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Sainsbury’s Black Friday deals have big savings on TVs, Amazon Fire Stick and Now TV

Sainsbury’s Black Friday offers have landed (Picture: Getty Images) Sainsbury’s Black Friday deals have landed and there are some big savings to be made on TVs, tablets and subscriptions to Now TV. The supermarket only has its offers in store, so you will have to get down to Sainsbury’s to make the most of these deals, but there are some ...

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The best Amazon Black Friday laptop deals 2017 on Samsung, ASUS and more

(Picture: Getty Images) Amazon’s Black Friday daily deals have been live now for a week and discounts have been flowing. But Black Friday the biggest shopping day of the year is officially here and that means there are even more deals and bargains to be snapped up. Vegan body building week 3: Why you need to eat more calories to ...

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Should women in their twenties be thinking about freezing their eggs?

(Picture: Ella Byworth for Metro.co.uk) Rita Ora has frozen her eggs.  I know, it’s Thursday afternoon and you probably don’t want to think about Rita Ora’s reproductive system. But when you realise that she’s 26, it does rather prompt the question ‘should I be worried about my eggs?’ Because we don’t want anyone to worry about anything to do with ...

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Sam Faiers Shares Breastfeeding Selfie On Instagram After Pulling Over To Feed Newborn Daughter In Car

Sam Faiers has shown that when a baby is hungry, you’ve got to stop what you’re doing and feed them asap – even if that means pulling the car over (safely) during a journey. The former ‘TOWIE’ star posted a selfie of herself breastfeeding her newborn daughter – whose name has not yet been announced – while her 23-month-old son ...

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Australia Is Now Home To The World's Largest Battery

Tesla have successfully completed the building phase of the world’s largest battery in south Australia, designed to store renewable energy. The PowerPack, which was on a 100 day deadline (or else Elon Musk himself would have to foot the $50 million bill himself) has been turned on for a final stage of testing to ensure it meets government requirements. State ...

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John McDonnell Forgets His Sums And Says 'That's Why We Have iPads'

John McDonnell failed to explain Labour’s borrowing plans during a key broadcast interview, saying MPs have “iPads and advisers” for that.  The Shadow Chancellor was grilled on the BBC Today Programme and was asked to talk about his own party’s plans to borrow around £50bn, but appeared to forget his sums.  When presenter Mishal Husain pressed him about how much ...

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On Insects And Biodiversity: Standing Up For The Little Guy

On the windowsill behind my desk is a shiny, black beetle cast in resin that catches the morning sun. I bought it from a junk shop on a whim as it reminded me of catching beetles as a child. I’ve been staring at that beetle as I try to digest a study of nature reserves in Germany highlighting a 75% ...

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What I've Learnt As An Anti-Fracking Campaigner

by Charley Ross 23/11/201711:18am Writer at Sourced by HuffPost UK. Crazy for pugs, caffeinated goods and Scorsese movies. “The craziest thing that’s happened to me whilst campaigning? Having manure thrown at me by an angry landowner while I restaged The Great British Bake Off with [actress] Emma Thompson on a proposed fracking site.” Fifty-five-year-old activist Tina Rothery started out as ...

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Digital Assistants – Giving Life To Artificial Intelligence

In a relatively short space of time, the digital assistant market has boomed. Six years ago Apple’s Siri went global with the launch of the iPhone 4S, offering a novelty alternative to the not-so-difficult task of manually calling someone. These are far more complex today, with digital home assistants offering to make lives easier for customers worldwide. We are now ...

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Billy The Kid And Pat Garrett Pictured Together In Rare Flea Market Find

A random photo bought for $10 at a flea market is now believed to feature both Billy the Kid and Pat Garrett – and could be worth millions. The tintype snap was bought by US lawyer Frank Abrams in North Carolina and was displayed for years in his spare room. Abrams contacted experts after watching a documentary about the discovery ...

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