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Citroën is extending its C1 city car range with the introduction of a new C1 Furio, offering young drivers an affordable, sporty looking car. Building on Citroën’s sporting credentials, C1 Furio will be on sale in the UK from 1 August. Bringing a new sporty style and unique features to...
By SANAH AKHTAR The animated children’s programme Fireman Sam, was found showing a character slipping on blank pages as he brought in tea which then flew up with a sheet of paper showing verses of the Quran. Eagle eyed viewers noticed this and many claimed the episode to be Islamaphobic. This has...
The Broadway Shopping Centre in Bradford recently announced the official launch of its community partnership with Bradford Hospital Children’s Charity. The centre team invited local children to attend the inaugural ride on Saturday of its new mall train and also made a £1,000 donation to mark the occasion. Twenty children...
By SANAH AKHTAR Samia Shahid a 28 year old beauty therapist in Bradford died in Pakistan last week as she was visiting relatives; her husband has claimed the cause of her death may be due to a honour killing. She was visiting relatives in Pandori village near Mangla Dam and there...
By JONATHAN DAVIS Principal Lecturer in History, co-director Labour History Research Unit, Anglia Ruskin University Jeremy Corbyn’s unexpected victory in the party leadership contest last year moved Labour to the left, and the rejection of austerity that came with it has helped to stop the “Tory-lite” and “they’re all the same”...
Public Health England advised the government on Thursday that people should consider taking a daily supplement of vitamin D in autumn and winter since it may be difficult to meet the average daily intake of 10 micrograms. This advice is based on the recommendations of the Scientific Advisory Committee on...
Film fans are set for an exciting new addition to the summer events calendar - for all generations to enjoy-  with the launch of the first Bradford Family Film Festival for summer 2016. The Festival - run by Bradford UNESCO City of Film with partners from across the district -...
By ITRAT BASHIR Cricketing legend Wasim Akram is awarded with an Honorary Fellowship from the University of Central Lancashire (UCLan) for his significant contribution to cricket during his sporting career. Known as the ‘Sultan of Swing’ for his left arm deliveries, the former Lancashire County Cricket Club captain and Pakistan record-holder...
By ITRAT BASHIR Baroness D’Souza, Speaker of the House of Lords, met Sardar Ayaz Sadiq, Speaker National Assembly of Pakistan, on July 14 and discussed matters relating to the cooperation between the two parliaments. The Lord Speaker welcomed the growing cooperation between the two parliaments. She agreed on enhancing parliamentary cooperation...
In a powerful display of unity between people of different backgrounds, faiths, political beliefs and ages came together to unveil a memorial stone in Bradford's peace garden by the Lord Mayor of Bradford Cllr. Rev. Geoff Read to mark the start of Srebrenica Memorial Week. The Chairman of Yorkshire and...
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