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Stress and long-working hours means Britons are suffering from too many sleepless nights. A tiny 3 per cent of workers got their eight hours sleep a night, and one in ten people admitted to taking a...
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Primary school teachers are too shy to sing in front of their class. Music is compulsory until the age of fourteen but teachers are not receiving enough training. It is reported that one in three...
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The Proclaimers' number 1 hit has inspired an Italian man to walk 500 miles both ways to visit his girlfriend. The man is hoping that the gesture will help to ease the tension in the relationship...
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Arranged marriages are commonplace in other cultures, often being the normal way for people to meet their future husband or wife. In Britain however the practice is generally treated with suspicion,...
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Carry On catchphrase "Infamy! Infamy! They've all got it in for me!" has been voted as the funniest movie gag ever in a poll carried out by Sky Movies Comedy. Other classics included: "He's not the...
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Toddlers who spend more than three days in nursery each week are more likely to grow up and be antisocial, according to government research. However it also found that spending more time away from the...
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Keith Richards has admitted to the NME magazine that he snorted his dad's ashes mixed in with a line of cocaine. He said that they 'went down very well'. Does it bother you that rockstars are allowed...
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British airways have lost more luggage than any other European airline in the last year according to new figures. For every 1,000 passengers, 23 bags went missing. Also, across the 24 largest...
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Bring the family breadwinner was once a role proudly held by the male of the family. Women would do the housework and look after their husband's and children. Nowadays the picture is very different....
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A poll conducted by The Association of Teachers and Lecturers has concluded that aggressive and confrontational behaviour displayed by children is directly linked to TV viewing. Children are taking...
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For hundreds of years it has been a job for the boys. But that is no more. Women soldiers have taken up posts guarding Buckingham Palace and Windsor Castle. Women stood proud with their male...
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April is likely to see the BBC showing its programmes on some mobile phones. Subscribers on Vodafone, Orange and 3 networks are likely to be able to watch BBC1, BBC News 24 and BBC Three, apart from a...
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Prescription charges have been scrapped in Wales, while the rest of the UK are to have to pay ?6.85 for the privilege. As of April 1 Welsh people will no longer have to pay for their prescriptions,...
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Apes should have the same rights as humans. At least this is what organisation The Great Ape Project is claiming. What with a lady in Austria trying to adopt one, and so have the same rights as a...
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Young drivers pay expensive insurance premiums to be on allowed on the road, but does that make them safe? We've all seen them driving around with their music blazing and probably going too fast. Is...
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A health economist has proposed that doctors' pay should be slashed if they do not meet targets. Alan Maynard, professor of health economics at York University, also suggested reducing doctors'...
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A new patch for women who don't feel as frisky as they may once have done has come to the NHS this week. The makers of this drug Intrinsa say it could transform the lives of hundreds of thousands of...

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