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HONG KONG: 200,000 live in cages

Behind the city’s glittery facade is a cramped and sometimes squalid underbelly where more than 200,000 people live day-by-day

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News

Duke and Duchess of Sussex reveal royal baby’s name is Archie

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have named their newborn son Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor. Right up until now the newest royal was referred to in the press simply as “Baby Sussex”. Meghan recently said: “It’s magic, it’s pretty amazing, and I have the two best guys in the world, so I’m really happy,” she said […]

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Poems

Sparkling Dews of Hope 2006 – 2018

“Sparkling Dews of Hope” are original Christian poems inspired by the Psalms of David by  Jacky Julyan. All poems urge believers to hang on to hope through every struggle and trial.

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Maker

Does ‘The Image of God’ Extend to Robots, Too?

Artist Giles Walker has rebuilt the 1928 robot, which has been on display at the Science Museum since October 20 2016

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The Brexit Vote Is Set to Cause a Second Revolution in the City of London, But What Would Jesus Do?  

In the corporate world, there is a growing recognition that strong relationships with customers can form the bedrock of future innovation.

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Maker

How Technology Has Changed Procurement in the Last 10 Years

Over the past decade business procurement has experienced rapid technological upheaval that, in the main, has made life easier for everyone involved.

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The New Day: How Should I Think About My Failures?

The New Day was a British compact daily newspaper published by Trinity Mirror, launched on 29 February 2016. It was aimed at a middle-aged female audience, and was politically neutral. The editor, Alison Phillips, intended readers to get through the newspaper in under 30 minutes.

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