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    Feb 29, 2016   Author : admin

One of Hollywood's biggest nights have finally come, and everyone from actors, actresses to directors and makeup artists have all come together to witness the finale of the awards season. We've already seen the stunning gowns and dresses that graced the red carpet during the Oscars night, with Jennifer Lawrence, Brie Larson, Lady Gaga and Julianne Moore being on the best-dressed list. Now, we're moving on to see who won what at this year's most coveted awards night.

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    Feb 26, 2016   Author : admin

This week, we’ve seen even more discussions about the Brexit: the prospects and possible dangers for the U.K. if it leaves the European Union. And that’s not surprising, as we’re slowing approaching the referendum date to stay or to leave the EU. 

Meanwhile, it was reported that annual U.K. net migration soared to 323,000 in 2015. Bad news surfaced for thousands of British workers: they face pension cuts and are at risk of losing their savings. 

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    Feb 24, 2016   Author : admin

Brexit would result in huge job loss across the United Kingdom and would also threaten the country’s economy, according to the BBC citing leaders of some of the nation’s biggest companies.

Some Britain’s largest companies, including Vodafone, BT, Marks & Spencer and many others, signed a letter and sent it to the Times, in which they warned that leaving the European Union would deter investment in Britain.

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    Feb 22, 2016   Author : admin

The incredible success story behind Facebook just keeps on going, doesn’t it? With around 1.59 billion active users, this social media platform accounts for 6% of all time spent online. Its popularity shows no signs of slowing down any time soon.

This is in stark contrast to the recent slowdown in Twitter figures. While the rival social media site struggles to entice new users, Facebook just keeps on growing. 

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    Feb 19, 2016   Author : admin

This week has brought a EU summit in Europe, which is considered to be a crucial moment in talks between Britain and the Eurozone to adopt EU reforms and discuss the probability and dangers of #Brexit. 

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    Feb 16, 2016   Author : admin

British PM David Cameron went to Brussels on Tuesday morning to hold crucial talks in an attempt to muster up support for his EU reform demands.

Cameron is scheduled to discuss EU reforms with European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker and senior EU MPs.

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    Feb 12, 2016   Author : admin

This week, it has been all about Brexit. A private letter written by Margaret Thatcher reveals that she would have campaigned in favor of Brexit. Meanwhile, British supermarkets that offer 'special offers' that cost shoppers over £1,000 a year face bans.

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    Feb 12, 2016   Author : admin

It was back in 2006 that the world’s first ever tweet was sent. “Just setting up my twttr” was the social network’s equivalent to “One small step for man...” and since then it has taken the world by storm.

Currently, Twitter has over 300 million active monthly users and about 6,000 tweets are sent every single second. So why is the company’s revenue dropping and what can they do about it?

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    Feb 10, 2016   Author : admin

Two passenger trains full of commuters collided in the German city of Bavaria on Tuesday morning. At least nine people have been confirmed to be killed with about 100 injured. 

The deadly crash took place near Bad Aibling, a town about 37 miles south-east of Munich. According to the trains’ operators, both of the collided trains had partially derailed and crashed into each other as carriages had overturned. 

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    Feb 10, 2016   Author : admin

Hollywood star Mark Ruffalo took his disappointment towards UK Prime Minister David Cameron for supporting fracking in the United Kingdom. In his recent Friends of the Earth interview, the Oscar-nominated actor warned the Prime Minister of making an enormous mistake, saying, "Mr.

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