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With her penchant for ancient electric heaters and Tupperware cereal boxes, the Queen has quite a reputation for being thrifty. Which makes it all the more astonishing that she has indulged what seems...dailymail.co.uk , msn.com
Blunt Blades, Gps Trackers And Longer School Hours: What''s The Answer To Britain''s Knife-Crime Crisis?
London (CNN)Five years into a knife-crime crisis, Britain is still scrambling for solutions. Few weekends pass without reports of violence in the country, while flowers laid on London street corners s...Cnn.com
Day after day, sisters Rachael and Cathy Nichols watched their mother Sue, a nurse, return home exhausted after tough 12-hour shifts. Sue was approaching 60 but a large mortgage meant she couldn''t sl...Dailymail.co.uk
In Sidhu-Amarinder Tug Of War, Congress High Command Takes Backseat Amid Tradition Of Parallel Leadership
It has been a fortnight since Punjab cabinet minister Navjot Singh Sidhu''s portfolio was changed and a new department was allocated to him but he is yet to take charge as the power minister of the st...News18.com
The Next Jobs Report Will Be The Most Important In Recent Memory. Here''s Why It Could Be A Make-Or-Break Moment For The Stock Market''s Red-Hot Rally.
Under other circumstances it could have been a sleepy post-holiday summer Friday. But as it stands now, July 5 could be a make or break moment for the rallying stock market. That''s the day the Labor Department will put out its next jobs report. It''s going to be a crucial one because it could either confirm the basis of the recent market surge, or dramatically reverse it. "It''s the type of report that could send the market either spiraling or rocketing," JJ Kinahan, chief market strategist for...Businessinsider.com and 1 sites
Anderson Cooper Says ''Stench'' Is Coming From Federal Immigration Authorities Over Migrant Detention Facilities
CNN host Anderson Cooper said a "stench" is coming from federal immigration authorities over the handling of the migrants crossing the border. Cooper made the comments Tuesday after Acting Customs and...Foxnews.com and 2 sites
Pakistan Did Not Enter Our Airspace, Failed To Hit Army Bases After Balakot Air Strike, Says Iaf Chief
The integration of targeting pods and laser-guided bomb system for the Mirage 2000 aircraft for the Kargil war was done in a record time of 12 days, Air Chief Marshal BS Dhanoa said Monday. Dhanoa was...indiatimes.com , business-standard.com and 15 sites
HONOLULU (AP) — A nonprofit organization that searches for the remains of U.S. servicemen lost in past conflicts has found what officials believe are the graves of more than 30 Marines and sailors kil...sfgate.com , inquirer.net , haaretz.com and 396 sites
OPINION: Depending on your politics and your world view, news that former cricketer and now TV personality Mark Richardson is contemplating a political career was either a sign of the apocalypse or si...Stuff.co.nz
When the Trumps went to Clarence House for tea on the first day of their recent state visit to the UK, the Duchess of Cornwall performed (if that is the right word) a wink. Why? We outsiders don''t know, and we are not meant to know. "A wink is all about collusion, and collusion is about exclusion," says Dr Peter Collett, an Oxford psychologist with an interest in body language. Therefore, the wink, in his opinion, is anachronistic. "It''s not as prevalent as it used to be because it goes against the tide of the zeitgeist, which is all about not leaving anybody out." It is true: you don''t see as much winking as you used to, and so a wink today stands out as a flashback to monochrome England, such as when you see someone smoking a pipe, or hear a milkman whistling. As a mode of communication, it seems as quaint as Morse code. I am sufficiently interested in winking to have written a novel about a man who winks at people and then kills them. The novel is set in the 70s, which was a lasc...Theguardian.com