2C-P is an extremely powerful party drug that is relatively new to the UK. Users will not feel its psychedelic effects until at least a few hours after taking it. Here's what we know. Is 2C-P a Class A drug? 2C-P is part of a group of the 2C family of narcotics which all have hallucinogenic and stimulant effects. It's a Class A drug so it's illegal to take for yourself, give away or sell. Possession of the drug can get you up to seven years in prison and or just an unlimited fine. And supplying someone else, even a friend, can get you life in prison, or and an unlimited fine. What are its effects? Users say that 2Cs can give a burning sensation and be painful to snort. According to FRANK, the effects of the illegal 2C drugs are a cross between ecstasy and LSD and usually come in pill form. Effects include an energy buzz with possible feelings of alertness, hallucinations, headaches and nausea. Users can feel really aware of colours, sounds and smells or experience distorted … [Read more...] about Is 2CP a Class A drug, what are its effects and how long does it stay in the system?
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So you think you have what it takes to pen a best-seller? BelfastTelegraph.co.uk How to write a novel? Well, there's the short answer, and the long answer. https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/life/books/so-you-think-you-have-what-it-takes-to-pen-a-bestseller-37762967.html https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/life/features/article37762963.ece/2c046/AUTOCROP/h342/2019-01-30_lif_47597510_I2.JPG Email How to write a novel? Well, there's the short answer, and the long answer. The short answer is - just write it. Sit down, write one word, then another, then another, until you have written around 90,000 of them. Once you get to 90,000, cut that back to about 80,000, and, technically anyway, you have a novel. Obviously, you must not sit there and think about writing 90,000 words. In fact, really, you should not be thinking about word count at all. You should be thinking about your story, your characters, what you want to say, what you want the reader to feel and understand. Get those … [Read more...] about So you think you have what it takes to pen a best-seller?
PUBLISHED: 09:00 25 January 2019 | UPDATED: 09:23 25 January 2019 Young Asian man working with his laptop computer in public library. high school or university college student, educational concepts Archant With the chance to gain valuable qualifications from the comfort of your own home, it’s easy to understand why online learning is becoming increasingly popular. Client partner Phil Lambton from vision2learn, an online platform offering nationally accredited courses, shares some key information about e-learning. Female Community Nurse Visits Senior Man At HomeWhat are the benefits of online learning?One of the main advantages is that it’s convenient and can be fitted around other commitments such as jobs and family responsibilities. It can be done at a time and place that suits you, whether that’s at home after the kids have gone to bed or on your smartphone on the way to work. This level of flexibility isn’t available with classroom-based learning, and … [Read more...] about Looking to boost your career prospects? Why e-learning could be the solution
Theresa May warns Jeremy Corbyn that it's 'impossible' to rule out no-deal Jeremy Corbyn refuses to meet PM unless no-deal ruled out Tony Blair: 'Of course' Corbyn should meet the PM Corbyn labels offer of talks 'phoney' and a 'stunt' Andrea Leadsom: Votes on Brexit Plan B on January 29 Philip Hammond tells business chiefs MPs will block no-deal 'Rogue' Chancellor facing Cabinet backlash over comments Nick Timothy: May's Brexit deal is dead, but so too is no-deal Sign up: Brexit Whatsapp updates and all-new Brexit Bulletin Theresa May has warned Jeremy Corbyn that it is "impossible" for her to satisfy his demand that she rules out a no deal Brexit before they can meet to discuss how to shape a Brexit deal that can pass the House of Commons. The Prime Minister delivered this message in a letter, replying to one he sent earlier today informing her that Labour is "open to meaningful discussions" provided she chose to "rule out" leaving the European … [Read more...] about Brexit latest news: Theresa May warns Jeremy Corbyn it is ‘impossible’ to rule out no deal
0 Have your say Stuffed full of turkey and with enough drink in the house to sink a warship, we'll all settle down at some point on Christmas Day in front of the magic rectangle, as acerbic TV critic Victor Lewis-Smith once described the small screen in the corner of our front rooms But just because it's a day of miracle and wonder – you DO believe in Father Christmas, don't you? – do not for one nano-second think the BBC will schedule a series of programmes that will live long in the memory. People my age – I'm 50 next month – will often say that the ’70s and ’80s were the golden age of television.Yes, there were fewer channels – only three until 1982 – but in terms of sitcoms, family entertainment and chat shows the standard of programmes has rarely been bettered.So let us go back in time, to three Christmas Days – 40, 30 and 20 years ago. Just what were we watching on the Beeb back then?Christmas Day … [Read more...] about What we watched on Christmas Day 40, 30 and 20 years ago. How does it compare to today? – Simon Carter