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‘Stop using animals as Christmas decorations’, contend campaigners

Campaigners have slammed the ‘cruel practice’ (Picture: Getty) Campaigners have slammed the use of live animals as ‘decorations’ at Christmas events, observant it is vicious and inhumane. Animal rights organisation PETA, the RSPCA and Downton Abbey actor Peter Egan have all called for the organisers of these events to stop …

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Royal Society foe photos show implausible beauty of science

Icy sugar cubes by Peter Convey, the altogether winning picture (Picture: PA) From a frigid bear slumped on the ice to a sum eclipse, these photos show just how overwhelming scholarship and world earth can be. They are entries in the annual Royal Society Publishing photography competition, run to show ‘the role …

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Rail fares to go up by 3.4% from the new year

The cost of deteriorate and off-peak tickets is set to arise (Picture: Getty) Train fares in Britain will arise by an normal of 3.4 per cent in January, the rail attention announced today. The cost arise is above acceleration and will anger many commuters who already feel they compensate too …

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