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Browns Cafe, Oxford

The cafe is located in the Covered Market which dates back to the 18th century. On its menu, you’ll find traditional English breakfast, burgers, omelettes, steaks, jacket potatoes etc , all at reasonable prices. 268 more words

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Despite Tensions, Russia Remains Most Reliable Gas Supplier for Europe

Currently, Europe gets more than 30 percent of its gas from Russia. This region remains Gazprom’s key market by value, accounting for nearly 60% of gas revenues. 646 more words

Politics

New big data paper

Anna Rosso and I have just published the next phase of our big data project. Kindly funded by NESTA, this builds on the work we did with Google… 240 more words

Cities

Warm up: No.15 'Upcycled' Observations

I haven’t uploaded one of these for a few days, so I think it’s time to add another. I’ve actually got number 16 done too, I’ll upload it later today or tomorrow. 20 more words

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Economic Recovery Not Reaching the Low-Paid

A staggering 13 million people in the UK today are in poverty, a report published by the Joseph Rowntree Foundation earlier this week has said. This isn’t news. 540 more words

Butcher of Baghdad's Humanitarian Awards

Tony Blair, A.K.A The Butcher of Baghdad, has recently been awarded the Global Legacy Award by the NGO Save The Children for his “anti-poverty” work. However there has been huge backlash among social media and within the organisation facing the decision to award the controversial figure. 380 more words

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