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Cardiff schoolchildren boycott plastic red noses for Comic Relief to protect environment

A group of schoolchildren have said they're not going to wear red noses in aid of Comic Relief due to the detrimental effect plastic can have on the environment. The students, who attend Ysgol ... read more

Social services chief apologises to birth family of baby girl killed by her gay adoptive fathe

A toddler was murdered by her adoptive father under the noses of social workers and doctors who refused to accept he was anything other than a 'positive parent', a damning report revealed today. ... read more

Just as the Chesapeake Bay recovers, its funding is stripped away

He knows where the seagrass likes to grow, where the ospreys return to roost and the oysters have begun to form reefs – like back in the good old days before everything, it seemed, began to wither and ... read more

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Denver councilman: Rein in medical marijuana

Citing a “regulatory vacuum,” that allows a freewheeling culture among some Denver medical-marijuana dispensaries, Councilman Charlie Brown wants to establish a broad raft of regulations on the ... read more


White House Adviser Van Jones Resigns Amid Controversy Over Past Activism

Fox News Channel host Glenn Beck launched the drive against Jones and all but declared war on him after a group Jones founded in 2005, ColorofChange.org, led an advertising boycott against ... "The ... read more

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Eureka !! My local Pub opened their smoking room and it's brilliant. It's a covered area with a large balcony, and it's mostly covered in glass so it's bright and airy. It is at the back of the lounge ... read more

The Frankenfood Conspiracy: Secret summit where slick lobbyists for bio-tech giants seduced Tory Ministers into changing their tune on GM food

A total of 22 guests attended, including such lofty power-brokers as science minister David Willetts, one of the most senior Conservatives in the Government, and Lord Taylor — then a minister in the ... read more



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