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  THEY’VE re-written the acceptable parks’ behaviour rule book at Wandsworth Council and come up with some daft ideas.
  WOULD you ring up a restaurant to book a meal and then simply not turn up?
  BOLTON consultant Dr Kevin Jones knows that laughter is the best medicine.
  SOMETIMES something so blindingly obvious is stated in public that it takes your breath away. Such a moment happened last week.
  Artificial intelligence tech could lead to new forms of cybercrime, political disruption and physical attacks within five years say experts Wanton...
  The atmosphere at work has completely changed, in a way that’s hard to describe
  More than £7 million has been stolen from Scottish businesses and individuals through cyber crime in less than a year.
  Controversial plans to integrate railway policing into Police Scotland have been thrown into doubt after the scheduled start date was delayed.
  For many people living in rural areas of Yorkshire, frustratingly-slow broadband speeds are much more than an irritation, they...
  Academics call for investigation into effects of NHS underfunding and austerity politics The Department of Health and Social Care has been accused of ignoring repeated...
  The EU withdrawal bill contains a power grab of critical devolved areas such as fishing and farming – and ...
  The promise of EU membership for states in the region is welcome, but Russia, China and Turkey could create instability‘The second world war ...
  Councillors are elected to represent the public. But close ties to lobbyists mean they may put developers’ interests firstThe timeless practice of...
  Half a million people in the UK suffer from work-related stress, and psychological breakdown can creep up without warning. But what, exactly, is this ‘state of vital...
  Matt Brown, former scientific editor and writer, debunks some of the most common misconceptions about the final frontier.
  A “historic” overhaul of the income tax system was passed by MSPs last night in a move that will see major differences between rates paid in Scotland and the...
  The bank's rogue “restructuring unit” helped push some firms towards failure to create bigger profits.
  MPs on the Treasury Committee have decided to publicise the outrageous practices by RBS.
  Shamed Sean Morton's political ambitions were left in tatters after he was caught with the vile pictures.
  Retired clinical psychologist Peter McCue takes readers on a journey to explore the weirdest things British drivers have...
  The historic Daily Record front page, promising more powers for Scotland, led to Parliament making significant changes to income tax bands for the first time.
  Concerns have been raised over the future of the Green Street facility which has riled customers for weeks with its erratic opening hours.
  Joanne Moffat is challenging South Lanarkshire Council to up their game when it comes to road repairs.
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