CELEBRATIONS deemed dangerous.
Revellers in the English county
of Burnham-on-Sea have been
dampened by a wet blanket
thrown over their plans by the
Somerset County Council who
have banned bunting for the
Queen’s Jubilee celebrations due
to health and safety concerns.
The county planned to string
plastic flags between shops and
lamp posts, but has since been
told it cannot, because stress
testing has not been conducted
on each pole and shop.
ALCOHOL kills brain cells.
A new poster-boy for anti-binge
drinking has emerged in Canada,
after he was ...
The above snippet is the first part of an article sent to subscribers in Pharmacy Daily's issue from 28 May 12
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