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Eurovision Song Contest 2012

With the 2012 Eurovision Song Contest Semi-Finals and Finals set to take place in Baku, Azerbaijan on May 22, 24 and 26th, the anticipation for the amazing event is building at a steady pace. The BBC Eurovision 2012 announcement of the UK entry winner, Engelbert Humperdinck along with the #1 spot in the final line-up going to the UK, has caused pride and excitement to kick into high gear in London. Light Your Fire With Eurovision Song Contest 2012 Eurovision UK 2012 fever has taken over as Europe’s biggest song... Read More

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Diamond Jubilee Concert Fit for a Queen

This June 2012, Britain will be celebrating Queen Elizabeth’s sixtieth year as reign of the United Kingdom with a series of events known as the Diamond Jubilee. Her Majesty will be honoured with a number of events including Diamond Jubilee concert scheduled for Monday June 4, 2012. The Queen herself will be on hand to make an appearance at this event along with other possible members of the royal family. The event will be staged in front of Buckingham Palace and will be held rain or shine. The stage will... Read More

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Children In Need Line Up

It is one of the most important events on the calendar for children in need. The primary goal is to change children’s life for the better. Even with a small donation you can help children surrounded by death, hunger, despair and disease. The simple necessities of putting food on the table can be a far reach for some, waking up with nothing, homeless and in need of the basics that we so often take for granted. These children are not only the most vulnerable they are also the most neglected... Read More

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Children In Need 2011 Line Up

It is one of the most important events on the calendar for children in need. The primary goal is to change children’s life for the better. Even with a small donation you can help children surrounded by death, hunger, despair and disease. The simple necessities of putting food on the table can be a far reach for some, waking up with nothing, homeless and in need of the basics that we so often take for granted. These children are not only the most vulnerable they are also the most neglected... Read More

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Red Nose Day is Something to Laugh About

Red Nose Day is upon us once more, and it’s just about time to put on the red nose and give a little comic relief for a good cause. Red Nose Day is a day where anybody can exhibit the their sense of humour in odd and funny ways in order to help transform lives across the UK and Africa. After a day of joking, the day of funny explodes into a night of jokes on the BBC , all in the name of helping the less fortunate. Even if you... Read More

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6 Nations Rugby Kicks Off

The Six Nations Rugby Tournament is one of the most prestigious events in the rugby world, held every year and is competed by six European countries- Ireland, England, France, Scotland, Wales and Italy. The event is the successor to the “Five Nations” and the “Home Nations Championship”, the first international rugby event in Europe. The “Royal Bank of Scotland” funds the contest and the winners are labelled as the “European Champions”. The French are the reigning champions, having defeated England 12-10 last year at their home ground. The journey follows... Read More

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Dress Like a Candidate from ‘The Apprentice’

In the business, and even the fashion world for that matter, dressing professionally is a key factor in doing well in your life. It helps you to state that you are in fact doing well, and in a favourable position in life. You may have just gotten that promotion, or you have reached it, and you are striving even further up the ladder. Dressing professionally is always looked upon as a good thing, and well as being hygienic and tidy. There are many reasons why an individual would dress professionally,... Read More

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BBC Children in Need

So you’ve sat in bath full of baked beans or shaven off your hair for charity, but do you know where your money really goes? The BBC’s main goal is to help children and young kids (18 and younger) in the UK who are at a disadvantage. Through donations, charities’ activities, fundraisers, and the help of schools, businesses, and corporations BBC helps kids and is able to run its campaign. The money collected goes towards programs to help kids in need that are in poverty situations, at abusive or neglect... Read More