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A new servey says that 12 year old children are the most likely to be hit whilst crossing the road.
the reason is that most secondary schools don’t teach road safety and most year 7 children walk to school on their own
Buster the Staffordshire bull terrier must be a very hungry dog – he even ate his 2ft long metal lead!
The nine-month-old puppy needed emergency surgery after eating the chain when his owner wasn’t looking.
Swallowing the metal could have been really dangerous for Buster.
But luckily his local Pet Aid hospital managed to remove it with no complications, and he’s now back to his boisterous self
Their target was to destroy three dams in the Ruhr Valley to deliver a punch against Nazi Germany’s industrial war machine.
A 10 ton bomb dropped at 40,000 feet would go 135 feet into a normal surface and would create no crater as all energy would be directed into an earthquake effect with potentially devastating consequences.
The move for women to have the vote had really started in 1897 when Millicent Fawcett founded the National Union of Women’s Suffrage. “Suffrage” means the right to vote and that is what women wanted – hence its inclusion in Fawcett’s title.
The Suffragettes refused to bow to violence. They burned down churches as the Church of England was against what they wanted; they vandalised Oxford Street, apparently breaking all the windows in this famous street; they chained themselves to Buckingham Palace as the Royal Family were seen to be against women having the right to vote; they hired out boats, sailed up the Thames and shouted abuse through loud hailers at Parliament as it sat; others refused to pay their tax. Politicians were attacked as they went to work. Their homes were fire bombed. Golf courses were vandalised. The first decade of Britain in the C20th was proving to be violent in the extreme.
In fact, the Suffragettes started off relatively peacefully. It was only in 1905 that the organisation created a stir when Christabel Pankhurst and Annie Kenney interrupted a political meeting in Manchester to ask two Liberal politicians (Winston Churchill and Sir Edward Grey) if they believed women should have the right to vote.
The most famous act associated with the Suffragettes was at the June 1913 Derby when Emily Wilding threw herself under the King’s horse.
When they where put in prison most went on a hunger strike, and had to be force fed by a tube through the nose.
When who were put in prison?
Humans could evolve to grow beaks instead of teeth.Trips to the dentist, braces and toothache could one day be a thing of the past, according to one scientist.Dr Gareth Fraser, a biologist at University of Sheffield, thinks that human teeth could eventually fuse together to form a pointy beak.A beak would be much tougher than teeth, and would not rot, chip or fall out!
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