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Usain Bolt says his final farewell to athletics - and performs his signature celebration - on the final night of the World Athletics Championships in London (read more)


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Theresa May says it "can't be right" for Big Ben to be silenced for four years during renovation work (read more)

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Cineworld’s living staff deserve a living wage

16-8-2017 11:56 PM | morningstaronline | similar news

‘Compassionate capitalism’ is being exposed for the myth it is, says MICHAEL O’BRIEN (read more)

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According to the research, millions of women are left in a state of confusion when it comes to health BRITISH WOMEN are in a constant state of confusion when it comes to their health and well-being, according to a new study. Researchers took an in depth look at how the nation’s women (read more)

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GERMANY rejected yesterday budget airline Ryanair’s claims of a “conspiracy” behind its bailout of rival Air Berlin until a new owner is found. The Irish airline lodged a complaint with EU competition authorities after Air Berlin filed for bankruptcy protection and. (read more)

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Rail users travelling from Devon to London Waterloo can expect more seats and additional services as part of a £1.2investment plan. (read more)

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Cloudy with a chance of pain!

16-8-2017 10:38 AM | maturetimes | similar news

Back in February last year we covered a new survey being set up to monitor how the weather affects people with arthritis and other conditions. Cloudy with a Chance of Pain, was the world’s first smartphone-based study to investigate the association between pain and the weather. (read more)

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The aftermath of the mudslide leaves the west African country overwhelmed Written By:  Andrea Photiou PRESIDENT ERNEST Bai Koroma has urged fellow world leaders and aid agencies to help Sierra Leone overcome the effe (read more)

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Police come down on Menwith protesters

16-8-2017 11:06 PM | morningstaronline | similar news

POLICE have stepped up their monitoring of weekly peace vigils at a US spy base in Yorkshire. Menwith Hill, outside Harrogate in North Yorkshire, is packed with technical equipment linked to satellites gathering military, political and economic information from around the world. (read more)

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"We are keen to attract industry professionals, food critics and foodies alike, from across the UK – anyone who is passionate about quality food", says Chef Lorenzo Richards Written By:  Poppy Brady AWARD-W (read more)

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The EU fly in the ointment

16-8-2017 11:51 PM | morningstaronline | similar news

IT goes without saying that the Morning Star would far prefer negotiations over Britain’s exit from the European Union to be led by Jeremy Corbyn and his team. But until Labour replaces the Tories in government that responsibility lies with Theresa May, David Davis and. (read more)

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