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Bartholomew School in Eynsham took second place in the National Reading Champions Quiz run by the National Literacy Trust.
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Cries of “no surrender” had echoed at Stormont early on Saturday afternoon as crowds gathered in Belfast to mark 100 years since the creation of Northern Ireland in 1921. About 20,000 marchers, with tens of thousands more spectators, thronged Belfast city centre after making their way from Stormont. At around 6pm on Saturday evening, the final bands and marchers were arriving in Belfast after a day that saw unionists from across Northern Ireland meet to celebrate the century since partition. While political deadlock remains in the region, attendees at the delayed centenary event were upbeat and in a relaxed mood as they gathered to celebrate the past, present and future of Northern Ireland.
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After three days of talks, G7 Ministers made a bid to tackle global warming with a number of pledges which will be presented to leaders next month at the G7 summit in Elmau, Germany - moves which have been largely welcomed by climate activists.
Shetland Islands Council is advertising for a head to work on the primary school on the island of Foula.
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The highest percentage of those arriving, 43% equating to 14,271 people, were categorised as one parent with children.
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People said the celebration, delayed by a year, was not overshadowed by the row over the Northern Ireland Protocol.
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KYIV/POPASNA, Ukraine (Reuters) -Ukraine said on Friday its forces may need to retreat from their last pocket of resistance in Luhansk to avoid being captured by Russian troops pressing an advance in the east that has shifted the momentum of the three-month-old war. A withdrawal could bring Russian President Vladimir Putin closer to his goal of capturing Ukraine's Luhansk and Donetsk regions in full. Luhansk's governor, Serhiy Gaidai, said Russian troops had entered Sievierodonetsk, the largest Donbas city still held by Ukraine, after trying to trap Ukrainian forces there for days.
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France's top female player Alizé Cornet lashed out on Satuday at the idiot fans who booed her after a thigh injury forced her to quit her third round match on centre court against Qinwen Zheng. Cornet, 32, arrived with both thighs heavily strapped for the match against the Chinese teenage who had beaten the 2018 champion Simona Halep in the second round.She swept through the first set 6-0 in 30 minutes and was 3-0 up in the second when Cornet approached her to concede the tie.As the umpire annou