A London museum told a mother to stop breastfeeding, immediately regretted it | indy100

The Victoria and Albert Museum is one of London’s more prestigious and beautiful museums. Based in Knightsbridge, it houses a permanent collection of 4.5 million art and design objects, making it the largest museum in the world of it’s kind. They’ve got everything: post-classical sculpture, Italian Renaissance paintings and ancient ceramics. Given that they proudly exhibit cultures from all over the world, you’d think they’d be OK with breastfeeding in 2017. Sadly not.

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Everton’s under-23 squad help buy house for homeless – BBC News

Everton FC’s under-23 team have helped raise £245,000 to buy a house for young people at risk of becoming homeless.

The money will be used to buy and run a house near Goodison Park for 16 to 23-year-olds who have fallen on hard times and need a place to stay in Liverpool. Continue reading “Everton’s under-23 squad help buy house for homeless – BBC News”

Turning homes into power stations could cut household fuel bills by more than 60 percent — ScienceDaily

Energy bills could be cut by more than 60 percent — saving the average household over £600 a year — if homes were designed to generate, store and release their own solar energy, a report has revealed. The concept has already been proven and is operating successfully on a building in the UK.

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Scientists discover two potentially habitable ‘super-Earth’ planets

Researchers from the University of Hertfordshire believe that the rocky planets only 12 light years away could host liquid water.

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Refugee dubbed ‘the little Picasso’ to hold first art exhibition – to raise money for sick Serbian boy | The Independent

A 10-year-old refugee, who has attracted global attention and the nickname of “the little Picasso” for his artistic talent, is holding his first exhibition – and donating all the money raised at the event to a sick Serbian boy.

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Millions of British couples stay together just to buy a house | The Independent

1.8 million UK adults are staying in relationships simply so that they can buy a house faster, a new survey has found.

Πηγή: Millions of British couples stay together just to buy a house | The Independent