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Day: January 21, 2020

Why babies should always sleep on their backs
Featured, Life Style

Why babies should always sleep on their backs

    When you’re a new parent, it can seem like there’s an overwhelming amount of information and advice to remember in order to keep your new baby healthy, safe and happy. But if there’s one piece of information you should always follow, it’s that for every single nap and sleep that you put your baby down for, they should always be placed on their back. Why? Recent research from numerous worldwide studies has shown there is a connection between the sleeping positions of babies and sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS), and the risk is greatly reduced if your baby sleeps on their back. Why is it safer for baby to sleep on its back? Nobody yet knows exactly why it's safer for your baby to sleep on their back rather than their stomach, although there are several well-res...
Brexit Britain a beacon of relative stability
Featured, United Kingdom

Brexit Britain a beacon of relative stability

    Executives around the world regard the UK as a 'beacon of relative stability' for their businesses. In a major vote of confidence in Brexit Britain, a survey of bosses by PwC found the UK is the fourth most important country for international firms, behind the US, China and Germany. The accountancy firm's report found, for chief executives in Germany, France and Italy, the UK is as attractive now as it was in 2015, with a notable uptick since last year. Speaking at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Kevin Ellis, chairman of PwC UK, said: 'The findings provide timely perspective on the UK's standing as a place to invest and do business. Viewed against the turbulent global backdrop, the UK is a beacon of relative stability. You can't replicate natural advantages lik...
Stab victims died over unpaid work
Featured, London

Stab victims died over unpaid work

    Three Sikh men stabbed to death in east London yesterday have been identified  as builders from India who died after a drunken row over unpaid work turned violent. Narinder Singh, 26, Harinder Kumar, 22, and Baljit Singh, 34, were stabbed to death and found covered in blood near Seven Kings station in Ilford at around 7.30pm on Sunday. One was stabbed in the neck, shoulder and chest, while another was discovered having been smashed in the head with a hammer. Witnesses heard one of the victims shouting: 'They killed me, help me!' as friends and relatives rushed to the devastating scene. A local businessman said the men were knifed to death after a large group of Indian men spilled out of a nearby restaurant, screaming and shouting in a furious drunken argument betw...