• 13 Best Spring Nail Designs Using 2017 Color Trends
  • Kids Ask Teacher If Hes Seeing Faculty Member, Flip Out When He Says Theyre More Than Dating
  • Murderer Shaun Walmsley’s escape: Two arrested – BBC News
  • Jasvinder Sanghera: I ran away to escape a forced marriage – BBC News
  • Who are Britains jihadists? – BBC News

13 Best Spring Nail Designs Using 2017 Color Trends

Groundhog Day is in the rearview mirror and were gearing up for spring with some of the hottest trends for spring nails. Pantone recently announced their picks for spring colors of the year, and its looking like spring color trends are a refreshing mix of verdant greens, vibrant pinks, and nautical blues. We couldnt be more excited to incorporate some of their amazing picks into our nail designs for spring….

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Kids Ask Teacher If Hes Seeing Faculty Member, Flip Out When He Says Theyre More Than Dating

Jason Seifert, a science teacher, is dating math teacher Allyson Barker. This wouldn’t be such a big deal, except that they both teach atHarry Russell Elementary School in West Carrollton, Ohio. No matter how discreet they kept their relationship, kids will be kids, and soon, certain rumors began to flood the Like our Page Share on Facebook Share on Facebook More From this publisher : HERE Recommended ProductsThe Niche Marketing…

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Murderer Shaun Walmsley’s escape: Two arrested – BBC News

Image copyright Merseyside Police Image caption Police said a number of people in the area may not have realised what was going during the escape Detective Superintendent Natalie Perischine said: “The CCTV shows that the people involved in the actual incident were in a very close huddle and we know that the although a gun and knife were used by the offenders, they were not blatantly on show to other…

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Who are Britains jihadists? – BBC News

Approximately 850 people from the UK have travelled to support or fight for jihadist organisations in Syria and Iraq, say the British authorities. About half have since returned to the UK. This BBC News database is the most comprehensive online record of its kind, telling the story of more than 200 Britons who have died, been convicted of offences relating to the conflict or are still in the region. The…

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Are we tough enough on animal cruelty? – BBC News

Redcar’s Labour MP Anna Turley, who was among those outraged by the sentence, has secured a parliamentary debate about the issue later on Friday. Between 2013 and 2015 more than 3,000 people in England and Wales were convicted of animal cruelty but just 7% received jail terms. Currently sentences in England and Wales are the lowest in Europe. In France the maximum is two years and in Germany it is…

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Fruit and veg: For a longer life eat 10 a day – BBC News

The conclusions were made by pooling data on 95 separate studies, involving two million people’s eating habits. Lower risks of cancer were linked to eating: green veg (eg spinach) yellow veg (eg peppers) cruciferous vegetables (eg cauliflower). Lower risks of heart disease and strokes were linked to eating: apples pears citrus fruits salads green leafy vegetables (eg lettuce) cruciferous veg The results, published in the International Journal of Epidemiology, also…

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School funding changes ‘risk injustice’ – BBC News

This is due to extra funds having been directed in the past to areas of higher deprivation and need. But many argue this is based on historical levels of need now out of date. ‘Unexpected outcome’ The cross-party F40 group represents 41 local authority members with historically low education funding. Supported by MPs, councillors, education directors, heads, teachers and parents, it has long argued that the existing funding model is…

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Voting to begin in Stoke and Copeland by-elections – BBC News

Zulfiqar Ali – Liberal Democrats Jack Brereton – Conservatives The Incredible Flying Brick – Official Monster Raving Loony Party Adam Colclough – Green Party Godfrey Davies – Christian Peoples Alliance Barbara Fielding – Independent David Furness – British National Party Local People First Paul Nuttall – UKIP Gareth Snell – Labour Copeland candidates, in alphabetical order Michael Guest – Independent Rebecca Hanson – Liberal Democrats Trudy Harrison – Conservatives Roy…

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Parish council tax bills rise despite squeeze – BBC News

BBC England’s data unit and BBC Newcastle found: Image caption Jonathan Owen said parish councils were taking on more responsibilities Jonathan Owen, of the National Association of Local Councils, said: “England’s 10,000 parish councils are being asked to do a lot more. “They are being asked to do a lot more by their residents, by government, and indeed by larger councils who increasingly can’t afford to run services they previously…

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London’s inner city riding school – BBC News

Walking behind the tall, concrete tower blocks of Brixton’s Loughborough Estate there’s an unlikely sight. Against a backdrop of railway arches, young people trot around the floodlit manege of the Ebony Horse Club, an organisation founded in 2006 to teach equestrian skills to local children. Image copyright Sophie Wedgwood The organisation intends to be a safe haven away from these problems, mentoring children through a mix of sessions with youth…

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Rainbow babies: The children bringing hope after loss – BBC News

Media captionRainbow babies offer ‘hope and light’ A rainbow baby is a baby born to a mother who has previously lost a child due to miscarriage, still birth or neonatal death. It stems from the idea that a rainbow, symbolising hope and comfort, follows the storm of grief caused by a baby loss. BBC News spoke to some of the mothers who use the rainbow symbol to celebrate their children…

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‘How my mother’s organ donations brought new friendships’ – BBC News

Image copyright Ella Murtha Image caption Ella with her mother After the operation Teresa waited about five months before writing to Ella, in order “to fully recover and make sure I was well and the organs were OK”. Jane Holmes, of Hornsea, East Yorkshire, also decided to write. She was in a wheelchair and had struggled to breathe since being diagnosed with pulmonary hypertension. “I wanted Ella to know what…

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Southern guards in 24-hour walkout after failed talks – BBC News

‘Lines of communication open’ Angie Doll, passenger services director at Southern said: “We will be running as many trains as possible on Wednesday but our advice to passengers is to expect some disruption and check on our website before you travel.” The 24-hour strike, which began at 00:01 GMT, comes after ongoing talks ended on 14 February without deal. Two days later, members of train drivers’ union Aslef voted against…

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NICE advice to look for ‘soft’ signs of child abuse – BBC News

It says adults working with children should be alert to abuse and neglect if a child displays behaviours that are not normal for the child or for their age. Professionals should look out for signs like: Low self-esteem Wetting and soiling Recurrent nightmares Aggressive behaviour Withdrawing communication Habitual body rocking Indiscriminate contact or affection seeking Over-friendliness towards strangers Excessive clinginess Persistently seeking attention. However, the guidelines say some signs are…

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Prince Harry praises teacher ‘compassion’ – BBC News

He commended the achievements of the finalists of the Global Teacher Prize, run by the Varkey Foundation education charity. His brother, Prince William, and Pope Francis sent video messages to last year’s awards ceremony, where the prize was given to a Palestinian teacher, Hanan Al Hroub. ‘Turbulent times’ The prize, with an award of $1m (810,000), is intended to raise the status of teaching and to recognise the impact of…

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Thousands of firms sued for rate arrears – BBC News

Middlesbrough borough council topped the list of authorities which issued the most summonses, with 25% of its businesses receiving a request to appear before the courts. It was followed by the London borough of Waltham Forest with 22%. Dartford borough council, Manchester city council, along with Ealing and Haringey councils in London, sued 21% of the their local businesses for non-payment. The survey suggests that in London a total of…

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School building repairs ‘to cost 6.7bn’, report estimates – BBC News

And Meg Hillier, chairwoman of the Commons Public Accounts Committee, said it was “taxpayers’ money that could be used to fund much-needed improvements in thousands of existing school buildings”. Image caption Construction costs are similar across all types of school, says the report Free school places cost more than those in local authority schools – 50% more for secondary places and 33% more at primary level, said the report. Under…

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Brit Awards: Skepta and Bowie expected to take home prizes – BBC News

Willis, a mum-of-three who presents The Voice UK and Big Brother, said she hoped she could “do him proud”. “Every part of me sends so much love and all the best wishes in the world to Michael and his family at such a difficult time,” she said. Follow us on Facebook, on Twitter @BBCNewsEnts, or on Instagram at bbcnewsents. If you have a story suggestion email entertainment.news@bbc.co.uk. Related Topics Music…

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Mary Berry ‘stands by’ Paul Hollywood after Bake Off move – BBC News

It emerged that the corporation fell 10m short in its offer to Love Productions, which makes the show. The 81-year-old said she was always going to stay loyal to the BBC and wasn’t tempted by a potentially bigger salary at Channel 4. “No, I wasn’t. And anyway, I was never asked to go,” she said. “I avoided being asked. It was suggested what would happen if I did go to…

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Teacher shortage getting worse, say MPs – BBC News

But, he said, the department had spent 1.3bn on a recruitment campaign. The report from the cross-party committee, though, says recruitment targets for teaching had been consistently missed and the teacher shortage is getting worse. It warns that this causes particular problems in some shortage subjects in secondary school, including physics, maths and computing. Initiative overload But the MPs say that there is no clear long-term plan to address this…

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Benefits variations unacceptable – MPs – BBC News

Meanwhile, less than 1% of those receiving employment and support allowance had been penalised. ‘Vulnerable people’ More than a million unemployed benefits claimants have to meet certain conditions, such as showing they are looking for work, to receive their payments. An estimated 400,000 sanctions were imposed in 2015. The committee said penalties had increased in severity and could have “serious consequences” such as homelessness. It found the system encouraged some…

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New voice for disabled consumers – BBC News

“But many businesses are missing out on this potential customer base by having everyday products and services which aren’t available to disabled people – who, as a result, are regularly excluded from experiences and opportunities that many others take for granted.” The sector champions are: Helen Drury, corporate responsibility manager at shopping centre owner Intu (retail) Suzanne Bull, chief executive of Attitude is Everything (music) Huw Edwards, public affairs director…

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Children’s hospital is first to be rated ‘outstanding’ – BBC News

Seven-month-old Connor McCue was diagnosed with a rare liver condition at the age of 12 weeks. He is recovering from his second transplant and sleeping peacefully on a large intensive care bed. Connor’s mother, Jess, turned 28 recently – and the children’s hospital staff put up balloons and cards for her. She told me: “We’ve nearly lost Connor several times in the last six weeks of being here – without…

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