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Mummy why did you cut me?' Survivors share the pain of FGM | End FGMhttp://bit.ly/WhyDidYouCutMe

Marking the UN’s International Day of Zero Tolerance for Female Genital Mutilation five Nigerian girls who recently underwent FGM in Cross River State talk about the horror of what happened to them and why the want the brutal and illegal practice in Nigeria stopped.

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David Morrissey as Richard III: ‘Now is the winter of our discontent’ | Shakespeare Solos http://bit.ly/MorrisseySolo

David Morrissey speaks the opening lines from Richard III in which the scheming Richard lays out his plan to turn his brothers, the Duke of Clarence and the newly enthroned King Edward IV, against each other. To mark the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s death, we asked leading actors to perform key speeches from his plays.
 
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Richard Hawley live at Skellig Hotel, Dingle | Guardian Live highlights ► http://bit.ly/RichardHawleyLive

Twice Mercury Prize nominated artist Richard Hawley talks to Observer editor John Mulholland about writing Hollow Meadows, how he writes and where he finds inspiration and why Sheffield will always be home. This Other Voices special event took place on 4 December 2015. This clip contains strong language.

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Eileen Atkins as Emilia in Othello: ‘If wives do fall’ | Shakespeare Solos http://bit.ly/AtkinsSolo

Eileen Atkins speaks Emilia’s lines from Othello, act IV scene 3. Emilia, Iago’s wife, counsels Desdemona on marriage and fidelity. To mark the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s death, we asked leading actors to perform key speeches from his plays.

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Social mobility is cruel. Here's why - Matthew Taylor | Comment is Free ► http://bit.ly/MobilityCruel

We are told that social mobility is the cornerstone of a fair society. A just nation is where talent is all you need to get the the top. But, argues Matthew Taylor, social mobility in an unequal society like ours actually makes people less happy, as there is so far to fall.

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I am poor. help me. I waint go canada. my no supporter. I waish you are anyman. Help me.


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Roger Allam as King Lear: ‘Blow, winds, and crack your cheeks’ | Shakespeare Soloshttp://bit.ly/AllamSolo

Roger Allam plays King Lear in act III, scene 2 of the tragedy. Lear is on the heath during a symbolic storm. The ageing king curses the weather and his daughters, and laments his frailty. To mark the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s death, we asked leading actors to perform key speeches from his plays.

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Confessions from A&E: the incredibly itchy back | This is the NHShttp://bit.ly/ConfessionsItch

Gastroenterology registrar Dr Tareq El Menabawey scratches an itch that a 106 -year-old lady just can’t reach. He was a bumbling young doctor on his third night shift in a row when the rather grand old lady presented at 6am as being ‘confused with back pain’. Thankfully, as it turned out, it wasn’t really an emergency.

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Dad's Army, Trumbo, Rams and Goosebumps - video reviews | The Guardian Film Show ► http://bit.ly/TrumboFilmShow

This week Henry Barnes and Peter Bradshaw join Xan Brooks in wondering who the makers of the Dad’s Army film are trying to kid; watching Bryan Cranston channel the spirit of a rebel hero in Trumbo, the story of blacklisted screenwriter Dalton Trumbo; seeing brothers put each other through sheer hell in the Icelandic livestock drama Rams and seeing kids’ horror eat itself as the monsters of RL Stine’s Goosebumps books leap from the page to terrify the author.

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they globe trot around the venues where the england play cricket as cheer leaders
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Love and dementia: 'Grandad's like a naughty five-year-old' | This is the NHShttp://bit.ly/LoveAndDementia

Dominic Sivyer’s grandparents are coming to terms with his grandfather’s early onset of vascular dementia and Alzheimer’s disease. His sense of humour remains intact, but the deterioration of his memory is putting a strain on their relationship. Sivyer’s honest account offers a glimpse into a 50-year marriage, filled with pain, love and laughter.

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A&E confessions: one lung, four wheels and a magical speedy recovery | This is the NHShttp://bit.ly/ConfessionsLung

In the latest of our tales from NHS accident and emergency hospital staff, Emergency medicine registrar Jamie Moran tells how he was left in tears of laughter over a patient who was amazed to be told she would be able to drive just weeks after undergoing major surgery for lung cancer.
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A&E confessions: The dignity of a planned death | This is the NHShttp://bit.ly/ConfessionsDeath

Most of the deaths Dr Chris Odedun, an emergency medicine registrar, has to deal with are ‘hectic, hot and smelly’. But here he tells of helping an elderly patient with cancer experience a peaceful death surrounded by people she loved.
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Catholic priests' victim: 'The abuse was so common it became normal’http://bit.ly/CatholicVictim

Leslie Turner, a retired primary head teacher, was paid £17,000 in compensation by the Irish Christian Brothers, after claiming two priests from the Catholic Order sexually abused him at school in Sunderland in the 1960s. The church has not accepted liability for the alleged abuse. Turner, now 66, has waived his anonymity in a film for the Guardian to allege he was molested from the age of 12 by two Irish Christian Brother teachers at St Aidan’s Roman Catholic Grammar School in Sunderland between 1961 and 1967. Both priests are long dead, but he sued after being diagnosed with delayed onset post-traumatic stress disorder as a result of what he said he suffered.

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ASS a Jewish Victim of abuse I find it hard to believe you leave out Police Child Molesters, Procurator Fiscals in Skye, Free church Minister molesters. If I was a Catholic abuse victim I'd sue you for Discrimination and Shielding other Beasts ! Who have you abused you want to Protect ?
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