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express
ISIS mum who fled to Syria with her 14-month-old baby JAILEDshe received in September 2014 to pay for a two-year higher national diploma in
ISIS mum who fled to Syria with her 14-month-old baby JAILED
express / Posted 5 days ago
she received in September 2014 to pay for a two-year higher national diploma in hospitality management at the London School of Business and Finance. But instead, she used the £1,215.50 to buy plane tickets from East Midlands Airport to Raqqa, the... Read more
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Express and Star
A&E admissions rise with more than 700,000 cases in past year « Express & StarThe statistics reveal an increase of more than 55,000 attendances on the previo
A&E admissions rise with more than 700,000 cases in past year « Express & Star
Express and Star / Posted 6 days ago
The statistics reveal an increase of more than 55,000 attendances on the previous year. Sandwell and West Birmingham was the worst-hit area, with 205,443 admissions, followed by the Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust with 153,051. The University... Read more
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express
ISIS mum used STUDENT LOAN to fund runaway trip to Syria with her 14-month-old babyshe received in September 2014 to pay for a two-year higher national diploma in
ISIS mum used STUDENT LOAN to fund runaway trip to Syria with her 14-month-old baby
express / Posted 7 days ago
she received in September 2014 to pay for a two-year higher national diploma in hospitality management at the London School of Business and Finance. But instead, she used the £1,215.50 to buy plane tickets from East Midlands Airport the following... Read more
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The Telegraph
Different prismsOn Republic Day, I attended the concluding day of a six-day literature festival
Different prisms
The Telegraph / Posted 8 days ago
On Republic Day, I attended the concluding day of a six-day literature festival held in Calcutta. I had flown to the city from Jaipur after participating in a similar - and some would say bigger - annual gathering devoted to the same theme. At both... Read more
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Express and Star
It's the business! £2m fund up for grabs for local firms « Express & Starwho have submitted applications. Applicants can seek a grant worth between £10
It's the business! £2m fund up for grabs for local firms « Express & Star
Express and Star / Posted 9 days ago
who have submitted applications. Applicants can seek a grant worth between £10,000 and £150,000 to cover up to 30 per cent of the costs of their plans for job creation and expansion. With £4.1m in total available until the summer of 2017, there is... Read more
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MLive.com
Pit bulls versus everybody. Should they be banned?laws across the state awaits a vote by the legislature. Scientists, animal love
Pit bulls versus everybody. Should they be banned?
MLive.com / Posted 9 days ago
laws across the state awaits a vote by the legislature. Scientists, animal lovers and experts can be found on both sides of the debate, both in Michigan and across the nation. After the death of 4-year-old Xavier Strickland of Detroit, Detroit's... Read more
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New Zimbabwe
Moe Makaya: hottest new model in Britain2016 at full force. But unlike other Instagram sensations, she's using her bra
Moe Makaya: hottest new model in Britain
New Zimbabwe / Posted 9 days ago
2016 at full force. But unlike other Instagram sensations, she's using her brains to grab the spotlight. Moe went to Staffordshire University, where she obtained a degree in accounting, so if her amazing figure doesn't make her famous she can... Read more
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Express and Star
Car owners' anger as vehicles targeted in vandalism spree « Express & StarThe vehicles were targeted during the early hours of Tuesday morning in the Sil
Car owners' anger as vehicles targeted in vandalism spree « Express & Star
Express and Star / Posted 9 days ago
The vehicles were targeted during the early hours of Tuesday morning in the Silkmore, Highfields and Rising Brook areas of the borough. Police believe the attacks are linked. The first incident was reported at 3.35am. Jessica Sharratt, whose... Read more
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Mail & Guardian
'The world must see our golden rhino'The golden rhinoceros of Mapungubwe, the defining symbol of precolonial civilis
'The world must see our golden rhino'
Mail & Guardian / Posted 9 days ago
The golden rhinoceros of Mapungubwe, the defining symbol of precolonial civilisation in South Africa, could leave the country for the first time next year, on loan to the British Museum for an unprecedented exhibition of South African art. It has... Read more
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Daily Star
Meet the hottest new model in Britain and guess what – she's got brainsAnn Summers last year But unlike other Instagram sensations, she's using her b
Meet the hottest new model in Britain and guess what – she's got brains
Daily Star / Posted 10 days ago
Ann Summers last year But unlike other Instagram sensations, she's using her brains to grab the spotlight. Moe went to Staffordshire University, where she obtained a degree in accounting, so if her amazing figure doesn't make her famous she can... Read more
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Express and Star
Holocaust Memorial Day 2016: The region remembers « Express & StarPoignant events have taken place throughout the region as part of an internatio
Holocaust Memorial Day 2016: The region remembers « Express & Star
Express and Star / Posted 10 days ago
Poignant events have taken place throughout the region as part of an international day of remembrance for the millions killed in the Holocaust and subsequent genocides. The theme of this year's Holocaust Memorial Day is 'Don't stand by' - a... Read more
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Nottingham Post
Evil ghosts forced us out our £3.6m mansionWhat a load of piffle the tales about Clifton hall are, I was employed by the N
Evil ghosts forced us out our £3.6m mansion
Nottingham Post / Posted 12 days ago
What a load of piffle the tales about Clifton hall are, I was employed by the Nottingham Trent university as a security officer for 13 years from 1981 to1994, My duties during my time there involved regular night patrols of the City and the Clifton... Read more
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Daily Mirror
War veteran 'betrayed by NHS' takes first steps on £90k bionic limbshas left him in a wheelchair for the last year. He said he had been left with
War veteran 'betrayed by NHS' takes first steps on £90k bionic limbs
Daily Mirror / Posted 14 days ago
has left him in a wheelchair for the last year. He said he had been left with no choice but to go to Australia, because of NHS delays to fit new prosthetic legs. Walking tall: Clive Smith takes his first steps on his new bionic legs Clive,... Read more
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Daily Mirror
NHS’s £28bn bill for botched operations puts pressure on Tories’ failed reformsThe NHS has been forced to put aside £28.3billion for botched operations. But
NHS’s £28bn bill for botched operations puts pressure on Tories’ failed reforms
Daily Mirror / Posted 14 days ago
The NHS has been forced to put aside £28.3billion for botched operations. But a new analysis of the NHS Litigation Authority’s (NHSLA) financial accounts for 2014/15 by the Daily Mirror can reveal the staggering sum projected for the future. The... Read more
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chad
Sherwood Forest Hospitals Trust in takeover talksalso improve our ability to recruit into key medical and nursing posts. “Cruci
Sherwood Forest Hospitals Trust in takeover talks
chad / Posted 15 days ago
also improve our ability to recruit into key medical and nursing posts. “Crucially, it will quickly improve the quality of services we provide, by giving clinical support in areas where we need it most. “Whatever the shape of the future... Read more
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Express and Star
BMW driver arrested after pedestrian injured in Stafford crash « Express & StarThe 32-year old, from Stafford, was arrested on suspicion of dangerous driving
BMW driver arrested after pedestrian injured in Stafford crash « Express & Star
Express and Star / Posted 15 days ago
The 32-year old, from Stafford, was arrested on suspicion of dangerous driving after hitting a woman in her 40s on Weston Road, close to Copper Glade, with his BMW. The woman, who is aged 40 and from the Stafford area, was taken to the Royal Stoke... Read more
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Nottingham Post
Nottingham's hospitals launch bid to take over failing trust which runs King's Mill Hospitalsee King's Mill hospital in Sutton in Ashfield, Newark Hospital and Mansfield c
Nottingham's hospitals launch bid to take over failing trust which runs King's Mill Hospital
Nottingham Post / Posted 15 days ago
see King's Mill hospital in Sutton in Ashfield, Newark Hospital and Mansfield community hospital all taken under the wing of Nottingham University Hospitals Trust - which has a track record of pioneering and high quality care across many... Read more
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birminghammail
Friends to run London Marathon to raise money for Smiler ride crash victim Leah WashingtonTHE cousin of brave Alton Towers crash victim Leah Washington is to run the Lon
Friends to run London Marathon to raise money for Smiler ride crash victim Leah Washington
birminghammail / Posted 15 days ago
THE cousin of brave Alton Towers crash victim Leah Washington is to run the London Marathon to raise money for the Midlands Air Ambulance. The 18-year-old from Barnsley, lost more than a litre of blood and Midlands Air Ambulance paramedics battled... Read more
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Express and Star
Weston Road crash: Driver arrested after Stafford collision leaves woman in hospital « Express & StarThe 32-year-old was arrested on suspicion of dangerous driving after hitting a
Weston Road crash: Driver arrested after Stafford collision leaves woman in hospital « Express & Star
Express and Star / Posted 16 days ago
The 32-year-old was arrested on suspicion of dangerous driving after hitting a female pedestrian with his BMW on Weston Road. The crash happened close to Copper Glade and County Hospital shortly before 7am and saw Weston Road closed for more than... Read more
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Northern Echo
250,000 schoolchildren not getting decent education new figures showGCSE grades, show how far the nation has come in raising standards, but added t
250,000 schoolchildren not getting decent education new figures show
Northern Echo / Posted 16 days ago
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 secondary schools in England did not meet the minimum benchmarks this... Read more
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Liverpool Echo
Dogs in the workplace are helping Liverpool office workers to cut their stress levelshaving four-legged friends in the workplace can relieve stress is being taken s
Dogs in the workplace are helping Liverpool office workers to cut their stress levels
Liverpool Echo / Posted 16 days ago
having four-legged friends in the workplace can relieve stress is being taken seriously. Frances Molloy, chief executive of Liverpool-based Health@Work, says her team is investigating the benefits of allowing people to bring their dogs to... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
A&E units may be short-staffed half the time, secret guidance saysThe 58-page document leaked to Health Service Journal was drawn up by Nice but
A&E units may be short-staffed half the time, secret guidance says
Daily Telegraph / Posted 17 days ago
The 58-page document leaked to Health Service Journal was drawn up by Nice but never published after the Department of Health ordered officials to abandon the work. An appendix says current methods used to assess staff numbers may not be adequate,... Read more
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18d
Gamasutra
Crytek aims to open 'VR First' dev labs in schools around the worldGerman game company Crytek is making a show of providing student developers wit
Crytek aims to open 'VR First' dev labs in schools around the world
Gamasutra / Posted 18 days ago
German game company Crytek is making a show of providing student developers with VR hardware and software -- including its own CryEngine tech -- in partnership with academic institutions around the world via its new VR First initiative. While Crytek... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
I Introduced Crime Preventers, Deputy IGP KasingyeAsan Kasingye is an assistant inspector general of police and the director of I
I Introduced Crime Preventers, Deputy IGP Kasingye
AllAfrica.com / Posted 18 days ago
Asan Kasingye is an assistant inspector general of police and the director of Interpol and international relations in the Uganda Police Force. He shared his life's journey with Simon Kasyate, the host of Capital FM's Desert Island Discs... Read more
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Express and Star
Stafford's County Hospital: £2.5 million revamp but still no night A&E « Express & StarThe work will give County Hospital bigger consulting rooms and an overhaul of t
Stafford's County Hospital: £2.5 million revamp but still no night A&E « Express & Star
Express and Star / Posted 19 days ago
The work will give County Hospital bigger consulting rooms and an overhaul of the way medication is handed out. The work will bring the facility into the modern era after years of problems, bosses say. They and architects unveiled the plans, also... Read more
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Irish Central
The Irish built America but did you know an Irishman invented cement?We all know that Irish construction workers are responsible for building some o
The Irish built America but did you know an Irishman invented cement?
Irish Central / Posted 19 days ago
We all know that Irish construction workers are responsible for building some of the greatest cities in the world from Chicago to London to New York, but did you know that it was an Irishman who invented cement? On January 18 1779, Silgo man, Brian... Read more
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Scotsman
Catriona McAllister, chief executive of OriamInterview: Catriona McAllister, chief executive of the Oriam sports performanc
Catriona McAllister, chief executive of Oriam
Scotsman / Posted 19 days ago
Interview: Catriona McAllister, chief executive of the Oriam sports performance centre at Heriot Watt University, Edinburgh. Picture: Neil Hanna As a young girl ­growing up on a farm near ­Drymen,... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Sir Clifford BoultonThe latter part of Boulton’s term was overshadowed by revelations of financial
Sir Clifford Boulton
Daily Telegraph / Posted 20 days ago
The latter part of Boulton’s term was overshadowed by revelations of financial misconduct by MPs, and on his retirement he joined Lord Nolan’s Committee on Standards in Public Life. He brought to it valuable experience, having been clerk to the... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
The 15 strangest and most interesting entries on WikipediaOur first entry is dedicated entirely to the origins and popular use of the Ame
The 15 strangest and most interesting entries on Wikipedia
Daily Telegraph / Posted 22 days ago
Our first entry is dedicated entirely to the origins and popular use of the American idiom "You kids get off my lawn!" A slight form of NIMBYism, the phrase appears to have roots in the cantankerous sense of pride post-War US homeowners had in their... Read more
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Express and Star
Chinese investor buys Staffordshire University campus « Express & Starbut no details have emerged as to exactly what the plans for the campus are. C
Chinese investor buys Staffordshire University campus « Express & Star
Express and Star / Posted 25 days ago
but no details have emerged as to exactly what the plans for the campus are. Contracts have been agreed between the university and the Asian backer with the deal expected to go be completed in November. Staffordshire University's Beaconside... Read more
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EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press
Revealed: Norfolk’s hospitals rack up deficit of £30m Doctors and nurses at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital. Photo: Jam
Revealed: Norfolk’s hospitals rack up deficit of £30m
EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press / Posted 25 days ago
Doctors and nurses at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital. Photo: James Bass. The financial woes of the NHS are being mirrored locally as we can reveal Norfolk’s hospital trusts are set... Read more
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Norwich Evening News 24
Revealed: Norfolk’s hospitals rack up deficit of £30m Doctors and nurses at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital. Photo: Jam
Revealed: Norfolk’s hospitals rack up deficit of £30m
Norwich Evening News 24 / Posted 25 days ago
Doctors and nurses at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital. Photo: James Bass. The financial woes of the NHS are being mirrored locally as we can reveal Norfolk’s hospital trusts are set... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Alton Towers to open on fewer days as visitors stay away following Smiler crashMerlin's shares tumbled following the incident, and Alton Towers has cut close
Alton Towers to open on fewer days as visitors stay away following Smiler crash
Daily Telegraph / Posted 25 days ago
Merlin's shares tumbled following the incident, and Alton Towers has cut close to 200 jobs. Paul Williams, head of business at Staffordshire University, said: "Although Alton Towers continues to be one of Staffordshire's tourism success stories, it... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Fears that strike could tip NHS 'over the edge' as winter pressures mountHealth officials have come under fire for stopping publication of key weekly da
Fears that strike could tip NHS 'over the edge' as winter pressures mount
Daily Telegraph / Posted 28 days ago
Health officials have come under fire for stopping publication of key weekly data tracking A&E performance, and for banning hospitals from declaring “major incidents” if winter pressures jeopardise safety. NHS trusts have also been ordered to only... Read more
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Express and Star
Average Black Country house prices vary by £200k « Express & StarWednesfield has the lowest prices in the region, with homes in parts of the tow
Average Black Country house prices vary by £200k « Express & Star
Express and Star / Posted 29 days ago
Wednesfield has the lowest prices in the region, with homes in parts of the town being sold for £74,500. Meanwhile, on the other end of the scale Brewood boasts an average house selling price of £270,000 - a gap of £195,500. The Consumer Data... Read more
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Denbighshire Free Press
A MAN trapped under scaffolding has suffered serious injuries.just before noon today, Thursday, January 7. An ambulance service spokesman sa
A MAN trapped under scaffolding has suffered serious injuries.
Denbighshire Free Press / Posted 29 days ago
just before noon today, Thursday, January 7. An ambulance service spokesman said: “An adult male has been conveyed to the University of North Staffordshire City Hospital with what are believed to be serious but non life-threatening injuries.” For... Read more
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Express and Star
New low speed limit for Staffordshire schools « Express & StarAmong them are West Hill Primary and Staffordshire University Academy in Hednes
New low speed limit for Staffordshire schools « Express & Star
Express and Star / Posted 29 days ago
Among them are West Hill Primary and Staffordshire University Academy in Hednesford, Boney Hay Community Primary in Burntwood as well as Tittensor First and St Leonard's First School in Stafford. Speed indication displays were installed at all of... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Fabrice Muamba hails Northern Ireland doctor Frank Pantridge whose invention saved his life on pitchinvention saved his life on pitch Fabrice Muamba is now pursuing a media caree
Fabrice Muamba hails Northern Ireland doctor Frank Pantridge whose invention saved his life on pitch
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 30 days ago
invention saved his life on pitch Fabrice Muamba is now pursuing a media careerFabrice Muamba collapsed and required use of a defibrillator, a device invented by Professor Frank PantridgeProfessor Frank Pantridge Former footballer Fabrice Muamba... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Student nurses shame Tories as they organise campaign against Osborne’s cutsIt called on student nurses to bring placards and protest outside the Departmen
Student nurses shame Tories as they organise campaign against Osborne’s cuts
Daily Mirror / Posted 30 days ago
It called on student nurses to bring placards and protest outside the Department of Health. Danielle, 29, expected only a few faces to turn up. “I was totally shocked to see so many hundreds of student nurses, midwives, doctors and other medical... Read more

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