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25 Times James Blunt Well and Truly Won Twitter – Music Plus Sport

As much as we love James Blunt’s music, we might just love his comebacks on Twitter a little more! From serving up harsh truths, being outright brutal in response to his fans, and generally just being the funniest bloke we’ve seen on Twitter, James Blunt’s account has got it all. Blunt by name, Blunt by nature. Here’s our 25 favourite tweets from the wittiest musician we know: — Read on www.musicplussport.com/25-times-james-blunt-won-twitter/
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Katie Price’s daughter Princess jokes her mum is ‘pure chav’ as she checks out her colourful nails

KATIE Price’s daughter Princess called her mum “pure chav” in a jokey new YouTube video. The 13-year-old was inspecting Pricey’s new nails, which had… Katie Price’s daughter Princess jokes her mum is ‘pure chav’ as she checks out her colourful nails
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Love Island’s Belle Hassan opens up about ‘long, hard battle’ with mental health: ‘I needed a break’

Love Island star Belle Hassan has opened up on her battle with mental health (Picture: Instagram/ITV)Love Island star Belle Hassan has opened up … Love Island’s Belle Hassan opens up about ‘long, hard battle’ with mental health: ‘I needed a break’
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#Networker2018 #MikeArmstrong chatting with John Donnelly from Your Holistic Academy on his Podcast #YourHolisticAcademy

Listen to the most recent episode of my podcast: #Networker2018 #MikeArmstrong having a follow up chat with John Donnelly from Your Holistic Academy😎 https://anchor.fm/mike-armstrong9/episodes/Networker2018-MikeArmstrong-having-a-follow-up-chat-with-John-Donnelly-from-Your-Holistic-Academy-ef94c5
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New Lockdown Rules!

New lockdown rules explained: what you can and can’t do https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/new-lockdown-rules-explained-what-you-can-and-cant-do-80dctrbm6
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Another Coronavirus Poem – The Upside of Coronavirus!

After weeks in total Lockdown, we’ve had plenty of time to reflect… On all our real values, and what we can affect. Lots of things in life are outside of our control! But staying connected with loved ones, has to be our goal. When the going gets tough, the tough get going, we need to thank our front line staff, by ways that keep on showing. We can get through any crisis when we stand strong together, It not just now that we’ve proved that, it’s been like that forever! So use this time to reconnect with all the people
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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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Britain’s Got Talent 2020 preview: Amanda Holden left sobbing over choir Sign With Us and you will be too

Amanda Holden reduced tears over sign language choir and, honestly, same (Picture: Rex)Amanda Holden is left sobbing by a choir who coming singing … Britain’s Got Talent 2020 preview: Amanda Holden left sobbing over choir Sign With Us and you will be too
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‘I’m very sorry’: the Mercedes driver filmed taking all the rubber gloves from the petrol pump apologizes for being ‘selfish and irresponsible’

A filmed Mercedes driver taking all the rubber gloves from a petrol pump in Salford apologized for his “selfish and irresponsible actions” by saying … ‘I’m very sorry’: the Mercedes driver filmed taking all the rubber gloves from the petrol pump apologizes for being ‘selfish and irresponsible’
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Contactless card limit to rise to £45 from £30 next week after limits on cash shopping to help stop coronavirus

THE limit for in-store contactless payments is rising to £45, from £30, next week. This is to try and help people to limit physical contact to fight … Contactless card limit to rise to £45 from £30 next week after limits on cash shopping to help stop coronavirus
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UK Government Advice for Employees

Guidance COVID-19: guidance for employees  Updated 20 March 2020 Contents Staying at home Sick pay Furloughed workers Claiming benefits Staying at home If you have symptoms of coronavirus infection (COVID-19), however mild, stay at home and do not leave your house for 7 days from when your symptoms started. If you live with others and you are the first in the household to have symptoms of coronavirus, then you must stay at home for 7 days, but all other household members who remain well must stay at home and not leave the house for 14 days. The 14-day period starts
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Coronavirus | Covid-19 – Your Questions Answered…

BBC News News Navigation Sections World Media player Close player Close player Close player Coronavirus: 30 of your questions answered Play video ‘I’m feeling ill, do I have coronavirus?’ from BBCVIDEO ‘I’m feeling ill, do I have coronavirus?’BBC1:1518 March 2020 00:0018 March 2020 00:00 Contact us with your questions here Related Video and Audio VIDEO 1 MINUTE 3 SECONDSVIDEO 1 MINUTE 3 SECONDS1:03 Play video Coronavirus explained in 60 seconds from BBCCoronavirus explained in 60 seconds BBC Play video Coronavirus explained in 60 seconds from BBC VIDEO 1 MINUTE 30 SECONDSVIDEO 1 MINUTE 30 SECONDS1:30 Play video Coronavirus: How to
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