Chess SNP in legal bid over TV debate

The Scottish National Party (SNP) aims to raise £50,000 to proceed with legal action over the prime ministerial debate on BBC 1 on Thursday.The party said it was not trying to stop the broadcast but it wanted an SNP politician included "for balance"


Chess Thousands running London Marathon

A princess hoping to break a world record and a man dressed as the Angel of the North are among those preparing to run the London Marathon later.About 35,500 runners are expected to take on the 26.2-mile course through the city, which begins at 0900 BST. Princess B


Chess Minister: Staggering Discrepancy in Bulgarian Elementary, High School Education

There is an urgent need for public discussion and reform of the school system, according to Bulgarian Education Minister Sergey Ignatov. Ignatov spoke about the new draft High School Education Act saying that if adopted, it would alter things in Bulgaria's educati


Chess Charge over disabled man’s murder

A 22-year-old man has been charged with the murder of a disabled man whose body was discovered in a flat in Rhyl, Denbighshire.North Wales Police charged the man over the death of Philip Holmes, 56, who is believed to have been seriously assaulted. The accused man


Chess Bulgarian Local Authorities Take Over Mineral Water Springs

The Bulgarian state is going to transfer control of some 60% of the country's mineral water spring to the respective municipalities for a period of 25 years. Of the 102 mineral water springs in Bulgaria, some 60 are not being utilized by the state or private conce


Chess Bulgarians in Syria Greet Borisov Govt Delegation

Foreign Minister Mladenov and Economy Minister Traikov have met with the Bulgarian diaspora living in Damascus, Syria. Mladenov and Traikov are part of a state delegation to Syria led by Prime Minister Boykov Borisov. Their first meeting in Syria was with some 60


Chess ‘Close-up blast’ sank Korea ship

Last month's sinking of a South Korean warship was due to a "close-range" explosion under the ship, an inquiry finds.This article is from the BBC News website. © British Broadcasting Corporation, The BBC is not responsible for the content of external internet site


Chess IVF clinic errors ‘nearly double’

The number of mistakes made at IVF clinics in England and Wales nearly doubled in 12 months, figures show.This article is from the BBC News website. © British Broadcasting Corporation, The BBC is not responsible for the content of external internet sites.


Chess Paper review

Election campaign continues to fascinate papersThis article is from the BBC News website. © British Broadcasting Corporation, The BBC is not responsible for the content of external internet sites. Source


Chess Thai PM warns Bangkok protesters

Thailand's prime minister has threatened to retake a fortified encampment set up by anti-government protesters in the capital Bangkok.But Abhisit Vejjajiva did not say when or how this would be done. He was speaking on national television alongside the head of the


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