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Monthly Archives: September 2015

Is bridge a sport?

It certainly stimulates the brain cells, but should bridge be classified as a sport?

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Get set for Strictly

Dust off your sequins and stock up on fake tan as a new set of stars take to the floor to battle it out on Strictly Come Dancing.

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The Queen’s longest reign

Queen Elizabeth II has celebrated becoming the country’s longest reigning monarch, surpassing the reign of her great great grandmother Queen Victoria. In actual fact the Queen marked the occasion in very low-key style, by opening a railway line in the Scottish borders. She downplayed the milestone by saying it was never anything she had aspired to and that ‘Inevitably a long life can pass by many milestones – my own is no exception’.

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Oktoberfest

Whilst summer is undoubtedly the most anticipated season of the year, it is often the most disappointing. 

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Bond gets a modern makeover

Big news: James Bond has become a modern man!

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Even the Queen tweets!

Even if you are not a royalist, it’s hard not to be a little bit impressed at the Queen’s 63 years on the throne.

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The future is down

When you see films or pictures of a future world, it always involves cities with flying vehicles everywhere – but maybe we have been setting our sights too high.  With traffic becoming an increasing problem in our society, it is not surprising we are all thinking of new forms of travel for the future – but maybe we have been imagining it all wrong.

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The many mysteries of Stonehenge

The mystery of Stonehenge just got bigger with the discovery of nearly 100… 

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