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Don Richmond: Tips for Aspiring Musicians - Story

(Source: www.schoolbag.sg)

“It didn’t matter who you were or which standard you were from, if you could play and sing, then let’s jam,” said Don Richmond as he reminisced about his school years, which was the starting point of his creative success.Photo credit: Darryl Chan… 934 more words

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Europarl against foreign fighters

To counter the growing threats from “foreign fighters” travelling to conflict zones for terrorist purposes and “lone wolves” planning solo attacks, new EU-wide rules were approved by Parliament on Thursday. 190 more words


Exclusive: #Farage points finger of fraud at #Nuttall; Nuttall does too #StokeCentral #Hillsborough

Something remarkable happened this week and it seems to have escaped the notice of, well, everyone.

Not so surprising, perhaps, in view of the ever-increasing scandal and furore of UKIP leader and parliamentary candidate Paul Nuttall’s… 921 more words

New Observatory: BIM Design Software solutions worth $3bn across 57 countries

by Dan Roberts

Cambashi has launched its latest market data resource, the Cambashi BIM Design Observatory. This observatory provides a comprehensive, quantitative view of the BIM Design software market. 829 more words


#Stoke 'antisemitic Labour' complainant is #UKIP ex-councillor kicked out for theft

UKIP must be getting some desperately bad feedback from their canvassing in the Stoke Central by-election.

UKIP’s daily newsletter, otherwise known as the Daily Express, has claimed that ‘left-wing protesters’ screamed abuse at a Jewish man outside UKIP’s ‘rally’ in Stoke: 385 more words

Brexit and Parliaments, London

The European Parliament must approve any deal struck with the UK and the UK Parliament has been promised a say -although unless the NC99 amendment to the Article 50 Notification Bill is passed, it’s not guaranteed. 65 more words


Post-Crisis Europe and Brexit, Bristol

Economist Dr Molly Scott Cato MEP  (Green Party) will be giving a Jean Monnet lecture at the University of Bristol.

Friday 10th February 2017  1700-1800… 57 more words