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A couple are going to the High Court to legally challenge a law preventing opposite sexes entering into a civil partnership. They argue that section 1 of the Civil Partnership Act is discriminatory as it only allows couples of the same sex to enter civil partnerships.
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There is no denying the statistics, the start of a New Year always acts as a catalyst to some people to take stock of their lives, resulting in many making changes, whether it’s a new job, new partner or a new house.
Although it was undoubtedly wet and windy, December was an exceptional and record-breaking month weather-wise. For most of December, the UK benefitted from a warm and tropical air mass which brought unseasonably mild conditions to England and Wales. This seems to have lulled some drivers into a false sense of security as January has seen a bit of a rude awakening with a cold snap bringing ice and fog to our highways which has in turn resulted in a surge in road traffic accidents (RTA’s).
Emergency services responded to an incident whereby a female cyclist had been dismounted by a coach and had suffered “serious injuries” as a result.
A laboratory technician was involved in an explosion which resulted in him losing parts of three fingers and also receiving a serious internal injury. The accident happened while the employee, who had worked at the school for many years, was preparing for a lesson using explosive chemicals to demonstrate how fireworks are made.
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