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6 of the Most Extreme Weather Records on Planet Earth

The weather is the most talked about topic in the UK; with 9 out of 10 Brits mentioning the matter every 6 hours. Nonetheless, after this article an overcast sky and light drizzle will become a welcome sight. Some of the following records are from some of the most hostile and unthinkable environmental conditions on the planet.

 

  1. Extreme Heat: 56.7was recorded in Death Valley, California on July 10th, 1913.
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Dildos on Campus

The Spark Newspaper

On January 18th, a prank show for Channel Four exhibited a male contraceptive stall on campus just outside the Students Union Building. On display were different types of male contraception some real and some ridiculously fabricated.

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Students Report Mental Health Problems

In recent years, mental health has become one of the most prevalent issues affecting people in the
UK. Approximately 1 in 4 people in the UK will experience a mental health problem each year. In
England, a staggering 1 in 6 people report experiencing a common mental health problem in any
given week. The most common mental health problem in England is generalised anxiety disorder
(GAD), affecting 5.9 out of 100 people.» >

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New Rail Prices: Fare or Unfare?

Commuter

A significant hike in rail fairs could see students finding it more difficult to escape back home
from exam stress in the future after prices rise by 3%.
As of January 3, 2018 prices have been raised across the country by an average 3.7%. The exact
amount varies by region, with the highest hikes seen in the North.
According to National Rail, the raise in prices will directly help the rail network.» >

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