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School Memories of the 80s

Going to school in the 80s was a completely different experience! Schoolkids today may find it hard to imagine life without their mobile phone or tablet, and similarly their school is likely to have a well-stocked computer suite, but back in the early 1980s, it would be amazing if...
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Premier League History

The top tier of English football is now in its 28th season. Contested by 20 teams, the Premier League was formed in 1992, after a period of dissatisfaction with the state of English football. It features English and Welsh clubs, making it a cross-border challenge. The league is one...
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Massage Types: Understanding What your Body Needs

Massage involves manipulating parts of the body using a trained therapist’s hands. By kneading joints and muscles, the therapist can release tension, eliminate toxins and evoke a sense of calm and relaxation. Massages are fantastic for those seeking stress relief, but they can also reduce aches and pains. The...
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Britain Before the NHS

It’s hard to imagine life without the National Health Service. Since its launch in Britain on 5th July 1948, it has provided free healthcare for people from all walks of life, putting an end to the practice of medical care being something only the rich could afford. In the...
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Golf Caddy: How Important Are They?

The role of a caddy on the golf course is an important one that is often overlooked. A caddy’s duties are designed to make the round go as smoothly as possible. In fact, their performance can be a contributory factor in whether the golfer wins or loses. There are...
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McDonald’s: Where it All Began

McDonald’s is one of the world’s biggest fast food restaurant chains, boasting a net worth of $151.19 billion. It operates 37,855 restaurants across the globe, in 120 countries and territories, with more than 210,000 staff and an annual revenue of $22.8 billion. The fast food giant began as a...
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Edwin Lutyens

Edwin Lutyens was widely regarded as the greatest British architect in history. He was a leading designer of English country houses, public buildings and war memorials. Later on, he lived in New Delhi, where he designed a presidential palace and many other structures, leading to a whole area being...
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Sir Winston Churchill: Minister of Defence

Voted as one of the greatest Britons of all time, Sir Winston Churchill was arguably the most inspirational Prime Minister this country has ever seen. Through his passionate and steadfast beliefs, he roused the nation to not give up during World War II, leading the UK to victory. Early...
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