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What to Expect From This Year’s Eurovision Song Contest

It’s the greatest show on Earth, with around 200 million people all over the world expected to tune in to the final. That’s right, it’s Eurovision time again. This year’s contest is being held in Kiev, following Ukraine’s win in the 2016 contest with Jamala’s 1944. 26 countries...
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Universities given permission to increase tuition fees every year

Almost all universities in England have been granted permission to increase tuition fees year-on-year, following new legislation being pushed through Parliament before the general election. Ministers claim the new legislation comes as part of efforts to improve teaching in higher education, offering greater value for money for new...
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