Major survey finds that 94% of ‘Vote Leavers’ would still vote the same way

Major survey finds that 94% of ‘Vote Leavers’ would still vote the same way

A major consumer survey conducted 30 days after Britain’s historic decision to leave the European Union has found that despite predictions of economic uncertainty, currency fluctuations resulting in increased holiday costs and a depressed stock market, 94% of people who voted to leave, would still vote the same way. But...

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Hillary Clinton makes history as first woman to be nominated for presidential race by a major political party in the U.S.

Hillary Clinton makes history as first woman to be nominated for presidential race by a major political party in the U.S.

At the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia, Hillary Clinton received the official nomination of her party, a landmark victory in her campaign. On Tuesday (26th July) night, eight years after being defeated to the ticket by then Senator Barack Obama, Clinton has succeeded in the historical nomination, with 2,838 delegate...

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Just move on

Just move on

They will talk of June 2016 as the month the country got kicked out of Europe twice. Once by Iceland, and once by the people who shop there. They will, because the gloves have been taken off and the fear of offering offence to others, the idea of politely watching...

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91% of people are unsure how to act when encountering a funeral procession

91% of people are unsure how to act when encountering a funeral procession

Over 90% of the public are not aware of funeral procession etiquette, according to 198 funeral directors asked in a survey.   Wilcox Limousines, the UK’s leading funeral vehicle coach-builder, conducted the survey to gain insight to the experiences of funeral directors across the country. Their encounters with the public...

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Bojack Horseman: Season 3

Bojack Horseman: Season 3

It seems somehow perverse that the most emotionally brutal exploration of depression currently showing on television should be the one that stars the cartoon horse, but by its third season it’s impossible to write Bojack Horseman off as a fluke or gimmick. In the show’s first few episodes it came...

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Engineering the World:  Ove Arup and the Philosophy of Total Design

Engineering the World: Ove Arup and the Philosophy of Total Design

Engineering the World: Ove Arup and the Philosophy of Total Design V&A Until 6 November 2016 Admission £7 vam.ac.uk With Volkswagen as main sponsor of this first ever Engineering Season, in light of recent revelations about the car manufacturer’s integrity, maybe the title should have been ‘Manipulating the World’. In...

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New NSPCC helpline to counter the radicalisation of children

New NSPCC helpline to counter the radicalisation of children

NSPCC have launched a new support line specifically to help parents who are worried that their children are being radicalised. Peter Wanless, CEO of NSPCC, has reported that the charity has recieved an “avalanche of calls to ChildLine” following the recent killings at the Bataclan theatre in Paris; with children as young as nine...

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