Three-unique-words ‘map’ used to rescue mother and child

How three words - "weekend", "foggy" and "earphones" - rescued a mother and child after a car crash.

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Lloyd’s of London to tackle sexual harassment reports

The Lloyd’s of London insurer unveils its plan after women complain of “entrenched” sexist culture.The post Lloyd’s of London to tackle sexual harassment reports appeared first on Education – Career – Word Games – Distance learning.
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Ryanair trolling of British Airways’ mistake backfires

Ryanair’s attempt to tease British Airways over its flight plan mistake backfires.The post Ryanair trolling of British Airways’ mistake backfires appeared first on Education – Career – Word Games – Distance learning.
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How a kingfisher helped reshape Japan’s bullet train

The bullet train used to make a loud boom going through tunnels – but inspiration from the natural world helped fix it.The post How a kingfisher helped reshape Japan’s bullet train appeared first on Education – Career – Word Games – Distance lear… Continue reading

Bees: Many British pollinating insects in decline, study shows

Rarer pollinators are struggling and scientists say this could threaten the UK’s long-term food security.The post Bees: Many British pollinating insects in decline, study shows appeared first on Education – Career – Word Games – Distance learning.
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Huawei shows off flagship camera phone

Two new smartphones from Huawei use artificial intelligence to create better exposures.The post Huawei shows off flagship camera phone appeared first on Education – Career – Word Games – Distance learning.
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NHS pays £6.2m to man brain-damaged in childhood

The man was one year old when he contracted encephalitis while in hospital in Watford.The post NHS pays £6.2m to man brain-damaged in childhood appeared first on Education – Career – Word Games – Distance learning.
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Purdue Pharma settles opioid lawsuit for $270m

The drug company owned by the wealthy Sackler dynasty is facing 2,000 claims over its painkiller.The post Purdue Pharma settles opioid lawsuit for $270m appeared first on Education – Career – Word Games – Distance learning.
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In pictures: Royals visit Cuba

The Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall have made history by becoming the first members of the Royal Family to visit Cuba.The post In pictures: Royals visit Cuba appeared first on Education – Career – Word Games – Distance learning.
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Climate change petition: Oxford students campaign for better teaching on subject

Four school pupils are petitioning for the subject to be taken more seriously in schools.The post Climate change petition: Oxford students campaign for better teaching on subject appeared first on Education – Career – Word Games – Distance learning.
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Councils fixed more potholes as budgets grew

But nearly £10bn is needed to bring all roads up to scratch, an annual survey suggests.The post Councils fixed more potholes as budgets grew appeared first on Education – Career – Word Games – Distance learning.
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Airbus secures multi-billion dollar jet order from China

It comes as rival Boeing works to rebuild confidence in its 737 Max aircraft after two fatal crashes.The post Airbus secures multi-billion dollar jet order from China appeared first on Education – Career – Word Games – Distance learning.
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Brexit: Action urged to preserve EU citizens’ rights to benefits

EU nationals who have paid UK taxes for years could be denied benefits after Brexit, says a report.The post Brexit: Action urged to preserve EU citizens’ rights to benefits appeared first on Education – Career – Word Games – Distance learning.
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MPs vote: What’s next for Brexit?

With MPs voting to take control of Commons business, what does this mean for government and how will it affect the Brexit process?The post MPs vote: What’s next for Brexit? appeared first on Education – Career – Word Games – Distance learning.
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Line of Duty: New series is ‘scariest yet’

AC-12 are hunting “Balaclava Man” and his gang of murderous criminals as the hit TV drama returns.The post Line of Duty: New series is ‘scariest yet’ appeared first on Education – Career – Word Games – Distance learning.
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Surgeons who want you to touch knife crime

A medical team is trying to intervene to stop stabbings, rather than waiting to treat them when they happen.The post Surgeons who want you to touch knife crime appeared first on Education – Career – Word Games – Distance learning.
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King John royal charter found in Ushaw College Library

The document, from the reign of King John, was issued on 26 March 1200 – exactly 819 years ago.The post King John royal charter found in Ushaw College Library appeared first on Education – Career – Word Games – Distance learning.
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Breast ironing: ‘I remember screaming a lot’

A woman tells of the pain she experienced as a child being subjected to breast ironing.The post Breast ironing: ‘I remember screaming a lot’ appeared first on Education – Career – Word Games – Distance learning.
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Joe Lycett calls for better LGBT dialogue

The comedian says people need to be ‘compassionate’ when they communicate online.The post Joe Lycett calls for better LGBT dialogue appeared first on Education – Career – Word Games – Distance learning.
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Breast ironing awareness ‘needed in school’

The practice involves ironing a girl’s chest with hot objects to delay breasts from growingThe post Breast ironing awareness ‘needed in school’ appeared first on Education – Career – Word Games – Distance learning.
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