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  • Election 2019: John Crace on the lowlights and the gaffes | News0

    As the Guardian’s parliamentary sketch writer, John Crace has spent the past five weeks catching trains at the crack of dawn to secure a front row seat at events – anywhere in the country – where he can scrutinise the key players in this election. He talks to Anushka Asthana about what he has witnessed.

  • Milton Keynes stabbing: Five arrests as police launch murder inquiry

    Milton Keynes stabbing: Five arrests as police launch murder inquiry0

    Image copyright Google Image caption The stabbing took place near Padstow Avenue in Milton Keynes Five men have been arrested on suspicion of murder after a man was found stabbed to death in woodland. Police and ambulance crews were called to a wooded area between H6 Childs Way and Padstow Avenue in Fishermead, Milton Keynes,

  • Build a Successful Company by Ditching Your Perfectionist Mindset

    Build a Successful Company by Ditching Your Perfectionist Mindset0

    If you want to achieve Facebook-level growth, judge your company’s progress and not its perfection. December 11, 2019 2 min read Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. In this video, Entrepreneur Network partner Jeff Rose discusses one habit that prevents many people from achieving success: ignoring progress and focusing on perfection when a business is

  • Has the NHS got remarkably worse in the last nine years?

    Has the NHS got remarkably worse in the last nine years?0

    People’s experience of the NHS is that it has got remarkably worse. Barry Gardiner, Labour politician, December 9 2019 The photo of four-year-old Jack Williment-Barr waiting on the floor in Leeds General Infirmary has captured a key election issue: the NHS. Labour politician Barry Gardiner claimed on BBC’s Newsnight that the NHS has become “remarkably

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