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The Tories' deal with the DUP was branded a "straight bung" as anger flared across Great Britain over the extra £1bn for Northern Ireland. The Conservatives have struck deal with the DUP in exch...
'Making things fun and making the most of the experience is what I wanted.'
“Don’t let social media taint your view of what is beautiful.”
And the results were stunning.
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After capturing 65 births, here are the ones that stood out.
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Tony Blair is rumoured to be eyeing a return to UK politics in order to save Brexit negotiations from "lightweight" Theresa May and "nutter", Jeremy Corbyn. The former PM is seeking to establish a...
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‘We want women to be proud of the amazing thing they are doing.’
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This... There isn't really any need to say anything more than that - how can you top a video mashup of Jeremy Corbyn singing Queen's 'Another one bites the dust'? The video was made by the good fol...
Several MPs who resigned from shadow cabinet could be ready to return.
What people don’t tell you is that there are three pelvic floors. Your ‘pee hole’, your ‘love hole’ and your ‘exit only hole'. Thankfully (kinda), my first two were fine after the birth, but I had no idea of the surprise that was to come.
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An international student was paid as little as 47 cents an hour to work at a 7-Eleven, a law firm says. The allegations are the latest in a series to plague the convenience store chain, following evid...
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Rampant wage rip-offs don't only leave workers less in their pockets (and less to spend), it also drives down the pay and conditions across the workforce. It doesn't just deny people a fair day's pay for a fair day's work, it undercuts the millions of employers who are doing the right thing.
Joe Hockey once boasted that it is not the role of government to reduce inequality. I ask this simple question: if it is not the role of government, whose role is it?