Ben Hall's fundraising page
My page: http://uk.virginmoneygiving.com/BenHall56
This is my third Ride London-Surrey 100. This year I am looking to raise money for Brain Tumour Reseach. My dad Terry Hall has been diagnosed with an Acoustic Neuroma so this charity is very close to my heart. I hope you all agree this is a very worthy cause and thank you all for your generous sponsorship.
Working always in the pursuit of openness and transparency we want to tell you the story of how the UK Provisional National Committee (PNC), with the collaboration of DiEM25 UK members, came to draw up the candidate list which in its original form, hopefully, members had all seen and taken the time to discuss and ratify. It is no secret that DiEM25 UK – its individual members and collectively – suffered an identity crisis in the months after the EU referendum.
CAR NEXT DOOR LAUNCHES IN BRISBANE AHEAD OF PLANS TO ROLL OUT ACROSS AUSTRALIA Written on the 13 April 2017 by Ben Hall PEER-TO-PEER car sharing startup Car Next Door has launched its Brisbane operation as part of its expansion plans into Australia's major cities. CarNextDoor.com.au is an online platform that allows car owners to effectively rent their cars out to users as a way of making money on the idle capacity of their vehicles to people who need them for ad hoc journeys.
UPDATE: Metro police say they have found "misplaced" evidence that was key in the recent arrest of a critical witness against former Judge Casey Moreland. They say it was "human error." Moreland was arrested in March after discussing framing Natalie Amos to discredit her. #NC5
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