Classic Crossword – 17th March 2017

We have updated our crosswords – so you will notice a few differences which should make your experience better. The new features are: – The ability to save your progress with any crossword by clicking on the Disk icon – You can also change the font size by using the Aa icon – Using the bin icon will completely reset ...

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Quick Crossword – 17th March 2017

We have updated our crosswords – so you will notice a few differences which should make your experience better. The new features are: – The ability to save your progress with any crossword by clicking on the Disk icon – You can also change the font size by using the Aa icon – Using the bin icon will completely reset ...

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Garth – 17th March 2017

Garth is the Mirror’s time-travelling comic strip superhero. The strip originally ran from 1943 to 1997. Due to public demand, reprints of classic stories began in 2011 Click here to Read from the source

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Former Power Rangers actor pleads guilty to killing roommate with sword

A former a Power Rangers actor has pleaded guilty to voluntary manslaughter for stabbing his roommate to death with a sword. Prosecutors said Ricardo Medina, who was best known for his role in the Power Rangers Wild Force children’s televisions series, stabbed his roommate to death with a sword during an argument. The 38-year-old entered the plea during a hearing ...

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Voice of the Mirror: Theresa May's most stupid cut of all will be destroying our children's education

Destroying our children’s education is the stupidest cut of all from Theresa May . Parents must rise up and force the Prime Minister into another U-turn or generations of pupils from families unable to buy expensive private educations will be ruined by Tory idiocy, incompetence and ideology. Every mum and dad already knows how hard heads struggle to maintain and ...

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The polite vaping guide – the dos and don'ts of electronic cigarette smoking

Social etiquette experts Debrett’s has issued a guide to polite VAPING – including never vape in bed or blow vapour into someone’s face. Around 2.2 million UK adults use an electronic cigarette but there are clouds of confusion over the social rules. More than a third (35 per cent) of vapers admit they don’t really know where they can and ...

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Dozens of rights activists killed in Colombia in 2016

A report on Colombia by the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights says dozens of rights activists have been killed last year. It says most victims were human rights leaders or members of leftist political organisations and calls on the government to provide protection. Areas with illegal drug crops were the most dangerous, it said. The UN warned that armed ...

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Haddock from UK waters removed from sustainable seafood list

MCS takes some haddock fisheries off green list – but Scottish fishermen accuse it of ‘dressing advocacy up as science’ <!–[if IE 9]><![endif]–><!–[if IE 9]><![endif]–> The MCS suggests fish-eaters should buy haddock from the north-east Arctic and Iceland. Photograph: Teubner Foodfoto/Alamy It is among the most popular fish in the UK, but haddock may soon be off the menu in ...

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Gig economy companies trying to have their cake and eat it, say workers

CIPD says self-employed contractors are being used to to cut costs – but such people are generally satisfied with their income <!–[if IE 9]><![endif]–><!–[if IE 9]><![endif]–> UberEats couriers protest outside the company’s headquarters in south London last year. Photograph: Alamy Companies operating in the gig economy are “having their cake and eating it” by treating workers like staff while avoiding ...

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'It's UTTER HYPOCRISY' Fuming SNP MP blasts May, Mundell and Davidson in scathing rant

Appearing on Channel 4 News on Thursday, Hannah Bardell also dodged a question about now being “snookered” with regards to the timing of Brexit and a potential Scottish referendum. The politician denied the party’s “fox had been shot” during a grilling from presenter Matt Frei after Scottish Secretary David Mundell confirmed the Government would not grant permission for a referendum. ...

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