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Sixth death at popular City restaurant as man falls from rooftop terrace

| blog, L&B World, News | January 18, 2016

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The incident occurred just after 4pm on Sunday at Coq D’Argent (Picture: Chris Gascoigne/View Picture/REX/Shutterstock)

A man has died after falling from the rooftop of a popular city restaurant, making him the sixth to have died in nine years at the same location.

The 29-year-old man fell to his death from the rooftop terrace of Coq D’Argent on Queen Victoria Street.

He was pronounced dead at the scene after paramedics were called to the restaurant just after 4pm on Sunday.

Police closed off the road to traffic… Read the full story

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Cab driver’s wife launches campaign to force TFL to shut down Uber

| blog, L&B World, News | January 18, 2016

LONDON, ENGLAND - JUNE 02: In this photo illustration, a smartphone displays the 'Uber' mobile application which allows users to hail private-hire cars from any location on June 2, 2014 in London, England. The controversial piece of software, which is opposed by established taxi drivers, currently serves more than 100 cities in 37 countries. London's black cabs are seeking a High Court ruling on the claim that the Uber software is breaking the law by using an app as a taxi meter to determine rates. (Photo by Oli Scarff/Getty Images)
Artemis Mercer hopes to shut down Uber with her crowdfunding campaign (Picture: Oli Scarff/Getty Images)

It is said that Uber’s success story rivals even… Read the full story

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Looking for a new job? Here’s what you should have on your CV

| blog, L&B World, News | January 18, 2016

Finding a new job is extremely hard. Landing your dream job even more so because you have to prove why YOU are perfect for the job.

Oh and you’re expected to do that within the restraints of a two-page document.

Your CV is crucial in setting you apart from other potential applicants yet many people still underestimate how important it is and what to prioritise.

According to a recent survey, what we think is important on a CV is vastly different to what employers are actually looking for.

MORE: These are our perfect jobs – if money wasn’t an issue

For example, 72 per cent of people think it’s important to include personal interest section in their CV while only 41 per cent of recruiters agree.

The survey, carried out by recruitment specialists, Michael Page, surveyed 2,000 people and 480 recruiters.

Other tips revealed in the survey include the fact… Read the full story

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Woman beats husband’s mistress then throws her off a bridge

| blog, L&B World, News | January 18, 2016

This is the horrific moment an enraged wife takes revenge on her husband’s mistress by beating her up and throwing her off a bridge.

The vicious attack, which was posted to video site Liveleak, was allegedly captured in Brazil and shows what appears to be a mistress being dragged on a road.

The wife can be seen gripping the hair of the smaller woman, who desperately tries to cling on to a gate while she strikes her head.

MORE: Kerry Katona’s estranged husband denies beating her up

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Airhostess jokingly says ‘we don’t want to die’ when ice forms on wing, passengers fail to see the funny side

| blog, L&B World, News | January 18, 2016

This Ryanair hostess thought she would lighten up passengers’ moods after their flight was delayed for almost eight hours. 

Except she ended up cracking a joke that left passengers stunned and speechless instead.

The stewardess tells passengers on board the flight from Glasgow to Dublin: ‘We have ice on the wing – we don’t want to die!’

MORE: Ryanair’s new design is a whole lot classier – but will we get any more legroom?

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Woman faces jail for tagging someone on Facebook

| blog, L&B World, News | January 18, 2016

Maria Gonzalez could face up to one year in jail for criminal contempt after she breached her court order (Picture: BRENDAN SMIALOWSKI/AFP/GettyImages)
Maria Gonzalez could face up to one year in jail for criminal contempt after she breached her court order (Picture: BRENDAN SMIALOWSKI/AFP/GettyImages)

When you’re behind a computer screen, it’s easy to feel invincible.

There’s the presumption you can say or do a lot more without getting in trouble for it.

But reality caught up with one woman who now faces jail because of a comment she made on Facebook.

Maria Gonzalez was under a protection order and was not meant to contact her sister-in-law, Maribel Calderon, according to New York Law Journal.

But she did… Read the full story

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Chipotle is temporarily closing all of its restaurants on February 8

| blog, L&B World, News | January 15, 2016

A Chipotle Mexican Grill restaurant is seen in Washington, DC, December 22, 2015. Chipotle shares tumbled on news that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is investigating an outbreak of E. coli that may be unrelated to a previous one in November that led to 53 cases in nine states. AFP PHOTO / SAUL LOEB / AFP / SAUL LOEB (Photo credit should read SAUL LOEB/AFP/Getty Images)
A Chipotle Mexican Grill restaurant (Picture: SAUL LOEB/AFP/Getty Images)

Chipotle is to close all its stores temporarily on February 8.

The stores, which have suffered from several outbreaks of E.coli, salmonella and norovirus in the last year, are due to have a meeting to discuss… Read the full story

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‘Illegal’ faith school in London ordered to close because it doesn’t teach English

| blog, Department for Education, L&B World, News | January 15, 2016

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A Talmud Torah class not from the same school (File picture: REX/Shutterstock)

An orthodox Jewish school has been ordered to shut down after inspectors found it had been operating illegally for 40 years and it was not teaching children English.

The Charedi Talmud Torah Tashbar school in Stamford Hill, north London was ordered to close by the Department for Education after Ofsted warned that it was failing to meet the ‘minimum’ standards required.

Inspectors found that the school, which has more than 200 students, encourages ‘cultural and ethnic insularity because it is so narrow and almost exclusively rooted in the study of the… Read the full story

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The Bunny Diaries: This bunny got the royal treatment when a little girl left it behind at a hotel

| blog, L&B World, News | January 15, 2016

Bunny stays at Adare Manor Hotel
Kate Hogan with her Jellycat bunny (Picture: Kieran Hogan)

When a little girl left her favourite stuffed toy behind at a hotel she was devastated.

But staff at Adare Manor Hotel in Ireland made sure her bunny got the royal treatment until the pair could be reunited.

They posted a picture of the bunny in a glamorous red velvet chair on their Facebook page with the caption ‘I lost my owner at breakfast.’

So begins ‘The Bunny Diaries’…

Jellycat was treated to a luxurious afternoon-tea, complete with scones, cakes and finger sandwiches, as he gazed out at the manor’s beautiful landscape.

Bunny stays at Adare Manor Hotel Credit:… <a href=Read the full story

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Teacher who ‘opened train toilet doors and took pictures of women’ allowed back in the classroom

| blog, L&B World, News | January 15, 2016

Teacher who opened train toilet doors and took pictures back in the classroom Picture shows Steven Addison Credit: Police Handout
Steven Addison who opened train toilet doors and took pictures of women has been allowed back in the classroom (Picture: Police Handout)

A teacher who ‘opened the door of a train toilet and took pictures of women inside’ will be allowed to return to the classroom.

Steven Addison, who is a biology teacher at Auchmuty High School in Glenrothes, Fife, admitted to behaving in a ‘disorderly manner’ on an Edinburgh train on July 3 last year.

Mr Addison, 39, waived his right to a full hearing in front of the General Teaching Council for Scotland (GTCS) by… Read the full story

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