UK firm to contest new passport decision

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionDe la Rue boss Martin Sutherland The new UK passport to be issued after Brexit will be made in France, the current British manufacturer has said. The burgundy passport, in use since 1988, will revert to its original blue and gold colour…

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This Travel Bloggers Fake Photos Reveal What Most Instagram Celebrities Dont Want You To Know

In this age of social media and constant sharing, everybody knows that not everything is as it seems. Carolyn Stritch, a 32-year-old travel blogger from the UK, stunned her 190k followers by revealing that she tricked them to prove a point. “I wanted my fictional narrative to challenge the way…

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Hawking’s ashes to be interred at abbey

Image caption The professor was a fellow at Gonville and Caius College for more than 50 years The ashes of Professor Stephen Hawking will be interred next to the grave of Sir Isaac Newton at Westminster Abbey, it has been revealed. The renowned theoretical physicist’s final resting place will also…

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Cherry Blossoms Have Just Bloomed In China, And Its Probably One Of The Most Amazing Sights On The Planet

Residents and tourists from all over the world are flocking to the many different sites to admire these gorgeous floral children of spring. At Kunming Zoo in Yunnan Province, for example, the 19th Cherry Blossom Festival began on March 7th and will last until April 7th. It features over 5,000…

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Uber Agrees on Southeast Asian Sale to Grab

Uber Technologies Inc. has reached an agreement to sell its Southeast Asian ride-hailing business to rival Grab and could announce the deal as early as Monday morning in Singapore, people familiar with the matter said. The agreement — which includes all of Uber’s operations in Southeast Asia as well as…

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Moms Post About Teens “One Last High” Goes ViralAnd We All Need to Read It to Our Kids

ShareTweet It only takes a brief scroll through the daily news to realize we live in a broken world marked by pain, tragedy, and lives taken too soon. In our humanness, it’s hard to reconcile why an all-powerful, all-loving God would allow such evil — so when “bad things happen…

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Pay rise agreed for 1.3 million NHS staff

Image copyright Science Photo Library Image caption Nurses will be among more than one million staff to benefit from the three-year pay increase More than one million NHS staff, including nurses, porters and paramedics, are being offered increases of at least 6.5% over three years – with some getting as…

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Red Arrows engineer killed in jet crash

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionA large black plume of smoke was seen coming from the crash site An engineer has died after a Red Arrows jet crashed at RAF Valley on Anglesey. The pilot of the Hawk aircraft, which is used by the famous aerobatic display…

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“Are You Serious, Man?!”: Chick-fil-A Cashier Stuns Customer by Keeping His Change for 3 Weeks, Then Returning It

ShareTweet When it comes to crushing it in the customer service department, there’s hardly a company that can contend with Chick-fil-A. From FedEx-ing a forgotten purse back to a customer to opening their doors on Sunday for disaster relief and church service, this fast-food chain sure stays true to its Christian roots.…

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Ringo Starr receives knighthood

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionFormer Beatles drummer Ringo Starr receives his knighthood for services to music Beatles drummer Ringo Starr has been knighted for his services to music. The Duke of Cambridge bestowed the honour on the Liverpool-born star at a ceremony at Buckingham Palace. “It…

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YouTube Bans Firearms Demo Videos, Entering the Gun Control Debate

Google’s new policy prohibits promotion of guns, bump stocks At least one video gun blogger ditched YouTube for PornHub greater restrictions on content several times in the past year, responding to a series of issues with inappropriate and offensive videos. Most of those changes involved pulling ads from categories of…

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