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Luke and Olga burns, and their children Lolita, Alina and Nicolas, have spent the past three years living in hotels after Bristol City Council rejected their housing application in 2014.
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crisis in this country at the same time as children are going hungry. I think the policy sounds a great idea and a great use for the sugary drinks tax. We have to think if children are allowed free school meals then.
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We have to think if children are allowed free school meals then why not in the holidays, it seems that this is a sensible plan to look after children when they are not at school. A lot still to come.
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I heard of the phenomenon from teacher friends of the notion of children coming in in the morning with the hunger... And we have seen the growth in breakfast clubs... My teacher friend said to me if it wasn't for the breakfast club.
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It is difficult to look at it. You look at it journalistically and it's still a good story which sounds grossly insensitive when you think of the parents, and actually at the heart of this is absolute family tragedy and turmoil. Up to 3 million British children going hungry during school holidays.
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They have got their young children, the twins to take care of. We have to think it is great that there is a breakthrough but what else do we need to do? What other time and resources can be invested to find Madeline? Camilla, it is still something that arouses passions of a lot of people.
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Flig(t3, hotel, car hire... and all our activities. Everything was there for us on Expedia. It was perfect for our holiday with the children
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Ultimately, you have to keep going. Especially when other children are involved. Before Madeleine was taken, we thought we could keep a little, perfect, nuclear family of five and we had that for a short period, and I suppose it is the same way as if your child becomes ill,.
Lincolnshire Echo
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East Lindsey has the fattest children in England, according to new data which shows obesity rates by council ward. In the district's Sutton-on-Sea ward, 35 per cent of children in Year 6 are classed as obese - the highest rate in England. A further 49 per cent of 10 and 11 year olds in the area are considered overweight, meaning that in total almost every child there is heavier than they should be. READ MORE: Hospitals tell visitors to stay away after outbreak of highly contagious vomiting...
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got to adapt. I think that is a theme that speaking to other people who have gone through terribly traumatic processes with children and other loved ones, that is something that gradually happens, and you adapt, and you have a new normality. Unfortunately for us, the new normality at the minute.
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a lot of trauma and upset, but ultimately, you have got to keep going, especially when you have other children involved. Some of that is subconscious. I think your mind and your body take over to a certain extent. But if you can't change something immediately, you have to go with it and do the best that you can, and that is all we have tried to do
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I assume the idea of someone else looking after your children seemed unthinkable after what happened. You just needed to be with the children and just be there. Certainly initially, absolutely. The kids weren't even in school. I wanted to be there
Sky News
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His children had been successful through the business, because their father is elected president I don't think they should no longer have the opportunity to be successful. You are very trusting of him. I am. Listen, we have had this process and it gets you where we are
BBC News 24
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We are aware of things that get said, because people alert us to it. I guess our worry is for our children. Of course. Because they are now 12. They are at an age where social media becomes increasingly important. We don't want to dwell on the negative aspects too long.
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I think we just need to channel that. I just have to hope that in the long run justice will prevail and all will be well. I think for us personally but for the rest of the family as well. The children? Yes, and our wider family, our own parents, brothers and sisters etc
BBC News 24
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and essentially you have got a British subject, the subject of a crime, and other crimes came to light following Madeleine's abduction that involved British tourists, so I think prosecuting to a reasonable end is what you would expect. But of course it doesn't happen. Sadly there are many children that go missing.
West Briton
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The childcare centre crisis in a west Cornwall looks to be improving. In February Cornwall Live reported that Penzance could get a new outstanding children's nursery and now the town has just seen the re-launch of Bolitho Nursery. The nursery, on Polwithen Road, held a special open day last month to raise awareness of its facilities which has led to a surge in enquiries from new parents. The re-launch event welcomed visitors with a tour of the toddler, baby and pre-school rooms,...
Japan Times
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I haven't once spoken my mother tongue Kilokele in the 62 years I've lived in Kinshasa. None of my nine children speak it, says Charles ...
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stove. Mr Cameron is writing a memoir of his years another ten after stepping down. He has competition, his children are keen to use it as a Wendy house. No word yet on whether it will be used for the traditional purposes of using -- of storing hassled by the cement and making home-brew. Let's have a look at the weather
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Collective Evolution
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I’d found the holy grail: freedom and doing something valuable for the world. We moved, again. I left academia (disenchantment with the politics) and I trained as a yoga teacher, then a yoga educator (using yoga and meditation with teachers and children with special needs). My theme continued: freedom — my choice — who, when, what to teach! Then my two-year-old son was diagnosed with cancer. I officially lost control. Lumbar punctures, surgery to insert a medi-port into his jugular for the chemotherapy, hair loss (“mama there are spiders in my mouthclumps of hair would fall out when he slept), screaming with the pain of urinating chemotherapy drugs, sores, rages brought on by the steroids. Managing his scared four-year old brother’s reactions. Cancer isnt pretty. Pediatric cancer is another whole level of nasty. He survived (now a thriving 11-year-old), but the stress from it did not dissipate.
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All along this coastline were forts, where men, women and children would be held in miserable conditions, before their dangerous journey. This was the largest of those forts. These days, it's a museum. So this was a male dungeon
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the ten year anniversary, there was with this glimmer of hope because they have seen them over the past few years, since Madeline disappeared, a number of other children who have spent time in captivity managing to make their escape. And also, the one thing Jerry said that I certainly agree.