Friday, 8 August 2014

London, where's that?

Episode 6

Recent stories about London posted on the BBC text news page.

Foreign Office warning UK Citizens living in the United Arab Emirates that they could be subject to Sharia law.

Insurers warned that recent changes in the Riot Damages Act could cause higher insurance premiums.

Man arrested after a falling door kills 2 men at a music venue in Guilford. Arrested man comes from Bridgnorth, Shropshire.

There has been a 40% rise in the number of patients in the UK given antibiotics for coughs and colds this century.

Scientists have developed a mathematical equation that can predict momentary delight.

Man banned from keeping dogs for 2 years by Hatfield Magistrates Court after dog cruelty case. Dog believed to belong to a woman from Stevenage.

Suffolk MP complains about the salary paid to the chief executive of the West Midlands and East of England Ambulance Service.

Sexual health charity offers HIV tests at libraries in Bracknell and community buildings in Wokingham and Newbury. Follows success of a project in Slough.

Amy Hughs from Shropshire is trying to break the Guinness World Record for the number of marathons run in consecutive days. She will run in Chester.

Doctor Who red carpet event in cardiff. The series is made in Wales.

A woman told that breast feeding a baby broke the "no food or drink" rule in a swimming pool in Newport Pagnell.

Another story about Doctor Who event in Wales.

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