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The UK government have announced there will be an 85% cut to its contribution to the United Nations Population Fund, a sexual and reproductive health agency which supports family planning, including pregnancy support and safe abortions. The United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) said the UK government’s expected contribution to its programme will fall from £154
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Savannah Brookbank knew her three and a half year relationship was coming to an end. The 25-year-old, who works in social media, said it was her ‘intuition’ that told her things between her and her “first love” weren’t quite right. But even when the pair finally made their split official, Savannah still felt completely floored
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Whether you’re looking to boost your savings, pay off your credit card quicker or just increase your disposable income so that you can enjoy post-lockdown life that little bit more, lots of people are looking to add to their income this spring. With many people still working from home, furloughed or flexi-furloughed, it’s likely that
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At around 8pm on Tuesday 20th April, a breaking news notification made my breath catch in my chest. After nine hours of deliberation, a Minnesota jury had come to a verdict on former police officer Derek Chauvin, who was filmed kneeling on George Floyd’s neck for over nine minutes last May. The clip shows Chauvin
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Amazon is just about… everywhere. You can’t shop for a book or gadget without seeing Amazon’s results come up on Google shopping pages, and now the online giant is after a slice of the in-person hair industry. As every hair salon that has survived the last three national lockdowns busies itself with clients and waiting
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We have a very love-hate relationship with dating apps. Whether we’re looking for love or a bit of fun, constantly swiping on Tinder and Hinge can be as fun as it is exhausting. That’s probably why, in the last couple of years, there been plenty of new dating app launches aiming to disrupt the mindless
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