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September 2015

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9 Pairs Of Jeans You Have Definitely Owned In Your Life

Throughout our lives we have made some questionable fashion decisions, not least in the denim department.  So in celebration of Jeans For Genes Day (23 September) and raising awareness of genetic disorders, we are looking back over our denim history. From the humble pedal pusher to the skinny jean, things are…

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Jamie Oliver Hits Out At Theresa May’s ‘Frankly Underwhelming’ Childhood Obesity Strategy

HuffPost UK Jamie Oliver, pictured guest editing The Huffington Post UK’s Thriving Families month, called the government’s Childhood Obesity Strategy plans ‘underwhelming’. Jamie Oliver says he is “in shock” over Theresa May’s stripped-down Childhood Obesity Strategy, calling the plans “disappointing” and “frankly, underwhelming”. Plans to restrict junk food advertising and promotional deals on…

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British Surgeons Perform World’s First Robotic Eye Operation

British surgeons have successfully performed the world’s first robotic operation inside the eye, paving the way for a revolution in ocular surgery. Patient Father William Beaver, 70, an associate priest at St Mary the Virgin Church in Oxford, said his eyesight was returning following the procedure. He had previously experienced…

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24 Flawless Notting Hill Carnival Queens In 2016

Notting Hill Carnival sees the streets of west London filled with the feather crowns and bejewelled bikinis of our dreams, and the 2016 festivities did not disappoint. Held every August bank holiday weekend since 1966, the two-day party has its roots in the Caribbean carnivals of the early 19th century,…