Queen and Adam Lambert retain the crown as best live band ever, even without Freddie Mercury

Queen + Adam Lambert are everything a die-hard fan would hope for (Picture: Duncan Bryceland/REX/Shutterstock) Being there for Queen’s homecoming was very special indeed. Not least because I took my dad Nigel along – who last saw Queen in concert 42 years ago in Taunton in 1975 when they were testing out new track Bohemian Rhapsody. They certainly didn’t have ...

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Niecy Nash suggests Olivia Munn point at her to illustrate Black-ish and it’s rather awkward

To view this video please enable JavaScript, and consider upgrading to a web browser that supports HTML5 video Niecy Nash and Olivia Munn were at the helm of the Screen Actors Guild nominations today. But the headlines about Get Out, Big Little Lies and Stranger Things landing nods would have been very different if Niecy had have had her way. ...

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Suicidal Depression And Anxiety: The Road To Self-Destruction

The 8th November 2017 was the day I decided to kill myself. Being 40 and having suffered from depression and anxiety since I was about 10, it was a decision that certainly wasn’t made in haste. I’d had 30 years of periodic, often debilitating bouts of dark days and crippling panic attacks. When it first started I had no idea ...

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Research With Larvae Could Save The Barrier Reef

The Great Barrier Reef is one of nature’s most beautiful creations. But away from the golden shoreline under water our modern world is making it harder for the coral to survive. Now, if the scientists get it right, there is new hope that it might be saved for future generations. Click here to Read from the source

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How To Make Salt Dough Decorations: Recipe And Ideas For Christmas

Getting crafty with kids isn’t always an easy task, but thankfully this festive creation is really simple to do.  Salt dough tree decorations are easy to make with your children and require very little preparation or ingredients. To prove that, we filmed three kids – Archie, eight, Maisie, six, and Charlie, three, from London, – during a Christmas crafternoon at their ...

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Why Care About Farm Animal Welfare?

RSPCA Assured Farmer Harry Street with his cattle It’s simple. Nearly one billion animals are farmed every year in the UK for food – that’s a staggering 56 times more farm animals than there are pet cats and dogs! But sadly many of these animals are kept in conditions which the majority of us probably don’t think are good enough. ...

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PMQs: Theresa May Denies Philip Hammond Claimed Disabled Workers Were Lowering Productivity

Theresa May has denied Philip Hammond claimed an increase in disabled workers was responsible for lower UK productivity rates. The chancellor was heavily criticised last week after he told the Commons Treasury select committee: ”“It is almost certainly the case that by increasing participation in the workforce, including far higher levels of participation by marginal groups and very high levels ...

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Age

Remember that feeling of counting down the days to your next birthday as child? How that three quarters at the end of ‘8 and three quarters’ meant so much?. If you’ve got siblings, the age difference can feel like the defining factor in access to late nights, not tidying your room and other “grown up things”. But at some point ...

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The 2017 Christmas Fashion And Beauty Gift Guide For People Who Want To Give Sustainably

Festive fact: the amount of wrapping paper thrown away at Christmas in the UK alone, would stretch to the moon, according to research by Wrap. Luckily for eco-conscious fashion and beauty fans an increasing amount of brands are coming up with new ways to reduce their environmental impact, to lessen the impact of our consumerism at this time of year. We’ve rounded up ...

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What Primary School Children Need To Know About Fast Fashion

The fashion industry has a major impact on the environment from its carbon footprint to pollution caused by manufacture and environmental damage caused by disposal of clothing in landfill. According to Greenpeace, over two billion pairs of jeans are produced each year with a typical pair taking 7,000 litres of water to produce. It is estimated that around 400billion square ...

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