Monthly Archives February 2020

16 Great Blogging Tips from 16 Great Bloggers…

I’ve heard blogging referred to a couple of times recently as a mixture between an art and a science. If this is true (and I think it is), there’s no ‘right way’ to approach blogging if you want to be successful. There are plenty of people who’ve done a great job of it though, and I thought it would be useful to learn from them. These 16 bloggers shared one important tip each for blogging beginners. No doubt, even if you’re not a beginner these tips will probably prove to be useful. ” style=”max-width: 100%; display: block !important”>1. Get ideas
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Eating Out in London – Things to do in London Directory…

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Is coronavirus worse than the regular flu?

Is coronavirus worse than the regular flu? Coronavirus is spread through close contact with an infected person (Picture: EPA) The coronavirus outbreak spread across the world hard and fast, and with the chaos has come much speculation. Among it is the claim coronavirus is no different from the seasonal flu and both infectious respiratory illnesses should be treated the same. Both viruses share the similar symptoms – including a fever, cough and sore throat – and are airborne, spread through cough droplets of an infected person – but should we be more worried about coronavirus than we are about the
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Frank Lampard should’ve followed Arsenal, Manchester United and Tottenham’s example with treatment of Chelsea’s Kepa Arrizabalaga, insists Tony Cascarino

Frank Lampard should’ve followed Arsenal, Manchester United and Tottenham’s example with treatment of Chelsea’s Kepa Arrizabalaga, insists Tony Cascarino Tony Cascarino argues Chelsea manager Frank Lampard should’ve followed the example of fellow Premier League managers and remained loyal to Kepa Arrizabalaga instead of dropping the goalkeeper for Willy Caballero. The Blues made Kepa, 25, the most expensive goalkeeper in the world when they signed him for more than £70m in the summer of 2018. However, his Chelsea career is yet to take off, having so far been blighted by the defiance of Maurizio Sarri in the Carabao Cup final and
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Coronavirus will have a profound impact on the UK, says Jeremy Hunt

Coronavirus will have a profound impact on the UK, says Jeremy Hunt The former health secretary told LBC that coronavirus will have a profound impact on the UK. Speaking to Nick Ferrari, he said: “We are in a moment of absolute crisis. A woman wearing a mask at London’s Leicester Square underground station as the first case of coronavirus has been confirmed in Wales and two others have been identified in England – bringing the total number in the UK to 19. (Photo by Kirsty O’Connor / PA images via Getty Images) A woman wearing a mask in China Town,
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Brighton and Crystal Palace players defy coronavirus fears with handshake before game and holding hands with mascots

Brighton and Crystal Palace players defy coronavirus fears with handshake before game and holding hands with mascots BRIGHTON and Crystal Palace players showed no coronavirus concerns ahead of their lunchtime clash. Players stepped out onto the field holding the hands of mascots before greeting each other with handshakes before kick-off. Players and officials showed no concerns over the coranavirus BT Sports A number of Premier League clubs are taking extra precautions to limit any risk of the virus spreading among squads. West Ham boss David Moyes has banned handshakes, forcing players to fist-bump and use anti-bacterial hand gel in a
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Citroen presents the first fully electric Made in Morocco car in Paris

Citroen presents the first fully electric Made in Morocco car in Paris Rabat – French automaker Citroen unveiled its Made in Morocco mini electric car called AMI yesterday at the Paris Defense Arena, marking Citroen’s entry into the electric car arena. Built in the PSA factory in Kenitra, the mini-car without a license will be available for sale at €6,900. Rechargeable in 3 hours, the two-seater car can travel 70 kilometers at a maximum speed of 45 kilometers per hour. The car is the perfect choice for daily activities and aims to make city driving less stressful. Its small size
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Canelo Alvarez next fight: Golden Boy Promotions offer Billy Joe Saunders £6m to face Mexican in Las Vegas on May 2 – reports

Canelo Alvarez next fight: Golden Boy Promotions offer Billy Joe Saunders £6m to face Mexican in Las Vegas on May 2 – reports Saul ‘Canelo’ Alvarez will face Billy Joe Saunders on May 2 after the Mexican’s promoters increased their offer to the Brit, according to reports. Golden Boy Promotions have reportedly offered Saunders $7.75million (£6m) to put his WBO super-middleweight title on the line, with a deal reportedly nearing completion. Four-weight world champion Canelo Alvarez will reportedly sign to face Billy Joe Saunders Tom Hogan – Hogan Photos/Golden Boy This means WBA ‘Super’ and Ring Magazine super-middleweight champion Callum
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Lessons from Top Entrepreneurs

cardonesolutions.com/grant-cardone-net-worth-2020/ So Jarrod Glandt sits down and picks Grant Cardone’s brain for an hour.  What did I get out of it?  And what will you get out of it.  When I first started following Grant and listening to his workshops in the car everywhere I went, I had this feeling so many times that he was basically talking to me or like maybe he’s been secretly following me around or something.  Which obviously is not what was going on so what did that feeling mean?  It meant I wasn’t alone.  It meant that I’m not the only one out here
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Tourism Wales | Find Great Holiday Ideas or Visit Wales For Family Breaks, Weekend Getaways and Walking Holidays

The Best Places To Visit In Wales & Stay in Wales The smallest of mainland Britain’s component countries, Wales offers many wonderful reasons to visit. The south includes cosmopolitan Cardiff, a good base from which to begin exploring the rest of the country. With its splendid castle, arcades, and historic buildings, it’s a city with plenty of places to visit and things to do. When you’re ready to venture further afield, you’ll find an abundance of attractions, including more than 400 castles and fortifications, gardens, breathtaking scenery, and heritage railways. However you decide to spend your time in Wales, rest
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Welsh Events – Home | Facebook

Welsh Events shared a post. Bernie Davies shared a post to the group: Introbiz Swansea and west Wales Community. 25 February at 22:20 · Check out our members Celtic Holiday Parks 25 February at 20:20 · 🌼ANNOUNCING THE CELTIC SPRING HOLIDAY HOME SALE🌼 Parks open on 1st March .. Save up to £5,000 on your BRAND NEW dream holiday home in Pembrokeshire. 👉 REGAL SEASCAPE, Noble Court Holiday Park was £44,995 now… More 2 bedroomed beautiful holiday home, sleeps 6 with wrap around decking The Seascape is new for 2019 and boasts an intelligent use of space with all the
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Disney CEO steps down with immediate effect…

Disney shares have tripped up following shock news that its chief executive of 15 years, Bob Iger, has stepped down with immediate effect. The company said the 69-year old, credited with steering a massive expansion of its entertainment interests, would remain executive chairman until the conclusion of his contract. He will be replaced by Bob Chapek, the chairman of Disney’s parks, experiences and products business. Image:Bob Iger snapped up the Star Wars franchise during his 15 years in charge at Disney Mr Iger told investors and reporters that – in addition to his duties leading the board – he would
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The Ethiopians returning home to start businesses – GlobalBiz News

The Ethiopians returning home to start businesses – BBC News Hundreds of Ethiopians who have been living abroad are returning to the country, following reforms brought in by Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed.  Mr Abiy’s ambitious reforms include changing the law to enable more Ethiopians living abroad to come back and help rebuild the economy. For years, Ethiopia’s economy has been tightly controlled by the state and closed to many international investors.  About two million Ethiopians live in the diaspora, the government estimates.  About half of those displaced Ethiopians have found new homes in the US, particularly in Washington DC, which
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Business Confidence in Scotland on the up…

Business confidence in Scotland bounced back this month, according to a survey. Bank of Scotland’s February business barometer rose by 19 points to a net balance of 15%, with firms reporting more confidence in their prospects as well as higher economic optimism. This was reflected in businesses’ hiring intentions, with a net 5% of firms expecting to hire more staff during the next year. Across the UK, overall confidence was unchanged on 23%. Businesses in London had the highest confidence at 29%, ahead of the West Midlands at 28%, and the East Midlands at 27%. Those in Wales were the
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Regulator tells big four auditors to accelerate break-up plan | Business News

Regulator tells big four auditors to accelerate break-up plan The big four accountancy firms have been told by watchdogs to accelerate the ring-fencing of their audit businesses by bolstering independent governance and improving financial transparency. Sky News has learnt that the Financial Reporting Council (FRC) wrote to the quartet – Deloitte, EY, KPMG and PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) – this week to set out details of the ‘operational separation’ blueprint that it hopes will improve audit quality following a string of events corporate scandals. In the letter, the FRC is understood to have told the four firms, which collectively have a dominant
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Inside Bloomberg’s bid to corner the OTT business news market as streaming wars intensify | The Drum

As Michael Bloomberg’s campaign to win the Democratic nomination and oust Donald Trump from the White House is taking off, his Bloomberg media empire is separately planning to become a major player in the video streaming wars. In a two-pronged push, Bloomberg Media, the mogul’s eponymous finance, data and media empire, is looking to put business programming at the heart of the streaming revolution through its new Bloomberg TV+ digital service and QuickTake by Bloomberg, a digital channel focused at a young business audience. QuickTake, which began life on social media, will launch as a streaming service early this year.
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How a serious accident led to business success – BBC News

How a serious accident led to business success – BBC News It was in the wake of a terrible skiing accident that Susanne Najafi embarked on her path as a serial entrepreneur. While racing down the slopes of a Swedish ski resort in 2009, she fell and broke her neck. “I was trying to get up, but I’m like, ‘Oh, I can’t move my arms.’ And that’s when I realised it was a bit more serious. “The doctor said that I was one millimetre from the nerve getting cut off,” she recalls. “They were like, ‘This was really, really lucky.'”
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Fantastic Rugby Poem…

  A Poem for old rugby players:   When the battle scars have faded And the truth becomes a lie And the weekend smell of liniment Could almost make you cry. When the last rucks well behind you And the man that ran now walks It doesn’t matter who you are The mirror sometimes talks Have a good hard look old son! The melons not that great The snoz that takes a sharp turn sideways Used to be dead straight You’re an advert for arthritis You’re a thoroughbred gone lame Then you ask yourself the question Why the hell you
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Today’s Introbiz Networking Event in Cardiff Bay…

Update from Introbiz regarding today’s Business Networking Event in Cardiff Bay: There were great new business connections made today at this mornings #Introbiz networking breakfast event at the Novotel Hotel in Cardiff Bay, Cardiff. Congratulations to today’s sponsors, Lexus Cars Cardiff on a fabulous presentation by Dominic Attard. Thank you also to everyone who attended the breakfast networking event in Cardiff, making it such a memorable event. There was an amazing buzz in the room, with local entrepreneurs networking together and exchanging business cards. Huge thanks to Novotel Hotel for an outstanding breakfast and great hospitality. Please find some pictures
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Jack Grealish can do ‘so much better’ than Man Utd transfer and should aim for Barcelona or Juventus, says Agbonlahor

Jack Grealish can do ‘so much better’ than Man Utd transfer and should aim for Barcelona or Juventus, says Agbonlahor GABRIEL AGBONLAHOR has urged “world class” Jack Grealish to snub Manchester United – and aim his sights even higher. The £70million-rated Aston Villa star is top of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s summer transfer wish list as he looks to build a squad that can challenge for the Premier League title. Jack Grealish has been urged to snub Manchester United by Gabriel Agbonlahor But Villa legend Agbonlahor, 33, said: “I am not just saying this as I have played with him, but
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Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer sends his personal scout to watch Federico Chiesa

Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer sends his personal scout to watch Federico Chiesa Federico Chiesa is on Manchester United’s radar – Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is targeting a move for Fiorentina winger Federico Chiesa, according to reports. The 22-year-old has impressed this season with seven goals and five assists in 25 appearances for Fiorentina. Solskjaer is reportedly keen on strengthening his options on the right side of his attack and Chiesa would fit the profile of player the United manager is targeting. According to MailOnline, Solskjaer sent his personal scout Simon Wells to watch Chiesa in Fiorentina’s
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Six Nations 2020: George Kruis in line for final Twickenham appearance and England star eyes mega-money Japan deal

Six Nations 2020: George Kruis in line for final Twickenham appearance and England star eyes mega-money Japan deal GEORGE KRUIS could make his final Twickenham appearance next week — ahead of a likely move to Japan. The England second-row has a mega-money deal on the table. George Kruis could make his final Twickenham appearance next week ahead of a likely move to Japan And he is set to make a call on joining the Top League, boasting World Cup legends Dan Carter and Kieran Read, when the Six Nations ends. Quitting relegated Saracens for Asia would end Kruis’ Test career,
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Man Utd ‘to rebuild’ as Champions League absence proves costly…

Man Utd ‘rebuild’ as Champions League absence proves costly | Nasdaq Feb 25 (Reuters) – Manchester United MANU.N are in “rebuild” mode as the English soccer club chases a return to the European Champions League, Executive Vice-Chairman Ed Woodward said after financial results were dented by the team’s absence from this season’s tournament. Woodward has been backing United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to forge a team that mixes top talent from around the world with young players from its academy. “We are pushing for a strong finish in the Premier League, the Europa League and the FA Cup as we enter the final third
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Barcelona would have to pay more than £200m to sign Mohamed Salah or Sadio Mane from Liverpool due to ‘Coutinho clause’

Barcelona would have to pay more than £200m to sign Mohamed Salah or Sadio Mane from Liverpool due to ‘Coutinho clause’ Barcelona would have to pay Liverpool more than £200m to sign Mohamed Salah or Sadio Mane due to a ‘Coutinho clause’. The last time Liverpool did business with Barcelona was in January 2017 when Philippe Coutinho swapped Anfield for the Camp Nou in a £142m deal. It looks unlikely that Salah or Mane will join Barcelona Liverpool spent that money on Virgil van Dijk and Alisson who shored up their defence as Jurgen Klopp’s side won the Champions League
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