Rail CHAOS: Northern axes 170 services on Sunday – MORE ‘likely’ to follow | UK | News

The train operator admitted it is “likely” more services will also be cancelled, with Cheshire, Lancashire and Greater Manchester worst hit.  A spokesman for Northern said “many staff have made themselves unavailable for work” tomorrow, who added that staff contracts mean they don’t have to work Sundays if they provide seven days’ notice.  The World Cup final takes place at 4pm on Sunday afternoon. This time last week, England still had a chance of making the showpiece but on Wednesday were defeated 2-1 by Croatia after extra time.  The Northern…

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Boleskine House | UK | News

IAN DAWSON Boleskine House Dutch millionairess Trudy Piekaar-Bakker told how disappointed she was in the looters who raided it after the blaze and warned the Curse of Boleskine House would exact retribution on them.  The Amsterdam businesswoman who made her fortune in a Japanese car parts business also talked about restoring the burned out shell and revealed a mysterious stranger had taken up residence in only remaining room. Once the lair of drug addled sex mad occultist, Aleister Crowley, the B-listed mansion was also owned by rock legend Jimmy Page…

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Canary Island tourists catch pneumonia bug as EU health watchdog warn of ‘EPIDEMIC’ | UK | News

The European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC) has issued a warning a real epidemic is at risk after 13 Swedish and Norwegian holiday-makers were taken ill with life-threatening pneumonia in Gran Canaria. The watchdog urged tourists to be vigilant when travelling as the horror bug poses a significant threat to Europe should patients be transferred between hospitals from the area and in their home countries. The ECDC warns of a “high risk of spreading and outbreaks if the traveller gets it, but it is not detected, and then…

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So, Now There Are Upside-Down Jeans No One Asked For

If you put a perfectly good pair of jeans down, flipped it and reversed it, you’d have fashion’s latest weird denim offering. CIE Denim, a New York City-based retailer, is selling upside-down shorts and pants that are basically regular old jeans inverted — with the waistband, belt loops and pockets where the cuffs should be. CIE Denim The “Nancy” and the “Will” styles. Each pair of denim is named after a character from Netflix’s “Stranger Things” — there’s a Will, a Nancy, a Mike, an El and a Lucas —…

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Can You Get Rid Of Cellulite Once You Have It? Doctors Tell All.

It’s believed that 80 to 90 percent of women have cellulite, yet somehow over time we’ve been conditioned to believe it’s ugly and needs to be “fixed.”  For what it’s worth, ugliness is a perception, and, medically speaking, cellulite doesn’t need to be fixed. At one point it was seen as the norm, and as the website Broadly so succinctly pointed out, “Cellulite used to be chill.” Dr. Anne Chapas, a dermatologist at Union Square Laser Dermatology, told HuffPost the word “cellulite” wasn’t even part of our vocabulary until the late 1800s, when…

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Kate Middleton outshines Meghan Markle in Wimbledon outfit

Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle were pictured together at the Wimbledon final. The sisters-in-law will sit together in the royal box at the event. They made an appearance to watch Meghan’s friend Serena Williams play in the final against Angelique Kerber. Kate, who is currently on maternity leave, is the more experienced royal of the two, having married Prince William back in 2011. The Duchess of Cambridge gave Meghan, the newest member of the royal family, a lesson in how to dress in her chic, white tea dress. She also…

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Google Chrome UPDATE: Users warned as huge browser change coming they may NOT like

Google Chrome fans have been put on alert about a huge update that they will soon be able to download. Google Chrome is undoubtedly the most popular internet browser in the world – and it doesn’t look like it will lose that crown anytime soon. In the first six months of this year Google Chrome had a staggering 62.04 per cent chunk of the internet browser market, according to NetMarketShare. Its nearest rival, the ageing Internet Explorer, had a 12.03 per cent share with Firefox behind on 10.41 per cent.…

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Trump UK visit: Former US advisor praises Trump for ‘incredible’ UK visit | UK | News

US President Donald Trump has been described as a “master communicator” and praised him for the four-day UK visit by his former advisor, Sebastien Gorka. Mr Gorka, Trump’s Deputy Assistant in 2017 told Channel 4 News: “Donald Trump is the master communicator. He knows exactly what he is doing whether it is a 2am tweet or whether it is an interview with one of the most popular newspapers in the UK. “So he does not need anyone’s advice when it comes to strategic communications. “The fact that he has got…

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Trump latest: Police launch investigation into paragliding protestor at Turnberry resort | UK | News

The incredible incident took place moments after Mr Trump arrived at the resort in Ayrshire, with flying protester branding him “well below par” – a popular golf reference. The Greenpeace paraglider swooped on the golf course a few hundred yards above the US President, with the banner slamming him and including the hashtag urging people to “resist”. The golf course was surrounded by heavy security due to threats of protests against Donald Trump‘s visit to the country, with snipers aiming their guns from the roof of the main building. Police…

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Brexit news: Firms told to prepare for NO DEAL as EU warns of ‘REAL’ consequences | Politics | News

According to The Sun, a Brexit committee will approve the decision to inform businesses to ready plans as early as next week, despite fears they could be spooked into moving work from Britain. Business Secretary Greg Clarke has warned that this could spread “panic” among firms but given the drawn-out process, ministers believe there is no other choice, as an outline trade deal with European Union negotiators has to be agreed within three months. HMRC has also warned there is a “systematic risk” because they were yet to speak to…

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