• Labour and SNP under pressure in Scotland as poll shows vote...
    Pollster Peter Kellner says survey suggests both Jeremy Corbyn and Nicola Sturgeon's party are 'in the wrong place with most of their supporters' ... more
    Independent -Politics2 hours ago
  • Labour Leave voters abandoning support for Brexit, claims fo...
    'Leavers and Remainers do have one thing in common – both are increasingly losing hope for a better future for Britain' ... more
    Independent -Politics3 hours ago
  • BREXIT SHOCK: More than a MILLION Labour leave voters have C...
    MORE than a million Labour leave voters have now changed their mind and turned their back on Brexit, Gordon Brown claimed on Wednesday. The former Prime Minister cited polls carried out by Hope Not Hate suggesting an about-face among 21 per cent of Labour supporters who backed quitting the EU. ... more
    Express -Politics3 hours ago
  • ‘Strictly Come Dancing’: Cricketer Graeme Swann...
    Cricketer Graeme Swann is the sixth celebrity contestant confirmed for the brand new series of ‘Strictly Come Dancing’. The sportsman will join previously announced contestants TV personality Katie Piper, Steps singer Faye Tozer, actor Danny John-Jules, YouTuber Joe Sugg and Radio presenter Vick Hope.Ahead of his stint on the ‘Strictly’ dance floor, Graeme said: “It’s true - I’ve signed up… ... more
    Huffingtonpost -Politics4 hours ago
  • Salih Khater: Police Granted More Time To Question Westminst...
    Counter-terrorism officers have been granted more time to question Westminster car attack suspect Salih Khater.Khater was arrested on suspicion of preparing an act of terror after crashing a silver Ford Fiesta in Parliament Square on Tuesday morning. A Scotland Yard statement said: “Officers investigating the incident in Westminster yesterday, Tuesday 14 August, have obtained a warrant of further detention in relation… ... more
    Huffingtonpost -Politics4 hours ago
  • Why Taking 2 Minutes To Move Can Make Your Day Way More Prod...
    You might exercise in the hope of building muscle and getting a healthy glow, but did you know that regular sweat sessions could make you more productive, professionally? Yep, studies have indicated that exercise undertaken during work hours could boost your overall performance. Knowing that the average person sits for an average of nine and a half hours a day, the people… ... more
    Huffingtonpost -Politics5 hours ago
  • Why has John McDonnell's constituency changed its mind ...
    That the constituency that contains Heathrow voted strongly in favour of Brexit was a serious shock, but now it appears to have changed its mind ... more
    Independent -Politics5 hours ago
  • Wreath row explained
    Why people are talking about Jeremy Corbyn's visit to a Tunisian cemetery in 2014. ... more
    BBC -Politics5 hours ago
  • 2 Minute Health Boosters To Up Your Mood
    It’s 3pm and the last thing you want to do is go running after work. We’ve all been there. Sometimes you just can’t bring yourself to tug on those trainers when Netflix and gentle lighting are calling you. But what about factoring in some speedy busts of movement, rather than doing nothing at all? There’s been a lot of attention on… ... more
    Huffingtonpost -Politics5 hours ago
  • England Rugby Star Danny Cipriani Charged After ‘Night...
    England rugby star Danny Cipriani has been charged with assault following an incident at a nightclub in Jersey.The fly-half was arrested in the early hours of Wednesday after an occurrence outside a club in St Helier, the island’s capital, his club Gloucester have announced.He will appear at Jersey Magistrates’ Court on Thursday morningA States of Jersey Police spokesman said: “This… ... more
    Huffingtonpost -Politics5 hours ago
  • Tory MPs complain over peer’s Tunisia trip
    Zac Goldsmith and Robert Halfon call for an investigation into Lord Sheikh. ... more
    BBC -Politics6 hours ago
  • Gordon Brown says Jeremy Corbyn ‘has to change’
    The former prime minster says immediate action is needed to tackle the "sore" of anti-Semitism within Labour. ... more
    BBC -Politics6 hours ago
  • Senior Conservative asks constituents if they want new Brexi...
    The survey of constituents led to some anger from Brexit backing Tory MPS ... more
    Independent -Politics6 hours ago
  • Boris for PM? Bookies SLASH odds on Johnson becoming next To...
    BORIS Johnson has been tipped to become the next Tory leader by bookmakers despite the controversy surrounding his views on the burka. ... more
    Express -Politics6 hours ago
  • Pressure mounts on Tory peer who attended Tunisia conference...
    SENIOR Tory MPs today demanded the party expel a peer who attended the same anti-Israel conference as Jeremy Corbyn. In a joint letter Robert Halfon and Zac Goldsmith said the Tories would be guilty of “double standardsâ€� if they fail to throw him out – and would nullify their attacks on the Labour boss over his links to Palestinian terrorists.… ... more
    TheSun -Politics6 hours ago
  • Populist Calls For Direct Voting Are Dangerous, Not Democrat...
    In Australia this week, a member of the Commonwealth Senate called for an end to Muslim migration in his maiden parliamentary speech, lobbying for a referendum to be held on the “final solution to the immigration problem”.Senator Fraser Anning said the reasons for banning Muslim migrants from the country were “compelling” and “self-evident”, linking Islam with terrorism and migrants with… ... more
    Huffingtonpost -Politics7 hours ago
  • Jeremy Corbyn has 'got to change' and urgently add...
    'This cannot keep going on as a running sore and it's not because it's an embarrassment, it is because it is simply wrong' former Labour prime minister warns ... more
    Independent -Politics7 hours ago
  • Inside the Jeremy Corbyn wreath row cemetery in Tunisia
    The BBC's Rana Jawad has been to the cemetery in Tunis that Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn attended in 2014. ... more
    BBC -Politics7 hours ago
  • Westminster crash: Salih Khater named as suspect
    Salih Khater has been arrested on suspicion of attempted murder and terror offences. ... more
    BBC -Politics7 hours ago
  • Patients Like Their GPs, But Surveys Show Our Model Is Under...
    Like the rest of our NHS, London’s model for GP services hit seventy this year. Seventy is a good time for anyone to reflect on the past and think about the future. The need for taking stock has taken on extra importance this week, with the recent publication of the latest patient satisfaction survey. Over 125,000 Londoners have engaged with… ... more
    Huffingtonpost -Politics7 hours ago
  • If Results Day Hasn’t Gone To Plan, Please Take Heart
    Finally, after weeks of nervous anticipation, A Level results day has arrived. In this space, surrounded by expectant relatives and friends, finding yourself without the grades you’d hoped for can be a tough place to be.However, if results day hasn’t gone to plan, please take heart.Exam grades are just one snapshot of your performance at a single point in time.… ... more
    Huffingtonpost -Politics7 hours ago
  • Refuges Must Have A Guarantee They Will Not Have To Shut The...
    Someone I know has suffered domestic abuse, living in fear of speaking out.“You don’t get the bite of the same cherry, love,” was reportedly the police advice this year to a victim about being scared to give a statement. My frustrations got the better of me knowing things were just not working, so I let loose as a member of… ... more
    Huffingtonpost -Politics7 hours ago
  • Family Travelling To Beach Holiday Among Victims Of Genoa Br...
    A family on their summer holiday with their car packed full of beach toys have been identified among those who lost their lives in the Genoa bridge tragedy.Roberto Robbiano, 45, wife Ersilia Piccinino, 41, and their seven-year-old son Samuele were in their car when a 260ft stretch of the Morandi Bridge collapsed beneath them.The trio were travelling to Sardinia when… ... more
    Huffingtonpost -Politics7 hours ago
  • Diversity Wins At The Primaries
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    Huffingtonpost -Politics7 hours ago
  • 20 Years Since The Omagh Bombing
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    Huffingtonpost -Politics7 hours ago
  • Parents Spend £250 Kitting Out Kids For The Start Of The ...
    The start of the school year can be tough on kids, but new research suggests it’s tough on parents’ wallets, too.Parents spend an average of £244.90 on kitting their children out ready for September, from buying new uniforms to PE kits, books and shoes.In a poll of 2,000 parents, Vouchercodes.co.uk found that school uniforms topped the list of the most… ... more
    Huffingtonpost -Politics7 hours ago
  • ‘Great British Bake Off’ 2018 Start Date Announc...
    Fans of ‘The Great British Bake Off’, brace yourselves - it has finally been confirmed when it will be back on our screens. Channel 4 has announced the ninth series of the hit baking show will launch on Tuesday 28 August at 8pm. It marks the second season of the show to air on Channel 4, following its controversial move from the… ... more
    Huffingtonpost -Politics7 hours ago
  • Mother Of Terminally Ill Boy Received Abusive Note For Parki...
    The mother of a terminally ill three-year-old boy received an anonymous abusive note after parking in a disabled bay while she took her son to hospital. Emma Doherty was visiting Alder Hey Children’s hospital in Liverpool with her son Bobby Baldwin, who was born with three holes in his heart and has undergone three open heart surgeries, two stomach, lung and… ... more
    Huffingtonpost -Politics7 hours ago
  • Company Conducts Job Interview Inside Video Game Fortnite
    The French marketing firm Dare.Win has taken a pretty bold approach to hiring by asking that for one of its roles the interview must take place within the hugely popular video game Fortnite.The two six month paid internships would be based within the company’s creative team in Paris and would allow interns to work with a number of brands including… ... more
    Huffingtonpost -Politics8 hours ago
  • Who Is Vick Hope? A Guide To The ‘Strictly Come Dancin...
    The ‘Strictly Come Dancing’ line-up announcements have thrown up another surprise name, in the form of radio presenter Vick Hope. Fresh off the back of YouTuber Joe Suggs being unveiled as a contestant, bosses have revealed Vick will also be getting her dancing shoes on when the new series of the BBC ballroom show kicks off next month. You’d be forgiven for… ... more
    Huffingtonpost -Politics8 hours ago
  • Ex-PM Gordon Brown says Jeremy Corbyn ‘has got to chan...
    GORDON Brown has told Jeremy Corbyn he “has got to changeâ€� to urgently end Labour’s anti-Semitism crisis. The former Prime Minister delivered a stinging verdict on the veteran leftie – saying he must act within a month to adopt the full international definition of Jewish hatred. Gordon Brown says Jeremy Corbyn ‘has got to change’ to urgently end Labour’s anti-Semitism… ... more
    TheSun -Politics8 hours ago
  • Madame Tussauds’ Trump Mask Will Haunt Your Dreams
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    Huffingtonpost -Politics8 hours ago
  • Neville Southall Posts Defiant Message After Twitter Takeove...
    Neville Southall has posted a defiant message on Twitter, following a bizarre Twitter takeover by a woman who runs a nursery for “adult babies”.Grace Rogers, a “professional mummy” from Nottingham, took control of the ex-Everton player’s social media on Wednesday in a bid to “give voice to littles” and the adult baby/“diaper lovers” community.Southhall, 59, has 144,000 followers on his… ... more
    Huffingtonpost -Politics8 hours ago
  • Man Arrested On Suspicion Of Murder After Woman Stabbed To D...
    A 40-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of murder after a woman was found fatally stabbed at a home in Battersea. Police and emergency services, including an air ambulance were called to Grayshott Road in the south west London suburb just after 12.30pm on Wednesday.The woman was aged in her 30s and police are not looking for anyone else in… ... more
    Huffingtonpost -Politics8 hours ago
  • Gambling With Our Future: Betting Industry Football Sponsors...
    The opening match between Manchester United and Leicester City will look different to many Premier League fixtures this season. Not just for the 8pm Friday kick-off time but because it’s a fixture where the two teams involved do not have a gambling company as their primary shirt sponsor - unlike nine of this year’s 20 premiership teams.This mirrors a broader… ... more
    Huffingtonpost -Politics8 hours ago
  • This Mayonnaise Ice Cream Is (Rightfully) Receiving Mixed Re...
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    Huffingtonpost -Politics8 hours ago
  • Olympic massacre widow slams Jeremy Corbyn over wreath row ...
    A WIDOW of an athlete killed in the Munich massacre has lashed out at Jeremy Corbyn for laying a wreath at the graves of the mastermind of the attack – as he STILL refused to apologise. Ankie Spitzer’s husband Andre, a fencing coach, was murdered at the 1972 games by Palestinian terrorists. Andre Spitzer’s widow today lashed out at Jeremy… ... more
    TheSun -Politics8 hours ago
  • The Tories Are Offering A ‘New Deal’ On Housing&...
    In the last 24 hours, housing professionals and charities like Shelter and the Joseph Rowntree Foundation have joined Labour in responding to the Government’s Green Paper on social housing by asking ‘where exactly is the social housing?’.After months of consultation and preparation, the best this Government can offer is that those already in social housing can compare their landlord to… ... more
    Huffingtonpost -Politics8 hours ago
  • Labour MP refuses to say Jeremy Corbyn is fit to be PM SIX T...
    JEREMY Corbyn could be gone within a month due to his refusal to apologise for laying a wreath for Palestinian terrorists, a Labour MP suggested today. Madeleine Moon failed six times when asked to say if the Labour leader was fit to become Prime Minister. Corbyn could be gone within a month, Labour MP Madeleine Moon suggested todayGetty She blasted… ... more
    TheSun -Politics9 hours ago
  • Rashan Charles: Police Officer Cleared Of Misconduct Over De...
    A police officer has been cleared of misconduct after a 20-year-old man died while being restrained in east London.  The Independent Office for Police Conduct (IOPC) said on Wednesday that the officer concerned had failed to do his job satisfactorily, but his shortcomings were not deliberate and that he “froze in circumstances which were difficult, stressful and exhausting”.Rashan Charles died after… ... more
    Huffingtonpost -Politics9 hours ago
  • Would You Use A Baby Box? Parents Share Their Verdicts As Sc...
    It has been a year since the introduction of the baby box scheme in Scotland, which saw 85% of expectant parents take the opportunity to receive the boxes that can double up as a sleep space for newborns.A total of 52,065 newborns in Scotland have benefitted from the scheme, the Scottish government said, which sees parents receive a box filled… ... more
    Huffingtonpost -Politics9 hours ago
  • Children In Germany Are Drowning Because Parents Are ‘...
    Lifeguards in Germany have called on parents to put their smartphones down, after 300 people drowned in the country so far this year. The German Lifeguard Association has claimed a direct connection between phone use and children getting into difficulty. “In the past, parents and grandparents spent more time with their children in the swimming pool,” a spokesperson told German media.… ... more
    Huffingtonpost -Politics9 hours ago
  • It Seems I’m Not Alone With These Scary Thoughts I Hav...
    I’m now 11 months into motherhood and it’s been a real mixed bag of emotions. There have been some amazing highs, and some terrible lows. It’s during these low times that I’ve experienced some of my darkest thoughts and feelings, but felt unable to openly discuss them through fear of being judged. I’ve often wondered if these thoughts are normal.Do… ... more
    Huffingtonpost -Politics9 hours ago
  • We Need A Mental Health Act That Responds Better To The Real...
    Women and girls who are detained under the Mental Health Act are, at that moment, often at their most vulnerable and desperate. Many are detained because they pose a risk to themselves. Being taken into hospital care is therefore a critical point at which, in theory, they can get the help and support they need to get better.Yet, new figures… ... more
    Huffingtonpost -Politics10 hours ago
  • Omagh Bombing: How The Tragedy Unfolded
    Today marks the 20th anniversary of the Omagh car bombing, which killed 29 people, including a woman who was pregnant with twins, and left 220 others injured. The victims’ families have fought for justice but two decades on, nobody has been successfully convicted in a criminal court. The spring of 1998 had seen the people of Northern Ireland vote in favour… ... more
    Huffingtonpost -Politics10 hours ago
  • BBC Will Not Appeal Sir Cliff Richard Privacy Ruling
    The BBC will not appeal the High Court’s ruling in the Sir Cliff Richard privacy case, the broadcaster has said.Sir Cliff succeeded in his case against the corporation last month over coverage of a police raid on his home following a child sexual assault allegation.The ‘Summer Holiday’ singer won close to £1m in costs and damages from the corporation and news… ... more
    Huffingtonpost -Politics10 hours ago
  • ‘Celebrity Big Brother’: Stormy Daniels Is Doing...
    Stormy Daniels may be strongly rumoured for the new series of ‘Celebrity Big Brother’, but she is doing her best to convince everyone she isn’t taking part.The US adult movie star, who claims to have had an affair with president Donald Trump in 2006, has shot down several questions from fans if she will be entering the famous house on… ... more
    Huffingtonpost -Politics10 hours ago
  • Greg James Defends Radio 1’s Move Away From Older Arti...
    Greg James is about to take on the biggest challenge of his 10-year broadcasting career as he follows Nick Grimshaw as the host of the Radio 1 Breakfast Show - and just like his predecessor, he is determined to bring more younger listeners to the station.While Radio 1 bosses have made no secret of their desire to shed its older… ... more
    Huffingtonpost -Politics10 hours ago
  • Teenage Depression May Influence Their Parents’ Menta...
    Young people’s mental health is of increasing interest and concern to researchers, policymakers, and families alike – but can treating teenagers’ mental ill health also improve the wellbeing of their parents? New research suggests that it can. The study, conducted by Kelsey Howard, a doctoral candidate at Northwestern University, analysed data on depressed teenagers who were either in cognitive behavioural… ... more
    Huffingtonpost -Politics10 hours ago
  • Brit Olympian at 1972 Munich games slams Jeremy Corbyn in wr...
    A BRITISH Olympian who competed in the tragic 1972 Munich games has slammed Jeremy Corbyn’s wreath laying and said he “condones” the massacre and is not ever fit to be Prime Minister. Fencing professional Edward Hudson said the Labour boss’s support for “terrorist movements” means he should never be allowed near No10. Olympian Edward Hudson has lashed out at Jeremy… ... more
    TheSun -Politics10 hours ago
  • More Than One Million Labour Leave Voters Have Abandoned Bre...
    Gordon Brown has said more than one million Labour supporters who voted for Brexit have now changed their mind, as pressure grows on Jeremy Corbyn to back a second EU referendum.The former prime minister said on Wednesday that the country was “losing hope” and had been “immobilised by divisions”.“Remain voters are despondent, fearing that we have moved from a soft… ... more
    Huffingtonpost -Politics10 hours ago
  • Cabinet minister labels Labour a ‘cult’ under Jeremy Cor...
    A CABINET minister has labelled Labour a “cultâ€� under Jeremy Corbyn after his supporters were filmed falsely claiming their leader has “won the Nobel Peace Prizeâ€�. The supporters of the veteran leftie were using the erroneous assertion as they tried to justify their claims how Mr Corbyn could not be racist. A Cabinet minister has labelled Labour a ‘cult’ under… ... more
    TheSun -Politics11 hours ago
  • Tom Tugendhat ‘changed nappy during live interviewR...
    Tom Tugendhat describes 'Radio Roulette' - booking interviews while home alone with his kids. ... more
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  • Pay Deal For NHS Staff Will Have Unintended Consequences For...
    At the end of July a long-awaited pay increase for more than a million NHS staff – worth 6.5%, on average, over the next three years - finally began to land in pay packets. The complex deal followed months of negotiations and was accepted by 13 of the 14 unions representing NHS staff.While there has been some confusion recently among… ... more
    Huffingtonpost -Politics11 hours ago
  • 31 People Charged With Sexually Abusing Girls In Huddersfiel...
    Thirty-one people have been charged with raping and trafficking girls in the Huddersfield area. Thirty men and one woman have been charged with numerous offences including rape and trafficking with intent to engage in sexual exploitation.The allegations relate to offences against five women, which occurred between 2005 and 2012.A statement from West Yorkshire Police said: “The allegations against the defendants are… ... more
    Huffingtonpost -Politics11 hours ago
  • Strictly Come Dancing’s Kevin Clifton Says He Would Ha...
    ‘Strictly Come Dancing’ professional dancer Kevin Clifton has said he would have “no problem” with being paired with another man on the show. As the discussion about whether same-sex pairings should be included on the BBC ballroom show continues, Kevin offered his opinion when answering questions from fans on Twitter.He was asked: “As a gay man who loves the show (and… ... more
    Huffingtonpost -Politics11 hours ago
  • Westminster Terror Suspect Identified
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    Huffingtonpost -Politics11 hours ago
  • Superdrug Is Now Offering ‘Botox’ And Fillers On...
    Superdrug is about to bring Botox and fillers to the British high street for as little as £99 per session, but doctors are cautious that increased accessibility will make consumers view the treatment as casual as waxing. The pharmacy, which is the first to bring the service to shops, says it will be hiring nurses to undertake the cosmetic procedure and… ... more
    Huffingtonpost -Politics11 hours ago
  • 7 Things You Can Do To Help Relieve Your Migraine Symptoms
    Migraines are a horrible mystery. Unfortunately for anyone who suffers from them, there is neither a known cause or cure for the painful headaches - which are known to be much more debilitating than a common tension headache.Migraines are painful and unpleasant, they can cause nausea and vomiting, dizziness and temporary sight problems such as seeing flashing lights, zig-zag patterns… ... more
    Huffingtonpost -Politics12 hours ago
  • Chances of a ‘no deal’ Brexit are now 50-50 cla...
    THE CHANCES of the UK leaving the EU with a “no dealâ€� Brexit are now 50-50 claims Latvia’s foreign minister ahead of his talks with Jeremy Hunt Edgars RinkÄ“viÄ�s gave his gloomy assessment as he prepared to welcome the Foreign Secretary to Riga to discuss Theresa May’s Chequers plan. Chances of a ‘no deal’ Brexit are now 50-50 claims Latvian… ... more
    TheSun -Politics12 hours ago
  • Genoa Bridge Collapse: Former Footballer Who Survived Traged...
    A former Italian football player has told of his disbelief at surviving the Genoa bridge collapse that felt like an “apocalypse” unfolding before his eyes.Davide Capello, a goalkeeper who used to play for Serie A side Cagliari, emerged from the rubble alive after plunging off the 150ft (45m) high Morandi viaduct on Monday in an incident that has so far… ... more
    Huffingtonpost -Politics12 hours ago
  • Intel Reveals Major ‘Foreshadow’ Flaw Which Affe...
    Intel has revealed a major flaw in its processors that could affect most of the computers we use.The flaw could, in theory, allow a hacker access to the files on our hard drive and even files that are being stored in the cloud.Called ‘Foreshadow’ this is actually the third major flaw that has been discovered this year inside Intel’s processors… ... more
    Huffingtonpost -Politics12 hours ago
  • Watch Out, ‘Extreme Temperatures’ Could Last Un...
    The next four years will be “anomalously warm” as temperatures increase on top of the global warming trend, researchers have warned. Using a newly-developed forecast system which combines the methods of 10 climate models, scientists have predicted an increased chance of “intense to extreme” temperatures globally between 2018 and 2022. “It is now well understood that global warming is not a smooth… ... more
    Huffingtonpost -Politics12 hours ago
  • Brexit: British expats living in EU launch High Court bid to...
    Group says referendum result should be 'nullified' after main pro-Brexit campaigns found to have broken law ... more
    Independent -Politics12 hours ago
  • ‘Hard Sun’ Will Not Be Returning For Series 2, B...
    It’s bad news for fans of Agyness Deyn’s BBC drama ‘Hard Sun’. Bosses have confirmed it will not be returning for a second series, meaning viewers will never learn the outcome of the cliffhanger at the end of the last episode. The crime drama was set against the backdrop of an impending apocalypse, and was model Agyness’ first big role as an… ... more
    Huffingtonpost -Politics13 hours ago
  • Pregnant Driver Lost Baby After ‘Hitting Potholeâ€...
    A pregnant woman who crashed her car just weeks away from giving birth has blamed the loss of her baby on hitting a pothole. Nicole Chahal, who was 34 weeks pregnant, lost her baby and almost died when her car overturned on a country road and ploughed, upside down, into a tree.The 32-year-old’s pelvis was shattered, her femur snapped in half,… ... more
    Huffingtonpost -Politics13 hours ago
  • New Mum Shares Reality Of Childbirth By Posting A Photo Of H...
    When it comes to childbirth, the realities of labour are seldom discussed until you’re actually expecting.One mum has shared a candid photo of herself just two days after having her daughter to show the “ultimate sacrifice” that mothers make for their children.Autumn Benjamin shared the picture, taken by her partner Kevin, while she was still on the maternity ward recovering… ... more
    Huffingtonpost -Politics13 hours ago
  • How UK Chefs Get Inspiration From Around The World
    It might be peak summer holiday time, with many of us planning far-flung breaks across the globe, but there’s a whole world of exotic dining to enjoy in Britain that we barely need to leave our doorsteps for.As a nation, 43% of us ate out at least once a week last year, and we spent a total of £85 billion… ... more
    Huffingtonpost -Politics13 hours ago
  • Shifting Sands And Special Needs Parenting
    Once upon a time a little boy used to struggle mightily when going on family holidays. He would become so bewildered by the many changes his brain could not process that he would rail against the world, against us. Strong and fierce in his moments of distress, a sadness shadowed us at these times when we were supposed to be… ... more
    Huffingtonpost -Politics13 hours ago
  • Heatwave Reveals Previously Unseen Archaeological Sites
    The summer heatwave has been unexpectedly productive for the UK’s archaeologists, who have discovered thousands of years of buried history in various locations across the country.Neolithic ceremonial monuments, Iron Age settlements and a Roman farm have been all been revealed, as dry weather and lack of rain allowed cropmarks – areas where archaeological features can be easily seen from the… ... more
    Huffingtonpost -Politics13 hours ago
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