Rugby World Cup 2015: England 60-3 Uruguay

Rugby World Cup 2015: England 60-3 Uruguay

Picture by Benjamin Chappell 10 October 2015Last updated at 21:54 By Tom FordyceChief sports writer at the City of Manchester Stadium England (21) 60 Tries: Watson 2, Easter 3, Slade, Nowell 3, penalty Cons: Farrell 4, Ford Uruguay (3) 3 Pen: Berchesi England’s doomed World Cup campaign ended with a few fireworks as they ran in 10 tries to complete an ultimately hollow final victory. Successive defeats by Wales and Australia had already ensured England…

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No, Theresa May – immigration is not the real threat to national cohesion

No, Theresa May – immigration is not the real threat to national cohesion

Gary Younge The Guardian News If the home secretary fears the UK falling apart she should look to Scotland and Northern Ireland, or her own party’s divisive policies Theresa May at the Conservative conference Tuesday 6 October 2015 19.55 BST Last modified on Wednesday 7 October 2015 08.24 BST the United Kingdom received 50% of the vote and 95% of the seats in Scotland; a report later that month revealed that the average house price in London was…

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Religion – Vicar calls for Bible to be on schools must-read list

Religion – Vicar calls for Bible to be on schools must-read list

Follow @Christianitymag News > UK > Vicar calls for Bible to be on schools must-read list A vicar in Birmingham has called for the Bible to be in a top 100 list of books young people should read at school. Revd Canon Dr Andrew Coyningham was speaking after the Schools Minister Nick Gibb approached the publishing industry to work out a deal to provide schools with 100 pieces of classic literature as cheap as possible….

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Labour Party Conference: Lord Salisbury Rubbishes ‘EVEL’, Says Plans Risk Playing Into SNP’s Hands

Labour Party Conference: Lord Salisbury Rubbishes ‘EVEL’, Says Plans Risk Playing Into SNP’s Hands

The Huffington Post UK  |  By Aubrey Allegretti Posted: 28/09/2015 16:24 BST Updated: 28/09/2015 16:59 BST One of Westminster’s most veteran members has rubbished his own party’s attempt to revoke some MPs’ voting rights, decrying the proposed ‘English Votes for English Laws‘ Bill as “ill-conceived and hurried”. Lord Salisbury, who has spent eight years in the House of Commons and 23 in the Lords, hit out at plans to ring-fence votes on English-only issues, claiming…

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