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In the Font Garden at Wollerton Old Hall in Cheshire, a small but perfectly rectangular wildflower patch surrounds an old stone font. It is enveloped by perfect lawns and clipped hedges. The intimate contrast of the formal and informal looks magnificent.

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The violence began after Orangemen from the Apprentice Boys of Derry held a parade in the city on 12 August 1969. Tensions in the city between unionists and nationalists flared into riots that lasted for three days.

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The backbench debate on Thursday will see MPs hold a symbolic vote at the end to decide whether they support a return to the old days when the timing of the general election was in the Prime Minister’s hands.

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"We had no idea that so many people were trekking there," said ACAP officer Junu Thapa. "Foreign tourists should register and not venture out on their own with local boys who pretend to be professional guides."

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Former president Jorge "Tuto" Quiroga, one of those challenging incumbent President Evo Morales in a national vote this week, made an election promise that may, in retrospect, have been unwise. He promised to eat his watch if "six out of 10 Bolivians" voted for Morales.

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