Adverts which suggested gay people could be cured have been banned from London buses, a £9 billion pension 'black hole' and there is a rise in the number of whooping cough cases.
Adverts which suggested gay people could be cured have been banned from London buses, university to have alcohol-free areas for Muslims and a seagull rescue.
Comedian Tim Vine, this week’s ‘Fourfer’ is Gregory Isaacs, Nigel Barden on food and singer Juliet Kelly.
Danny and Baylen look after the peacocks and swans and listen to random stories involving glue and saws.
Black people in Britain are more likely to be unemployed than those in the United States and a man who blinded his girlfriend by gouging her eyes admits causing grievous bodily harm with intent. Show more
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Director of Faith Matters Fiyaz Mughal OBE and media consultant Jodie Dalmeda in The Rum Shop, director Paulette Randall, hypnotherapist Dave Sabat and Olympic legend Tessa Sanderson.
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