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Bible expert says Greggs’ portrayal of Jesus as sausage roll actually echoes the Gospel of John

Bible expert says Greggs’ portrayal of Jesus as sausage roll actually echoes the Gospel of John

M J C Warren, University of Sheffield With more than 1,000 outlets across the length and breadth of the United Kingdom, Greggs the baker is a national institution. It’s not uncommon for queues to form in some towns and cities as the daily doughnuts, cheese and onion pasties and steak bakes come out of the […]

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Everything you need to know about Children in Need 2017

Everything you need to know about Children in Need 2017

The BBC’s annual fundraising extravaganza is back. Children In Need returns tomorrow night for an evening of entertainment with celebrity guests and exclusive music and TV previews. Last year the fundraiser raised a huge £46.6 million for  projects supporting disadvantaged children and young people in communities across the UK and this year will be raising […]

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We need to talk about the social norms that fuel sexual assault

We need to talk about the social norms that fuel sexual assault

Natasha McKeever, University of Leeds The recent spate of sexual harassment accusations against prominent men in Westminster comes as no surprise to many of us. We expect them to know better – to have been better people – but we have also seen this kind of behaviour before … over and over again. It isn’t […]

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10 ways to get your garden ready for winter this November

10 ways to get your garden ready for winter this November

Green-fingered Brits spend the equivalent of over three years of their working lives out in the backyard preening and maintaining their gardens during their lifetime – though are less likely to venture into their gardens during the winter. Top 10 jobs this month: 1 Clear up fallen leaves – especially from lawns, ponds and beds […]

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‘We were lucky Britpop fell apart’ – Kelly Jones looks back as Stereophonics release a reflective new album

‘We were lucky Britpop fell apart’ – Kelly Jones looks back as Stereophonics release a reflective new album

Two decades is, as Kelly Jones agrees, a long time. Certainly in musical terms. The Stereophonics frontman is reflecting on the fact that his band have not just lasted 20 years, but seen off most of the competition.

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‘We were lucky Britpop fell apart’ – Kelly Jones looks back as Stereophonics release a reflective new album

‘We were lucky Britpop fell apart’ – Kelly Jones looks back as Stereophonics release a reflective new album

Two decades is, as Kelly Jones agrees, a long time. Certainly in musical terms. The Stereophonics frontman is reflecting on the fact that his band have not just lasted 20 years, but seen off most of the competition.

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