Gangnam style tribute in Seoul

Gangnam style tribute in Seoul

Image  —  Posted: April 11, 2014 in Travel
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Panmunjom in the Korean DMZ

Image  —  Posted: April 3, 2014 in Travel
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A murmuration of Starlings from the Somerset levels on Saturday January 25th 2014.

Video  —  Posted: January 27, 2014 in Uncategorized
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n2GPTqxf8rE&bpctr=1378210903.

The link above shows video pictures of an alleged chemical weapons attack which took place in an opposition controlled suburb of the Syrian capital city Damascus on August 21st.

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During the recent coverage of the Wimbledon championships on BBC Radio Five Live the commentary team mentioned the case of an American player who had been caught smuggling human growth hormone into Australia before an event earlier this year. He was then given a two year doping ban, before  having the ban reduced to one year because he was ‘aiding’ the tennis authorities with other anti-doping measures.

Team Sky's Chris Froome
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The death of Margaret Thatcher has sparked a good deal of debate concerning her political legacy with, predictably, strong views being voiced on both sides. Even for someone like me – who did not experience the Thathcher years first hand – this is hardly surprising given that her policies have generally polarized opinion and debate.Margaret Thatcher funeral Read the rest of this entry »

On Monday Ed Miliband made a speech to the Royal College of Psychiatrists concerning the taboo surrounding mental illness. He spoke about the devastating human and economic consequences of failing to address the under- provision in mental health treatment and promised that, amongst other things, a Labour Government would re-write the constitution of the NHS in order to address this under provision.

Mental Health

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