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Wednesday, 30 July 2014

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Saying hello can be a dirty business

EM Ann McVea column header WHICH are you – an exuberant high-fiver or a polite handshaker?

Don’t derail Thomas tales

EM Darren McSweeney SO last week I wrote about trains. Same again this week I’m afraid.

Railways need future-proofing

EM Stewart Young EARLIER this month, the government looked a gift horse in the mouth.

Policy is a real boost to schools

Tim Farron ONE of the policies introduced by the coalition government that I am proudest of is something called the “Pupil Premium”.

Indifference plays into Putin’s hands

Louise Allonby IT has been difficult to understand the international community’s response to the behaviour of Russia over recent months.

Passengers want better connection

EM Peter Grenville column WHEN I was but a simple lad, train journeys were an adventure of I-Spy, crisps, conversation and maybe a book. Now all we seem to want is a decent wifi connection.

Legal highs must be taken seriously

EM John Woodcock I’VE had some unusual and surprising experiences as an MP over the past four years, but I certainly never expected to be handed £200 worth of new chemical highs – or “legal highs” as they are often misleadingly called – by a constituent.

Walk reaffirms faith in the human spirit

EM Keswick to Barrow walk 2012/50033512B004 Evening Mail editor Jonathan Lee has been sharing his training notes in the run-up to the big day. Here, he shares his expeience of an incredible day of teamwork and cameraderie at Saturday's event

Sign up to save hospital services

Jamie Reed IF you hadn’t already noticed, it was recently announced that the body which looks after the West Cumberland Hospital – the North Cumbria Acute Hospitals Trust – is now seeking to merge with another trust, after being forced by government to make cuts it simply cannot yet do. (2 comments)

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