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Metropolitan Police Aug 9
Two people who stole a 90-year-old man's pension during a cowardly robbery in have been convicted after they were identified following an appeal for information.
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Rob Sheldon Aug 11
Distant photo of Barry Gardiner, the only sitting MP attending Hen Harrier Day, saying One of the original Sodden570, what great support
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Steven Saxby Aug 4
It was sad to hear from residents today that City West Homes has hassled them to remove plants and not keep pets! Social tenants deserve the same small pleasures as everyone else don't they?
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Gilberto Sing Aug 3
Beautiful evening at Whitehall Gardens
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John McCafferty Aug 12
12 Aug 1596: Henry Carey, 1st baron Hunsdon, son of Mary Boleyn & William Carey buried at Elizabeth I's expense in Abbey. A much-favoured first cousin of the queen, there were rumours that Henry VIII was his real father
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John McCafferty Aug 4
4 Aug 1557: d. Funeral & burial of Anne of Cleves, former spouse of Henry VIII at Abbey. She well outlasted him by a whole decade (St. John's Oxford)
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Scottish Parliament Aug 5
Brush up on your knowledge and refresh your memory on what powers are devolved to , and which are reserved to ! 👇
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MOLA Aug 9
Hidden beneath the streets of are ancient deposits that tell the story of the enigmatic and long-forgotten River Tyburn! Our expert geoarchaeologists have been bringing them above ground to analyse the secrets within. Explore our story map:
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Metropolitan Police Aug 7
A teenager who committed a series of knifepoint robberies across has been jailed.
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Jonathan Davies #FBPE #PeoplesVote Aug 12
It's time to start putting funding to the top of our 's agenda not just at time. Our schools are still in funding crisis it's time our 's future was put first it's time for our 's to start not
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Thomas Michael 20h
Replying to @wtrdragontoday
I've seen Labour bleat on about being real change for Scotland but I see no evidence that they will deliver any meaningful change. They say the SNP is obsessesed with centralisation but yet they don't want to give Scotland full autonomy from .
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John McCafferty Aug 4
4 Aug 1688: James Butler, 1st Duke of Ormond buried at Abbey Politician, survivor, royalist
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E Little-Pengelly MP Aug 8
The atrium at Portcullis House, part of the Palace of Westminster it was opened in 2001. Usually a v busy spot!
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Tom Hard Aug 6
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Country Squire UK Aug 9
Dominic Grieve was right about one thing in his petulant radio outburst against Boris Johnson yesterday. Yes we're in political crisis but nowt to do with Brexit. All to do with the lack of talent ballsing things up in Westminster
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Jens Jakobsen Aug 10
Early morning and I thought ! This combination will never work but it does ! Summeraster/Hydrangeas Better than cereals for breakfast -:)) I would say. Happy Saturday every one.
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Rich Aug 10
Replying to @SkyNewsBreak
Then stop the war on business!! Sky high business tax, the war on the car, making it difficult to shop in a city, not just about online shopping! but hey ho what would a or know about the realities about running a business or a high street shop.
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Steven Whyte Aug 8
Replying to @murdo_fraser @theSNP
The UK is politically divided. Blatantly obvious since won so many seats at Any other ground breaking news today Murdo?
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Liza Aug 11
Scotland is a net contributor to the UK. Or do you believe the figures? This graphic shows that only 16% of the population has 58% of the debt. The @ScottishGovernment is not allowed to borrow, only can.
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Just Live With It Aug 4
Replying to @bbc_thismorning
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