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Naked Cleaning Boss shows that she can do whatever she expects her staff to do 🇬🇧 💼 🧹

The boss of a naked cleaning company hit back at critics who said she wouldn’t do the job herself by polishing in her underwear for clients. The Boss started her business after quitting a £16.50-an-hour role because she realised her new business would make her more cash.  Nikki Belton, 33, will be stripping down from her office wear to lingerie to scrub the houses of five customers after trolls on social media claimed she wouldn’t do the job she was expecting others to take on.     The Naked Cleaning Company offers domestic cleaning services from lingerie, topless to fully naked cleaners
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Facebook’s Social Media Accounts we’re temporarily hacked 🖥💼🇺🇸

Facebook’s social media accounts were temporarily taken over by a group of hackers on Friday afternoon. The hacking group OurMine posted on the Twitter and Instagram accounts for Facebook and Messenger, writing “even Facebook is hackable”. The accounts have now been restored. OurMine claims its attacks are an attempt to show cyber vulnerabilities. In January it hijacked over a dozen accounts for teams in the US National Football League. The group posted a statement on Facebook’s Twitter account. “Hi, we are OurMine. Well, even Facebook is hackable but at least their security is better then Twitter.” It also hijacked the
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Port Talbot is Britain’s Property Hot Spot 🏠 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿

Portalbot Britain's Property Hot Spot... It may be best known for its giant smoking steelworks but Port Talbot proved to be Britain's property hot spot last year, figures show. The industrial town saw average house prices rise by 7.5% during 2019 - almost five times the national average. Cheap seafront houses and removing the Severn bridge tolls helped fuel the rise, according to estate agents. Four Welsh towns made the top 10 while Aberdeen, Witney in Oxfordshire, and Woking in Surrey saw the biggest falls. For 70 years the sprawling steelworks - among the largest in Europe - has dominated
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£46m rail road depot opens in Wigan 🚆 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿

  A “much needed” state-of-the-art railroad depot that cost £ 46 million was opened in Wigan. The existing freight train yard in Springs Branch, Ince was transformed by Network Rail to provide a huge base for the Northern trains to be stored overnight. It is hoped that this will help the ailing operator, who will go publicly in March, to manage its fleet more effectively and improve the reliability of its services. The depot, funded by the Department of Transportation (DfT), was created as part of the Great North Rail Project, an industry effort to improve train travel for customers
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50,000 trees to be planted in England to help fight climate change 🌲 ☀️

More than 50,000 trees are to be planted in urban areas of England as 13 projects have been given the go ahead. The government’s Urban Tree Challenge Fund will see each scheme receive a share from a £10m pot. Recipients include projects in Cornwall, London, Manchester and the north-east of England. Environment Secretary Theresa Villiers said the trees would help fight climate change and connect urban-dwellers with nature. The announcement comes days after Ms Villiers was tackled by critics who said many more news trees were needed than those proposed .
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Atlanta Challenge Cup Tennis Tournament Event 🎾 🏆 🇺🇸

THE ATLANTA CHALLENGE CUP 2020 Introbiz will be working closely with Premier Live and Alfi going forward and we can’t think of a better way to celebrate than by bringing you this exclusive event. The Atlanta Challenge features world-renowned tennis players, Rafael Nadal and Grigor Dimitrov and is held on Monday, 2nd March 2020 at the Infinite Energy Arena in Atlanta. To find out more or to book in to this event, you can get in touch with Paul Smolinski at paul@introbiz.co.uk or call 07920 772707.
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Welsh Health Hack 2020 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿

The Welsh Health Hack returned for the fourth time this January, in Anglesey north Wales. The event, hosted by event partners M-SParc, was attended by over 100 people across industry, academia and the NHS. What is the Welsh Health Hack? This revolutionary marathon style event encourages colleagues (challengers) across health and social care to present key challenges they are facing within their organisation or across their region. Industry experts and academics are invited along to help work up solutions to those challenges, in a safe, supportive and creative environment. How the hack works Our challengers present their challenges to the wider
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Get many benefits at Revs de Cuba in Cardiff with their Amigos card 🇨🇺 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿 🍹

ENJOY EXTENDED HAPPY HOUR AT REVS DE CUBA February 2020 Revs de Cuba have launched their Amigos cards where all cardholders can enjoy extended Happy Hour – what more can you ask?! Not only this, but the Amigos card allows you to enjoy pints for only £3.50, three tapas dishes for only £10 and one free coffee a day! To claim your complimentary Amigos cards, all you need to do is head down to Revs de Cuba where the team will be more than happy to help. You can even take advantage of a lunch on the house. To find
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Visit the Marketing Wales Website 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿 🖥

Marketing Wales is a Welsh Marketing Agency providing Web Marketing Wales Services that include Marketing Consultancy, Marketing Training & Marketing Services, especially Digital Marketing Consultancy, Digital Marketing Training & Digital Marketing Services. The Marketing Wales Website and Wales Blogs is run by Sales & Marketing & Business Growth Consultant Mike Armstrong and his Sales & Marketing Consultancy Business MA Consultancy, part of the MA Group of Businesses. The Marketing Wales website also manages the WelshBiz Blog – an award winning welsh business news blog, with connected WelshBiz and other geographical and niche Social Media Accounts. For more; about UK Entrepreneur
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Best UK Business Blogs 🇬🇧 💼 📔

https://blog.feedspot.com/uk_business_blogs/     Best UK Business Blogs And Websites To Follow In 2020 and Beyond… The best UK Business Blogs List containing the top 5 UK Business Blogs, the top 10 UK Business Blogs, the top 15 UK Business Blogs, the top 20 UK Business Blogs & the top 25 UK Business Blogs. The Best UK Business Blogs list includes the Best UK Business Blogs from thousands of UK Business blogs in the feed spot index which is compiled using search and social metrics. Feed Spot carefully selected these websites because they are actively working to educate, inspire, and empower
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Google Maps Logo get 15th Birthday rework! 🎂 🎉

[Click here to view the video in this article] Left: New Logo | Right: Old Logo Google Maps is getting a design overhaul in celebration of its 15th birthday. The app icon is getting a new look that resembles a pin. Previously, the logo took on the form of a map. According to Google’s blog post, the redesign will put greater emphasis on discovery and recommendations along with three new tabs at the bottom of the screen that read ‘Saved’, ‘Contribute’ and ‘Updates’. The ‘Saved’ button includes bookmarks of places you have gone to or wish to visit. The ‘Contribute’
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USW School Of Law partner with Capital Law 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿 🎓

The University of South Wales’ (USW) School of Law has partnered with leading Welsh law firm, Capital Law, to develop its Legal Advice Clinic’s pro bono initiative. The new scheme will see junior lawyers from Capital Law collaborate with Student Clinic Volunteers, to provide pro bono legal advice to the community. The School of Law set up the Clinic to increase its students’ opportunities for legal pro bono work. The Clinic is a free community-based face-to-face advice service staffed by trained Student Clinic Volunteers, who work under the supervision of practising solicitors and barristers. Managed remotely from Capital Law’s offices
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Storm Ciara to severely disrupt Train Services in Wales, this weekend ⛈ 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿

Train services face being severely disrupted over the weekend as rain and gales hit Wales.  Storm Ciara will bring gusts of up to 75mph (121k/ph) on Saturday – with rain and gales on Sunday as Storm Ciara hits. The Met Office has extended its yellow warning for wind on Saturday to cover most counties in north Wales and parts of Ceredigion and Powys. Many of Sunday’s train services have already been cancelled.
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Business Output in Wales fell in December 2019 💼 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿

According to the latest NatWest Wales PMI® data, private sector firms indicated a renewed fall in output during December. The decrease in activity was linked to a further drop in client demand, with firms reducing their workforce numbers for the sixth month running. Nonetheless, the outlook for output over the coming year improved, as optimism improved to the strongest since July. On the price front, the rate of output charge inflation softened to a marginal pace, despite a marked rise in cost burdens. The headline Wales Business Activity Index – a seasonally adjusted index that measures the combined output of
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Phillip Schofield Bravely “comes out” on This Morning 🏳️‍🌈 📺

TV presenter Phillip Schofield has revealed he is gay, after 27 years of marriage to his wife Stephanie Lowe. The 57-year-old made the announcement via a statement posted on his Instagram story. “Today, quite rightly, being gay is a reason to celebrate and be proud,” he wrote. “Yes, I am feeling pain and confusion, but that comes only from the hurt that I am causing to my family.” Schofield presents ITV programmes including Dancing On Ice and This Morning, which won a National Television Award last week.
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Energy Bills to drop for Millions this April 💰 💡

Energy bills are to fall for millions of British households this April after the regulator lowered price caps. Ofgem has reduced the default price cap and pre-payment meter cap by £17, which the regulator said would lower bills for about 15 million households. The cap was introduced to protect customers on poor value default or standard variable tariffs. Ofgem chief executive Jonathan Brearley said households could get even lower bills by switching suppliers. The default price cap, which protects about 11 million households, is set to fall from £1,179 to £1,162 for the April-September period.
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Nearly £1m awarded to new riverside venue in Newtown 🏗 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿

ALMOST £1 million has been awarded to develop a new riverside venue in Newtown, the Welsh Government’s Deputy Minister for Housing and Local Government Hannah Blythyn has announced. The £1.5 million project – to build an iconic, two-story building on the site of the former Radio Maldwyn studio in Newtown’s main car park – will be funded through the Welsh Government’s Transforming Towns Fund and the National Lottery’s Community Fund in Wales. Ms Blythyn said: “The Welsh Government wants to Transform Towns across Wales, making them fit for the 21st century. I’m really pleased the Welsh Government is supporting this
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Ireland v Wales game biggest test of Pivac’s coaching career 🏉 🇮🇪 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿

Wales coach Wayne Pivac says the Six Nations trip to Ireland will prove the biggest test he has faced so far as a coach. Wayne is preparing for his first Wales Test away from Cardiff following the comfortable 42-0 Six Nations win over Italy on the opening weekend of the Six Nations, and an uncapped victory against the Barbarians in November 2019. Wales have not defeated Ireland in the Six Nations in Dublin since 2012. When asked whether this was the biggest test of his coaching career, Pivac replied: “Yes definitely.“ The former Fiji and Scarlets boss added: “It will
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Liam Williams is to miss the next two Wales games in the Six Nations Tournament 🏉 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿

Full Back Liam Williams is out of Wales’ next two Six Nations matches against Ireland and France but could face England, says defence coach Byron Hayward. The Scarlets-bound back has not played since Wales beat France in the World Cup quarter final last October. “It’s probably a bit too early for Liam, we’re looking at the fourth and fifth game,” said Hayward. Hooker Elliot Dee, scrum-half Gareth Davies and centre Owen Watkin are fit after missing out on Saturdays comfortable 42-0 win over Italy.
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