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Doorstep diet is now the order of the day
I HOPE you’re sitting down because what I’m going to tell you is so shocking you may never look at anyone under 40 in quite the same way again. It’s now considered normal for that age group not to wake and make themselves a cheap cup of hot coffee in their own kitchens as you or I do.
Rebekah: They’re trying to make me into a scapegoat
REBEKAH Vardy complained she was made a “scapegoat” during Euro 2016 and news coverage made her “blood boil”, documents in the “Wagatha Christie” trial reveal.
New rose in honour of £6million cancer hero Dame Deborah
A STUNNING fundraising bloom named after Dame Deborah James will be unveiled at the Chelsea Flower Show next week.
Boris had private meeting with Sue Gray on handling Partygate report
BORIS Johnson met Sue Gray weeks ago for private talks over the handling of the report into lockdown rule breaking, it was claimed last night.
ROYAL FAMILY SECRETLY HOUSE REFUGEES
THE Royal Family secretly opened their doors to desperate refugees seeking sanctuary from the brutal war in Ukraine.
Lift-Off For Dream Of Returning To The Moon
THIS iconic photo of astronaut Buzz Aldrin standing on the lunar surface has been sold for a stellar price - just as Nasa gears up to go back to the moon.
Putin Fires Commanders For Failures And Cover-Ups
VLADIMIR Putin has sacked two leading commanders as a "culture of cover-ups and scapegoating" takes a grip of his military, British defence chiefs revealed yesterday.
Tax On Oil Profits Won't Make A Dent In Inflation Crisis
WITH millions of people struggling to pay their bills, what a tempting target the oil companies look, especially after BP's CEO Bernard Looney foolishly described his company live on air as a "cash machine".
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Chariots of Fire composer Vangelis dies at 79
CHARIOTS of Fire composer Vangelis has died aged 79 after a career full of movie successes that made him a cinema great.
PARK OUTDOORS: FORD RECALLS SUVS DUE TO ENGINE FIRE RISK
Ford is asking the owners of 350,000 vehicles in to take them to dealers for repairs in three recalls, including about 39,000 that should be parked outdoors because the engines can catch fire.
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No Quick Fix
Two national companies took over the motorized wheelchair industry. Disabled customers have been paying the price.
The best free VPN: It's important to choose wisely
VPNs are best when they’re paid for, but if a premium account isn’t in the cards then here are our top recommendations for a free service.
‘Division of the World Is Inevitable'
Countries need to choose whether to align with autocrats or democracies, says a former NATO Secretary-General
A dairy farming father's love for his family lives on in the tools that he left behind.
CDC RESTATES RECOMMENDATION FOR MASKS ON PLANES, TRAINS
US health officials this week restated their recommendation that Americans wear masks on planes, trains and buses, despite a court ruling last month that struck down a national mask mandate on public transportation.
TELECOMN GROUPS END FIGHT AGAINST CALIFORNIA NET NEUTRALITY
Telecommunications industry groups ended their bid to block California’s net neutrality law that bars broadband providers from throttling service.
FIFA BLOCKCHAIN DEAL IS FIRST NEW US WCUP SPONSOR SINCE 2011
FIFA got a first new American sponsor of the men’s World Cup in 11 years, signing a deal for this year’s tournament in Qatar with blockchain technology provider Algorand.
U.S. Steel's Maxi Bet on Mini Mills
The metallurgical giant is betting on a new technology—and region—to survive