Road safety event by Telford-based advanced motorist group on April 10

Road safety event by Telford-based advanced motorist group on April 10Telford & Wrekin Group Of Advanced Motorists and Motorcyclists is organizing a road safety event on April 10.

The event, for which the Telford-based advanced motorist group is inviting road users including car, motorcycle and commercial vehicle drivers, will kick off at 10 am and will conclude by 4pm.

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79% of Irish smokers want to give it up!

79% of Irish smokers want to give it up!Ireland, vis-à-vis most other European countries, apparently has the maximum proportion of smokers who wish to kick the habit!

A study, conducted by InSites Consulting in February, has revealed that smokers in Ireland want to kick the cigarette habit more than their counterparts in almost every other country in Europe. As per the survey’s statistics, nearly 79 percent of the smokers want to give it up!

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Italian Vogue editor: Facebook is “the real culprit” in propagating teen anorexia

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CQC inspectors raise concerns about basic standard of care at WHIPPS CROSS

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FDA Recalls Peppers in 4 States for Salmonella Contamination

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Traffic Accident Traumatic Enough to Trigger Chronic Widespread Pain

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