It's Port Talbot.
Four thousand workers and 3,000 contractors face potentially losing their jobs in the town – not to mention the many businesses who rely on the factory indirectly.
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It's the Scottish parliament building that wasn't designed by Hadid.
The others are the London Aquatics Centre, the Riverside Museum in Glasgow, and the Serpentine Sackler Gallery in London, all of which Hadid designed.
It was Storm Katie.
At least 2,000 homes were left without power and 23 flood warnings were issued as Katie brought high winds and heavy rain to the UK on Easter Monday.
It's mothers – they are concerned the new pay deal won't protect those on maternity leave or with childcare responsibilities.
The government's own assessment acknowledged that it may disadvantage some women doctors, but concluded that “any indirect adverse effect on women is a proportionate means of achieving a legitimate aim”.
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It was Paul Dacre, the longstanding editor of the Daily Mail.
Dacre claimed £59,534 in 2014 alone for his Langwell Estate from the EU's Common Agricultural Policy fund. In a separate move, Dacre – whose paper is also notoriously sceptical of climate change – has set up a business to develop renewable energy, building a hydroelectric power plant on his Scottish land.
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It was A.G. Barr, manufacturer of Scotland's favourite hangover cure, Irn-Bru.
A.G. Barr said it would “substantially” reduce the sugar in its drinks to reflect the changing preferences of shoppers. It also said it expected the financial impact of the new sugary drinks tax to be minimal.
Cupcake managed to get trapped inside a box of DVDs.
"I feel terrible about what’s happened, because I put everything in the box and sealed it straight away so I don’t how she managed to get in there," her owner Julie Baggott said.
He didn't want any: Corbett played the shopkeeper in the famous "Four Candles" sketch.
It was Ronnie Barker who played the customer (who in any case wanted fork handles, not four candles...).
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