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Handy Christmas Tube Map Reveals The Most Festive Attractions And Pop-Ups In London

A Christmas map of London exists to help you fill your diary with festive events between now and January. The map shows where various Christmas attractions are along the tube lines – from shopping at Hamleys to watching the The Nutcracker to browsing the capital’s many Christmas markets. A handy key at the bottom reveals the nearest stations to each ...

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5 Times Donald Trump's Thanksgiving Speech To The US Coast Guard Made Zero Sense

Trump also gave a bullish Thanksgiving address to troops overseas on Thursday, hailing progress in Afghanistan and against ISIS, and telling them they were fighting for “something real,” including a stock market at record highs and his promised “big, beautiful fat tax cuts.” Speaking in a live video teleconference from Palm Beach, Florida, with military personnel serving in Afghanistan, Iraq ...

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The Anti-Victoria's Secret Fashion Show Proved Angels Come In All Shapes And Sizes

The Victoria’s Secret Show has come under fire for only featuring slim able-bodied models. To prove that all bodies – whatever their size, shape or ability – are catwalk worthy, and to show the world-famous lingerie brand that they’re seriously missing a trick, two sisters created their very own Anti-Victoria’ Secret Fashion Show. Alyse and Alexis Scaffidi were tired of ...

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Minister Backtracks After Suggesting Labour MP Ivan Lewis Was Suspended For Being 'Jewish Blairite'

Government minister Greg Hands was forced to backtrack after he claimed Labour MP Ivan Lewis had been suspended from the party because he was a ‘Jewish Blairite’. In a tweet he quickly deleted, Hands suggested the party had taken tougher action against Lewis, who is accused of sexual harassment, than Kensington MP Emma Dent Coad for offensive comments she made ...

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Five Things It's Okay To Admit You Liked About The Budget

OWEN HUMPHREYS via Getty Images Balanced or boring, fit for the future or fit for nothing. We’ve heard a lot of arguments over whether Philip Hammond’s budget was a good or bad one. On the whole, the chancellor managed to escape from his Commons address relatively unscathed, but big questions were asked about slow growth, revised-down wages and whether scrapping ...

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Autumn Budget 2017 Forecasts Mean 'Longest Ever Fall In Living Standards', Says Resolution Foundation

Britons are projected to suffer the longest ever period of falling living standards, after Philip Hammond revealed a gloomier economic forecast in the Budget, expert analysis has found. The Resolution Foundation said in its overnight analysis of the Chancellor’s Budget speech that household incomes would fall for 19 quarters in a row, longer than the 17 quarters for which it ...

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What Does The Future Of TV Look Like?

In 1996, the UN proclaimed 21st November as World Television Day “in recognition of the increasing impact television has on decision-making”. Television continues to permeate our lives and the decisions we make, but today, the word conjures up thoughts far beyond the heavy-duty TV boxes of the 1990s. The way we consume media is changing rapidly and the once loyal ...

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Top Tips To Reduce Stress This Christmas

The Christmas anticipation builds up all year long; no sooner have the crackers been pulled and last of the turkey been eaten, does the lurking thought of ‘next December’ creep into the back of your mind. It might be the most wonderful time of the year, but it can also be the most stressful – especially if all of the ...

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What Are Macronutrients And Why Do You Need Them?

Following on from the post on calories (read it here), today we look at macronutrients. Macronutrients, also known as macros for short, are the three primary sources of calories. Even if you are new to the term macronutrients you will undoubtedly be aware of the macros by their individual names: protein, carbohydrates and fats. Each macro plays a specific role ...

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Top Five Ways Creative thinking Has Helped Me As A Parent

I am an architect and designer by training. I am also a parent. Not necessarily in that order though. These worlds collide all the time, often joyously merging and the boundaries blurring. I started seeing links between my design philosophy and thinking and my parenting strategy and realised that there are even more overlaps and links between these two roles. ...

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