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The research team will specifically analyse the use of the messaging app in the upcoming Nigerian polls, through in-depth interviews, focus groups and surveys
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An extensive study of 18,000 brides by wedding information provider Guides for Brides has shown that the majority of couples in the UK are spending around £12,000 on their wedding - £20,000 less than the £32,000 widely reported in the past.
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