Tag: Features
6 months ago
aljazeera.com

Seeking medical care, one family races anticipated US border restrictions

A father shares his story of trying to reach the US, ahead of a deal expected to crack down on asylum applications.

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7 months ago
inews.co.uk

Pub landlords outraged at Wetherspoons knighthood: ‘Brexit has hurt us'

Tim Martin was among the most vocal supporters of Brexit. But those in the industry say that leaving Europe has damag...

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7 months ago
inews.co.uk

Why I am so over Veganuary

Forgoing sausages for 31 days won't save the world, and it's why Veganuary has slowly fallen in popularity since 2019...

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7 months ago
independent.co.uk

Doctor Who’s Yasmin Finney: ‘As a trans teenage girl, I never saw myself represented anywhere on TV’

The new star of ‘Doctor Who’, who plays trans teenager Rose in the 60th anniversary specials, talks to Kate Solomon a...

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8 months ago
inews.co.uk

How to communicate with a loved one who has dementia

A leading provider of 'dementia-friendly' care homes shares with its tips with i on how best to look after a friend o...

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9 months ago
inews.co.uk

I’ve found a vegan cheese that isn’t disgusting - and it could save Britain's farmers

Most vegan cheeses are unappetising and rubbery - could peas be the answer, asks Josh Barrie

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10 months ago
independent.co.uk

Can’t get her out of my head: The enduring mystery of Kylie Minogue

As a child, Kate Solomon was turned towards crime by the ‘Padam Padam’ singer. Thirty years on, she asks, what do we ...

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11 months ago
inews.co.uk

The Waitrose £5 meal deal seeming like a bargain is a sign of how broken things are

The £9-for-a-cheese-sandwich economy has gotten so out of hand that coming away with change and some Quavers feels li...

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11 months ago
inews.co.uk

The realities of air pollution: the invisible killer that's set to worsen with climate change

A myriad of factors including heat and stagnant air can make summer ripe for polluted air and associated health probl...

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12 months ago
businessinsider.com

How one Indian American entrepreneur helped spark the Beanie Babies craze

When Lina Trivedi was in college, she joined Ty, Inc. and pitched ideas for a Beanie Babies website as well as accomp...

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12 months ago
inews.co.uk

Stop ordering burrata. Its popularity proves just how boring British diners are

We’re all so boring. Going to chains and ordering the same thing over and over again. The worst part of ourselves

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12 months ago
cityam.com

Are central banks to blame for the inflation crisis?

As we enter what may be the final leg of central banks’ interest rate rising journeys, it’s as good a time as ever to...

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12 months ago
cityam.com

Are wages or profits to blame for the inflation crisis? - CityAM

When accounting for inflation, salaries in the UK dropped close to three per cent. Across the OECD in the first quart...

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12 months ago
cityam.com

Recession risk just got a whole lot lower after inflation undershoot

Bank of England Governor Andrew Bailey would not have been the only person in the City last week breathing a sigh of ...

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about 1 year ago
cityam.com

In defence of landlords, by the Bank of England - CityAM

Interest rate rises are wreaking havoc in the mortgage market, yes. But it is the rental system that is ripe for a bi...

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about 1 year ago
inews.co.uk

Iron deficiency is a growing problem for girls and women - what can we do to stay healthy?

For decades, women with anaemia have been ignored, say experts

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about 1 year ago
cityam.com

The FTSE 100 has done us all dirty... again

Former Bank of England governor Mark Carney is often referred to as the “unreliable boyfriend”. That title's better s...

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about 1 year ago
inews.co.uk

The UK can wave goodbye to scallops, lobster and crab if Orkney leaves for Norway

It isn’t just the bounty of the sea either, it is also the island where the famous seaweed-eating sheep live

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about 1 year ago
inews.co.uk

Expensive, over-processed and flavourless: why we've fallen out of love with vegan products

After years of booming sales, vegan food products appear to be waning. Josh Barrie finds out more about our changing ...

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about 1 year ago
cityam.com

The Square Mile and Me with Michael Barrington-Hibbert

Each week we ask a City figure to take a trip down memory lane. Today, it's Michael Barrington-Hibbert,

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about 1 year ago
inews.co.uk

This is how much restaurants are really making from your meal

From burgers to bread, Josh Barrie asks restaurants how much they're really making during the cost of living crisis

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about 1 year ago
inews.co.uk

Riverford's Guy Singh-Watson: 'Think £22m makes you happier than £5m? You're a f**king idiot'

Veg box brand Riverford was founded by farmer Guy Singh-Watson, who has just sold his remaining stake in it to his em...

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about 1 year ago
inews.co.uk

The greasy joy of a late-night Greggs sausage roll

In these dark times, affordable places to find food at 2am in central London are very welcome

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about 1 year ago
inews.co.uk

Britain does not need new Jamie Oliver restaurants

Oliver is planning to launch a new chain of upmarket restaurants. Is it really what diners, strapped by the cost of l...

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about 1 year ago
inews.co.uk

It's not sad to see Prezzo go, the menu is dated and Britain expects more

Prezzo has been serving a dated menu to an increasingly discerning nation - one that has been charmed by cooking and ...

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over 1 year ago
independent.co.uk

‘I’m a female artist and I get defined by my male partners’: Ellie Goulding on misogyny, mental h...

The chart-topping singer has just released her new album, ‘Higher Than Heaven’. She talks to Kate Solomon about hitti...

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over 1 year ago
businessinsider.com

The 20 most diverse places to live in America are also the priciest

All of the top 20 most diverse places to live in America are located along the coasts, including cities like Sacramen...

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over 1 year ago
cityam.com

Credit Suisse and Silicon Valley Bank chaos are symptoms of fragile banking system

City folk around in 2007 must have been getting very twitchy over the last week. Some of the market moves were remini...

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over 1 year ago
inews.co.uk

Don't ditch your bacon sandwich just yet! The truth about nitrites and processed food

Headlines about the problems posed by nitrites in processed meats might be worrying you, but experts say that it does...

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over 1 year ago
cityam.com

Why does the Bank of England (secretly) want to sack you? To hose down the inflation fire

Whisper it very, very softly, but the Bank of England (secretly) is trying to force you out of the job. That’s right....

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over 1 year ago
cityam.com

What’s going on at Silicon Valley Bank and why is it shaking UK banking stocks?

Silicon Valley Bank (SVB) has built its reputation lending to some of the world’s most innovate start-ups and investo...

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over 1 year ago
cityam.com

Jeremy Hunt readies placeholder budget that will let a lot of people down

Jeremy Hunt is going to let a lot of people down at his budget next Wednesday. Businesses. Families. Even former Prim...

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over 1 year ago
cityam.com

Jeremy Hunt is at sharp end of economic consensus on childcare revolution

It’s rare for consensus to emerge in economics. Quibbles about the role of the state in society, the level of taxatio...

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over 1 year ago
inews.co.uk

Why we'll still be experiencing waves of Covid in five years

There is still much that is unknown about how the pandemic will develop but i asked leading experts to give us their ...

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over 1 year ago
cityam.com

End of Bank of England £800bn bond buying scheme poses headaches for Treasury and taxpayers

The magic money tree is shedding its leaves. Over a decade of cheap cash propping up the global economy has been topp...

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over 1 year ago
inews.co.uk

Dementia is more preventable than we think - stay active, eat well and get a hearing test

New research shows regular exercise through our middle years can help protect us from dementia in later life. And the...

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over 1 year ago
inews.co.uk

Why you shouldn't panic about phthalates, the chemical found in everyday plastics

Alarming reports have suggested phthalates in products from shampoos to food packaging can warp hormones and cause di...

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over 1 year ago
callumpaulscott.wordpress.com

Life As A London Cabbie – Tom The Taxi Driver

Tom Hutley has been driving a cab in London for a few years now, becoming a self employed driver as a stepping stone ...

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over 1 year ago
inews.co.uk

I tried Pret’s new £5 middle-class meal deal - it’s a sign of financially tight times

Pret a Manger is now selling a range of £2.99 sandwiches and a sandwich/crisps meal deal for £5 - as the cost of livi...

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