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The best new TV on Amazon Prime in June

The best new TV on Amazon Prime in June

A darker spin on The Devil Wears Prada concept, Amazon’s very own Marvel comic book show, and some returning fan favourites – June on Amazon Prime UK brings with it some interesting small screen offerings. Here are the most striking of next month’s new and returning TV shows, along with a round-up of everything else coming […]

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Tracyanne and Danny pay Edwyn Collins a visit

Tracyanne and Danny pay Edwyn Collins a visit

They say a change is as good as a rest, but for Tracyanne Campbell, working on her latest album was more than that. And not just as an alternative to the daily chores. Once the phone stops ringing she answers: “I have a terrible habit of forgetting these things are happening, so I was doing […]

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Tesco to remove some fruit and veg ‘best before’ dates to cut down on food waste

Tesco to remove some fruit and veg ‘best before’ dates to cut down on food waste

Tesco is to remove ‘Best Before’ consumption guidance dates from nearly 70 fruit and vegetable lines in a move to help reduce food waste. The supermarket giant say the move is to help prevent perfectly edible food, such as apples, potatoes, onions, tomatoes, plus lemons and other citrus fruit, from being thrown away. The move follows a […]

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Will Smith to perform official song of World Cup 2018

Will Smith to perform official song of World Cup 2018

Will Smith is to follow in the footsteps of Ricky Martin, Anastacia, Shakira and Il Divo to perform the official song of the World Cup. The Hollywood star will team up with Nicky Jam and Kosovo singer Era Istrefi for the anthem which is set to be released on Friday. Nicky Jam manager’s Juan Diego Medina […]

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Planning a wedding? Read the small print so your big day isn’t ruined

By Alex Neill, Which? Did you have a tear in your eye when Prince Harry and Meghan Markle tied the knot? You’d have had to have a heart of stone not to be moved by their wedding ceremony, which broke so many rules in the traditional royal wedding ceremony book. Of course for us at […]

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Ryanair launches surprise one-day sale – with some flights from £5.99

Fancy jetting off to sunnier climes for less than £6? Get a move on, then, because Ryanair has launched a spontaneous one-day only sale on flights to some of Europe’s hottest holiday destinations. The low-cost airline is offering up to 20 per cent off over 500,000 seats, available for travel between June and September, allowing […]

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The voice behind ‘yanny’ or ‘laurel’ confirms what he actually said

The voice behind ‘yanny’ or ‘laurel’ confirms what he actually said

It was the recording that divided opinion around the world but now the voice behind the ‘yanny’ or ‘laurel’ recordings has weighed into the debate to confirm what he actually said. Broadway actor and singer, Jay Aubrey Jones, 64, from New Jersey, has now officially confirmed that he actually said ‘laurel’ in the viral recording. […]

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Four ways your Google searches and social media affect your opportunities in life

Four ways your Google searches and social media affect your opportunities in life

Lorna McGregor, University of Essex; Daragh Murray, University of Essex, and Vivian Ng, University of Essex Whether or not you realise or consent to it, big data can affect you and how you live your life. The data we create when using social media, browsing the internet and wearing fitness trackers are all collected, categorised […]

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UK to fall silent to remember Manchester Arena bombing victims

UK to fall silent to remember Manchester Arena bombing victims

The UK will fall silent at 2.30pm today (Tuesday) to remember those who died in the Manchester Arena bombing a year ago. The terror attacked claimed the lives of 22 people, while more than 800 others were either physically or psychologically injured, after a device was detonated at the end of pop star Ariana Grande’s concert. A […]

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The top 10 places to visit in Europe in 2018 – according to Lonely Planet

The top 10 places to visit in Europe in 2018 – according to Lonely Planet

Travel guide Lonely Planet has revealed its top 10 European destinations for 2018, with one UK city included. Dundee is placed sixth on the guide’s best in Europe 2018 list, which includes Italy’s food heartland of Emilia-Romagna, the northern Spanish region of Cantabria, Provence in France and Kosovo. Once known as the home of “jute, […]

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