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Great Britain's women win silver in the 4x400m relay and the men's quartet take bronze on the closing night of the World Championships (read more)


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Just a year after a campaign led by Women's Lives Matter saved South Yorkshire Women's Aid, funding cuts could kill it off again, finds FELICITY COLLIER (read more)

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Judges finally overturn Pinochet dictatorship’s assault on the right to choose (read more)

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Huddersfield-based business consultant Yvonne Witter shares her experiences of working in Italy AN AVID writer, social commentator and enterprise specialist, former Southwark Business Woman of the Year Yvonne Witter is blogging about her latest global assignment, which sees her actin (read more)

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SMOKE alarms in Britain that have passed official safety tests vary wildly in the time it takes for them to go off, a Which? investigation reveals today. The consumer watchdog carried out four controlled fire tests involving smouldering wood, solvent, plastic and cotton on smoke alarms. (read more)

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Maths genius, 16, heads for Cambridge

24-8-2017 2:07 AM | voice-online | similar news

Top pupil Andrew Ejemai will be one of this year’s youngest scholars attending the prestigious university Written By:  Glen Munro A 16 year-old boy is celebrating after being accepted to study at one of the world’s mo (read more)

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SOUTH KOREA rejected US calls yesterday to revise the five-year-old bilateral Free Trade Agreement (FTA), which the Trump administration claims is harming US workers. Speaking after a video conference with US trade representative Robert Lighthizer, Trade Minister Kim Hyung Chong said. (read more)

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The Union asks the Government to renew commitment to tackle racism today (Slavery Remembrance Day) UNITE, BRITAIN'S biggest union, is calling on the Government to mark today's (Wednesday August 23) Slavery Remembrance Day by committing to eliminate all forms of racism and hate crime t (read more)

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Labour calls for urgent boost to ‘living wage’

23-8-2017 11:32 PM | morningstaronline | similar news

by Felicity Collier RAISING the so-called national living wage to £10 per hour would benefit almost a quarter of Britain’s workforce, analysis by Labour reveals today. Party leader Jeremy Corbyn pledged in April to increase the legal minimum to £10 an. (read more)

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