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Long-Hour Office Work Risks Heart: Study

Long-Hour Office Work

In one of the latest studies it is revealed long-hour office culture can be bad for your heart apart from affecting the social life. Led by Professor Mika Kivimaki from the department of epidemiology at University College, London, the research…

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A 5YO Too Being Investigated By UK Police For Sexting

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A new data reveals UK police is investigating a serious matter about children sexting and has found as young as five years old has been found in the act. The data adds about four hundred children below the age of…

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Church Of England To Vote On New Sexuality Policy

Governing body of the Church of England is all set to vote whether special services should be held for transgender people amid protests citing Bible that humans are created either male or female and supporters clinging on the notion such…

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Over 120 UN Members Agree Ban On Nuclear Weapons

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Most of the United Nations member countries have agreed to a treaty to ban nuclear weapons at the UN headquarters in New York City. The treaty was approved by 122 votes while Netherlands opposed and Singapore abstained. United States, United…

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Birmingham City Council Bars ‘Burhan Wani Day’ Rally Permission

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The Birmingham City Council has acted fast over strong protest of Indian government to ban the “Burhan Wani Day” rally that is scheduled to be held on Saturday at Victoria Square. Burhan Wani was a militant of Hizb-ul-Mujahideen and was…

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One Year After EU Referendum Britons Face High Price, Lower Wage

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One year of a long journey of Brexit has been completed since EU referendum and it is time to examine the economic consequences during the period. The United Kingdom economy has grown at the rate of 1.8 percent in past…

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Rights Of EU Citizens In Britain To Be Discussed First In Brexit: Merkel

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A good start for the Brexit talks would be in ensuring the rights of European Union citizens in the United Kingdom, said German Chancellor Angela Merkel. She also added there are lot of several other questions too in the Brexit…

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UK, EU Negotiators Opens Brexit Talks

The Brexit negotiation has just begun. The talks are scheduled for one week every month and if things goes well the final withdrawal of United Kingdom from European Union may take place in March 2019. Amid the seven hours of…

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British PM Theresa May Stopped By Angry Crowd From Entering Church

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British Prime Minister Theresa May faced immense criticism on Friday by angered mob on her visit to St Clement’s Church. The people were provoked to chase her out after the PM failed to visit the victims of the Grenfell Tower…

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Formal Brexit Negotiations To Begin Monday: Officials

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European Union said the formal negotiations on withdrawal of United Kingdom from the bloc, commonly called as Brexit, to begin on Monday. Brexit Secretary David Davis and EU negotiator Michel Barnier made the announcement after preliminary talks between them in…

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