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Director Gareth Edwards discusses his new sci-fi film where aliens have invaded Mexico, leaving the area an ‘infected zone.’
I’m no real fan of betting on this competition because the teams involved are rarely outstanding and often closely-matched, plus team news is hard to come by in time for the ‘I’ deadlines.
Tim Henman was a mythologised sporting persona in my youth. Not quite of the Jonny Wilkinson or David Beckham ilk; in all honesty, I can’t say I ever swooned at the sight of Tiger Tim, and we certainly didn’t discuss his physique in the playground during break. But, to the probable horror of my school friends, come the summer months, Neighbours and Home and Away didn’t get a look in.
On Thursday 26th November, the Prime Minister announced that he was planning to measure the well-being of the UK population. Although, at first sight, just some new questions in a statistical survey, this is potentially a very significant step.
It was hard yesterday to get your head around a tournament that is almost three years away.
The previous government’s controversial programme for preventing violent extremism is currently being reviewed by the Home Office. How did it happen that programmes which were introduced with the aim of promoting “community cohesion” and preventing the influence of violent extremists ended upachieving the opposite of what they set out to achieve?
It really is the headline on page 29 of today’s Daily Mail.
Three decades into the epidemic and with over 30 million currently living with HIV, the issue of stigma and discrimination still remains at the fore for people living with HIV.
Ipswich are struggling. They are on a four-match losing streak, only one of them against a team in the top half of the Championship, and have lost eight of their last 12 matches.
The makers of Fiji Water appear to have about as much of an attention span as the air-headed celebrities who quaff their overpriced bottles of H2O.
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