With the Chancellor’s Budget almost upon us, many businesses and indeed individuals across the country are speculating about what George Osborne will announce and how this will directly impact upon them.
I try at all times to take this secondary breast cancer path with grace and dignity. I try to set an example and live to high standards but occasionally the mask slips. Occasionally I’m niggled by the small stuff and I get downright angry over things that just shouldn’t matter.
Tom Jenkins wrote a piece recently on the timeless photography debate about editing our pictures and retaining what can loosely be described as ‘the truth’ captured by the camera.
Only 14 per cent would pick London and only 1.3 per cent would pick the North East
Clampdown on hidden fees, planning toolkit, Architect in the House, Boris’s floating village
There is growing unrest amongst many dog owners in London. It seems that in the same way a motorist may, unwittingly, stray into the Congestion Zone or bus lane, so dog walkers may be breaking the law. Restrictions and enforcements across the capital are up and if London is used as a barometer, we can only assume it’s becoming a national issue.
Life with Rett Syndrome: ‘When my little girl was diagnosed, I had no concept how much things were going to change’
I lost an old friend this week. Not in the idiomatic sense that he passed away, nor in the literal sense that I misplaced him in a crowded supermarket and never found my way back to him.
Cricklewood tops the list
Ronni Ancona on Comic Relief: ‘To be able to bring eye care to an isolated community is a huge achievement’
As Red Nose Day comes round again on 15 March, I am taken back to 2011 when I took part in a five-day challenge alongside eight other celebrities for Comic Relief, raising funds for the international development organisation, Sightsavers.
My name is Hannah Bradley and I am 28-years-old. In February 2011 my world changed in an instant when I had a massive seizure in the early hours of the night. Luckily my partner was with me as I lost consciousness and was rushed to hospital. I really don’t remember much about the two months that followed apart from seeing many doctors and having constant headaches and a number of seizures.
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