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I heard recently that a US #CrazyConservative said that if Stephen Hawking had been born in the UK, he would have been killed by our "death panels".   
Shows how much conservatives everywhere are aware of things...
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One thing to be aware of its that England, Scotland and northern Ireland have different systems. I'm not sure about Wales, sorry.
Scot k and, historically was more science and maths inclined. The differences are much smaller nowadays but when I tell my English colleagues that I did my times tables up to 20, they aren't convinced until I can recite them - 35 years after leaving school!
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It doesn't include the self respect gained = priceless!
 
I'm so sorry but I couldn't resist... ;) 
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NEET!!!!!!
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If you haven't heard series 1, go hear it first! Otherwise, this is what you have been waiting for!
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The trouble with these pseudo reports is that FB users will nod their heads in agreement, G+ users will all agree that the report is nonsense and the rest of humanity will just probably agree with the article because they know no better.
It's that time again. Google Plus Ghost Town from the media and reporters. This round is brought to you because Vic Gundotra (the guy behind the Google plus project) announced today that he would be leaving Google. Vic is a great guy and I'm sure ...
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Uninstall anything he doesn't use
Uninstall clever power saving apps and ones that kill apps to save memory..
Back up the phone. The option in normal settings is good.
Factory reset.
When setting up again, avoid all those duplicate apps from manufacturer. Samsung is particularly bad for "hubs" but lots of them have some.
If you want it to go fast, don't turn on the power saving options. This is usually an either/or thing.
Get better WiFi or stay close to transmitters and keep out of Faraday cages.
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Look guys. It's not just UKIP that puts its feet in its mouth! 
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I feel a free app coming on.
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I came across this and thought it might change our feelings about the culture of the Netherlands.
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After like half a minute I really had to force myself to watch the whole video. I now suddenly understand the need for population reduction.
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My PC is getting on.  Because of the number of android devices around the house, I would like to run a mailserver that pulls down several POP3 accountsand can be read by the various phones and tablets around here.

I'm not sure if I want an additional Gmail account.  Can anyone recommend me a suitable OS/Device for a mailserver that can be read by various android devices.  For example something like RasberryPI that can fake an exchange server for example.
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You can add directly to most phones in settings, accounts. What I need is a quick way to delete 13,000 emails. I'll never get them read.
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I haven't had any of this since the 80's. Thought I'd have some when on holiday now.
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Yes, hunger and poverty are real in "rich" countries too.
The British publication, Mail on Sunday, is facing harsh criticism after running an article which claimed the U.K.'s largest food bank provider, The Trussell Trust, isn't abiding by the rules. The article, which reported that volunteers "wer...
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Yes there is!
When I moved to Kentucky, USA in 1999, and started working for a Food Bank, I was amazed just how much poverty there is over here.
15 years later, I am the Food Procurement Coordinator for God's Pantry Food Bank, which distributes over 26 million pounds weight of food per year to 50 counties.
http://www.GodsPantryFoodBank.org
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  • Dauntseys
    1973 - 1978
  • Glasgow College of Technology
    1979 - 1981
  • De Montfort University
    Computing, 2006 - 2009
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My parents were from Fife in Scotland and Orkney to the north of it. I am British and pleased about that.
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I am a product of the British Public School system from 3 decades ago.  I think I am getting better now.

Having tried a couple of different lines of work, I found IT was more fun than working in an accounts office and so have stuck at it.

I work in IT support in a hospital.  It is part of the British National Health Service.  Not only do I get to do work I like, I also get to support something I feel is the finest thing this country ever invented!

Looking after those who cannot look after themselves, is one of the basic definitions of being civilised.
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