People living off the beaten track and without access to private transport are being left isolated by repeated cuts in rural bus services.
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As the sun rose over Coventry on November 15th, 1940, those who had survived one of the worst nights of the Second World War to be endured on British soil knew their once-great city would never be the same again.
PwC, the world’s largest professional services firm, is highlighting Acorn Stairlifts on its website as part of its “Manufacturing Week”.
Britons enjoyed a mid-week day off on Wednesday November 14th, 1973, when a national holiday was declared for the wedding of Princess Anne and Lieutenant Mark Phillips.
Today is the annual commemoration of Armistice Day and millions of us will be wearing our poppies with pride in recognition and remembrance of those who laid down their lives for our freedom. But why do we wear poppies as symbols of remembrance, and where do they come from?