' over judge's care rulingThe parents of a ''profoundly neurologically disabled'' two-year-old boy say th
Parents 'devastated' over judge's care ruling
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted 9 days ago
The parents of a ''profoundly neurologically disabled'' two-year-old boy say they are "devastated" by a High Court judge's decision to allow medics to provide only palliative care. They said Mrs Justice Parker's ruling "effectively condemns their... Read more
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West Moreland Gazette
Parents 'devastated' over judge's care rulingThe parents of a ''profoundly neurologically disabled'' two-year-old boy say th
Parents 'devastated' over judge's care ruling
West Moreland Gazette / Posted 9 days ago
The parents of a ''profoundly neurologically disabled'' two-year-old boy say they are "devastated" by a High Court judge's decision to allow medics to provide only palliative care. They said Mrs Justice Parker's ruling "effectively condemns their... Read more
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Kingston Guardian
Parents 'devastated' over judge's care rulingThe parents of a ''profoundly neurologically disabled'' two-year-old boy say th
Parents 'devastated' over judge's care ruling
Kingston Guardian / Posted 9 days ago
The parents of a ''profoundly neurologically disabled'' two-year-old boy say they are "devastated" by a High Court judge's decision to allow medics to provide only palliative care. They said Mrs Justice Parker's ruling "effectively condemns their... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Parents 'devastated' over judge's care rulingThe parents of a ''profoundly neurologically disabled'' two-year-old boy say th
Parents 'devastated' over judge's care ruling
Oxford Mail / Posted 9 days ago
The parents of a ''profoundly neurologically disabled'' two-year-old boy say they are "devastated" by a High Court judge's decision to allow medics to provide only palliative care. They said Mrs Justice Parker's ruling "effectively condemns their... Read more
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Streatham Guardian
Parents 'devastated' over judge's care rulingThe parents of a ''profoundly neurologically disabled'' two-year-old boy say th
Parents 'devastated' over judge's care ruling
Streatham Guardian / Posted 9 days ago
The parents of a ''profoundly neurologically disabled'' two-year-old boy say they are "devastated" by a High Court judge's decision to allow medics to provide only palliative care. They said Mrs Justice Parker's ruling "effectively condemns their... Read more
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Bury Times
Parents 'devastated' over judge's care rulingThe parents of a ''profoundly neurologically disabled'' two-year-old boy say th
Parents 'devastated' over judge's care ruling
Bury Times / Posted 9 days ago
The parents of a ''profoundly neurologically disabled'' two-year-old boy say they are "devastated" by a High Court judge's decision to allow medics to provide only palliative care. They said Mrs Justice Parker's ruling "effectively condemns their... Read more
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Gazette
Parents 'devastated' over judge's care rulingThe parents of a ''profoundly neurologically disabled'' two-year-old boy say th
Parents 'devastated' over judge's care ruling
Gazette / Posted 9 days ago
The parents of a ''profoundly neurologically disabled'' two-year-old boy say they are "devastated" by a High Court judge's decision to allow medics to provide only palliative care. They said Mrs Justice Parker's ruling "effectively condemns their... Read more
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guardian-series
Parents 'devastated' over judge's care rulingThe parents of a ''profoundly neurologically disabled'' two-year-old boy say th
Parents 'devastated' over judge's care ruling
guardian-series / Posted 9 days ago
The parents of a ''profoundly neurologically disabled'' two-year-old boy say they are "devastated" by a High Court judge's decision to allow medics to provide only palliative care. They said Mrs Justice Parker's ruling "effectively condemns their... Read more
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Harrow Times
Parents 'devastated' over judge's care rulingThe parents of a ''profoundly neurologically disabled'' two-year-old boy say th
Parents 'devastated' over judge's care ruling
Harrow Times / Posted 9 days ago
The parents of a ''profoundly neurologically disabled'' two-year-old boy say they are "devastated" by a High Court judge's decision to allow medics to provide only palliative care. They said Mrs Justice Parker's ruling "effectively condemns their... Read more
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Gazette News
Parents 'devastated' over judge's care rulingThe parents of a ''profoundly neurologically disabled'' two-year-old boy say th
Parents 'devastated' over judge's care ruling
Gazette News / Posted 9 days ago
The parents of a ''profoundly neurologically disabled'' two-year-old boy say they are "devastated" by a High Court judge's decision to allow medics to provide only palliative care. They said Mrs Justice Parker's ruling "effectively condemns their... Read more
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This is West Country
Parents 'devastated' over judge's care rulingThe parents of a ''profoundly neurologically disabled'' two-year-old boy say th
Parents 'devastated' over judge's care ruling
This is West Country / Posted 9 days ago
The parents of a ''profoundly neurologically disabled'' two-year-old boy say they are "devastated" by a High Court judge's decision to allow medics to provide only palliative care. They said Mrs Justice Parker's ruling "effectively condemns their... Read more
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express
Suffering with diabetes? Struggling with lactose? You need THIS revolutionary app IT could solve all allergy worries, food intolerance issues, changes the live
Suffering with diabetes? Struggling with lactose? You need THIS revolutionary app
express / Posted 11 days ago
IT could solve all allergy worries, food intolerance issues, changes the lives of people on restricted diets and even revolutionise the weekly shop. Food allergies in... Read more

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