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  1. Controversial Parklife Weekender music festival set to return to...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Prestwichandwhitefieldguide.co.uk

    Controversial Parklife Weekender music festival set to return to Heaton Park - with a THIRD day of music PARKLIFE Weekender is set to return to Heaton Park next summer - with a third day of music for neighbours to contend with. The two-day festival has been pencilled in for June 6 and 7, while Middleton indie-rock band The Courteeners will play a 20,000-capacity show there on June 5. It is understood that the festival has been given the green light, though event organisers have said nothing has been confirmed as yet and they were not likely to get a confirmation until next week.

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  2. Labour are party of public-sector privilege, says Ukip victor as he ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 21 | Daily Mail

    The former Tory, who retained his seat with a modest majority after switching to Nigel Farage's party, used his victory speech to tell supporters that Ed Miliband and his team were out of touch. He declared: 'The radical tradition, which has stood and spoken for the working class, has found a new home in Ukip.

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  3. Caitlin Rose Fitton, right, with Carol Godby at Grace's Place.Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 21 | Bury Times

    A GENEROUS youngster has raised A 250 for Radcliffe's new children's hospice by producing and selling her own CD. Theatre-mad Caitlin Rose Fitton, aged 12, has been dancing, singing and acting since she was three years old and attends Carol Godby Theatre Workshop in The Rock, Bury.

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  4. Medical Director, Henry Ticehurst with immuniser Janice SedgwickRead the original story

    Friday Nov 21 | Bury Times

    Pictured L to R is immuniser Janet Ellis, Chief Executive Michael McCourt, Acting Executive Director of Nursing Ian Trodden and immuniser Janice Sedgwick Bosses at community health provider Pennine Care are hoping more than 5,000 of its staff, equivalent to 75 per cent, will be vaccinated by February. In total, 5,258 care staff, including bank and temporary workers, are set to be immunised to prevent the spread of the virus.

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  5. More than 5,000 frontline medical staff to receive flu vaccineRead the original story

    Friday Nov 21 | Bury Times

    Pictured L to R is immuniser Janet Ellis, Chief Executive Michael McCourt, Acting Executive Director of Nursing Ian Trodden and immuniser Janice Sedgwick Bosses at community health provider Pennine Care are hoping more than 5,000 of its staff, equivalent to 75 per cent, will be vaccinated by February. In total, 5,258 care staff, including bank and temporary workers, are set to be immunised to prevent the spread of the virus.

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  6. 12-year-old releases her own CD to help poorly childrenRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 21 | Bury Times

    A GENEROUS youngster has raised A 250 for Radcliffe's new children's hospice by producing and selling her own CD. Theatre-mad Caitlin Rose Fitton, aged 12, has been dancing, singing and acting since she was three years old and attends Carol Godby Theatre Workshop in The Rock, Bury.

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  7. UK Independence Party's by-election win throws Britain into political abyssRead the original story

    Friday Nov 21 | KBMT

    Editor's note: Robin Oakley was political editor and columnist for The Times newspaper in London from 1986 to 1992, the BBC's political editor from 1992 to 2000, and CNN's European Political Editor between 2000 and 2008. The opinions expressed in this commentary are solely his.

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  8. UKIP's by-election win throws Britain into the abyssRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 21 | CNN

    UKIP's Nigel Farage will be reveling in his party's triumph and redoubling efforts to win over Euroskeptic Tories. Editor's note: Robin Oakley was political editor and columnist for The Times newspaper in London from 1986 to 1992, the BBC's political editor from 1992 to 2000, and CNN's European Political Editor between 2000 and 2008.

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  9. Up to 66 jobs at risk at Bury St Edmunds food factoryRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 21 | Bury Free Press

    Workers at the Mizkan plant, in Mildenhall Road, which produces Branston Pickle and supermarket brand products, were told on Wednesday that cuts will be made. Approximately 350 people are employed at the plant and there will be a 45 day consultation but bosses say there will be no job losses before Christmas.

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  10. 10 things to know about the United Kingdom Independence Party or UKIPRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 21 | The Straits Times

    UK Independence Party leader Nigel Farage is pictured as he looks through a window of the UKIP office in Clacton-on-Sea, in eastern England, on October 10, 2014. The UKIP claimed its second seat in Parliament on Friday, with Mr Mark Reckless beating the Conservative candidate on a margin of just under 3,000 votes at the by-election in his ward Rochester and Strood.

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  11. Mizkan foods reveal 66 jobs are at risk at Bury St Edmunds plant...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 20 | East Anglian Daily Times

    Workers at a major food plant in Bury St Edmunds have been told up to 66 jobs - just under a fifth of the workforce - are at risk. All jobs at the plant, off Mildenhall Road, appeared to be secure after Premier Foods revealed plans in 2012 to sell its Branston Pickle operation to Japanese firm Mizkan.

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  12. Leading ladies win national housing awardsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 20 | 24dash

    Two women from Greater Manchester who have helped to change people's lives in social housing have been recognised nationally for their achievements. Christine Amyes, Executive Director of People at Tameside-based housing association New Charter Group and Sally Bonnie, Director of The Collective Partnership, both enjoyed success at the 2014 Women in Housing awards.

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  13. Second man held over pub row deathRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 17 | Newsday

    A second man has been arrested over the death of a man who was allegedly pushed in front of a car outside a Greater Manchester pub. The 28-year-old victim, who has not been named, died in the early hours of Sunday outside The Carters Arms pub on Manchester Old Road in Middleton.

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  14. Fiance, 28, dies 'after being pushed into path of moving car during pub fight'Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 17 | Daily Mail

    Tragedy: Arron Wasdell, 28, died after he was allegedly pushed into the path of a car during a fight outside a pub A bridegroom-to-be has died after he was allegedly pushed into the path of a car during a fight outside a pub. Arron Wasdell, 28, died after a disturbance outside the Carters Arms pub in Rhodes, Middleton, Greater Manchester in the early hours of yesterday morning.

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  15. Murder detectives investigate man's death after being 'pushed in front of moving car'Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Nov 16 | Mirror.co.uk

    A man has died after being pushed into the path of a car after a row with a group of men. The 28-year-old victim died at the scene following the disturbance outside a pub at around 12.45am this morning.

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  16. Public meeting on controversial buswayRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 7 | Newsday

    Residents who say their lives have been blighted by the construction of Greater Manchester's first busway are set to meet transport bosses. But a number of residents said the A 68m scheme had created traffic chaos, with some parents even claiming the disruption had forced them to find different schools for their children.

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  17. Give up hope of outright victory, Ed: Labour MPs tell Miliband to...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 7 | Daily Mail

    Was murder of Hollywood executive a hit? Police reportedly believe Gavin Smith's was killed at 'direction of an individual by people experienced in violent crime' The day Elvis begged President Nixon to make him an undercover agent: Kevin Spacey and Michael Shannon to star in movie about the bizarre encounter Give up hope of outright victory, Ed: Labour MPs tell Miliband to slash number of target seats under plan to 'limp' into Number 10 Ed Miliband is being urged by Labour MPs to give up hopes of securing a decent Commons majority and focus resources on 'limping' into Number 10. Senior Labour figures have told MailOnline the leadership must slash the number of target seats from 106 to as few as 70. It comes amid growing fears that Mr Miliband's personal unpopularity is holding the party back and will fail to make inroads in enough constituencies to give him an outright majority.

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  18. Bonfire Night plot to oust Ed: Labour in crisis as MPs hold secret ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 6 | Daily Mail

    Under siege:Ed Miliband's exhausted expression yesterday - the bags under his eyes show the pressure is starting to tell on him Backbenchers horrified by a slump in the polls have told the chairman of the parliamentary party they want Mr Miliband out before the General Election. Following a meeting of North West MPs on the eve of Bonfire Night, members of the Shadow Cabinet are being urged to move against the leader and save Labour from a humiliating defeat in May. Several leading frontbenchers are understood to be privately discussing his leadership and only Shadow Chancellor Ed Balls leapt to Mr Miliband's defence in public yesterday.

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  19. Ed Miliband is reshuffling his teamRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 6 | Falmouth Packet

    Ed Miliband's leadership is under fresh pressure amid claims of a plot to oust him and an attack by a key left-wing magazine. The Labour leader carried out a mini-reshuffle of his top team last night that put the MP who ran his campaign for the party's top job in charge of the ground effort to win the general election.

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  20. Anas Sarwar promoted to Labour's shadow cabinetRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 5 | Sunday Herald

    Mr Sarwar is to become a shadow spokesman at international development after Jim Murphy's resignation as the main spokesman following his decision to stand as Scottish party leader triggered a reshuffle tonight. Glasgow MP Mr Sarwar announced last week that he would quit as no 2 in Scotland, after the results of the Scottish contest for the leader and deputy leaer are known mid-December.

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