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Theresa May: We’re on course to deliver Brexit despite vote

Theresa May has said the UK is “on course to deliver on Brexit” as she arrived in Brussels, the day after her first Commons defeat as prime minister. She said she was “disappointed” at the vote on the EU Withdrawal Bill, but the legislation was making “good progress”. MPs backed an amendment giving them a legal guarantee of a vote ...

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FOOD DONATED BY BRITISH MUSLIMS WILL GO TO FEED HOMELESS SPENDING THE FESTIVE SEASON AT ‘CRISIS AT CHRISTMAS’ CENTRES IN LONDON

Muslim Aid appeals to Londoners of all faiths and none for foodstuffs for a Food Drive Friday (15 December), a flagship interfaith event to launch the charity’s Winter Campaign East Londoners carrying items of food for those who go without over the Christmas and winter period will give their donations to Muslim Aid outside the East London Mosque this Friday, 15 December, between 12 ...

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British Liver Trust urges people to sign up for Dry January

On the day that sees the largest number of us head out to the annual office party, the British Liver Trust is urging people to sign up for Dry January. The latest figures show that alcohol related liver disease is likely to overtake heart disease as the UK’s leading medical cause of premature death.1 The British Liver Trust is delighted ...

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Harvey Weinstein: Salma Hayek alleges he threatened to kill her

Actress Salma Hayek has described Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein as a rage-fuelled “monster”, alleging he sexually harassed and threatened her. Writing in the New York Times, Ms Hayek said Mr Weinstein once told her: “I will kill you, don’t think I can’t.” Holly Baird. a spokeswomen for Mr Weinstein, disputed Ms Hayek’s account. Dozens of actresses, including Rose McGowan, Angelina ...

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Film London and The Ink Factory join forces to pilot scheme of new starters

Film London and The Ink Factory have developed two new work placements in a bid to help level the playing field for those seeking starter roles in the capital’s screen industries. The paid, three-month internships will see Amina Aweis join The Ink Factory’s marketing team, while Nimai Inniss will undertake a development placement. Both recruits have now hit the ground ...

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Amitabh Bachchan: Women are taking over the world

Megastar Amitabh Bachchan, who is busy shooting for his next film in Thailand, finds it admirable to see women working on the set, saying they are taking over the world, reports Ians. On his blog, Amitabh wrote, “Serenity not just in the woods and the skies above, but on the work place as well. A serenity of a different kind ...

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Priyanka Chopra honoured with Mother Teresa Memorial Award for Social Justice

Priyanka Chopra has been working hard as a UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador towards social causes around the world. It was Angelina Jolie who was first to take up the cause of fighting for the rights of refugees being a Goodwill Ambassador for UNHCR and now Priyanka has taken the baton ahead. The international star received the Mother Teresa Memorial Award for ...

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Flavoured celebratory Victory 

Fatema Miah : This year 2017 16 December the  victorious day of Bangladesh marks  a memorable point. The celebration of Victory makes it double joyous.   The November 2017s acknowledgement of 7th Marchs speech as I wrote previously it marks a significant point in Bangladeshis ethnic domain, it is matter of pride and over due aspect of Bangladeshi peoples and Nations ...

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Jerusalem and Trumps utterance

Fatema Miah : Question is and it is concerning what Trump is up to about, fuelled up the fire in Jerusalem. We concern beings disapprove USAs dictationship and Israelis oppression. Trump fuelled fire in Middle East. Israel already power abusing on Palestinians, we cannot accept Trumps idioticness, Palestine needs support with homes and rights not be further oppressed.  Hamas isn’t ...

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