Shadow Business Secretary rejects calls for Labour to abandon planned spending cuts in interview with The Journal
New service from BT promises to be six times faster than current superfast broadband
Most schools in the North East have reopened today but one remains closed due to a heating problem
Gateshead's recent unbeaten run has left Gary Mills unlikely to add further to his squad before the transfer window shuts
Couples can spend the day at the Wearside attraction and come away with a vintage portrait, a heart-shaped trinket dish and tickled tastebuds
The musical version of the quintessential 80s cinematic guilty pleasure does exactly what it sets out to do
Mixologists at quayside bar Tiger Hornsby have come up with a range of healthy mocktails such as Kale Mary and Bounty Martini
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Yesterday, you see, another BT lady (called Debbie, if memory serves me right) rang to say that before you can proceed I need an external survey “in a week or so”"
The vilification of minorities, the would-be isolation of this country from Europe, suspicion and hatred of those outside: those are based on really Big Lies, and dangerous ones"
Personally I shall be marking the feast of King Charles the Martyr on January 30 and Candlemas (“the Christian festival of lights”) on February 2"
The ITV series was the idea of criminologist Professor David Wilson, who was governor at several prisons including Wormwood Scrubs"
The first credit from The Pensions Service appeared on my bank statement last week as if to give formal assent to my new status in life"
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