Hawaii volcano eruption latest: Is Hawaii volcano still active? Is it still erupting? | World | News

The USGS reported an explosion beneath the summit of Kilauea, which occurred at 5.45am local time (4.45pm BST) on Wednesday, July 11. The scientific agency said: “a collapse/explosion occurred beneath Kilauea caldera with energy equivalent to a magnitude-5.3 earthquake.  “The number of earthquakes dropped from 30-40/hr to less than 10/hr.  “We expect the earthquakes to increase over the next day until the next collapse/explosion tomorrow.  The explosive collapse was followed by an increase in lava from the Fissure 8 vent, according to Hawaii Volcano Observatory. This has produced small overflowed…

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Question Time LIVE: Will Theresa May face a leadership contest? Live updates HERE | UK | News

Theresa May held her showdown summit at Chequers last week and resolved the Government’s deadlock surrounding the UK’s post-Brexit trade and customs policy. The panel will likely discuss the substance of the agreement and whether it helps to resolve the Irish border issue. The commentators will also analyse the details of the Government’s Brexit White Paper and whether it delivers on the wishes of the voter. The announcement of Mrs May’s ‘soft’ Brexit model and facilitated customs arrangement led to the resignation of key Brexiteer ministers, including Boris Johnson and…

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Jean-Claude Juncker held up by world leaders as he struggled to stay stand up | World | News

The European Union leader was stumbling so much that world leaders including the presidents of Finland and Ukraine, and the Dutch Prime Minister, were forced to hold him up. Footage from the summit shows the 63-year-old being held up as he makes his way down the stairs. But as Mr Juncker attempts to walk he stumbles backwards and loses his balance once again. The European Commission President then had to be held at the arm in an effort to steady himself. Prime Minister Theresa May walked past Mr Juncker and…

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& Other Stories Summer Sale On Dress, Shoes, Bags And Beauty

In case you needed another reason to expand your summer closet, European retailer & Other Stories just announced an impressive summer sale worth browsing.  Starting today, the Swedish-founded women’s fashion company is marking down summery staples like dresses, skirts, wrap tops, shoes, bags and, yes, even beauty, by up to 50 percent.  Known for its zeitgeisty styles and quality designs, & Other Stories is one of H&M Group’s more premium brands. To the excitement of fashion-hungry Americans, the retailer opened its first store in the U.S. in 2014 in New…

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Stomach bloating: Prevent trapped wind pain with this diet dinner trick

Stomach bloating could be prevented by making sure you eat during daylight hours The digestive system works best when it’s light outside Digestive functions slow down at night, which could lead to bloating Leave at least two and a half hours between sleeping and eating your last meal to prevent bloating Stomach bloating has affected most people at some point in their lifetime, according to the NHS. It can make the stomach feel stretched or puffy, and can cause patients to have a general feeling of not feeling very well.…

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Theresa May arm patch during Trump dinner – what is it? | UK | News

Mrs May and her husband Philip greeted Mr Trump and wife Melania at the birthplace of Winston Churchill, of whom Mr Trump is a big fan.  The lavish welcome was marred by hundreds of protestors who have cropped up at the US ambassador’s residence where Mr Trump is staying as well as near Blenheim place.  About 150 guests will attend tonight’s dinner with the leaders, with cabinet ministers including the newly-appointed Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt and Chancellor Philip Hammond in attendance.  During the dinner, Mrs May said: “Mr President, Sir…

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eBay: ’Rare’ £1 coin with minting defects selling for £500 – do YOU have one?

eBay is the world’s biggest online auction site, attracting thousands and thousands of buyers and sellers. Amongst those are keen coin collectors, who are willing to splash out for seemingly small change. One coin hoping to attract one of these collectors is a “rare” £1 coin with a significant minting error. The coin was listed this afternoon by eBay user “robimora-1”, who is based in Wadebridge. The seller also boats 100 per cent positive feedback, enhancing the reliability of the listing. Robimora-1 listed the coin as a “Rare deformed pound…

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MacBook, iPad and Apple Music offer as Apple reveals new student deals and discounts

Apple’s student discount offers are back with the US technology firm dropping prices across a range of products. The Back To School / off to university sale is open to students and teachers with some big savings to be grabbed on iPads, MacBooks and Apple Music subscriptions. The education pricing is available to current and newly accepted university students, parents buying for university students, and teachers and education staff at all levels. Those wanting to take advantage of the sale need to verify their current student or staff status with…

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Labour’s Jared O’Mara who won Nick Clegg’s seat in General Election quits Corbyn’s party | Politics | News

The politician, who booted Nick Clegg out of his seat last year, threw in the towel after abusive comments on social media fell below the standards of the Labour party. In one disturbing comment, Mr O’Mara even said how “amusing” it would be if jazz musician Jamie Callum was raped and killed. It was also claimed he called a woman he dated an “ugly b****” and used transphobic slurs. Mr O’Mara pleaded recently that he was a different person and and apologised repeatedly for the tweets that he claimed was…

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Donald Trump holds hands with Theresa May AGAIN at Blenheim Palace | UK | News

Donald Trump and Melania were greeted by the Prime Minister and her husband Philip at their vehicle before they walked towards Blenheim Palace. As the US President approached a set of stairs, he appeared to take the Prime Minister’s arm. Mr Trump patted Mrs May’s hands as they began to take their first steps up the stair case. The Prime Minister then quickly let go of the US President’s hand before guiding him towards where he should stand to listen to the Bandsmen of the Scots, Irish and Welsh Guards…

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