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Day: February 25, 2018

How to lose belly fat
Featured, Life Style

How to lose belly fat

    There comes a point in a lot of people's lives when they notice their body isn't bouncing back with the same youthful elasticity with which it once did. Dark circles under our eyes, aches and pains where there once were none and abdominal fat - our bodies have their ways of telling us lifestyle has outstripped luck. Fitness and nutrition expert Louise Parker agrees, saying I'd say most clients who are overweight are largely concerned about fat in the abdominal area as it’s what they physically see and feel. But as she explains to Mirror Online, the bad news is there's no short-cut to a flatter, leaner tummy. Tackling it is a far-reaching task - and not tackling it can have serious consequences which go beyond the aesthetic. Louise has spent 20 years honing her me...
UK driving licences may no longer be recognised by the EU after Brexit
Featured, United Kingdom

UK driving licences may no longer be recognised by the EU after Brexit

    British motorists might be stopped from driving in Europe after Brexit because UK licences will no longer be recognised, it has been claimed. If ministers fail to strike a deal with the EU on transport holidaymakers might find themselves unable to hire a car on the Continent. During a presentation yesterday the European Commission suggested the mutual recognition of driving licences could be withdrawn as a “consequence of the UK becoming a third country in the road transport sector”. It said if the UK left the internal market all current EU law-based rights, obligations and benefits would cease. This would mean the end of mutual recognition of driving licences, vehicle registration documents and certificates of professional competence for drivers, the Commission s...
Corbyn won an apology: MP apologises for false spy claim
Featured, United Kingdom

Corbyn won an apology: MP apologises for false spy claim

    Jeremy Corbyn has won an apology and payout from a Tory MP who tweeted the Labour leader had sold secrets to Communist spies. Ben Bradley tweeted Corbyn sold British secrets to communist spies on Monday but then deleted it after he was threatened with legal action. It came amid headlines alleging Corbyn had met a Czech spy in his early days an MP in the late 1980s On Saturday, it was announced Bradley had agreed to pay Corbyn’s legal costs and an undisclosed substantial sum to charity for the tweet. Labour said Bradley, who is also Tory Party vice chair, was due to tweet: “I fully accept my statement was was wholly untrue and false. I accept that I caused distress and upset to Jeremy Corbyn by my untrue and false allegations, suggesting he betrayed his country by...
UK’s best days lie ahead of us
Featured, United Kingdom

UK’s best days lie ahead of us

    Theresa May Britain's best days really do lie ahead of us, Theresa May has said in comments ahead of a key speech about Brexit. The Prime Minister will hold a special Cabinet meeting on Thursday ahead of her speech in the North East the day after. It comes after she held a war Cabinet meeting at her country residence Chequers to work out forthcoming Brexit negotiations strategy. Mrs May said: On Thursday, I told the Cabinet committee at Chequers that the deal we negotiate with the EU must present an ambitious future for our great country. Next week I will present the committee's conclusions to an additional session of the full Cabinet before travelling to the North East on Friday to give a speech setting out this Government's vision of what our future economic par...
120 women on hunger strike in immigration centre
Featured, United Kingdom

120 women on hunger strike in immigration centre

    Former and current detainees met with Diane Abbot on Friday About 120 detainees in immigration detention centre Yarl's Wood have reportedly been on four days of hunger strike against continued incarceration of migrants in the UK. The detainees, who are all women, began striking on 21 February, in a protest at what they described as some of the most offensive government practices on immigration. They include the detention of survivors of rape, torture and human trafficking, poor heath care conditions, and the detention of people indefinitely and without the decision of a judge. In a note circulated by campaigners online, detainees say the Home Office is overwhelmed, not fit for purpose and operates in a rogue manner. This is a fraction of the 30,000 who enter the U...