After an intense campaign and many weeks of hard work by a dedicated team backed by a huge amount of public support, this week the news was gratefully received by all that the campaign had been a success and achieved its initial aim and objective. The official announcement was given by the Essex Success Regime that after listening to public opinion the plans had been revised and that all three local hospitals would remain open to ‘blue light’ emergency ‘999’ ambulances.
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So this week it has been reported that the Bank of England has backed the use of palm oil in its new £20 note after seeking an alternative to the tallow (animal fat) currently used in new style notes.
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Right now the whole world faces environmental crises of quite staggering scale; yet so many will deny or demonstrate complacent acceptance with out due consideration of implication for future generations. Continue reading Things will get worse if we do nothing
The potential for an exiting match lay ahead as the two teams cam out at Murryfield. Wales fans hoping to see a record setting try from George North, who currently held the joint title of 5 out of 6 matches. Scotland went into the match aware that they would need to be careful in the scrum, as they are the team who have given away the most penalties at the scrum. Continue reading Six Nations – 3rd round: Scotland v Wales