UNICEF predicts dark future for world’s most disadvantaged children

UNICEF warns that unless we focus on disadvantaged children, around 69 million will die, 167 million will live in poverty and 750 million children will be wedded by 2030.   UNICEF released a report on the 28th June detailing their predictions for 2030, the target date for the Sustainable Development...

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The construction of the Nine Elms Bridge is set on hold, requiring support from all

A new pedestrian and cycle crossing between Nine Elms and Pimlico has been planned, being dubbed as the Nine Elms Bridge. However, it seems as though only one side of the river Thames wishes its construction.   The Labour Assembly Member Andrew Dismore expressed his concern on behalf of Pimlico...

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The British Museum announces most successful year ever

This morning (1 July 2016) the British Museum launches its Annual Review 2016. 2015/16 was the Museum’s most successful year ever with nearly 6.9 million visitors to Bloomsbury (6,853,540) and a digital audience in excess of 40 million. A 7.7 million people in the UK saw British Museum objects outside...

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The Somme centenary remembrance events held across the UK and France

The Somme centenary remembrance events held across the UK and France

Commemorations are being held in the UK and France to mark the centenary of the start of the Battle of the Somme. The nation fell silent to mark the moment on 1 July 1916 when the battle began and the start of the bloodiest day in British military history. A...

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Chelsea Nanny: Scheduling

‘I need to see an updated copy of the kids’ term-time weekly timetable. Can you print them off and put them on the wall? Laminated, obviously. Also iCal me all their new appointments,’ says American Mom waving her iPhone as she breezes out of the door. Managing the Brats’ diaries...

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