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Salon.com
Hillary hugs Obama: By embracing the president, Clinton looks to kneecap surging SandersIf you watched Thursday’s Democratic debate, you might have picked up on a them
Hillary hugs Obama: By embracing the president, Clinton looks to kneecap surging Sanders
Salon.com / Posted 14 hours ago
If you watched Thursday’s Democratic debate, you might have picked up on a theme that Hillary Clinton returned to several times throughout the night: a consistent and unreserved embrace of President Obama. She described herself as “a staunch... Read more
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International Business Times
Left-wingers launch 'positive' campaign for EU amid hipsters and street food of east London A former brewery-turned-nightclub was the latest unlikely location to launch a
Left-wingers launch 'positive' campaign for EU amid hipsters and street food of east London
International Business Times / Posted 17 hours ago
A former brewery-turned-nightclub was the latest unlikely location to launch a pro-EU campaign ahead of the long-awaited referendum. The venue, now called 93 Feet East, hosted 'Another Europe is Possible' as the newly formed left-wing group railed... Read more
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The Local
Christmas anti-booze ad stirs tension in SwedenSwedish snaps being drunk at Christmas. Photo: Gorm Kallestad/NTB Scanpix/TT
Christmas anti-booze ad stirs tension in Sweden
The Local / Posted 18 hours ago
Swedish snaps being drunk at Christmas. Photo: Gorm Kallestad/NTB Scanpix/TT The Local · 23 Dec 2015, 15:01 Published: 23 Dec 2015 13:01 GMT+01:00 Updated: 23 Dec 2015 15:01 GMT+01:00 Should... Read more
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Wakefield Today
Looking for love this Valentine’s Day? Head to the pubAround a fifth (18 per cent) of UK adults in a relationship met their partner i
Looking for love this Valentine’s Day? Head to the pub
Wakefield Today / Posted 20 hours ago
Around a fifth (18 per cent) of UK adults in a relationship met their partner in the pub, according to new research published today. The survey, carried out by YouGov on behalf of CAMRA ahead of Valentine’s Day, show more people find love in a pub... Read more
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The Hill
Sanders, Clinton set for critical two-week campaign stretchHillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders, fresh off their Thursday night debate in Mi
Sanders, Clinton set for critical two-week campaign stretch
The Hill / Posted 20 hours ago
Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders, fresh off their Thursday night debate in Milwaukee, are starting a two-week sprint that could remake the Democratic race. The Nevada caucuses are looming on Feb. 20 and the South Carolina primary follows one week... Read more
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heraldscotland
Ian McConnell: Businesses seem confident Brexit will not happen but what if it does?Discussions with people in the Scottish business community certainly give the i
Ian McConnell: Businesses seem confident Brexit will not happen but what if it does?
heraldscotland / Posted 21 hours ago
Discussions with people in the Scottish business community certainly give the impression that most would prefer to stay in the EU. And most businessmen and women seem to be confident that, once all is said and done, common sense will prevail and the... Read more
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Online Recruitment
Inadequate digital skills putting young people at risk of missing dream jobThe UK’s young people are very digitally savvy, however, they don’t know how to
Inadequate digital skills putting young people at risk of missing dream job
Online Recruitment / Posted 23 hours ago
The UK’s young people are very digitally savvy, however, they don’t know how to use their digital skills for work purposes, according to 47% of senior decision makers surveyed in a YouGov online poll commissioned by Capgemini UK, one of the world’s... Read more
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heraldscotland
Businesses seem confident Brexit will not happen but what if it does?And most businessmen and women seem to be confident that, once all is said and
Businesses seem confident Brexit will not happen but what if it does?
heraldscotland / Posted yesterday
And most businessmen and women seem to be confident that, once all is said and done, common sense will prevail and the UK public will recognise the economic benefits of being in the EU and vote to remain in it. People in the business community appear... Read more
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USA Today
Glenn Reynolds: Socialism not as hot as its spokesmanThe young voters flocking to Bernie Sanders may find his rebel status more allu
Glenn Reynolds: Socialism not as hot as its spokesman
USA Today / Posted yesterday
The young voters flocking to Bernie Sanders may find his rebel status more alluring than his ideas. Socialism is all the rage among America’s youth. Or is it? The evidence in favor of that proposition is that Bernie Sanders — despite being... Read more
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Daily Star
100 Tory rebels set for Brexit: David Cameron warned of Conservative party EU unrestPRESSURE: David Cameron's EU reforms have come under scrutiny from anti-Brussel
100 Tory rebels set for Brexit: David Cameron warned of Conservative party EU unrest
Daily Star / Posted yesterday
PRESSURE: David Cameron's EU reforms have come under scrutiny from anti-Brussels campaigners Graham Brady said the PM’s treaty change plan fell far short of the “fundamental reform” needed. It came amid “panic” in Downing Street after a YouGov poll... Read more
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The Huffington Post
No One Really Cares About Your Stupid Award ShowIn an attempt to get a better sense of why people don’t really care about award
No One Really Cares About Your Stupid Award Show
The Huffington Post / Posted yesterday
In an attempt to get a better sense of why people don’t really care about award shows, I asked my colleagues for their preference. As media professionals, I assumed they would have more favorable opinions about the shows than the general populace. By... Read more
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New York Magazine
The Battle Between Sanders and Clinton for Black Voters Keeps Getting More IntenseBernie Sanders's post–New Hampshire courtship of Al Sharpton was just the most
The Battle Between Sanders and Clinton for Black Voters Keeps Getting More Intense
New York Magazine / Posted yesterday
Bernie Sanders's post–New Hampshire courtship of Al Sharpton was just the most conspicuous of his campaign's efforts to reach into one of Hillary Clinton's strongest constituencies. Photo: Andrew Renneisen/Getty Images Well before the Iowa caucuses... Read more
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Yahoo News
Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders are going to war as she tries to protect her 'firewall' Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton Hillary Clinton's campaign brought out th
Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders are going to war as she tries to protect her 'firewall'
Yahoo News / Posted yesterday
Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton Hillary Clinton's campaign brought out the firepower immediately after her crushing loss to Sen. Bernie Sanders... Read more
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Business Insider
A surging Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton are going to war as she tries to protect her crucial 'firewall'Hillary Clinton's campaign brought out the firepower immediately after her crus
A surging Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton are going to war as she tries to protect her crucial 'firewall'
Business Insider / Posted yesterday
Hillary Clinton's campaign brought out the firepower immediately after her crushing loss to Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vermont) in the New Hampshire Democratic primary. "When you match up the record of Hillary Clinton with the record of Bernie Sanders,... Read more
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International Business Times
Sainsbury's becomes first supermarket to scrap multi-buy offers to end food wastage and overspending Sainsbury's are set to become the first supermarket in the UK to scrap multi-bu
Sainsbury's becomes first supermarket to scrap multi-buy offers to end food wastage and overspending
International Business Times / Posted yesterday
Sainsbury's are set to become the first supermarket in the UK to scrap multi-buy promotional offers as customers feel they make them spend more than they intended and create unnecessary food waste. The supermarket announces it will scrap offers such... Read more
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Christian Today
Sunday trading backed by public, but Christian MPs will still rebelMore people support scrapping restrictions on Sunday opening hours than oppose
Sunday trading backed by public, but Christian MPs will still rebel
Christian Today / Posted yesterday
More people support scrapping restrictions on Sunday opening hours than oppose it, according to a recent YouGov poll. The Bishop of St Albans warned working mothers would be disproportionately affected by changes to Sunday Trading The survey... Read more
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chad
Notts doctors’ fury as contract talks scrappedJunior Doctors in Mansfield say they are driven to illness by the stress of the
Notts doctors’ fury as contract talks scrapped
chad / Posted yesterday
Junior Doctors in Mansfield say they are driven to illness by the stress of the job, and are damning today’s news that Jeremy Hunt is pushing forward with contract changes. Junior doctors staged a walkout at King’s Mill hospital yesterday in their... Read more
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The News and Star
Penrith 'is bondage capital of Britain' - surveyA TOWN in Cumbria has been named as the 'bondage capital of Britain' by a new s
Penrith 'is bondage capital of Britain' - survey
The News and Star / Posted yesterday
A TOWN in Cumbria has been named as the 'bondage capital of Britain' by a new survey into sexual preferences. The YouGov poll, commissioned for Channel 4's new show The Great British Sex Survey, revealed that Newcastle is a hotspot for having a... Read more
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chad
Notts docs fury as gov scraps talksJunior Doctors in Mansfield say they are driven to illness by the stress of the
Notts docs fury as gov scraps talks
chad / Posted yesterday
Junior Doctors in Mansfield say they are driven to illness by the stress of the job, and are damning today’s news that Jeremy Hunt is pushing forward with contract changes. Junior doctors staged a walkout at King’s Mill hospital yesterday in their... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Town in Cumbria 'is bondage capital of Britain' - studyA TOWN in Cumbria has been named as the 'bondage capital of Britain' by a new s
Town in Cumbria 'is bondage capital of Britain' - study
North-West Evening Mail / Posted yesterday
A TOWN in Cumbria has been named as the 'bondage capital of Britain' by a new survey into sexual preferences. The YouGov poll, commissioned for Channel 4's new show The Great British Sex Survey, revealed that Newcastle is a hotspot for having a... Read more
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heraldscotland
Google boss turns to Scotch in defence of tax bill, and when Alex met Moira ...07.00 BBC Good Morning Scotland Smith Commission members back SNP in fiscal fr
Google boss turns to Scotch in defence of tax bill, and when Alex met Moira ...
heraldscotland / Posted yesterday
07.00 BBC Good Morning Scotland Smith Commission members back SNP in fiscal framework fight … MSPs to back deadline extension … Evel report … Plans to close Cornton Vale outlined … World’s longest surviving heart transplant patient dies 33 years... Read more
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heraldscotland
Google boss turns to Scotch in defence of wee nip tax bill07.00 BBC Good Morning Scotland Smith Commission members back SNP in fiscal fr
Google boss turns to Scotch in defence of wee nip tax bill
heraldscotland / Posted yesterday
07.00 BBC Good Morning Scotland Smith Commission members back SNP in fiscal framework fight … MSPs to back deadline extension … Evel report … Plans to close Cornton Vale outlined … World’s longest surviving heart transplant patient dies 33 years... Read more
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heraldscotland
Google boss takes to Scotch in defence of tax bill07.00 BBC Good Morning Scotland Smith Commission members back SNP in fiscal fr
Google boss takes to Scotch in defence of tax bill
heraldscotland / Posted 2 days ago
07.00 BBC Good Morning Scotland Smith Commission members back SNP in fiscal framework fight … MSPs to back deadline extension … Evel report … Plans to close Cornton Vale outlined … World’s longest surviving heart transplant patient dies 33 years... Read more
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Breitbart
Report: CBC Leaders to Endorse Hillary; Influential SC Dem Clyburn Still NeutralAccording to a Washington Postreport, the CBC “will then disburse its African-A
Report: CBC Leaders to Endorse Hillary; Influential SC Dem Clyburn Still Neutral
Breitbart / Posted 2 days ago
According to a Washington Postreport, the CBC “will then disburse its African-American lawmakers to states where black voters are crucial, particularly in South Carolina’s Democratic primary on Feb. 27.” Clyburn, the No. 3 House Democrat and the... Read more
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Slate
The GOP Establishment Will Not Find Salvation in South CarolinaWho's winning, who's losing, and why. The only candidate who can beat Donald T
The GOP Establishment Will Not Find Salvation in South Carolina
Slate / Posted 2 days ago
Who's winning, who's losing, and why. The only candidate who can beat Donald Trump is Ted Cruz, and vice versa. A week ago, the Republican establishment thought it had found a savior.... Read more
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Shropshire Star
Huge backing in Shropshire for ban on junk food adverts « Shropshire StarNearly two-thirds would also support a tax on sugary drinks to try to tackle th
Huge backing in Shropshire for ban on junk food adverts « Shropshire Star
Shropshire Star / Posted 2 days ago
Nearly two-thirds would also support a tax on sugary drinks to try to tackle the rising childhood obesity epidemic, the YouGov survey, published by Cancer Research UK, said. Eight in 10 in the West Midlands said they thought childhood obesity was a... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Junior doctors face having contracts forced on them within a WEEKJunior doctors face having new contracts forced on them within a WEEK despite w
Junior doctors face having contracts forced on them within a WEEK
Daily Mirror / Posted 2 days ago
Junior doctors face having new contracts forced on them within a WEEK despite warnings it will spark a mass exodus. Hospitals axed 2,800 operations as doctors joined 160 picket lines to warn Jeremy Hunt's seven-day NHS deal will endanger... Read more
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International Business Times
Unite chief Len McCluskey defends Jeremy Corbyn from 'sniping' Labour MPs in Oxford Union speech The leader of Labour's largest trade union backer has launched a scathing attac
Unite chief Len McCluskey defends Jeremy Corbyn from 'sniping' Labour MPs in Oxford Union speech
International Business Times / Posted 2 days ago
The leader of Labour's largest trade union backer has launched a scathing attack against the party's MPs "plotting" to undermine Jeremy Corbyn. Len McCluskey, the general secretary of Unite, urged the Labour leader's critics to "stop the sniping and... Read more
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International Business Times
Junior doctors' strike: 90% of medics would resign if Jeremy Hunt imposes contract Nearly 90% of medics in the UK said they would consider resigning from the NHS
Junior doctors' strike: 90% of medics would resign if Jeremy Hunt imposes contract
International Business Times / Posted 2 days ago
Nearly 90% of medics in the UK said they would consider resigning from the NHS if the government pushed through with its planned junior doctor contract offer as thousands stage their second 24-hour walkout over the dispute. The strike went ahead... Read more
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express
Junior Doctors strike: MOST Britons support medics' opposition to 'dangerous' contract TWICE as many Britons support junior doctors' opposition to a new contract th
Junior Doctors strike: MOST Britons support medics' opposition to 'dangerous' contract
express / Posted 2 days ago
TWICE as many Britons support junior doctors' opposition to a new contract than side with the Government, a new poll has revealed. Junior Doctors are striking... Read more
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Daily News
British media 'most right-wing' in Europe, survey findsUK: The British press is regarded as the most "right-wing" and "biased" in Euro
British media 'most right-wing' in Europe, survey finds
Daily News / Posted 3 days ago
UK: The British press is regarded as the most "right-wing" and "biased" in Europe, according to new research by YouGov. The company polled people from seven major European nations to find out how they perceived the press in their own countries. They... Read more
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Manchester Evening News
New Business for Britain, North West group launchesOver 70 business leaders from the region have today launched Business for Brita
New Business for Britain, North West group launches
Manchester Evening News / Posted 3 days ago
Over 70 business leaders from the region have today launched Business for Britain, North West, which is backing the EU Vote Leave campaign. It comes amid warnings from businesses that the EU is making it harder for them to create jobs and that EU... Read more
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International Business Times
EU referendum: Ukip and Leave.EU back Grassroots Out for Brexit campaign nomination Ukip and Leave.EU have dramatically backed Grassroots Out (GO) in the latest tw
EU referendum: Ukip and Leave.EU back Grassroots Out for Brexit campaign nomination
International Business Times / Posted 3 days ago
Ukip and Leave.EU have dramatically backed Grassroots Out (GO) in the latest twist in the campaign to win the official Brexit campaign nomination ahead of the EU referendum. GO, founded by Tory MPs Peter Bone and Tom Pursglove as well as Labour... Read more
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Scotsman
Scott Macnab: Tory surge latest twist in a dramatic decade Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson. Picture: Ian Georgeson The prospe
Scott Macnab: Tory surge latest twist in a dramatic decade
Scotsman / Posted 3 days ago
Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson. Picture: Ian Georgeson The prospect of Conservative chief Ruth Davidson becoming leader of the opposition in Scotland, as her party now stands... Read more
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International Business Times
EU referendum: Tory MP Nick Herbert claims Brexit campaigners are in denial over risks Brexit campaigners are in denial over the risks of the UK breaking away from Br
EU referendum: Tory MP Nick Herbert claims Brexit campaigners are in denial over risks
International Business Times / Posted 3 days ago
Brexit campaigners are in denial over the risks of the UK breaking away from Brussels, according to a former Conservative minister. Nick Herbert, who leads the pro-EU Conservatives for Reform in Europe campaign, made the argument during a speech in... Read more
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Business Wire
Kohli Ventures: Only 28% British Businesses Believe CSR is a Central Driver of Modern BusinessLONDON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Only 28% of British businesses and 13% of the British
Kohli Ventures: Only 28% British Businesses Believe CSR is a Central Driver of Modern Business
Business Wire / Posted 3 days ago
LONDON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Only 28% of British businesses and 13% of the British public believe that Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is a central driver of modern business success, according to new research conducted by YouGov in conjunction with... Read more
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iTWire
Top 3 disruptive digital commerce technologies for 2016Juniper Research says digital commerce is now over 2 decades old, with Amazon l
Top 3 disruptive digital commerce technologies for 2016
iTWire / Posted 3 days ago
Juniper Research says digital commerce is now over 2 decades old, with Amazon launched in 1994! However, cautions Juniper, this ‘new’ channel for shopping is nowhere near fully-formed, quite the opposite in fact, pointing that a ‘collection of... Read more
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Sussex Express
Big support in South-East for ban on junk food adverts before watershedIn the South-East, 76 per cent of the public back a ban on junk food advertisin
Big support in South-East for ban on junk food adverts before watershed
Sussex Express / Posted 3 days ago
In the South-East, 76 per cent of the public back a ban on junk food advertising before the 9pm TV watershed, according to a new YouGov survey published by Cancer Research UK. And 56 per cent support a tax on sugary drinks, which could help tackle... Read more
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Chichester Observer
Big support in South-East for ban on junk food adverts before watershed - Chichester Observer with your email account {* traditionalSignIn_emailAddre
Big support in South-East for ban on junk food adverts before watershed
Chichester Observer / Posted 3 days ago
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Daily Telegraph
Eurosceptics can't pretend they don't do EU scaremongeringThe Leave.EU referendum campaign has promised to be "positive [and] uplifting",
Eurosceptics can't pretend they don't do EU scaremongering
Daily Telegraph / Posted 3 days ago
The Leave.EU referendum campaign has promised to be "positive [and] uplifting", but Nigel Farage, one of its biggest supporters, has led the way with gloomy warnings about what continued membership of the EU could mean. The Ukip leader recently used... Read more
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International Business Times
EU referendum: French government dismisses 'Calais Jungle in UK' claim from David Cameron David Cameron was first accused of scaremongering when he apparently planned to
EU referendum: French government dismisses 'Calais Jungle in UK' claim from David Cameron
International Business Times / Posted 3 days ago
David Cameron was first accused of scaremongering when he apparently planned to warn that French-style makeshift migrant camps could appear in south east England if the UK broke away from the EU. Now the British prime minister is being publicly... Read more
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The Huffington Post
Feds Try To Combat Teen Heroin Use, But Can't Stop Talking About WeedLast week, the FBI and DEA released "Chasing the Dragon," a documentary that pa
Feds Try To Combat Teen Heroin Use, But Can't Stop Talking About Weed
The Huffington Post / Posted 4 days ago
Last week, the FBI and DEA released "Chasing the Dragon," a documentary that paints an honest, unforgiving picture of opiate addiction's devastating, often deadly consequences. As the opioid epidemic continues to rip through communities across the... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Bernie Sanders’ sociliast label is OK with millennialsDeploying Lena didn’t work. Neither did shoutouts from Beyoncé, Kim, Ilana and
Bernie Sanders’ sociliast label is OK with millennials
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 4 days ago
Deploying Lena didn’t work. Neither did shoutouts from Beyoncé, Kim, Ilana and Abbi, Ariana, Katy, Demi or either of the Amys. Hillary Clinton’s squad of celebrity surrogates, stumpers and endorsers (surnamed Dunham, Knowles-Carter, Kardashian West,... Read more
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Wakefield Today
Yorkshire adults call for junk food tv ad banNearly three-quarters of adults in Yorkshire have backed a ban on junk food adv
Yorkshire adults call for junk food tv ad ban
Wakefield Today / Posted 4 days ago
Nearly three-quarters of adults in Yorkshire have backed a ban on junk food advertising before the 9pm television watershed, new figures show. The YouGov survey published by Cancer Research UK today also shows that 55 per cent of the region’s adults... Read more
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CBS News
Chipotle hopes to turn page on disease outbreakNEW YORK - Chipotle Mexican Grill (CMG), its reputation stained and shares dama
Chipotle hopes to turn page on disease outbreak
CBS News / Posted 4 days ago
NEW YORK - Chipotle Mexican Grill (CMG), its reputation stained and shares damaged after customers were sickened eating the restaurant chain's food, is trying to assure people that it's safe to return. Chipotle outlets across the U.S. are opening... Read more
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International Business Times
Workplace violence experienced by one in eight UK employees reports TUC survey One in eight employees in the UK has experienced violence at work, a survey by
Workplace violence experienced by one in eight UK employees reports TUC survey
International Business Times / Posted 4 days ago
One in eight employees in the UK has experienced violence at work, a survey by the Trade Union Congress (TUC) has revealed. The study also showed that one in five of those who have experienced violence have work have had it happen more than ten... Read more
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Ekklesia
One in eight people experience violence at work, says TUCOne in eight people have experienced violence at work, according to research pu
One in eight people experience violence at work, says TUC
Ekklesia / Posted 4 days ago
One in eight people have experienced violence at work, according to research published by the TUC today (8 February). The poll, carried out by YouGov for the Trades Union Congress (TUC) and released today to coincide with the start of Heartunions... Read more
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International Business Times
EU referendum: 'Calais refugee Jungle' could appear in UK after a Brexit warns Cameron Makeshift camps holding thousands of refugees and migrants could appear in sout
EU referendum: 'Calais refugee Jungle' could appear in UK after a Brexit warns Cameron
International Business Times / Posted 4 days ago
Makeshift camps holding thousands of refugees and migrants could appear in south-east England if the UK was to split from the EU, David Cameron is expected to claim. The prime minister, who is tipped to campaign against a Brexit ahead of the EU... Read more
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heraldscotland
Ruth Davidson: I'm ready to serve as Leader of the OppositionShe made the plea after a poll last week put her party narrowly ahead of Scotti
Ruth Davidson: I'm ready to serve as Leader of the Opposition
heraldscotland / Posted 4 days ago
She made the plea after a poll last week put her party narrowly ahead of Scottish Labour in the constituency section of the ballot. While Labour has been the main opposition at Holyrood since 2007, a YouGov survey put support for Kezia Dugdale's... Read more
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Namibia Economist
Why the Clinton Foundation is so controversialONE OF the main problems of Hillary Clinton in her quest to become America’s fi
Why the Clinton Foundation is so controversial
Namibia Economist / Posted 5 days ago
ONE OF the main problems of Hillary Clinton in her quest to become America’s first female president is voters' lack of trust in her. In December a poll by The Economist/YouGov found that 53% of respondents viewed her as dishonest and untrustworthy.... Read more
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