Monthly Archives: April 2019

Brides say bye to white dresses

2019 brides are ditching the traditional white wedding dresses. Designers have taken a different approach on the creation of their wedding dresses and have decided that a pop of colour is what’s needed this year. Brides have gone as far as wearing red dresses to their glorious day. Many people don’t agree with straying away from the traditional white look

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Bolton ordered to play next home games behind closed doors.

EFL Championship side Bolton Wanderers have been ordered to play their next home games against Middlesbrough and Ipswich behind closed doors. Bolton Council met with police and ambulance teams who said they are “not prepared to risk public safety”. The stadium’s safety certificate has been withdrawn by the club’s advisory group and they face winding-up petition from HMRC in high

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Brexit crisis: five hour cabinet meeting to find a solution.

The cabinet has held a five hour meeting  to tackle the deadlock of Brexit, as the next step come following a series of historic Government losses. On Monday MPs held a vote on four alternatives to the Prime Minster’s withdrawal bill which has failed gained a majority in the Commons. EU’s chief negotiator Michel Barnier has said a long extension to the UK’s current 12th of April exit date would  damage the EU.

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Museum of London: The Beasts of London Tour

The Beats of London tour showcases the many animals that used to roam wild in London. The newly introduced exhibition at the Museum of London, ‘ Beasts of London’, provides an ‘immersive tour through the capital’s history. The mighty lion, and the humble rabbit (which was introduced by the Romans as a food source) are represented along with rats and fleas which were

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