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In Battersea Park stands a statue of a little brown dog that marks the controversy over vivisection that has continued since the 19th century.
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On Saturday Quakers inaugurated a memorial, in the National Memorial Arboretum in Staffordshire, to peaceable service during and after World War II. The Quaker site lies a ten minute walk away from the iconic Armed Forces Memorial at the centre of the Arboretum.
When it comes to the thorny question of education, there are plenty of points of view around, with Michael Gove urging more rigour and the teaching unions staunchly opposing his plans.
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If a well known vet becomes ‘the face’ of a product such as a pharmaceutical or a campaign, are you more likely to trust that product?
The culinary equivalent of all those people sitting in the park in the early Spring sun with their beanie and scarves on, this granita allows you to dip your toe into Summer while keeping on firmly British footing.
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