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Let me know if you're having problems, suggestions etc. If you're not comfortable with using Lightroom on your own, you can get the app on Apple Music to give you a heads-up of what you need in Windows 7. And if you're using the desktop version of the application without using it as a wallpaper, I suggest downloading the free version in one of our free Windows Live tilesers. Thanks to Tom Pyle for pointing out earlier that the download for Lightroom for Windows is an XMB file, and can be found here. Alternatively you can download both versions of Lightroom for Windows, which can be found here. The Mac version is also available for download at the link below. Source Image copyright Ben Shear Image caption The head of the House of Parliament, John Prescott, has been suspended Labour's deputy leader in the Commons, John Prescott, has resigned after the party criticised a motion in his constituency to allow the NHS to operate under the EU's single market. His resignation follows two other MPs resigning before the week's government session. Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has also stepped down from his post as shadow health secretary. But the Labour chief whip, Jim Murphy said the party was being treated as an "independent party". It did not offer any explanation why Prescott, the former head of the House of Commons' finance committee, resigned, or why his role was extended to include an election. 'No evidence of breach' The decision to hold a general election, which is now being considered by the Commons party conference, came when it emerged Mr Prescott, 51, had been accused by Tory MPs of "blaming and lying" during his time as a deputy. On Monday, the BBC understands Mr Prescott was given a temporary "departure" from the party in a shakeup he is under, and the news comes after the former shadow health secretary, Amber Rudd, asked his staff if they had evidence it had an EU-induced bias against the NHS. The BBC's John Swinsall reports from Westminster A "full explanation" has not yet been provided by the House of Commons, which is expected to hold its first meeting on 1 March. Ms Rudd said he would resign from the health service or face possible expulsion from the Commons. "In light of the party's recent allegations of misconduct, it is incumbent on the Government how to learn photo editing in photoshop [] act to stop this scandal from escalating further
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