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Lynx offers chance to go to space

Unilever, the makers of LYNX Deodorant, have published a video on YouTube in which Buzz Aldrin calls for applications to the LYNX Space Academy which offers top recruits the opportunity to blast into sub-orbit.
In the video Buzz says:
Good afternoon everyone. I’m Buzz Aldrin. 44 years ago I made a brave decision to journey into space [...]

Ofcom looks favourably on Orange/T-Mobile application to deliver 4G services

Mainstream 4G mobile services could be available in the UK as early as this year, under proposals outlined today by Ofcom.
Everything Everywhere,  the mobile phone operator running two of the UK’s most famous brands - T-Mobile (UK) and Orange (UK), has submitted an application to Ofcom to use its existing spectrum to deliver 4G services. [...]

£158 million investment in e-infrastructure to power growth and innovation

UK scientists and businesses will have access to the most sophisticated technology keeping them at the cutting edge of research and development, as details of the Government’s multi-million pound e-infrastructure investment were announced today by David Willetts.
The investment includes £43 million for ARCHER, a new national supercomputer to support advanced research, such as complex chemistry [...]

Script - Ed Miliband’s speech to 2011 Labour Party Conference

This is a copy of the script for Ed Miliband speech to the 2011 Labour Party Conference.  It should be checked against delivery.
Ed Miliband’s Conference Speech 2011
Thank you Conference.
It’s great to be in Liverpool.
Labour Liverpool.
A generation ago a Labour leader came to Conference to condemn the behaviour of a Labour Council in Liverpool.
Today I come [...]

Flexible freelancers can help Government cost cutting

Freelancers can play a vital role in Britain’s economic fight back and the UK’s 1.4 million freelance workers provide great value for money to both the public and private sectors.
That was the rallying call from PCG, the voice of freelancing, following today’s Comprehensive Spending Review that seems certain to change the social and economic landscape [...]

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