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  1. Britain falls silent for Tunisia attack victimsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Channelnewsasia.com

    Flags flew at half-mast as schools, government offices and the Wimbledon tennis tournament fell silent at midday to honour the victims of worst terror attack on Britons since the 2005 London bombings. Spectators stand on Murray Mount for a minute's silence in memory of the victims of the June 26 Tunisia attacks at The All England Tennis Club in Wimbledon, southwest London on Jul 3, 2015.

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  2. My wonderful grandfather the OlympianRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 7, 2015 | Henley Standard

    THE grandson of Olympic rowing gold medallist Richard 'Dickie' Burnell says he has no regrets about not emulating him. Piers Burnell went to Pangbourne College in order to row but lost interest before he could progress beyond junior competitions.

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  3. Heartbreak for families as Eileen Swannack and John Welch arrive at...Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Wiltshire Times

    FAMILY members formed part of a heartbreaking gathering to welcome home the bodies of a Wiltshire couple killed in the Tunisian beach massacre today. Coffins carrying the remains of John Welch, 74, from Corsham, and his partner Eileen Swannack, 73, from Biddestone, near Chippenham, arrived on a RAF C-17 aircraft at RAF Brize Norton in Oxfordshire this afternoon.

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  4. Labour candidate sparks fury after attacking the Tunisia repatriationRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Daily Mail

    A Labour parliamentary candidate sparked fury today after launching an online tirade against the government for helping to repatriate the victims of last week's Tunisian beach massacre. William Cass, Labour's defeated candidate in Aylesbury, said the 30 British holidaymakers gunned down by ISIS fanatic Seifiddine Rezgui should not be treated like 'fallen soldiers'.

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  5. Britain, Tunisia honor 38 victims of beach-resort attackRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Seattle Times

    Britain's Prime Minister, David Cameron, centre, stands in silence during a visit to Chipping Norton Health Centre in his constituency in Witney, England, as Britain remembers the victims of the Tunisia terror attack with a minute's silence, Friday, July 3, 2015. UNITED KINGDOM OUT NO SALES NO ARCHIVE Britain's Queen Elizabeth II and the Duke of Edinburgh, left, stand during a tour of Strathclyde University's Technology and Innovation Centre in Glasgow, Scotland, as Britain remembers the victims of the Tunisia terror attack with a minute's silence, Friday July 3, 2015.

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  6. Breaking Builders save Oxford property from fire started by ironRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Oxford Times

    The house fire in Hayfield Road early this morning was spotted by builders outside the property who were alerted when smoke alarms sounded. The left on iron was removed from the property and high power fans used to ventilate the smoke-filled ground floor.

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  7. Bus company shows off new rooftop solar panelsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Swindon Advertiser

    Residents, schools and businesses were invited to the Barnfield Road depot which opened to the public for a day for a special open day. And visitors had the chance to climb aboard a cherry picker to look at the firm's 700sq ft solar panel roof.

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  8. Ex-Paralympian in call to end shared space crossingsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Swindon Advertiser

    FORMER paralympian Lord Holmes of Richmond is calling to scrap shared space schemes like the controversial pedestrian crossing at Regent Circus. It follows a survey commissioned by the blind Lord Holmes where 62 per cent of the 600 people interviewed said their experience of such schemes was poor and such schemes are dangerous - particularly for the partially sighted.

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  9. Coffee shop owners set to move onRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | This is Wiltshire

    THE owners of a town centre coffee shop forced to leave the country after falling foul of immigration laws finished their last shift on Thursday. In May the Home Office rejected Melbourne-born Darkroom Espresso co-owner Jacky Collyer's last appeal to stay in the country, and the 27-year-old and her British husband, 28-year-old Andy Carter, began making plans to leave.

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  10. Scenes of silence: Britain remembers Tunisia attack victimsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Mashable

    For 60 seconds on Friday at noon, people across Britain united in silence to pay tribute to the victims of the Tunisia beach attack , in which 38 people - including 30 Britons - died. Queen Elizabeth II and British Prime Minister David Cameron were among those who observed the minute's silence, seven days after the gun attack, which also left dozens wounded.

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  11. David Cameron marks minute's silence for Tunisia victims at Chipping Norton medical centreRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Oxford Mail

    David Cameron marks minute's silence for Tunisia victims at Chipping Norton medical centre David Cameron observed a minute's silence for the victims of the Tunisia massacre while opening Chipping Norton medical centre. At noon, he joined in with people across the country to mark the deaths of 38 people who were killed in Sousse last Friday.

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  12. The Queen and David Cameron lead Tunisian massacre minute's silence for British victimsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Daily Mail

    A nation united in grief: The Queen and family who lost three loved ones join minute's silence for 30 UK victims of Tunisian massacre A minute's silence was held around the country at noon today, with The Queen and David Cameron taking part The families of those killed in the Tunisia terror attacks have been joined the Queen, the Prime Minister and millions of members of the public in a minute's silence to remember those killed on the beach at Sousse. The silence was observed around the country at noon - a week after the outrage - and flags are being flown at half-mast over Buckingham Palace, the Houses of Parliament and countless other buildings up and down the UK.

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  13. Station Road closure will not go ahead this weekendRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Get Reading

    Developers cite 'technical' reasons for not going ahead with the road closures and one-way system reversal connected to the Thames Tower facelift The closure of Station Road in Reading town centre will not go ahead this weekend as planned for "technical reasons" Sarah Millington, spokeswoman for Bowmer & Kirkland who are to carry out work a major refurbishment on Thames Tower, confirmed the proposed closure of Station Road due to go ahead at 4am tomorrow Saturday, July 4, until 4am on Monday, July 6, will not now take place. The closure was to move a 500-tonne mobile crane into position to lift a tower crane on to the top of Thames Tower in order to build four further storeys on the building.

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  14. New optimism for Honda's Swindon plant as latest model rolls of production lineRead the original story

    Yesterday | Swindon Business News

    Production at Honda's recession-hit Swindon plant is slowly rising again, bosses said yesterday as they unveiled its latest model, the high-performance Civic Type R. Described as the fastest front-wheel drive car on the planet, Honda said the launch of the Type R had created "a halo effect" around the plant with a new sense of optimism. Hundreds of jobs have been shed at the massive site at South Marston over recent years as sales went into reverse.

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  15. Britain, Tunisia honor 38 victims of beach resort attackRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Albany Times Union

    People observe the minute silence for the victims of the shooting in Tunisia last week, at the All England Lawn Tennis Championships in Wimbledon, London, Friday July 3, 2015. Fans and staff at Wimbledon observed a minute's silence for the victims of last Friday's attack in Tunisia, in which 30 Britons were killed in a shooting rampage at a beach resort in Sousse.

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  16. In pictures: Silence for Tunisia victimsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Newsday

    Images from around the UK and Tunisia as memorials are held to remember the 38 people - including 30 Britons - killed in last week's gun attack in Sousse. A minute's silence was held in the UK, while people gathered at the beach-side scene of the attack and linked arms to pay their respects.

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  17. Breaking FOOTBALL: Wantage Town and Didcot Town to clash in FA Cup...Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Bicester Advertiser

    The south Oxfordshire sides will meet at Wantage's Alfredian Park ground on Saturday, August 29 in a preliminary round tie. North Leigh will be away to either Cove or Shrivenham Town, while Banbury must travel to Chinnor or Hartley Wintney.

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  18. Mothers furious after school makes children as young as 12 learn...Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Daily Mail

    Mothers furious after school makes children as young as 12 learn 'sexist' play with outrageous chat-up lines and advice on how to bed Essex girls by getting them drunk Parents have condemned a school's decision to make children as young as 12 learn a 'sexist' play which features outrageous chat-up lines and advice on how to bed girls by getting them drunk. Pupils at The Warriner School, in Bloxham, Oxfordshire, were given the play Too Much Punch for Judy by Mark Wheeller to take home to revise last weekend.

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  19. Britain holds a minute's silence for Tunisia victimsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Daily Star

    LONDON: Britain's Queen Elizabeth II and Prime Minister David Cameron will hold a minute's silence Friday, a week after a gun massacre at a Tunisian beach resort in which 30 out of the 38 victims were Britons. Flags flew at half-mast as schools, government offices and the Wimbledon tennis tournament prepared to honour the victims of Britain's worst terror attack since the 2005 London suicide bombings at 1100 GMT.

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  20. Minute's silence: Nation comes to a standstill to remember 38 people killed in Tunisia attackRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Independent

    Note: We do not store your email address but your IP address will be logged to prevent abuse of this feature. Please read our Legal Terms & Policies A minute's silence will be held across the UK at midday today to remember the 38 victims of the terror attack in Tunisia.

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