On Wednesday 10th February 2016 we will be taking a trip to one of Manchester iconic buildings the Central Library where we shall be interviewing Cllr Andrew Simcock on his recent successful campaign for a Memorial Statue of MRS Pankhurst of the Suffragette Movement pictured above speaking to very skeptical looking men with regard to ‘votes for women’ this is a new venture for Manchester as it seems the only female statue we have at the moment is Queen Victoria there are countless Male statues and I am pleased to say Mrs. Pankhurst is a well-deserved subject to help in a very small way to redress the balance we will be giving a full report after the interview with Cllr Simcock, we understand the Statue of Mrs. Pankhurst will be situated at the Manchester Central Library and will be unveiled sometime in 2019
Pictured below is the newly renovated sitting room of the original house of the ‘s in Plymouth Grove Manchester where meetings took place for the Suffrage movement.
Blood tests spot ovarian cancer early
A blood test every four months could help detect tumour
in women with high risk of ovarian cancer, say doctors.
Currently there is no screening test for this high-risk woman with potential killer.
In trial on 4348 women, published in the Journal of Clinical Oncology, cancers were detected earlier,
when they should be easier to treat. Unfortunately, it is still unclear if blood tests would be able to save lives.
Breast and ovarian cancer runs in Caroline Presho’s family. The 43 year old, from Hertfordshire,
inherited a genetic flaw called BRCA2. “I’m a bit of a rubbish mutant” Caroline states
“I say it’s like the X-men but I have the ability to develop cancer!”
Researchers said that they also found a physical exercise did not make up for too much tv , computer screen time. The university of Bristol study , published in paediatrics , involved more than 1,000 children aged about 10 years old . This leads them to have a limited two hour screen time per day was a sensible time limit .
Researchers also measured how long children spend in front of a screen as well as the physiological well being using a questionnaire.
This is Charlotte Tinker reporting for BBC News School Report. David Cameron (UK Prime Minister) has defended the deal UK authorities have made with google over tax. He said that the conservatives have done more than any other government. Google have agreed to pay £130m of tax dating back to 2005 to HMRC (Her Majesty’s Revenue and customs). However, European MP’s have described it as a “very bad deal” and Labour have said it amounted to a 3% tax rate. This has been Charlotte Tinker reporting for BBC News School Report.