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Guidance Coronavirus (COVID-19): support for victims of domestic abuse

Measures announced over recent weeks to tackle coronavirus (COVID-19) have seen people’s day-to-day lives drastically altered. These changes are essential to beat coronavirus and protect our NHS. The government acknowledges that the order to stay at home can cause anxiety for those who are experiencing or feel at risk of domestic abuse. There is never […]

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These are the women in science to watch out for in India today

Science is not just a field for men anymore. Here are some significant female scientists from India, we all should watch out for.   Gagandeep Kang Executive director, Translational Health Service and Technology Institute (THSTI), Faridabad Kang is a public health expert who played a crucial role in understanding neglected tropical diseases and the development […]

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Lovers in lockdown: How dating services want to keep us all swiping

Social distancing has hit dating scenes around the world hard. Tinder, OkCupid and other dating platforms are nevertheless doing their best to help love find a way. Has the pandemic hit pause on real-world dating — or just brought it online for a while? “We don’t know who needs to hear this, but now is […]

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Princess Diana – Legend of the month

“They say it is better to be poor and happy than rich and miserable, but how about a compromise like moderately rich and just moody?” —Princess Diana Born Diana Spencer on July 1, 1961, Princess Diana became Lady Diana Spencer after her father inherited the title of Earl Spencer in 1975. She married heir to […]

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Spring is coming – Build up your abs

Spring is here, or nearly here, however you chose to see things. Myself I have decided to ditch the winter clothes, and venture out in my white jeans and pretty brightly coloured tops. I must say it is still a tad cold, so I invested in a lilac fur trimmed faux leather biker jacket, keeping […]

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Princess Diana – Legend of the month

“They say it is better to be poor and happy than rich and miserable, but how about a compromise like moderately rich and just moody?” —Princess Diana Born Diana Spencer on July 1, 1961, Princess Diana became Lady Diana Spencer after her father inherited the title of Earl Spencer in 1975. She married heir to […]

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Hustler Club Free Food During Virus Shutdown … But No Lap Dances!!!

Larry Flynt‘s Hustler Club in Vegas is still serving customers during the 30-day “stay home” order — but strictly from its kitchen. Yes, the only people coming to the stage at the strip joint will be the chefs, according to its honchos … who tell us the kitchen will be open for those in need […]

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Kenny Rogers Last Deal, Gambler … Dead at 81

Country music legend Kenny Rogers died Friday evening at his home, surrounded by his family. Kenny was under hospice care at the time of his passing … according to a rep for the singer, who also says Kenny died of natural causes. The Country Music Hall of Famer was known for his impressive string of […]

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Idris Elba Wife Tests Positive for Coronavirus … Tested With No Symptoms

Idris Elba‘s wife just told Oprah she tested positive for the coronavirus, and it raises the issue that people are talking about from The White House to Hollywood — how are these tests being distributed? Sabrina Dhowre told Oprah she’s been by Idris’ side the whole time, and that’s not going to change. She said […]

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Guidance Coronavirus (COVID-19): support for victims of domestic abuse

Measures announced over recent weeks to tackle coronavirus (COVID-19) have seen people’s day-to-day lives drastically altered. These changes are essential to beat coronavirus and protect our NHS. The government acknowledges that the order to stay at home can cause anxiety for those who are experiencing or feel at risk of domestic abuse. There is never […]

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How to talk to your child about Corona

We are all overwhelmed by the wealth of information and news about the spread of the coronavirus that reaches us every day. For children, too, what they see on television, the Internet or social media, or hear about the coronavirus from other people, can be disturbing and confusing. This can cause anxiety, stress or sadness […]

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Dot-to-dot drawings

Get your pencils ready, boys and girl!!! Connect the dots and enjoy some colouring time… !! 🙂     Facebook Comments Booking.com

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Coronavirus: Your Children’s Questions Answered

There’s a new virus on the loose and everyone wants to know where it came from, how it spreads, and how to prevent it from spreading even further.   Where did this virus originate? This virus originated in Wuhan, China in December 2019. Chinese officials claim that the outbreak started in a wildlife market (Chinese […]

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Financial help and benefits for single parents

  By Karen Holmes, Welfare Benefits Specialist at the charity Turn2us According to official statistics, over a quarter of households with dependent children are single parent families and there are two million single parents in Britain today.* Sadly, children from single parent families are twice as likely to live in poverty as children from families with […]

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Best Jobs For Single Parents

When it comes to being a single mother, the two most important characteristics of a job are flexibility and salary. And while those elements are found on a company by company basis, there are certain industries that lend themselves to being more flexible than others. The most flexible professions include sales, public relations, health care […]

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BREXIT and the single mum

An independent thinktank predicts the Government of  Brexit Britain will slash spending on benefits that affect the poor working class. Single parents and disabled Brits will lose thousands more each year in the event of a Brexit, research has suggested. Brexit is widely expected to trigger at least a short-term economic shock, which could hit […]

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Lovers in lockdown: How dating services want to keep us all swiping

Social distancing has hit dating scenes around the world hard. Tinder, OkCupid and other dating platforms are nevertheless doing their best to help love find a way. Has the pandemic hit pause on real-world dating — or just brought it online for a while? “We don’t know who needs to hear this, but now is […]

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There’s an evolutionary secret that can help you understand how to attract men and make them desire you

Attraction between the sexes, as complicated as it may seem, is pretty simple to explain in a few lines.Girls are more easily attracted to a guy who appears healthy and stress-free, has a good level of testosterone which makes him appear more manly and chiseled, and has a protective streak in him which makes him […]

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50 shades of real BDSM

Im 28 years old,still pretty young but not too young to have not experinced some fun regarding sexual acts and play. I am miss reeves and i will be here to discuss many topics from erotic to how to cook a perfect sunday lunch, we shall make friends you and I, your opinion will be […]

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How to Get Your Ex-Boyfriend Back (and Keep Him) in 7 Steps

It doesn’t matter who broke up and why, you want him back no matter what. How do you get him back? What works, what doesn’t and why? Make sure you don’t mess up, or he might never want to hear about you again, let alone get back together. Here are 7 tips to help you […]

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Gay Parents As Good As Straight Ones

    When the Supreme Court took up the issue of gay marriage , Justice Antonin Scalia claimed that experts debate whether same-sex parents are bad for children. “There’s considerable disagreement among sociologists as to what the consequences are of raising a child in a…single-sex family, whether that is harmful to the child or not,” […]

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Children and the law: a guide to lesbian parenting

Deciding to co-parent a child or children with your lesbian partner or wife can be exciting but complicated. You may decide to foster or adopt a child, conceive by artificial or donor insemination, co-parent with a third party, or you and your partner may already have children from previous relationships. This legal guide gives information […]

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Lovers in lockdown: How dating services want to keep us all swiping

Social distancing has hit dating scenes around the world hard. Tinder, OkCupid and other dating platforms are nevertheless doing their best to help love find a way. Has the pandemic hit pause on real-world dating — or just brought it online for a while? “We don’t know who needs to hear this, but now is […]

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Spring is coming – Build up your abs

Spring is here, or nearly here, however you chose to see things. Myself I have decided to ditch the winter clothes, and venture out in my white jeans and pretty brightly coloured tops. I must say it is still a tad cold, so I invested in a lilac fur trimmed faux leather biker jacket, keeping […]

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What the Jewish Passover and the Christian Easter have in common

Not Christmas, but Easter is the highest festival of Christianity. But how is the date of Easter actually calculated? Why do the Jewish Passover and Easter take place very rarely – as they last did in 2019 – but always at the same time? And why exactly then does Orthodox Christendom always leave a common […]

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There’s an evolutionary secret that can help you understand how to attract men and make them desire you

Attraction between the sexes, as complicated as it may seem, is pretty simple to explain in a few lines.Girls are more easily attracted to a guy who appears healthy and stress-free, has a good level of testosterone which makes him appear more manly and chiseled, and has a protective streak in him which makes him […]

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