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BY Natalie Cooper WATCH: See our quick and easy video recipe for a tasty chicken curry made with Yaadgaar sauces! In the busy modern world, good home-cooked meals are often viewed as something of a luxury, which not everyone has time to enjoy. Almost gone are the days in which families spent...
Following the over whelming success and positive feedback from “Visit My Mosque” last February the Madina Masjid in Mount Pleasant, Batley will once again be opening its doors to the wider community, this time during the holy month of Ramadhan. The Mosque is offering the opportunity for members of the...
BY Ayyaz Malik With Euro 2016 ready to kick off tonight (10 June), the excitement of the tournament is certainly building steam. This year’s tournament sees sides such as Wales, Northern Ireland and Iceland competing in the biggest European footballing showpiece, which this year will be held in various host cities across...
Following major issues with the government website which saw many UK voters unable to register their intent to vote approaching the end of the deadline, the Electoral Commission has today announced that voters will be given extra time to register. Tens of thousands of people were left unable to register late...
Bank of England Governor Mark Carney has unveiled the design of the new £5 note, which will be issued on 13 September 2016. The New Fiver is the first Bank of England note to be printed on polymer, a thin flexible plastic, and will feature Sir Winston Churchill. The New...
The NHS Equality and Diversity Council is today publishing the inaugural report of the NHS Workforce Race Equality Standard (WRES), showing results of the experiences of BME and white staff from the staff survey 2015 at every NHS trust across England. This is the first time the WRES data has...
Sportswomen of the future were recently seen in action at a cricket tournament for girls, as part of the increasing popularity of the sport amongst female players. Yorkshire Cricket bosses were more than impressed with the level of talent spotted, at the day tournament for pupils at primary schools across...
Hundreds of restaurants across the country came together to take part in Vote Leave's Save The British Curry Day to highlight the plight of curry houses. Curry house owners, MPs, Lord's and Vote Leave supporters all took part in the action day. Prominent Parliamentarian's such as Iain Duncan Smith, Lord Cavendish,...
Our columnist Mr Money Bags, who has decades of experience in Finance, an MBA, an advanced diploma in Financial Planning and not to mention his super business skills, is here to give you, our lovely readers some valuable tips and advice on money business matters. He is forthright and...
The TaxPayers' Alliance (TPA), Britain's grassroots campaigning group dedicated to reforming taxes, has renewed its call for the Government to abandon its proposed Sugar Tax, as its new research reveals that it has little to do with the sugar content of the products it affects. They have carried out a...