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5 Beach Babe Hairstyles by Celebrity Hair Stylist Asgar

Hello beach! We have been dreaming of you. You have been our favourite secret place to let our minds wander during the dull months of winter. It’s taken us a while, but we have finally made you our real destination. Now that we have pushed our black suits to the back of the wardrobe and overdosed on candy-hued pastels it’s time to hibernate the monotonous sleekness of tight ponytails and neat office buns. We want our hair to be carefree, sexy, tousled and adventurous: We want beach hair!

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Ministerial meeting: Black Mental Health UK & South London and Maudsley NHS Trust on treatment of black patients

Minister Norman Lamb MP met with Black Mental Health UK’s (BMH UK) director Matilda MacAttram and chief executive of South London and Maudsley (SLAM) NHS Trust Dr Matthew Patrick today over the ongoing concerns that the human rights campaigns group has over the coercive treatment people from the UK’s African Caribbean communities detained within this health provider’s care are subject to.

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State and civil society partner for a Bangladesh success story

The Bangladesh High Commissioner to the UK Mijarul Quayes hosted an evening reception last night at the Royal Overseas League in London highlighting the partnership between the state and civil society for lasting change in Bangladesh. The event, organised in partnership with BRAC and Oxfam, was attended by parliamentarians, diplomats, civil society representatives and members of the Bangladeshi diaspora.

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Cast Your Votes For The 14th Asian Achievers Awards

The nomination call for the 14th annual Asian Achievers Awards is now open. Members of the public are invited to nominate individuals of South Asian origin, who they believe have inspired communities and achieved outstanding accomplishments in their respective fields.

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Crown Prince of Bhangra, Jazzy B, returns to the Silver Screen in Romeo Ranjha

The reigning Crown Prince of Bhangra, Jazzy B, makes a much welcomed return to the silver screen in the swooning and crooning avatar of Romeo in family entertainer Romeo Ranjha, ready to win the affections of cross-generational audiences worldwide on 16th May 2014, presented by White Hill Production Inc. and distributed internationally by B4U.

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Nrich and Carib Beer ready for kick off with Celebrity Soccer Six

The biggest celebrity football tournament Soccer Six, has confirmed Nrich milk drink and Carib Lager as associate sponsors of this year’s tournament. With confirmed names including Olly Murs, Sam Bailey, Ray Quinn, Mark Wright, Tinchy Stryder, Omid Djalili & Brit Award winner Ella Eyre taking to the pitch at Charlton FC on 18th May, Soccer Six is set to host its biggest ever competition to date.

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Ambrette war on waste charity dinners

The award-winning Ambrette restaurants in Margate and Rye, hope to draw attention to the enormous amounts of edible food we waste in Britain, through two charity dinners.

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The Rehearsal Room Presents: An evening of new theatre writing from, music and conversation

Playwright/performer and broadcaster/journalist Yasmeen Khan hosts and curates the second 'The Rehearsal Room Presents', a salon-style night of theatre featuring half-hour rehearsed readings of two new plays, including one of Yasmeen's and a second by another British Asian female writer. There will also be a Q&A with special guest John Yorke, ex Controller of BBC Drama, current MD of Company Pictures and author of best-selling screenwriting book, Into The Woods. Live music will come from hotly-tipped electronic duo Moonrags.

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Home Secretary takes on board BMH UK’s campaign demands against black deaths in custody

A meeting with Home Secretary Theresa May MP and a delegation from human rights campaigns group Black Mental Health UK has put the issue of the disproportionate numbers vulnerable people from the UK’s African Caribbean communities in need of mental health care that are subject to the lethal treatment by the police and mental health professionals on the Home Office’s agenda.

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