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Monthly Archives: January 2018

Row breaks out over student funding

Justine Greening MP - beginning to backtrack on policies carried out when she was Education Secretary.

THERESA MAY announced a major review of how universities – and the undergraduate students they teach – are funded. The Labour Party is ready with its criticisms of current government policy – but a leading Tory has rushed into the controversy too. ...

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Can we find courier conman?

The suspect

A CRUEL COURIER CON has seen an elderly man lose over £2,500. The con began on 17th November last year when a man in his 80s, who lives in Bermondsey, received a phone call from someone claiming to be Hammersmith ...

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Corbyn pledges to house the homeless

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JEREMY CORBYN has announced plans to tackle homelessness – with the first target being an emergency acquisition of 8,000 properties to accommodate people who are sleeping on the streets. The Labour Leader was speaking on BBC1’s Andrew Marr Show at ...

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Enjoy National Blue Pancake Day!

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IT IS National Blue Pancake Day. That’s breakfast sorted, then. Or, if you’re reading this in the afternoon – lunch, your afternoon tea break, tea, or dessert after dinner. It wasn’t an imaginative person who named blueberries. It’s like the ...

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