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2014/08/27 12:01
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Four years ago, Boris Johnson famously ruffled the feathers of politicians on the left and right when he told BBC London that he would resist a “social cleansing” of the city, where the poor would be...
2014/08/27 12:01
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2014/08/26 14:45
2014/08/26 14:45
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A Catholic priest blesses a grave during a burial ceremony for the remains of 110 Napoleonic soldiers who died in a major battle against the Russian army, near the of Studenka, about 100 kilometers...
2014/08/26 06:42
2014/08/26 06:42
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Rosie Rockley knows the true cost of student living in London; her friends in rented flats live in cramped conditions and save cash by renting out their living rooms as bedrooms. Having opted to live...
2014/08/26 01:41
2014/08/26 01:41
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Tributes paid to ‘titan of cinema’ Attenborough | Irish Examiner Tributes paid to ‘titan of cinema’ Attenborough Richard Attenborough was "an incredibly kind, generous, and magnificently warm man"...
2014/08/25 10:31
2014/08/25 10:31
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Researchers from several British universities have found that small Jurassic mammals chose very specific diets from among the smorgasbord of insects available to them, with creatures of a similar type...
2014/08/24 05:53
2014/08/24 05:53
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British experts have raised alarm over the situation of children being detained across the UK, as almost half of young people held in secure homes have not been convicted of any crime. The warning...
2014/08/23 07:55
2014/08/23 07:55
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It is common knowledge that loud sounds can damage our hearing. Now, a new study by researchers from the University of Leicester in the UK sheds new light on how this happens, paving the way for new...
2014/08/22 20:45
2014/08/22 20:45
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An extraordinarily well-preserved woolly mammoth uncovered in Siberia was revealed to the public for the first time this week in Japan. While the baby female is not the first mammoth to be recently...
2014/08/20 18:27
2014/08/20 18:27
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Even early mammals were picky eaters: Fossilised teeth from the Jurassic era reveal a diet of crunchy beetles and scorpion flies Mammals scurried alongside the dinosaurs 145 to 201 million years...
2014/08/20 11:30
2014/08/20 11:30
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The Council of Governors has appointed Barrack Muluka as the Head of Communications and Spokesman. Muluka is a well known publishing editor and a social commentator. He was previously the National...
2014/08/19 03:42
2014/08/19 03:42
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Isotope analysis of bone and tooth material from King Richard III has revealed previously unknown details of his early life and the change in his diet when he became King two years and two months...
2014/08/18 17:47
2014/08/18 17:47
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New research led by the University of Leicester has examined the cellular mechanisms that underlie hearing loss and tinnitus triggered by exposure to loud sound. It has demonstrated that physical...
2014/08/17 21:23
2014/08/17 21:23
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In a world exclusive in February 2013, Channel 4 broadcast a film that followed the extraordinary hunt for Richard III: the king discovered, against all the odds, under a car park in Leicester. Since...
2014/08/17 09:38
2014/08/17 09:38
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A forensic study of bone and tooth chemistry of King Richard III has revealed fascinating new details about the life and diet of Britain's last king from the House of Plantagenet king in the Late...
2014/08/17 09:35
2014/08/17 09:35
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Slightly crossed eyes, vacant expression, ruddy cheeks… Richard III sure looks like a drinker (Picture: REXMAILPIX) Scientists have revealed that King Richard III regularly drank around three litres...
2014/08/17 01:21
2014/08/17 01:21
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A pint, my kingdom for a pint! King Richard III may have been a drunk say researchers who claim he drank three litres of alcohol every day Scientists have built up new picture of King after tests on...
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2014/08/15 07:41
2014/08/15 07:41
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A-Level results: students with an extra reason to cheer 8:00am Friday 15th August 2014 in News By Ben Wilkinson, Crime Reporter, also covering Barton and Wood Farm. Call me on (01865) 425427 Amy...
2014/08/15 04:28
2014/08/15 04:28
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London (CNN) -- A little over 30 years ago, Dalston was just another gritty, working class neighborhood to the northeast of central London. Today, boutique cafes dot the high street, hipsters with...
2014/08/14 11:12
2014/08/14 11:12
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The University of Leicester is Britain's most affordable student destination, according to HSBC, which found this year's first-year students there will pay around two-thirds of what it costs to study...
2014/08/13 14:45
2014/08/13 14:45
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An extraordinarily well-preserved woolly mammoth uncovered in Siberia was revealed to the public for the first time this week in Japan. While the baby female is not the first mammoth to be recently...
2014/08/27 12:01
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