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Review of the Week 26th May – 1st June

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Nice flow to your writing and a captivating account of the events covered. Very interesting. Many thanks, Peter

The David and Christina Show

Welcome to another edition of Review of the week. This week, we will took a look at the European elections, what’s secret of the Iraq war?, the migrants wanting a new life in Europe, latest on the world cup and French Open and a look at the Biggest Boxing match in 70 years.

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So its the week after the European election and there are some pretty huge changes we got to talk about. Nigel Farage has actually achieved his dream by winning the overall thing for UKIP. I was probable as surprised as anyone but from going past places locally with big posters for UKIP, everyone wanted change for the better.

So what’s that going to mean for the UK in general. The three big parties are all going to be very worried because UKIP has already got a spare and now is planning for the strike for…

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Chester Cathedral Exterior

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Mark Simms Photography

I’m ashamed to say that although I have visited Chester many times (living most of my life within fairly easy reach of the city) it was only a few weeks ago that I properly explored it’s Cathedral for the first time.

Originally the abbey church of an 11th Century Benedictine monastery dedicated to St Werburgh, the Cathedral has been extensively modified and restored over the subsequent 900 or so years. Here are a few shots of the exterior, which include the Garden of Remembrance for the Cheshire Regiment which sits within the Cathedral grounds:

© Mark Simms Photography (2014)

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iTunes App Store Now Has 1.2 Million Apps, Has Seen 75 Billion Downloads To Date

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Deepak verma

At Apple’s Worldwide Developer’s Conference in San Francisco this morning, the company announced that the iOS App Store has now reached 1.2 million applications – a staggering number that puts Apple neck-and-neck with competitor Google, which is currently estimated to have roughly 1.2 million. For
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Apple’s iOS 8 update is subtle, contains no hint of a bigger iPhone

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Gigaom

As expected, Apple(s appl) announced the next version of its mobile operating system, iOS 8, at its annual WWDC event in San Francisco on Monday. In contrast to the major visual overhaul presented in iOS 7, this update is more subtle in its improvements.

While there aren’t a lot of new design changes, there have been major improvements to notifications that users will immediately recognize. Notably, notifications are now “interactive,” which means users can reply directly to them without leaving the app they’re in or the home screen. Double tapping the notification will also bring up a little floating head to get access the person who sent you the message.

iMessage, which is the most-used iOS app according to Apple, has also received a lot of tweaks that eliminate annoyances. If you’ve ever been in a noisy group iMessage, you’ll discover there is no meaningful way to remove yourself…

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