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This is the best beard style for every face shape

A full beard is one of the most common looks you’ll see on a man these days. But that doesn’t mean it works well for everyone, as some face shapes just don’t lend themselves to the style. If you’re looking for a change, you might be curious about other styles you can get away with wearing. Shaving company Braun has ...

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Here's a handy flowchart that'll tell you if it's better to rent or buy a home

Choosing whether to buy or rent a home could be one of the most important decisions you make in your life. Are you ready to settle down? Will one price work out better than the other? It depends on your financial situation, like how you’d like to manage your savings, if you have an emergency fund, and whether you’d rather ...

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House of Lords will not be 'threatened' into writing Theresa May a Brexit blank cheque, peers say

The House of Lords will not be bullied or “threatened” into writing the Prime Minister a “blank cheque” on Brexit, peers have said, as the upper house starts a long debate on the Government’s Article 50 bill. Theresa May this afternoon took the highly unusual step of attending the House of Lords session in person, watching intently from steps of ...

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Victory over Isis in Mosul could mean defeat in Syria's Deir Ezzor 250 miles west

“The re-conquest of western Mosul begins.” Or so several headlines in the Arab press have announced. And it’s true that the Iraqi army and its Shia militia allies and a few token soldiers from the US, Turkey, Britain and Kurdish forces have captured some small villages abandoned by Isis near the old Mosul airport. But it is likely to be ...

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Trump administration 'had a secret plan to lift Russian sanctions' and cede Ukraine territory to Moscow

<![CDATA[ <!–*/ */ /*–>*/ ]]> President Trump’s personal lawyer and a former business associate met privately in New York City last month with a member of the Ukrainian parliament to discuss a peace plan for that country that could give Russia long-term control over territory it seized in 2014 and lead to the lifting of sanctions against Moscow. The meeting ...

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The media needs to remember that there&apos;s more to the news than Donald Trump, like the battle for Mosul

One of the most frequently heard sayings of the last six months is that Donald Trump has been good for journalism. And on the face of it, that much is true. Audience figures for news websites have gone through the roof; the 10 o’clock news hour has become must watch TV again; even the odd newspaper has seen its readership ...

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Robert Mugabe tells the world to give Donald Trump a chance

Robert Mugabe has claimed he has similarities with US President Donald Trump.  The President of Zimbabwe said he had no issue with Mr Trump’s American nationalism and had the same view about his own country.  The 93-year-old also said the US President should be given a chance to prove he was a good leader and his policies should be given time. “I do not know, ...

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Russia prepares psychological report on Donald Trump revealing his naivety and risk-taking

A report on the psychology of Donald Trump is being prepared for the Russian President Vladimir Putin, according to NBC News. It is set to conclude the former reality TV star has a tendency to take risks and that he has a naive world view, according to a senior adviser to the Kremlin. Mr Trump “doesn’t understand fully who is Mr Putin — he ...

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Steve Hewlett dead: BBC radio presenter dies aged 58

BBC Radio 4 presenter Steve Hewlett has died aged 58 after publicly speaking about coping with terminal cancer. Hewlett was diagnosed with oesophageal cancer in March 2016. He worked on programmes including Panorama, Nationwide and The Media Show. More follows… Reuse content Click here to Read from the source

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Whether or not CPAC decides to &apos;no-platform&apos; Milo Yiannopoulos, we&apos;ll all have to answer some uncomfortable questions

Free speech, it seems, has limits for American conservatives. And that limit is accepting child abuse. For those of you fortunate enough not be au fait with the latest doings of Milo Yiannopoulos, the Anglo-Greek agitator was recently invited to give a keynote speech at CPAC, America’s largest conservative conference (CPAC stands for Conservative Political Action Conference. I dropped in ...

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