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God’s Gift of Tremendous Power by Ann Shakespeare

God’s Gift of Tremendous Power by Ann Shakespeare

This new Christian lifestyle guide reveals how the latest understanding of quantum physics not only supports Biblical teachings but can also help readers find a deeper connection with God By Timothy Arden Ann Shakespeare Religious faith does not seek or expect corroboration from science. Indeed, the traditional view is that the spheres of science and […]

Cast of People Just Do Nothing front new campaign aimed at safeguarding young Brits from fraud

Cast of People Just Do Nothing front new campaign aimed at safeguarding young Brits from fraud

The cast of People Just Do Nothing are set to front a new campaign aimed at safeguarding young Brits from fraud after research found they are the most at-risk group. Data shows that 47 per cent of payment scams in the last year were among Under 30s, with social media emerging as a primary reason […]

Joan Collins is urging Brits to end unsatisfactory relationships

Joan Collins is urging Brits to end unsatisfactory relationships

Film goddess and serial bride Dame Joan Collins is back on screen – urging Brits to ditch their mobile network. The glamorous movie star, 86, is known for her colourful love life having tied the knot five times. She’s now sharing her experiences at ending unsatisfactory relationships in an attempt to help people move to […]

The average homeowner has potentially more than £1,200 of uninsured goods in sheds and garden spaces

The average homeowner has potentially more than £1,200 of uninsured goods in sheds and garden spaces

The average homeowner has potentially more than £1,200 of uninsured goods in sheds and garden spaces. Standard buildings and contents insurance policies usually include a certain amount of cover for items kept in the garden or shed. However, two-thirds of Brits have never listed a key ‘outside’ item of value on their home insurance policy […]

Is this the coolest ride in London?

Is this the coolest ride in London?

The ‘Cool Cab’ is a freezer on wheels – a refrigerated Hackney Carriage, which has been in operation through the recent heatwave to help sweltering commuters escape the heat. It has a number of features designed to keep passengers cool, including an interior cooled by dry ice, a freezer stocked with ice lollies and a […]

Taylor Swift and Rita Ora to Headline Amazon’s “unmissable” Prime Day gigs in New York and London

Taylor Swift and Rita Ora to Headline Amazon’s “unmissable” Prime Day gigs in New York and London

Amazon has announced a parade of world-class entertainment events for Prime members across the world in the lead-up to its biggest ever Prime Day sale, with pop sensations Taylor Swift and Rita Ora headlining gigs in New York and London. Fresh from her first ever headline arena tour, UK pop sensation, Rita Ora will kick […]

“It’s Coming Home” waistcoat stitched for Phil Neville

“It’s Coming Home” waistcoat stitched for Phil Neville

Huawei unveil the waistcoat revamped for the Women’s World Cup Head Coach Huawei has brought back the infamous “It’s Coming Home” waistcoat made famous by men’s team coach, Gareth Southgate last summer. This year however, it has been revamped, reserved for England Women’s Head Coach, who also has a penchant for style, Phil Neville, to […]

Former Emmerdale actor, and budding restaurateur, Adam Thomas, discovers new fan – and it’s hilarious

Former Emmerdale actor, and budding restaurateur, Adam Thomas, discovers new fan – and it’s hilarious

Thomas who starred as Adam Barton on the hit ITV show Emmerdale was stunned to find out that Amazon voice assistant Alexa was a soap fan – but he didn’t expect to hear this. Thomas is seen asking the all-new Echo Show 5, on sale now, a series of probing questions – delighted that “she […]

This Week’s Must Read: The Paper Bark Tree Mystery by Ovidia Yu

This Week’s Must Read: The Paper Bark Tree Mystery by Ovidia Yu

Great things come in trees: Ovidia Yu’s feted crime trilogy concludes this week with the eagerly-awaited publication of The Paper Bark Tree Mystery. But, writes Lucy Bryson, Yu’s final instalment isn’t quite as good – it’s “utterly divine”. Lucy Bryson Last year, I described Ovidia Yu’s three-book crime series, The Crown Colony Mysteries, as wonderful […]

Brits tuck into eight meals a week from around the world

Brits tuck into eight meals a week from around the world

Brits tuck into eight meals a week from around the world, research has found. A study of 2,000 adults found the average Brit is on a journey of culinary discovery, eating around one meal every day with roots originated across the globe. And over the course of the average week, Brits will sample dishes from […]