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Liverpool Echo
Creamfields remain silent over worrying festival drug dealing problemof the 12 dealers hailed from Wirral - Tranmere, Bromborough and Eastham, with
Liverpool Echo / Posted yesterday
of the 12 dealers hailed from Wirral - Tranmere, Bromborough and Eastham, with the rest from other parts of the UK.Joseph Kirkham, 20, Clarence Road, Tranmere, pleaded guilty to possession with intent to supply class A drugs (cocaine).... Read more
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Harrow Times
Cyclists celebrate 100 years of the female votegroup of women took part in a celebratory bike ride to mark the centenary of th
Harrow Times / Posted 7 days ago
group of women took part in a celebratory bike ride to mark the centenary of the female vote. Cycling for 15 miles around Harrow, they visited a number of places connected to the struggle for women to be heard in politics. The riders, including... Read more
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Canberra Times
Why is it so hard for Jim Molan to apologise for sharing Britain First material?why he should admit that reposting Britain First material on Facebook was wrong
Canberra Times / Posted 12 days ago
why he should admit that reposting Britain First material on Facebook was wrong. As anyone who has spent time in the UK recently knows, it is a group linked to deadly violence. Founded in 2011 by a Scottish anti-abortionist called Jim... Read more
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The Age
Why is it so hard for Jim Molan to apologise for sharing Britain First material?why he should admit that reposting Britain First material on Facebook was wrong
The Age / Posted 13 days ago
why he should admit that reposting Britain First material on Facebook was wrong. As anyone who has spent time in the UK recently knows, it is a group linked to deadly violence. Founded in 2011 by a Scottish anti-abortionist called Jim... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Why is it so hard for Jim Molan to apologise for sharing Britain First material?why he should admit that reposting Britain First material on Facebook was wrong
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 13 days ago
why he should admit that reposting Britain First material on Facebook was wrong. As anyone who has spent time in the UK recently knows, it is a group linked to deadly violence. Founded in 2011 by a Scottish anti-abortionist called Jim... Read more
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Ilford Recorder
Fall in anti-Semitic incidents in Redbridge amid all-time UK high Rabbi David Hulbert lights a menorah and sings his blessings to the audience
Ilford Recorder / Posted 14 days ago
Rabbi David Hulbert lights a menorah and sings his blessings to the audience at the multi-faith dinner in Ilford on January 18 last year. Photo: Aaron Walawalkar Amid a rising tide... Read more
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Harrow Times
Superfast broadband sweeps across the countryAlmost 100 per cent of people have access to superfast broadband in some parts
Harrow Times / Posted 14 days ago
Almost 100 per cent of people have access to superfast broadband in some parts of the UK, as the Government seeks to make this a reality for every home and business. The latest statistics show that 19 out of 20 properties have the opportunity to... Read more
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Harrow Times
NHS calls for families to talk about organ donation to expand registerup to be organ donors, but campaigners believe there is still much to be done.
Harrow Times / Posted 17 days ago
up to be organ donors, but campaigners believe there is still much to be done. Almost 4,000 people registered as donors in Harrow last year, contributing to the 1.2 million people nationally who put their name on the list. But statistics show that... Read more
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Ekklesia
We were told Britain was broken - it is nowto meet their basic needs, and millions now clearly can’t. The European Committ
Ekklesia / Posted 19 days ago
to meet their basic needs, and millions now clearly can’t. The European Committee of Social Rights has judged that in the UK, the level of many of our benefits is inadequate. Benefits being too low to live on is bad enough - but our social... Read more
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Harrow Times
Painter’s tribute to First World War poethas launched this exhibition on David Jones – an Anglo-Welshman who fought on t
Harrow Times / Posted 19 days ago
has launched this exhibition on David Jones – an Anglo-Welshman who fought on the Western Front. It will be showcased at Harrow Arts Centre, a venue based in Hatch End that he has close ties to, until February 26. Jones, who was also a gifted... Read more
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Harrow Times
Students take part in digital project for Comic Reliefa project for Comic Relief that hopes to engage young people with the charity.
Harrow Times / Posted 21 days ago
a project for Comic Relief that hopes to engage young people with the charity. A group of 60 students, including some from Harrow College, is involved in the final stages of the campaign. They recently visited Amazon’s offices in Central London to... Read more
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Harrow Times
Charity ball raises more than £100,000 for brain trauma victimsin aid of those who have suffered from serious brain trauma brought in more tha
Harrow Times / Posted 21 days ago
in aid of those who have suffered from serious brain trauma brought in more than £100,000. The event, which was hosted by Harrow-based charity One Kind Act, sought to raise awareness of the issue of injuries to the brain and champion those who... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
South Cumbrian district named most affordable in the UKsizes having doubled over that time, a report has found. There were an estimat
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 22 days ago
sizes having doubled over that time, a report has found. There were an estimated 359,000 first-time buyers across the UK in 2017, taking levels nearly back to 2007, when 359,900 people made the jump on to the property ladder, according to... Read more
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asianage
UK:origin owners found guilty of renting out 'slum' house to 4042, to illegally undertake multiple tenancies at the 1920s property which they
asianage / Posted 23 days ago
42, to illegally undertake multiple tenancies at the 1920s property which they also let fall into a state of disrepair, a UK court was told this week. The house, described as a “slum”, was divided into seven bedrooms on the ground floor, two on... Read more
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metro
Landlord forced 40 adults to live in slum four-bedroom house in north Londonlocal authority are now fighting to get the money back, as they are not liable
metro / Posted 24 days ago
local authority are now fighting to get the money back, as they are not liable a rent recovery or a confiscation order. Harrow Crown Court heard the Shah’s had a licence to rent to one family, but did not have a licence for a house of multiple... Read more
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Daily Mail
Winston Churchill-themed cafe is hit by vandals defacing muralPM, whose extraordinary achievements are currently being celebrated in hit movi
Daily Mail / Posted 26 days ago
PM, whose extraordinary achievements are currently being celebrated in hit movie Darkest Hour. The mural at Blighty UK cafe which was taken down after vandalism, which showed the Winston Churchill doing his two finger pose, and the mural... Read more
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Harrow Times
Programme to fight university anti-Semitismproject, which coordinates visits to the concentration camp for teachers and sc
Harrow Times / Posted 27 days ago
project, which coordinates visits to the concentration camp for teachers and schoolchildren. Bob Blackman, MP for Harrow East, praised the announcement and said it was crucial that Jewish students were given support and protection. He... Read more
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Harrow Times
Tesco to axe 1,700 jobs as part of ‘cost-cutting drive’its operational structure. However, it is not known yet how this will affect p
Harrow Times / Posted 27 days ago
its operational structure. However, it is not known yet how this will affect people who work at the Tesco stores around Harrow. Tesco said the shake up will give line managers more "direct accountability" for customer service, as well as... Read more
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Harrow Times
Women ‘embarrassed’ to attend smear testsAlmost 40 per cent of women in Harrow are avoiding smear tests, with many of th
Harrow Times / Posted 28 days ago
Almost 40 per cent of women in Harrow are avoiding smear tests, with many of these citing “embarrassment” as a reason for not attending. Statistics compiled by Jo’s Cervical Cancer Trust showed that just 62.5 per cent of women in the borough were... Read more
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