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OPERATOR Tom Dale insists the former Storm night club in Scunthorpe High Street has finally been laid to rest. He and his 12 staff are working on a re-launch next month. Guest DJs from Zante, Greece and Ayia Napa, Cyprus, are to be introduced along with city-style cocktails. The opening hours will be between 10pm and 3pm initially on Fridays and Saturdays and later on Thursday. But the name of the new-look venue remains a mystery. Tom revealed there was a clue to the name in the logo...
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to come back and collect as many working-class vote is middle-class vote -- a very rare thing in Europe. It would help. If you give Greece as an example, they had an overwhelming majority to reject the EU deal,.
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and I checked my direct messages in Instagram, and a guy from Greece was like, 'Your music would work here. I can't get in touch with your label. Can you give me your manager's email'? So I did. I didn't really pay attention cos I thought he wanted it for a film
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All of a sudden, it's charting in Greece. 'What's that mean'? Awesome. How brilliant. It was cool. You've written for so many people, big, huge names, even the Backstreet Boys, for goodness sake!.
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The current single is about a break-up with your ex-girlfriend. Part of its success - I love this story, tell me it's true - is down to a man from Greece. How random is that? Very random
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OPERATOR Tom Dale insists the former Storm night club in Scunthorpe High Street has finally been laid to rest. He and his 12 staff are working on a re-launch next month. Guest DJs from Zante, Greece and Ayia Napa, Cyprus, are to be introduced along with city-style cocktails. The opening hours will be between 10pm and 3pm initially on Fridays and Saturdays and later on Thursday. But the name of the new-look venue remains a mystery. Tom revealed there was a clue to the name in the logo...
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yesterday, very interested in the project. And nothing else but the project. If Greece goes down, big deal, what was a line from The Simpsons? - one welcome our new alien overlords and I have always thought that about Jean-Claude Juncker and Donald Tusk. They did.
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not let Greece go down. He said I would never have taken the deal, they are interested in the project and if they want 60 billion, I will tell them where to put that. If they want the project to survive, they cannot make it look too easy for Britain?.
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GREECE is facing a population crisis after years of austerity has forced people to put off having children due to the eye-watering cost.
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Parliament members from Sweden, Greece, France, Italy, Spain, Britain, Austria, Denmark and Portugal took part in the sit-in. Representative of the Palestinian embassy in Brussels Adel Attiyeh also took part in the gathering. http://www.maannews.com/Content.aspx?id=776720 Gideon Levy: The longest-serving Palestinian inmate in Israeli prison Haaretz 29 Apr by Gideon Levy & Alex Levac He was released in a prisoner swap after serving 33 years for the murder of an Israeli officer, then sent back in on a technicality The three photographs on the chest of drawers at the entrance to the living room tell the whole unbelievable story. The first shot, from 1978, shows a long-haired youth. The second, taken 15 years later, is a portrait of a prisoner between his two aged parents, both of whom lean on canes. It was taken the last time they met.
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Maybe even later in the day in northern Ireland, around the coasts, it could even touch gale-force. How are we doing compared to the rest of Europe on Saturday? Actually, fairly similar there in Paris, 17 degrees. But we are doing better than Madrid, in Madrid about 14 degrees. Rome will be sunny, at 22. The real heat at the moment across Greece, there,.
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How are we doing compared to the rest of Europe on Saturday? Actually, fairly similar there in Paris, 17 degrees. We are doing better than Madrid. Rome will be sunny, at 22. The real heat at the moment across Greece, there, into the 30s
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interest, about a figure we haven't heard about for a bit actually. Yanis Varoufakis. What's he up to? He is writing a memoir, the former Greek Finance minister for the radical left party. Which promised to end Greece's anti-austerity programme. It was originally crushed by the EU. Basically they ended up accepting most of the EU reform,.
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The story the Telegraph has picked out from it is the revelation that the powerful German finance minister, Wolfgang Schauble, admitted to Varoufakis, that if he was Greek, he wouldn't agree to the deal. Because Greece was shafted by Germany in this austerity deal. And the advice to Theresa May is don't give an inch.
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in Greece was. It completely battered the people of that country. The way they were treated at that time was appalling and barbaric. And their sovereignty was not respected. It shows that even the EU knew at the time that it was behaving badly. And really the real victims of this is not people like Varoufakis, who is still very successful, it is the ordinary Greek people who deserve better
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German financial man, admitted to Yanis Varoufakis, that if he was there, he wouldn't agree to the deal. Because Greece was shafted by Germany in this deal. And the advice to Theresa May is don't give an inch when negotiating with the Germans particular. In the upcoming negotiations. Stick to.
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your guns and don't be played for a full, because he feels there is. Acho soured rages the austerity programme in Greece was. It completely bad at the people of that country. The way they were treated at that time was appalling and barbaric. And their sovereignty was not respected. It shows that even the.
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German financial man, admitted to Yanis Varoufakis, that if he was there, he wouldn't agree to the deal. Because Greece was shafted by Germany in this deal. And the advice to Theresa May is don't give an inch when negotiating with the Germans particular. In the upcoming negotiations. Stick to.