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Watch: Ed Mili thinks Cameron should have first go at forming coalition - Sun Nation

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sunnation.co.uk - When you vote on Thursday, beware the ghosts of expenses past. Ex-MP Joan Ryan is running again, hoping voters in Enfield will forget her £5,000 mortgage “over-claim”. Former Hendon MP Andrew Dismo...

World Press Freedom Day 2015 | United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization

unesco.org - Every year, 3 May is a date which celebrates the fundamental principles of press freedom; to evaluate press freedom around the world, to defend the media from attacks on their independence and to p...

Emergency Reproductive Health Kits | UNFPA - United Nations Population Fund

unfpa.org - UNFPA maintains stock of 18 different essential reproductive health kits (RH Kits), ready to ship for urgent and emergency requests. The kits are divided into three blocks, and are designed to resp...

A weekend to remember in London for VE Day 70 - News stories - GOV.UK

gov.uk - Friday 8 May 2015 is the anniversary of VE Day (Victory in Europe Day), marking 70 years since the end of the Second World War in Europe. Three days of events in London and across the UK will mark ...

Fittall and Croft speak up for church reform proposals

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churchtimes.co.uk - THE Secretary General of the General Synod, William Fittall, has led a robust defence of the proposed Reform and Renewal programme. Writing for the Church Times, Mr Fittall criticises the "fatalism...

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Election 2015: #EdStone - BBC News

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bbc.co.uk - The #EdStone has drawn much comment, a fair amount of photoshopping, the odd Moses reference and more than a few comparisons with BBC political drama The Thick of It as the Labour Party leader unve...

"How can a Christian vote Tory?" - Archbishop Cranmer

archbishopcranmer.com - It has been the most frequent question posed over the past month or so – sometimes emailed or DM’d; most often tweeted, and frequently interrogated in the chat threads. It isn’t only Christians on ...

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