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HELP! Save CBeebies And Save Parents Sanity!

HELP! Save CBeebies And Save Parents Sanity!

Well, we saw this article on Metro and just had to share it with all of you parents out there. CBeebies maybe axed by the BBC!!!! Oh no, how on earth are we all going to survive without this popular distraction for our little ones? According to Metro, there are currently 125,000 supporters that have

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New Mary Poppins film to be made

It’s a timeless classic, loved by all and now there is a new Mary Poppins film in the pipeline! New Mary Poppins film Mary Poppins was originally released in 1964 and starred Dick Van Dyke and Dame Julie Andrews singing the now world famous ‘supercalifragalisticexpialidocious’ and ‘spoon full of sugar’ songs. Now, over 50 years

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‘IVF isn’t always the answer’ according to Prof. Robert Winston

Whilst being interviewed on This Morning, Professor Robert Winston, an infertility expert, has suggested that superior, cheaper and less stressful alternatives to IVF should be presented to couples struggling to conceive. These alternatives include hormone treatment and laparoscopies, which aren’t as costly and are often more effective than implanting embryos. Most IVFs fail Speaking to

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Mother stole daughters rape compensation money to pay for wedding

Back in 2006, Chantelle Jones became Britain’s youngest mother after giving birth at just twelve years old. Her son’s biological father is rapist Russel Tovey, who was her mother’s boyfriend at the time and who attacked Chantelle twice. At first, Chantelle and her family mistook her pregnancy for weight gain and it was only two

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School gives ‘survival pack’ to parents of children starting reception

A school in St Helen’s has made it a little easier for parents to leave their children at school for the first time by issuing them with special ‘survival packs’ when starting reception. Ease parents’ worries Anticipating that starting school would be just as nerve-wracking for the parents as the children, staff at Queen’s Park

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Travel time to appointments should be paid

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The European Court of Justice has ruled that the time spent travelling to and from the first and last appointment of the day should be paid for workers with no fixed place of work. The ruling could have a significant effect on the income of many people including care workers, sales reps and tradesmen. Statement

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