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Donald Trump’s Scottish golf useds abide heavy damages

Published in Odd and Fun on 14th November 2017

US president had to plough 1.3 m into debt-ridden Aberdeenshire resort as high oil prices gate-crash thumped its popularity Donald Trump’s loans to his golf useds in Scotland have increased to more than PS150m after their losings last year intensified, partly because of the high oil prices clang and money costs. The recent reports for […]

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Unearthed near Hadrian’s Wall: forgotten secrets of first Roman soldiers to fight the barbarians

Published in Odd and Fun on 12th November 2017

Dig team stumble across thousands of pristine artefacts at ancient fortres locate in Northumberland, writes Dalya Alberge Archaeologists are likening the uncovering to acquiring the raffle. A Roman cavalry barracks has been exhumed near Hadrian’s Wall, complete with astonishing military members and personal owneds left behind by soldiers and their families almost 2,000 years ago. […]

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Tilikum and Granny are dead. Here’s why you should care about these killer whales | Patrick Barkham

Published in Odd and Fun on 8th November 2017

The documentary Blackfish defied attitudes to our therapy of orcas, but these extinctions should warn against complacency Two more public figure passed on last week: an impressive centenarian and parish ruler; and a killer acting life imprisonment. They taught us about one of countries around the world most intelligent characters, and our own capability for […]

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‘We are still in survival mode’: island of Tortola rebuilds after Hurricane Irma

Published in Odd and Fun on 5th November 2017

Local occupants, financial services companies and British units compound to help British Virgin Islanders reassemble their lives ” Thank God for life” is a common everyday speech on Tortola, the largest of the British Virgin Islands. But since Hurricane Irma crushed through the luxuriant dark-green landscape of the minuscule British Caribbean territory less than 2 […]

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Climate change issues will affect all of us. So why the absence of necessity? | Polly Toynbee

Published in Odd and Fun on 24th October 2017

From Trump to Brexit, “were all” fixated on most immediate news storeys. We need to look at the bigger picture Tomorrow the world chills as Donald Trump becomes US chairman. Hopes that prudent consultants would mitigate the erratic, half-crazed river of inconsistencies pouring from his cheeks have been dashed as he picks fake information purveyors […]

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Snacking beings is wrong, but is it against the law?

Published in Odd and Fun on 16th October 2017

Jos e Salvador Alvarenga accuses of gobbling his travel companion to survive being lost at sea. If it were true, he wouldnt be the first to exhaust human flesh in extreme circumstances Has JosA( c) Salvador Alvarenga been contacting for the fava beans and chianti? The 36 -year-old sailor existed at sea for more than […]

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Disgust- how Donald Trump and Brexit activists win polls

Published in Odd and Fun on 13th October 2017

Irrational sensations of indignation can cloud our moral arbitration. Its is high time to get wise to legislators who elicited them to gain power What do Donald Trump, moist, and Pantone 448 C have in common? They all support the potent sway that resentment has over us. The word disgust is overused, and is not […]

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Trump could use UK trade deal to boost golf useds, say former ethics agents

Published in Odd and Fun on 30th September 2017

Richard Painter and Norman Eisen, top advisers to Bush and Obama, parent pertain over president-elects Scottish ventures: Our humanity has a puppy in the hunt Former White House moralities experts have warned that Donald Trump could manipulate a brand-new trade deal with the UK to boost his private tourism businesses in Scotland. Richard Painter, the […]

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Child refugees in Europe ‘forced to sell bodies’ to pay smugglers

Published in Odd and Fun on 19th September 2017

Governments urged to end most atrocious human rights contravention as report acquires pervasive sexual exploitation of migrant children in Greece Unaccompanied child refugees in Greece hopeless to reach the UK and other parts of northern Europe are being forced to sell their bodies in order to remunerate smugglers to help them with their outings, according […]

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‘Go sing with the angels’: categories pay tribute to Manchester preys

Published in Odd and Fun on 17th September 2017

Olivia Campbell, 15, from Bury, Nell Jones, 14, from Cheshire and Kelly Brewster, 32, amongst the 16 martyrs distinguished so far A mother of three was killed in the most traumatic direction imaginable their own families said on Wednesday, as they and the relatives of all 22 beings killed in the Manchester brutality had their […]

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