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Love Island’s Luke Trotman throws girlfriend Siannise Fudge the Disney-themed birthday of her dreams

Love Island’s Luke Trotman lays on Disney-themed birthday of dreams for girlfriend Siannise Fudge (Picture: Instagram)Love Island’s Luke Trotman won … Love Island’s Luke Trotman throws girlfriend Siannise Fudge the Disney-themed birthday of her dreams
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Latest News from BBC…

  £1bn school catch-up fund announced     The prime minister has pledged £1bn to help school children in Englandaffected by the coronavirus lockdown. Schools have been closed to nearly all pupils since before the Easter break – and it is thought unlikely that most will return until after the summer holidays. Boris Johnson says the funding will mean the most disadvantaged pupils can get access to tutors through a £350m scheme, while primary and secondary schools have been allocated £650m to pay for one-to-one or group tuition. Head teachers say the funds are welcome but have asked for more details.
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5 ways to sleep faster and easier

One of the most common problems among adults is not being able to sleep, so-called “Insomnia”. It’s not like the Coronavirus! There are very simple … 5 ways to sleep faster and easier
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10 Benefits of Drinking a Gallon of Water a Day…

Take a look at these 10 Benefits of Drinking a Gallon of Water a Day to see how this practice could improve your health. 1. More Energy Most people deal with a lack of energy on a regular basis. It strikes some people in the early afternoon while others notice that their energy levels drop in the hour before lunch. Others simply feel tired all of the time. This isn’t necessarily a problem caused by lack of sleep. It may be that these people are all at least mildly dehydrated. If they tried drinking a gallon of water every day,
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Morning Motivation – #MikeArmstrongQuotes

Morning all.. If you ever feel like Giving Up, with whatever it is, or you require some motivation, please feel free to call me. I’m available on: 07960872549 in the UK (0044) and am always happy to chat! Business News Coronavirus News Positive Coronavirus News and Sports News from Mike Armstrong – See https://mikearmstrong.me/news For Business Advice follow the link or visit one of our Blogs: Entrepreneur Zone | King of Marketing | The Voice of Social Media | Networking Grapevine | British Business News |
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A Coronavirus Poem to help inspire & motivate those in lockdown – #PositiveCoronavirusNews #KickCoronasAss

Coronavirus Poem – Kick Corona’s Ass…. So Coronavirus is here, it’s made us all Lockdown. Lots of us are unhappy, it’s even made us frown! But as the storm clouds linger, a new dawn is awaiting. A time for fun and laughter and no more self isolating. Let’s cheer on all the NHS and others on the front line. Lets clap and cheer on Thursday evenings and show them all a good time. When Entrepreneurs pull together they can get a lot achieved. Making Ventilators, Facemasks and lots of PPE. So now’s a time to stay positive, and don’t let
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Cancer survivor, 72, who beat coronavirus is met by cheers as he leaves hospital after two weeks on a ventilator

A LUNG cancer survivor who beat the coronavirus after spending two weeks on a ventilator received a round of applause upon leaving the hospital … Cancer survivor, 72, who beat coronavirus is met by cheers as he leaves hospital after two weeks on a ventilator
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Italian gran, 104, who survived Spanish flu pandemic becomes world’s oldest person to overcome coronavirus

A WOMAN of 104 has become the world’s oldest person to survive coronavirus. Italian Ada Zanusso is on the mend after fighting off the killer bug. … Italian gran, 104, who survived Spanish flu pandemic becomes world’s oldest person to overcome coronavirus
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Positive Coronavirus News #PositiveCoronavirusNews

Coronavirus: From clapping to kindness, five reasons to be hopeful: Image copyrightEPAImage captionClapping events have become a common way to salute healthcare workers fighting the pandemic As the number of coronavirus cases continue to rise worldwide, positivity is hard to come by. We are in the throes of a global health crisis that may last weeks, if not months.  And yet there are plenty of reasons to be cheerful. As the pandemic has deepened, the worst of the crisis has brought out the best out in humanity. 1. Healthcare workers are being applauded worldwide. Doctors, nurses and other healthcare workers
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Latest News on EU Funds In Wales

      FAQs on the impact of Coronavirus In response to the UK Government and Public Health Wales (PHW) advice on the coronavirus (COVID 19), please see guidance for project managers delivering EU-funded projects in these challenging times. Please keep checking the website for the latest information. News headlines Chwarae Teg secures £6m EU funds The funding will extend the organisation’s career development programme to 2023, supporting women in Wales to progress their careers, and assisting businesses to implement equality strategies and modern working practices.   Your views wanted on the future of Regional Investment in Wales The Welsh
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‘Very fit’ gran, 80, is first patient in UK to die ‘of coronavirus caught in hospital’ after going in for routine op

A FIT and healthy gran with no underlying health conditions is believed to be the first patient in the UK to die of coronavirus caught in hospital … ‘Very fit’ gran, 80, is first patient in UK to die ‘of coronavirus caught in hospital’ after going in for routine op
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Sports News / Rugby News – England v Italy in the Six Nations has been postponed…

England’s Six Nations games against Italy on 14 and 15 March have been postponed because of the coronavirus outbreak. The men’s, women’s and under-20s contests will be played at “a later date” say organisers.  “Six Nations fully intends to complete all 15 games in all three championships when time allows,” they added. Ireland’s Six Nations games at home to Italy on 7 and 8 March were postponed last week. Italy is the worst-hit European country with more than 3,000 cases. Six Nations officials made the decision to reschedule the fixture on Thursday after the Italian government ordered all sporting fixtures
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Battling coronavirus-misinformation in the age of social media…

Public health professionals trying to provide the nation with facts about the spread of coronavirus are battling a wave of misinformation, as they wrestle with the first major British health crisis of the smartphone era. Officials are providing regular updates to the media on the spread of the infection, but at the same time half-truths about the best way to treat the illness are already going viral on WhatsApp and other messaging services. Some are suggesting dubious herbal remedies, while one viral message – which claims to be advice from an uncle who is a Chinese doctor – mixes standard
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