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Michael Schumacher being bought out of medically-induced coma, says manager

Formula 1 legend, Michael Schumacher is being gradually woken from his medically-induced coma following a crash while skiing in the French Alps on December 29, 2013.

Sabine Kehm, his manager, confirmed that the seven-time champion’s sedation will be reduced gradually.

Controversial scheme wants British schools open from 9am to 6pm

A controversial scheme put forward by David Cameron’s former policy chief, Paul Kirby wants British schools to open from 9am till 6pm for 45 weeks every year.

The unpopular proposal claims it would slash childcare costs and boost education standards.

Former first lady of France plots tell-all book

The former First Lady of France, Valerie Treirweiler wants to write a tell-all book about the President’s private life.

The 48 year old mother of two children said she is thinking about writing about her 20 month relationship with Francois Hollande, 58, and all the details of his affair with 41 year old Julie Gayet.

Ukraine has no leader as President goes on sick leave

Ukraine has no political leader right now following President Yanukovych’s sick leave after suffering from ‘acute respiratory ailment’.

Earlier in the week, the Prime Minister, Mykola Azarov and his cabinet resigned after wide spread protests across the country.

Facebook’s annual revenue gallops to $7.9 billion

Investors were delighted when they learnt that Facebook reported a 55 percent rise in annual revenue, grossing $7.9 billion.


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