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Blackburn BID takes pressure off Mad Friday.

The Blackburn BID (Business Improvement District) is stepping up with an innovative support package to help in the town centre on Mad Friday (19th December). This is traditionally one of the heaviest nights in the year for festive drinking in pubs and clubs.

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Don’t turn Mad Friday Into Bad Friday

This Friday (December 19) - or ‘Mad Friday’ as it has been dubbed - is the start of the busiest weekend of the year for East Lancashire’s Accident & Emergency Department and Urgent Care Centres.

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iBulance to cope with 'Mad Friday' in Blackburn

Blackburn's Business Improvement District has launched a support package to help in the town centre on Mad Friday. It's traditionally one of the heaviest nights in the year for festive drinking in pubs and clubs. The BID, working in partnership with Lancashire Constabulary, has supported Sgt Nick Everett of Blackburn Police Station to help an operation aimed at identifying and protecting those vulnerable people enjoying the festivities.

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X Factor's Mel B Had 'Big Row' With Husband

X Factor judge Mel B has spoken of having a "big row" with her husband, amid reports she has walked out on him.

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Daniel Craig Spotted Filming Spectre In London

Daniel Craig has taken to the water in London to shoot the first scenes for the 24th James Bond film, Spectre.

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North Korea: We Can Prove Hacking Wasn't Us

North Korea says it can prove it had nothing to do with the cyber-attack on Sony and proposes a joint investigation with the US.

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