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Astronomers find a giant star in the heart of the Milky Way

Swords Today 13 Jun 2021
“It’s nowhere to be seen” ... If Cambridge astronomers have not yet discovered this, it is because this star is a “variable” star. That is, the British newspaper explains that its brightness varies with time ... Jake Pearson ... Internet advocate ... Entrepreneur ... ....
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Boris Johnson’s “muscular unionism” will only drive Scotland further towards independence

New Statesman 10 Jun 2021
For the past few weeks Scotland’s newspapers have been reporting that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are being deployed north of the border to woo and win the hearts of rebellious Scots, no doubt at Downing Street’s behest.
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Bob Odenkirk expected to be mocked for action man role request

The Chanute Tribune 07 Jun 2021
Bob Odenkirk suspected people to laugh when he revealed he wanted to star in an action film ... Bob said. "Listen. When I suggested to my manager, 'I think I could do an action movie', I expected him to laugh. But he did not laugh ... In an interview with The Guardian newspaper, he said ... The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge 'sent Lilibet a gift' ... Vera Farmiga ... .
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Home Showcase: Victorian gem in Cambridge

Boston Herald 05 Jun 2021
The Cambridge Historical Commission has kept a record of old photographs, newspaper clippings and other artifacts detailing the home’s lineage — a neat walk down memory lane for the new owners as they discover and rediscover this Cambridge gem ... 35 Prentiss St., Cambridge, MA 02140 ... Prime Cambridge between Porter and Harvard Square.
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UK records another 3,398 coronavirus cases, 7 deaths

Urdu Point 31 May 2021
The total number of coronavirus cases in the country now stands at 4,480,945, according to official figures ... Britain's fight against coronavirus could turn bad "very, very quickly" unless the government acts cautiously on easing lockdown further, professor Tim Gowers from the University of Cambridge told The Guardian newspaper ... ....
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Hunger stalks India's poor in double blow

China Daily 31 May 2021
 . In last year's lockdown about 100m people in the country lost their jobs ... Britain's fight against coronavirus could turn bad "very, very quickly "unless the government acts cautiously on further easing the lockdown, the newspaper The Guardian quoted professor Tim Gowers of the University of Cambridge as saying ... Agencies - Xinhua. .
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Syria’s Victory Stuns NATO Enemies

Information Clearing House 31 May 2021
By Finian Cunningham ... President Bashar al-Assad was re-elected for a fourth seven-year term after winning 95 percent of votes cast. The achievement is stunning ... He is a Master’s graduate in Agricultural Chemistry and worked as a scientific editor for the Royal Society of Chemistry, Cambridge, England, before pursuing a career in newspaper journalism.
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UK records another 3,398 coronavirus cases

Beijing News 30 May 2021
London , May 30 (ANI/Xinhua) ... These figures only include the deaths of people who died within 28 days of their first positive test ... Britain's fight against coronavirus could turn bad "very, very quickly" unless the government acts cautiously on easing lockdown further, professor Tim Gowers from the University of Cambridge told The Guardian newspaper.
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UK records another 3,398 coronavirus cases, 6 deaths

China.dot.org 30 May 2021
The country also reported another six coronavirus-related deaths ... Britain's fight against coronavirus could turn bad "very, very quickly" unless the government acts cautiously on easing lockdown further, professor Tim Gowers from the University of Cambridge told The Guardian newspaper ... Enditem .
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"Very few" COVID-19 hospital patients in England received two jabs: health association chief

Sina 30 May 2021
Patients tend now to be younger, which means there was a lower need for critical care, he said ... Britain's fight against coronavirus could turn bad "very, very quickly" unless the British government acts cautiously on easing lockdown further, professor Tim Gowers from the University of Cambridge has told The Guardian newspaper ... Enditem. .
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India-related coronavirus variant could "become a big problem" in UK: expert

Xinhua 29 May 2021
Britain's fight against coronavirus could turn bad "very, very quickly" unless the government acts cautiously on easing lockdown further, professor Tim Gowers from the University of Cambridge told The Guardian newspaper. "So I think if that's the way you're going to play things, then you should be very, very cautious about every step you take ... .
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People would be ‘horrified’ if royals were used in independence campaign, says columnist Lesley Riddoch

Channel 4 27 May 2021
We spoke to Lesley Riddoch, a columnist for The Herald newspaper and a campaigner for Scottish independence, and began by asking what she thought of the meeting between the Duke of Cambridge and Gordon Brown ... .
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Launch of survey into Black British identity hailed as UK first

The Observer 24 May 2021
The project – a partnership between the University of Cambridge, the black-led consultancy I-Cubed Ltd, and Britain’s only national Black newspaper, the Voice – will provide an up-to-date portrait of Black British communities ... “We are absolutely delighted to be working with Cambridge University and I-Cubed on this project.
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Black British Voices Project: ‘Being black and British is an abundance of joy’

The Guardian 24 May 2021
Major survey will explore evolution of black British identity A major national survey, launched by ...
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The ‘free speech’ law will make university debate harder, not easier

The Observer 23 May 2021
The government has published its . Under it, universities will have a new duty to secure freedom of speech for staff members, students and visiting speakers ... It is not wrong to think that free speech is often threatened ... In 2020, the Daily Mail newspaper published a story accusing a Cambridge professor, Priyamvada Gopal, of inciting racism ... Read more ... .
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