Month: August 2018

Have We Finally Fallen Out Of Love With Politicians? Worse Still, Have Politicians Finally Fallen Out Of Love With Politics?

Time was when we had a respect for the people we went to the polls to vote for. We believed what they told us. We admired the causes they stood for. We looked up to them. Occasionally, we worshipped them with a idolatry normally reserved for celebrities. Exactly when was this, 1852? Even back then, Read More

Eminem's Surprise New Album 'Kamikaze' Attacks 'Evil Serpent' Trump, But He's Called Out For Homophobic Lyrics

Eminem continued his attacks against US president Donald Trump as he dropped a surprise new album on Thursday night. The rapper has branded Trump ‘Agent Orange’ and an ‘evil serpent’ on his latest release, ‘Kamikaze’. In the opening track, ‘The Ringer’, Eminem claims Trump sent the Secret Service to investigate him, after his blistering attack on the president Read More

Paul Dacre: A Look Back On His 26 Years As Editor Of The Daily Mail

After 26 years, and just a few months before his 70th birthday, Paul Dacre has officially signed off as editor of the Daily Mail. While he’ll remain editor-in-chief of Associated Newspapers, which owns the Mail and the Mail On Sunday, his resignation marks the end of an era during which the paper has sparked fierce controversies, campaigned for justice, Read More

Far Right Protests Rock German City Of Chemnitz

Source: New feedFar Right Protests Rock German City Of Chemnitz Read More

From LED Lights To Smart Bulbs – The Best Alternatives To Halogen Bulbs

From Saturday 1 September companies will no longer be able to stock new Halogen bulbs as new EU-wide rules to ban them come into force.   Retailers can still sell off existing stocks and you’ll still be able to sell bulbs shaped for desks and flood lights – but once they are sold out, you won’t Read More

Murder Suspect Jailed For Refusing To Surrender Facebook Password

A murder suspect has been jailed for 14 months for refusing to give his Facebook password to detectives investigating the death of schoolgirl Lucy McHugh. Stephen Nicholson, 24, appeared on a video-link at Southampton Crown Court on Friday morning to plead guilty to the charge under the Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act (Ripa). Nicholson refused Read More

Lady Gaga Arrives At Venice Film Festival In A Boat, And The Photos Are Glorious

Lady Gaga is serving full glamour in Venice, ahead of the premiere of ‘A Star Is Born’ at the city’s annual film festival. Following her divisive-but-nonetheless-Golden-Globe-winning turn in ‘American Horror Story’, Gaga is now setting her sights on the big screen, taking on the lead role in Bradley Cooper’s feature length directorial debut. The film Read More

The Role Of Erotica In Long-Term Relationships

As a woman in a long-term relationship, it can be easy for sex to slip down the list of priorities. Once the day is done, the kids are happily tucked up in bed and the dishes cleared away, I often still have to complete a day’s worth of work, when all I really want to Read More

Dozens More Mothers And Babies May Have Died At Shrewsbury and Telford Hospitals Trust

A baby who died after midwives ignored signs of a serious infection is just one of more than 60 cases of poor care spanning 19 years reportedly found at a maternity unit under investigation for failing families. Multiple mothers and babies are feared to have died or suffered serious injuries occurred at Shrewsbury and Telford Read More

Healthy Snacks For School: 9 Ideas To Keep The Hunger At Bay

For some families, snacks are seen as unhealthy treats – think packets of crisps, cakes, chocolate bars and biscuits. But there are plenty of other options your kids can eat when they’re hungry which aren’t full of salt or sugar. As children prepare to head back to school, parents are starting to think about healthier Read More

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