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July 19, 2018 3:51 PM Outrage as most children set to miss Maypole Primary School fun day for not having perfect attendance

Parents have been left outraged after they found out most of their children will miss out on a school fun day because they didn't go into class every day. Pupils at Maypole Primary School who achieved 100% attendance throughout the year will be able to go to the fun day next week, but most of the school population will not. In total only 29 pupils out of 420 will be able to go to the fun day, but this has caused 5

July 17, 2018 2:52 PM Sky Data poll: Britons do not think Theresa May is in control of her own party

Britons disagree with the prime minister's proposal that MPs take an early summer holiday amid votes on key Brexit legislation. With the prime minister failing to gain universal backing among Conservatives for the Brexit deal she thrashed out with her cabinet at Chequers earlier this month, and facing further rebellions over key legislation, 74% of people 7

July 17, 2018 11:05 AM Eight people convicted following summer anti-drink drive campaign

The first drivers have been convicted following this summer’s anti-drink and drug driving campaign. Essex Police's campaign ran from Thursday, June 14 and finished on Sunday, July 15 and highlighted how alcohol and drugs can impair your reactions when driving. - Told to pay £85 costs and £115 victim surcharge and driving licence endorsed for driving 7

July 17, 2018 10:59 AM The Howl & The Hum lined up for a Lazy Sunday Afternoon at Leeds Wharf

YORK band The Howl & The Hum will perform at August 19's Lazy Sunday Afternoon at Leeds Wharf Chamber. The curators, Bradford’s cinematic alt-rock quartet Glass Mountain, first put on a Lazy Sunday line-up last summer and now return with Leeds indie pop band The Golden Age Of TV; Preston ethereal dream-pop four-piece Dream English Kid; psychedelic Brighton 8

July 16, 2018 9:18 AM Summer attraction closes one day after grand opening

A new family attraction at Bluewater had to be closed one day after its grand opening because the pool was contaminated. The Beach held its grand opening on Friday, July, 13 at the site in Greenhithe when hundreds of excited children and their parents went along to enjoy the attraction. The attraction is opened during the summer months and features lots of rides 13

July 15, 2018 9:17 PM Time to go bananas! FEMAIL picks out the best of the fruity style for embracing the trend this summer

With temperatures so tropical this summer, fashion is getting fruitier. From lemon-drop earrings to pomegranate-print bags, it has never been easier to inject a little zest into your wardrobe. Designer Stella McCartney has covered dresses in fruity prints, while Italian fashion house Dolce & Gabbana sent a tangerine-themed necklace on to the catwalk 11

July 15, 2018 4:00 AM More 'playful' proposals emerge for York Central site

MORE details have emerged about the evolving plans for the York Central development site. Playful streets with courtyards, allotments and picnic areas, communal rooftop gardens, an amphitheatre and a village green are some of the ideas that could be taken forward as part of the scheme, says the York Central Partnership. “These are just some of the concepts 7

July 14, 2018 11:33 AM School holds successful summer fete

HUNDREDS of families enjoyed a school’s fete in the glorious sunshine. Holt Farm Junior School, in Hawkwell, held a number of stalls and activities during the event. They were also pleased to welcome Rayleigh and Wickford MP Mark Francois. The school believes it has raised thousands of pounds, which will go into improving facilities at the school 8

July 14, 2018 8:45 AM Huge iceberg threatens Greenland village

A huge iceberg has drifted close to a village in western Greenland, prompting a partial evacuation in case it splits and the resulting wave swamps homes. The iceberg is looming over houses on a promontory in the Innaarsuit village but is grounded and did not move overnight, local media say. Last summer, four people died after waves swamped houses in northwestern 6

July 13, 2018 6:18 PM Majorca TOURIST CRACKDOWN: Palma ‘being RUINED’ as city sets LIMIT on number of tourists

MAJORCA's government has announced plans to limit the number of tourists arriving to the island’s biggest city, Palma de Majorca, after local Mayor Antoni Noguera expressed outrage at chaos caused by influx of holiday makers to the Spanish holiday hotspot. Mr Noguera declared plans to restrict the number of available hotel rooms and guests beds in from 80,000 to 65,000, in a bid to place 9