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The Brighton City Council will hold what will likely be the final vote regarding approval of a license for a gentlemen's club in the city when the members meet next Tuesday, Dec...The council approved a new ordinance governing such adult
10 December 2013 0 View comments A nationwide manhunt has been launched after a man who tried to break up a fight on a dancefloor was left with a five-inch gash across his face that needed fifty stitches. Ben Selby, 30, stepped in to try and stop a
Former teachers at a schools group under government investigation have claimed staff were ordered to "spoon-feed" students to meet grade targets. Ex-staff from the Barnfield Federation also allege some students with special needs were placed under
Luke Friend not only managed to land himself a place in the X Factor final but this week he's finally getting the chance to head home. The Devon born teenager has barely had the chance to catch up with his family and friends since he won a place on
P for Ellesmere Port and Neston in 2015 Mr Miller said he hoped he had been "a service to my constituents both individually and collectively" Andrew Miller, the MP for Ellesmere Port and Neston, has announced that he will stand down at the next
With England looking like they may struggle to get a first choice backline out for the 6 nations should the RFU look to adopt a similar approach and ensure key players get rested some weeks to keep them fit? rate this rate this Comment number 21.
9 December 2013 3 View comments A city has been forced to scrap its controversial 'Moroccan bazaar' Christmas market after immigration chiefs refused to let the north African traders into the country. Residents in Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, had
The new artificial surface at the Arms Park has been under the spotlight in recent weeks, but there was no doubting the fact that it contributed to what was a brilliantly free-flowing game between Cardiff Blues and Glasgow . The Blues' win was
Boscombe surf reef 'set for April reopening' BBC News Boscombe surf reef opened late and over budget in November 2009 Europe's first artificial surf reef is set to be reopened in April after a council received two insurance payouts to fund repairs.
More... 'A breakdown of communication between the council and the consultants led to an inaccurate letter being mistakenly issued. 'I have asked that the exact circumstances be investigated and measures put in place to ensure nothing like this can