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Monthly Archives: April 2017

Quirky cooking gets heated

Whacky ideas and ingredients on MasterChef have been causing a bit of a stir.

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Where we’re going, you don’t need roads…

It’s official – flying cars exist! For anyone who is a fan of the Back to the Future movies, this day has been a long time coming.

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To x or not to x

As someone who has never been the most socially competent person in a room, I find myself increasingly in a tangle over the rules of digital communication.

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Cake smash controversy

Pay a large amount of money for a beautiful set of baby clothes and a stunning birthday cake – mix the two together with the added ingredients of a one-year-old and a photographer, sit back and record what happens.

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What do you think of circular runways?

It is a rather unusual idea, but an engineer has come up with a proposal for a circular runway.

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Should Bank Holidays be scrapped?

We are reaching the stage of the year where there are loads of Bank Holidays, particularly with Easter being so late in 2017.

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Why the snap general election shouldn’t come as a surprise

Theresa May has announced a snap general election in June.

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Why do people risk crossing train tracks?

People crossing train tracks is one of the most ridiculous ways they can endanger their lives.

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Don’t use water to clean your contact lenses

I was fascinated to read the story of Irenie Ekkeshis this week.

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Why loyalty can cost you money

A couple of stories have emerged of the rising cost of car insurance and utilities over the past few days, and this is something that really irks me.

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