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ITV’s Britain’s Got Talent will come to Lincoln on October 19 to find contestants for next year’s competition.
Who doesn’t love Pancakes? Lewis Woollard delivers the perfect guide on making this delightful dish!
Will Pryer contributed to this report. ‘How I Live Now’ is a disturbingly realistic take on an apocalyptic war set in Britain, but will confuse those who are unfamiliar with the novel.
Are the BNP really the spin-free, propagandaless, truth-speaking vigilantes they claim to be? No, and here’s why.
The Linc spoke exclusively with Lord Victor Adebowale, the University of Lincoln’s new Chancellor, about his social care interests and what he can do to improve the University of Lincoln.
Daily media coverage of the recession and the credit crunch leaves many students feeling helpless for a solution to the problem of how to pay for food and rent whilst also maintaining a social life. Rethinking what to buy and where to shop are small lifestyle changes, but they can produce loose change to pay for some drinks at the weekend.
Eleven nations in the European Union now have some form of ID card, even if they are not compulsory. Apart from the UK, the only members without any form of identity card scheme are Ireland, Denmark, Latvia and Lithuania.
John Pilger, world-renowned journalist, visited the University of Lincoln earlier this month to receive an Honorary Doctorate of Arts. The Linc exclusively interviewed Mr. Pilger to find out his views on the Ruso-Georgian conflict, the future of American politics, censorship, propaganda and the evolution of the University of Lincoln.
Let us not, then, dither over decisions that are key to our future. Let us not take for granted our prospects. Instead, let us be positive as we set off on another year. Let us go forth to making the best of our year.