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Day: March 21, 2018

How To Manage Your Kid’s Sleep Routine When The Clocks Go Forward
Featured, Life Style

How To Manage Your Kid’s Sleep Routine When The Clocks Go Forward

    To give us lighter evenings and a glimmer of hope that summer is on the way, the clocks will be going forward on Sunday 25 March 2018. Although it’s easy for parents to cope with one hour’s less sleep and a changing new body clock, it can be a little trickier for children. We asked two sleep experts - Katie Palmer from Inant Sleep Consultant and Maryanne Taylor from The Sleep Works to give their tips on how to make sure changing your kids’ sleep schedule is as pain-free as possible. 1. Enforce a bedtime wind down. The hardest adjustment when the clocks go forward is to convince your child to stay in bed when it is light outside, Palmer told HuffPost UK. A good routine helps keep continuity and gives the body a chance to unwind so that the release of melatonin (...
How Prince Harry charmed Meghan Markle by winning round her friends
Featured, United Kingdom

How Prince Harry charmed Meghan Markle by winning round her friends

    One of the reasons Meghan Markle fell in love with Prince Harry is how good he was with her friends, a new book about the couple’s path to marriage claims. In an excerpt from upcoming book Harry: Life, Loss, and Love, author Kate Nicholl explains how when the news of their relationship was made public, Harry and Meghan hid from the press by seeking refuge with Meghan’s close friends Ben and Jessica Mulroney. The Mulroneys live in Toronto with their three children: seven-year-old twins Brian and John, and four-year-old Isobel. As Harry and Meghan were in Toronto when the news broke, they hid from the paparazzi at the Mulroneys’, and this is where Harry made such an impact on Meghan. When Harry came to visit the family he brought a bag filled with gifts, a source to...
Five explosions to hit the US state: Texas serial bombing suspect dead after tracked down
America, Featured

Five explosions to hit the US state: Texas serial bombing suspect dead after tracked down

    The Texas serial bombing suspect has been killed after being tracked down by police, according to US media reports. Two people were killed in five explosions to hit the US state this month. Local media reported the suspect was tracked down by the FBI and police in Round Rock, near Austin. He killed himself using an explosive device, a law enforcement official told the Austin Statesman newspaper. Anthony Stephan House and Draylen Mason died in the explosions There were also reports of gunfire with police. The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives confirmed it was at the scene of the individual suspected in the package bomb murders on the I-35 highway. The suspect was identified in the last 24 hours after shipping an explosive device from a FedEx stor...
Brexit deal rocked over Gibraltar
Europe, Featured

Brexit deal rocked over Gibraltar

    The hard fought agreement between the UK and EU over a 21 month transition period after Brexit has been thrown into doubt after Spain refused to endorse the deal without further concessions over Gibraltar. With days to go before the 27 EU leaders are expected to welcome the two sides coming together over a 129-page withdrawal agreement, including the terms of the transition, Madrid said it was withholding its support. It is understood that Spain, which lays claim to the Rock, wants the legal text to be clearer that it has a veto on Gibraltar continuing to enjoy the benefits of the single market and the customs union. While EU officials are confident they can persuade Spain to back the withdrawal agreement before a sign-off by leaders in Brussels on Friday, it would...
Russians leave UK amid spy row
Europe, Featured

Russians leave UK amid spy row

    Nearly two dozen Russian diplomats expelled by the British Government have left the UK as Theresa May promised stricter border checks on those whose activities threaten the security of the Britain and its allies. Former Russian double agent Sergei Skripal and his daughter, Yulia, remain in a critical condition after being poisoned in Salisbury on March 4. On March 14, the Prime Minister gave the 23 diplomats whom she said were undeclared intelligence agents a week to leave Britain. Russia responded by expelling the same number of British diplomats, who are expected to leave in the coming days. Diplomats and their families emerged from the Russian Embassy in west London with suitcases, bags and pet carriers. Some hugged before boarding vehicles to Stansted Airport...