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    Health Services o/a Acuball

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Bahrain Grand Prix 2012: Why I will go this year - if the race goes ahead

Bahrain Grand Prix 2012: Why I will go this year - if the race goes ahead Everyone bar Bahrain's rulers, who still paid the $40 million blood fee, breathed a sigh of relief. With 60 days to go until the 2012 Bahrain Terrific Prix, the sport is in the same quandary again. But this time it is harder to know where to summer-house.

UK's Clegg: Cut Taxes on Low Paid

UK's Clegg: Cut Taxes on Low Paid By AINSLEY THOMSON LONDON—The UK's coalition authority should accelerate the introduction of an income-tax break for low-paid workers because the constraints on family finances is reaching boiling point, UK Deputy Prime Divine Nick Clegg said Thursday.

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The boonies needs to secure the €130 billion ($170 billion) bailout so it can move onwards with a related €100 billion ($130 billion) debt relief understanding large with private investors. That deal needs to be in place quickly if Athens is to keep a disorderly

Liverpool apologies seek to quell ugly echoes of Luis Suárez affair | Richard ...

Liverpool apologies seek to quell ugly echoes of Luis Suárez affair | Richard ... But so turbulent a relationship could go downhill again in an instant of flaring anger, and it remains a relief that, following three increasingly fractious encounters this season, Liverpool and Manchester Opinion will not be meeting again in the

Reporters fell on Baldrick quip like gannets on a shrimp: QUENTIN LETTS

The House also doffed its cap to Nick Boles (Con, Grantham & Stamford), who has just been found to have a tumour in his head.

And so, amid all this sorrow, to Baldrick. 

Mr Corbyn began by mulling on the elusiveness of Mrs May’s public position on the Brexit negotiations and her ‘Brexit means Brexit’ slogan.

He said: ‘I’ve been thinking about this for a couple of days…’ 

Cue hoots of mirth from the Tories, who consider old Jeremy incapable of serious thought.

Mr Corbyn continued that in order to understand Mrs May’s stance, ‘we should consult the great philosophers and the only one I could come up with was…’

Tory heckler: ‘Mao!’ Another: ‘Marx!’ A third: ‘Rupert Bear!’ 

Mr Corbyn’s engines juddered as he overcame these breakers. 

British Summer Time relief?

Is anyone else in the UK relieved that at the moment, we havent got those humid, boiling days that we've had in summers previously?

When I am at work, absolutely! Nothing worse than a sweaty humid council building!

Weekends, NO! Where is the sun? I may start suffereing with seasonal affective disorder early this year.

I'd like to be somewhere half way between the two.

Drying washing is a nightmare when the weather is like this. Can't hang it out, can't justify turning on the heating to dry it. Grrrrrrrrr.

Spot the mum lol

Yes, but it would be nice if it wasn't raining so much either! How about rain in the week while we're at work and nice summer weekends so we can have a barbecue or two!