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Dr Paul, one of the world’s foremost authorities on skin cancer and cutaneous surgery, has tasked the agency – a market leader in non-fiction PR – to handle the interests of his latest book, Skin: A Biography.
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Organisers received support from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) to mark Moseley’s great contribution to science, the impact of his death on the international scientific community and its relationship with government and the armed forces.
100 year old American tourist mugged on ‘bucket list’ trip to Gloucester birthplace thanks remourseful thief who returned the cash
Tourist William White was visiting the UK with his son when the cash was snatched from a bum-bag he was wearing around his waist. He had stepped off a bus and slipped over and he was helped up by a passer-by – who then nicked around £1,400.
Ray Foley, 79, started tidying up the scrub-land outside his ground-floor apartment five years ago after he and his wife Barbara, 75, moved in. Despite having no gardening experience, the retired builder planted hundreds of flowers, bushes and trees in a bid to brighten up the area.
Staff at a Chinese restaurant accidentally emailed a customer calling him a “cheeky f***er” after he asked for a discount for a party of 12
Stunned Richard Moore, 28, emailed the noodle bar asking if he could get a special deal for a party of 12. Staff at Twin Dynasty in Gravesend, Kent, – which promises “fresh and affordable food” – replied saying no offers were available.
‘China doll’ who’s broken every bone in her body defied medics who said she would never leave her wheelchair – to walk down the AISLE
Brave Rebecca Dinsdale, 31, was born with brittle bone disease and doctors said she would never sit up or walk and would probably pass away before she was two. She has suffered hundreds of broken bones – some even triggered by a SNEEZE – but always used a wheelchair or walking frame to move.
Whilst the traditional issues of losing data would be through system failure or software malfunction, the threat can now be less of a physical problem, and one that hides online.
“Roman doesn’t have any friends” : Mum starts Facebook appeal claiming her son has no friends for a birthday party – and receives cards from around the world
Distressed Molly Povey, 42, wrote an emotional plea online after her son Roman said he struggled to make pals at school. He used to cry himself to sleep at night because he has no mates and had received just one party invitation from the kids at school his whole life.
Shameless Chinese manufacturer unveils new sports car which has the front of a Ferrari with the rest copied off a Porsche
It is claimed the Suzhou Eagle Carrie is an all-electric sports car which is capable of 0-62mph in just 4.8 seconds. But the car has been slated by industry experts because of its copycat design.
William O’Connell, 85, choked to death at care home which was short-staffed due to Tour De France visiting Yorkshire, inquest hears
The hearing into William O’Connell’s death heard that some staff had been unable to travel to work at the error riddled-Alexander Court Care Home on public transport due to the world famous sporting event. This meant the 85-bed home in Harrogate, North Yorks., was two staff short on Sunday July 6, 2014, when 76-year-old Mr O’Connell died.
Ian Merrett, 28, said wolf-whistling was “part and parcel” of working on a building site and even bragged about using cat-calls to seduce a string of other women. The dad-of-one was quizzed by police after Miss Smart, 23, secretly filmed him and accused him of sexual harassment.
Sarah Weatherill, 31, forked out a staggering £5,460 every year on the high caffeine energy drink since she became hooked in 2009. Her addiction was at its worst the following year when she was studying for a law degree and wanted to stay awake to revise for exams.
Dr Susan Law says the intense, charming and often controversial 1st Earl of Morley John Parker was the real-life hero of Pride and Prejudice. She says Austen spent at the Earl’s home in Saltram House in Plymouth, Devon, during the period she wrote the literary masterpiece in the early 1800s.
‘I’ll tell her she’s beautiful everyday!’ : Father with severe facial disfigurement defends decision to have daughter with the same condition
Simon Moore, 30, has a classic case of Treacher Collins Syndrome which is characterised by craniofacial deformities such as the absence of cheekbones. He is also profoundly deaf and spent much of his childhood indoors to escape bullies and still finds strangers pointing and staring at him.
The fowl play was discovered when owner Gavin Bale made his twice-daily check on his hens. He looked under brooding Izzy and was astonished to find five eggs had been snatched from underneath her.