Teenage underwear party deemed 'irresponsible'.
An advert for Jack Wills has been banned for using sexualised images and text in a catalogue that could be seen by young
A week ahead of World Malaria Day, there is much that rings true in his words, for in the fight against the world's biggest killer disease, many small things (backed by some big commitment) have led to extraordinary progress...
When Britain is congratulated for doing something extraordinary you want to hear what it is we've done... Mr Gates robustly applauded the UK's historic contributions to global health through its strong commitment to overseas aid. This can be seen with the UK's current response to the Ebola crisis. But he particularly highlighted the UK's remarkable contribution to the huge progress made in tackling malaria - the oldest and deadliest disease - which in the past 15 years has seen child deaths cut in half and over three million young lives saved.
The wily mosquito has been stalking mankind for over 210million years and tragically still kills a child every minute. However, the last decade has seen huge progress with child deaths halved since 2000 and 26 countries on track to eliminate malaria.
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Perhaps then, there is a pressure to keep up appearances, whether you are from the county of Gloucestershire or not! So, a tip from me, if you are keen to fit in with the 'British trend,' I recommend saving all the money you have.