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People are in love with this man who put a load of effort into buying nail polish

(Picture: Brittney Johnson/Facebook) It’s the little things that matter. Those tiny gestures of love. The little acts that show you care, that you’re thinking of someone. It’s not about spending loads of cash or planning something extravagant – I’d be much more touched by a partner making me a cup of tea without me asking than a bunch of jewellery ...

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People keep falling on their bottoms trying to do the Invisible Box Challenge

To view this video please enable JavaScript, and consider upgrading to a web browser that supports HTML5 video The Invisible Box Challenge is simple. All you’ve got to do is pretend to step on a box. But do you know impossible it is to step on air? It is ridiculous. And yet it’s possible – just look at high school ...

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Everything you’ve ever wanted to know about micro penises

(Picture: Ella Byworth for Metro.co,uk) Micro penises are, very often, a punchline.  The fact that we use men’s penises as jokes is a long and complicated article for another day where we question why the apparent most important thing that we base a man’s abilities on is in his pants. But, because of the importance that society places on penises ...

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People Are Protesting Outside The South's Biggest Housing Event. Ask Why

On 22 November protesters gathered outside Kensington Olympia where Homes 2017 was being held – an event the website touts as “the south’s largest housing event”. Hundreds of exhibitors attended from across the whole spectrum of the housing industry. Social housing, commercial property developers, housing associations and local council representatives. This makes campaigners fear the event is one big property ...

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Redefining Farming

The countryside is changing and an essential question is rising up the rural agenda – how can we produce more food for a growing population but use less land for agriculture? As well as the nation’s domestic food supply, we need more renewable energy, more homes and more forestry. Climate change must be tackled, habitats created for wildlife and flood ...

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NASA Turned On Voyager 1's Rockets After 37 Years And They Actually Worked

We’ve all been there. It’s a cold Christmas morning, you’re running late and your now antique car is giving off that unmistakable vibe that this morning, it’s not going to play ball. Spare a thought then for the NASA engineers who last week faced this very same prospect but instead of a rusty car they were faced with Voyager 1, ...

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East Of England Co-op Sells Food After 'Best Before' Dates To Cut Food Waste

East of England Co-op will sell goods beyond its “best before” dates for 10p in a plan to cut food waste. The chain’s 125 stores in East Anglia will become the first major retailer to do so in a move that WRAP, the waste and recycling advisory board, has said complies with food safety standards. The Co-op, which is independent ...

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This Trump Christmas Jumper Promises To Make The Festive Season Great Again (And Raise Money For Charity)

The limited edition Jeremy Corbyn Christmas jumper that took the internet by storm has raised over £5,000 for Save The Children since its launch in November.  Bolstered by the attention from their first campaign, British brand Not Just has brought out a new jumper that could out-viral the last.  “We were simply astounded by the support we received online for our Jerry ...

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Pizza Hut Tweets Apology 'For Any Offence Caused' Following Promotion In The Sun

Pizza Hut has tweeted an apology after it was criticised for running a promotion in The Sun, in the latest instance of corporations reacting to a backlash on social media. The food chain said on Twitter it was apologising for “any offence caused as a result of this partnership” after giving away a pizza with a purchase of the paper. Stop Funding ...

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UK Agrees Northern Ireland Border Brexit Deal, According To MEP

Northern Ireland could remain an effective member of the customs union and the single market as part of the UK’s Brexit deal with the EU, according to an MEP. Belgian Philippe Lamberts said on Monday the draft text of the deal expected to be agreed on Monday would see almost “full alignment” between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland. ...

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