New year honours: I didn’t predict knighthood, says pollster professor – The Times

29 12 2017

The Times
New year honours: I didn't predict knighthood, says pollster professor
The Times
Mark Beaumont, 34, is awarded the BEM after a cycling around the world this year, in the record time of 78 days, 14 hours and 40 minutes. Another sportsman, the former rugby player Ian McLauchlan, received an OBE for services to rugby and charity

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New year honours: I didn’t predict knighthood, says pollster … – The Times

29 12 2017

The Times
New year honours: I didn't predict knighthood, says pollster …
The Times
After unerringly predicting the result of the general election and foreseeing the outcome of the independence referendum, Britain's leading pollster has admitt.

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New year honours: I didn’t predict knighthood, says pollster professor – The Times

29 12 2017
New year honours: I didn't predict knighthood, says pollster professor
The Times
Mark Beaumont, 34, is awarded the BEM after a cycling around the world this year, in the record time of 78 days, 14 hours and 40 minutes. Another sportsman, the former rugby player Ian McLauchlan, received an OBE for services to rugby and charity



New Year Honours List: Mark Beaumont among ‘delighted’ Courier Country locals honoured – The Courier

29 12 2017

The Courier
New Year Honours List: Mark Beaumont among 'delighted' Courier Country locals honoured
The Courier
Dundee University rector Mark Beaumont has received a British Empire Medal in the New Year's Honours List. The cyclist and adventurer has been honoured for services to sport broadcasting and charity. This year he set a new record for cycling around the



New Year Honours List: Mark Beaumont among ‘delighted’ Courier Country locals honoured – The Courier

29 12 2017

The Courier
New Year Honours List: Mark Beaumont among 'delighted' Courier Country locals honoured
The Courier
A few of the people who have been named in the 2017 New Years Honours list. Sign up to our Daily newsletter. Want to read more?Subscribe today from £1 a week Subscribe today from £1 a week. Dundee University rector Mark Beaumont has received a British

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Cycling through the Danish Land of Enchantment – UrbDeZine

29 12 2017

UrbDeZine
Cycling through the Danish Land of Enchantment
UrbDeZine
It kind of depends on what you consider a problem. Many of the intrepid cyclists one reads about in the pages of Adventure Cycling think nothing of side trips and detours through mountain ranges, over snowy plains or across rivers. We, on the other



Cycling through the Danish Land of Enchantment – UrbDeZine

29 12 2017

UrbDeZine
Cycling through the Danish Land of Enchantment
UrbDeZine
Many of the intrepid cyclists one reads about in the pages of Adventure Cycling think nothing of side trips and detours through mountain ranges, over snowy plains or across rivers. We, on the other hand, had reservations at a hotel in Kolding and



The 90-day suspension – The Globe and Mail

29 12 2017

The Globe and Mail
The 90-day suspension
The Globe and Mail
For the rest of that year, like every year, the taste and desire for alcohol returned in spades: rum and Coke before dinner, wine with dinner, brandy or cognac after dinner, beer at lunch, sporting events and barbecues. When visiting Germany, after



St. Catharines and Thorold year in review part 2 | NiagaraThisWeek … – Niagarathisweek.com

29 12 2017

Niagarathisweek.com
St. Catharines and Thorold year in review part 2 | NiagaraThisWeek …
Niagarathisweek.com
From a proposal for a cross-lake hovercraft ferry service and the closure of Sears to a stunning new Indigenous monument in Thorold, and the sides digging in for what's shaping up to be another controversial Port Dalhousie development, there was no

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St. Catharines and Thorold year in review part 2 – Niagarathisweek.com

29 12 2017
St. Catharines and Thorold year in review part 2
Niagarathisweek.com
The Niagara Freewheelers Bicycle Touring Club will host a Rock the Ferry event to publicize the hidden gem of the Port Robinson Ferry. • The pools at the Kiwanis Aquatics Centre in St. Catharines will remain closed through August following the collapse