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On Sunday the tables were turned on me in a most delightful manner. Every year the local YMCA organises a fun run incorporating a 10km adult race and 1 mile children’s races round the local park .
This event is dear to my heart because it was the first ever 10km race I took part in. [...]
US President Barack Obama, who is visiting the UK at the moment, will be aware of the urgent humanitarian situation facing 3,400 Iranian pro-democracy supporters in Camp Ashraf, Iraq, who came under deadly attack by Iraqi armed forces last month at the behest of Iran.
In this episode Peter Amor visits the historically important family owned Elgood’s Brewery in Wisbech, Cambridgeshire and Pete Brown reviews some of the East’s finest British cask-conditioned beers
at The Fat Cat Free House in Norwich, Norfolk.
Jamal Edwards is a guy with his finger on the pulse. His online channel, SB TV – arguably, the biggest youth media network in the UK – has pushed the careers of Ed Sheeran, Devlin and countless others to stratospheric levels. In doing so, he’s clocked up 39 million video views, 50,000 subscribers and trips to Texas to film the likes of Tyler, The Creator and Wiz Khalifa. With both a clothing line and record label in the works, the 20 year old is set for world domination throughout New York and beyond. Ryan Bassil sits down with the young entrepreneur.
When Michael Schumacher crossed the finish line at the Catalunya circuit in the Spanish Grand Prix in 2004, he was on the way to picking up his seventh world championship title. It was his fifth consecutive win of the season and Ferrari had once again proved their dominance in motor racing’s flagship sport.
Yesterday morning, as the minarets of Tehran chimed the start of morning prayers, Iranian police were tearing thousands of satellite dishes from the roofs of houses and offices across the countries capital, in the most blatant act of disregard for civil rights since internet restrictions began in 2009.
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Fine contribution to my series of Questions to Which the Answer is No from Huffington Post: number 613.
The sample (right) proves my point.
Meanwhile, my attention has been drawn to this letter to The Daily Telegraph on Saturday:
SIR – I am reminded of an after-dinner game in which guests score points for coming up with a question to [...]
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