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Life after care – two men share their stories of leaving the system

(Picture: Getty) We all know we need more than academia to develop life skills. I babysat the neighbours’ kids, felt like a grown up by cooking my parents a three course meal (always spag bol, usually followed by Arctic roll), walked the dog and helped with the shopping. But if you grew up in care, these opportunities perhaps didn’t arise ...

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Donald Trump Says Republican Memo Vindicates Him In Russia Probe

Donald Trump claims that a controversial memo attacking federal law enforcement written by congressional Republicans vindicates him in the investigation of Russian meddling in the 2016 US presidential election. Trump’s fervent embrace of the memo on Saturday raised again the prospect that he may use it as justification to fire special counsel Robert Mueller, who is conducting the probe, or ...

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What time does Wetherspoon’s do breakfast?

(Picture: Matthew Lloyd/Bloomberg via Getty Images) When you’re hungover, hash browns are a vital necessity. And, even if you’re not, they certainly make for a great start to the day. For those of us who don’t want to spend £40 on some avocado toast (since the only thing keeping us off the property ladder) Wetherspoon pubs have plenty to choose ...

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Please enjoy this shiba inu’s excellent ‘I’d rather not, thanks’ face

(Picture: Instagram/shibainu.berry) In search of a new favourite Instagram dog? We strongly recommend Berry the shiba inu. Berry is a lovely seven-year-old doggo living Osaka, Japan. He’s generally very happy and easygoing. There’s just one thing that makes him a little… stubborn. Berry loves going on walks. He also enjoys being at home (as long as he’s not on his ...

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How to access the Boomerang secret menu and what does it do?

(Picture: Jaap Arriens/NurPhoto via Getty Images) Boomerang videos are the culprit for many an embarrassing moment. Standing in the bar cheersing your glasses over and over again or wiggling and doing peace signs isn’t the most graceful activity. However, we do what we have to do for the ‘gram, and the resulting Boomerang videos are super cute. For those of ...

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Adopting a dog is great for your relationship – here’s why

Good dog (Picture: Getty) The first kiss with someone you’re beginning to adore is powerfully lovely. The first date, delightful. The first time you fight and make-up; that awkward, blushing conversation about what’s going on between you? They’re nice, too. 16 adorable dogs to get you through Monday Moving in together is joyous; the general consensus is that getting engaged ...

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#Caturday: Cats are the worst

A cat: the worst (Picture: SensorSpot/Getty) Oh yay. It’s Caturday, let’s all post pictures of cats and ignore the overwhelming truth. The overwhelming truth that cats are w*nkers. All cats. No exceptions. Okay, I don’t want to see cats come to any harm. I hope all cats in shelters find their forever home. Logan Paul makes a valid point about parents ...

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Jacob Rees-Mogg Scuffles With Protestors At University Of West England

Jacob Rees-Mogg has said he’s “absolutely fine” after being caught up in a scuffle with protestors at a university event. The Conservative Brexiteer MP addressed the University of West England’s (UWE) politics and international relations society in Bristol on Friday, but video showed him involved in an altercation. William Bates, a student at UWE told HuffPost UK that the group, ...

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So How Explosive Is The Memo Trump Just Declassified?

POOL New / Reuters K E Y   P O I N T S US President Donald Trump on Friday approved the declassification of a Republican-authored memo said to allege wrongdoing at the Department of Justice and FBI ‘A lot of people should be ashamed of themselves’, Trump said Release was widely seen as a move intended to undermine special counsel Robert Mueller’s ...

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May Opens Way For Students To Be Excluded From Tory Immigration Target

Theresa May has opened up the prospect of students being excluded from the infamous Tory target of getting net immigration to the UK down below 100,000 a year. Speaking on her trip to China, the Prime Minister said that her crackdown on bogus English colleges had largely taken the “abuse out of the system” and students now “wash through the ...

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