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Suicide Prevention, Property Surgery, Viagra and Name the Place

Do we need a government minister for suicide prevention? Plus, property surgery and Name the Place.

84 life sized statues have appeared on the roof of ITV's headquarters on London's South Bank. Each sculpture represents the number of men who take their own lives in the UK every week. At the same time a petition has been launched calling on the UK Government to make suicide prevention a government minister's responsibility.
Do we need a Government Minister for suicide prevention?

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Actress and former Radio 1 presenter Jameela Jamil says there's an "epidemic of low self-esteem" for girls and women because of social media. She's started a campaign called "I Weigh" to celebrate people's achievements rather than their weight. So how do we teach our young people to love who they are? Laura Dockrill is the Author of Big Bones, Moira Cormack is a writer and mum of 4 girls, Edinburgh and Dr Terri Apter is a Psychologist at the University of Cambridge and Author 'Passing Judgement'.

TV and Radio Presenter Paul O'Grady has said that he has spotted UFO's and that he is terrified he will wake up one day face to face with an Alien - are we too quick to dismiss UFO claims?

Clue 1: The first clue to today's place is in the first verse of Robert Burns' poem Tam o' Shanter.
Clue 2: The second clue comes before "something borrowed, something blue".
Clue 3: It has a statue of a former inhabitant who shared a name with Robert the Bruce.
Clue 4: The place is not named after a king.
Clue 5: However, some street names have a royal theme.
Clue 6: Other local place-names are from as far afield as Palestine and Central America.

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Tue 27 Mar 2018 09:00


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