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Army recruiting ‘snowflakes’: What do people think?

The British Army has raised eyebrows with its new recruitment campaign, targeting “snowflakes,” “phone zombies,” and “selfie addicts”, among other stereotypical images of millennials. The TV and poster adverts highlight qualities such as confidence, focus,…

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Premature baby’s first Christmas: ‘I didn’t think she’d survive’

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionIvy-Rose is celebrating her first Christmas – something her mother feared she would not survive to see. “Seeing how small she was, I just didn’t think she…


Polar Express franchise helps steam railway think big

A heritage railway in Shropshire is expanding, thanks to a huge cash windfall from a popular Christmas-themed ride. Telford Steam Railway bought the rights to run the Polar Express specials from Warner Brothers studios, which…



Mark Drakeford: ‘I want cabinet to think long term’

Image copyright Getty Images Mark Drakeford will start drawing up a new-look government after being elected to become next Welsh Labour leader. However, he will not appoint any ministers until he takes the reins as…



Brexit deal: What do the other parties think of Theresa May’s plan?

Theresa May has come out in defence of her Brexit deal, as members of her own government have stood down over “fatal flaws” in the agreement. But what do the other parties think of the…


What do aviation experts think happened in Leicester crash?

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionThe widely shared footage shows the helicopter taking off While investigators work hard to find the cause of the helicopter crash that killed Leicester City’s chairman and…


‘I think I’d been drinking’ – Warnock on that time he said Sol Bamba was better than Van Dijk

Cardiff City manager Neil Warnock says he “must have had a few drinks” when he said Bluebirds centre-back Sol Bamba was a better defender than Liverpool’s Virgil van Dijk. When the Dutchman signed for a…


‘One stroke took my speech away – I think another brought it back’

Peter lost his ability to speak after a stroke four years ago, at the age of 73. But earlier this year he woke up one morning and suddenly he could speak again. Soon afterwards he…


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