Britain’s property slow

Britain’s property slow

House prices fell in March for the first time since June 2015, according to Nationwide’s March House Price Index. Prices unexpectedly fell by 0.3 percent contrary to expectations of a rise by the same amount. The annual pace of growth slowed to 3.5 percent in March, down from 4.5 per...

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Fulham 3 Aston Villa 1 – Cottagers move into playoff place

Fulham 3 Aston Villa 1 – Cottagers move into playoff place

Fulham made it six points from two crucial Easter fixtures with a 3-1 win over ten-man Aston Villa to significantly enhance their play-off credentials – but were made to work harder than they’d have liked. The home side took an early lead through 16-year-old protege Ryan Sessegnon, before the visitors...

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#SteveJobsMustFall

#SteveJobsMustFall

Hi Steve You swiped left on life nearly 5 years ago now. Or, from your perspective, at iOS 4.3.5; which was pretty much the iRon-age to today’s iOS 10.3. You’d be so proud how the defining feature of you’re the latest system is pushing the boundaries of emotional articulacy: So,...

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Matters of life and death

Matters of life and death

Whilst most people understand the broad outline of what a coroner does, the specifics of the role are as misty to the general public as a Druid’s work itinerary. However, considering that the office of the coroner is one of the oldest in the United Kingdom (predating the Metropolitan Police...

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Norway increase whaling qouta

Norway increase whaling qouta

Norwegian Fisheries Minister, Per Sandberg, has confirmed that Norway has allocated itself a quota of 999 minke whales for the 2017 catch, an increase of 119 whales on last year’s quota of 880. According to a documentary aired recently on NRK, a government-owned public broadcasting company, 90 per cent of...

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The National Army Museum: Redevelopment and Opening

The National Army Museum: Redevelopment and Opening

The National Army Museum is the leading authority on the  victorious and colourful history of the British Army, with its rich tradition of regiments, its important role in Defence, Wars, Civil Disasters and State Occasions. It contributes greatly to Weddings, Funerals, Jubilees and Trooping The Colour by providing organisation and...

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