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Banned Books Week
Banned Books Week is celebrated each autumn, promoting our freedom to read, and the importance of the availability of books on all topics and about all viewpoints for those that choose to read them.
As Dorothy, the Tin Man and the Scarecrow followed the Yellow Brick Road, they feared the animals they might encounter. “Lions and tigers and bears, oh my!” Today, a more realistic fear is the animals we might never encounter. Sadly, […]
With a lifetime dedicated to invention, Thomas A. Edison (1847 – 1931) earned 1,093 U.S. patents, more than any other single inventor. His impressive achievements include the invention of electric lighting, the phonograph, and motion pictures. Edison was not only […]
Changing Faces calls for the way villains look in movies to change
Charity Changing Faces calls for the way villains look in films to change.
World Cup: Which Belgium player should England be worried about?
England play their final group match against Belgium, but which star player should England be worried about?
Smoking: Should it be banned at the school gates?
A group of school children have had enough of adults smoking near school gates, so they decided to do something about it.
Trace EffectsA great game from the US government that will help you learn English while having some fun
Labour party conference: Pledge to scrap education watchdog Ofsted
Day two of the party's conference will see a focus on "rebuilding" public services.
Andrew Fisher: Jeremy Corbyn's senior aide to quit
Andrew Fisher, Labour's head of policy, will leave his post by the end of the year.
Give Thomas Cook 'real financial support', ministers urged
Sources suggest the government is reluctant to bail out the struggling travel company.