Who’s playing who in the FA Cup Quarter Finals? Posted On 22 February 2019

The FA Cup quarter final draw took place on Monday night. Here’s a brief guide to the final eight teams playing for the most celebrated cup in English football! Manchester City The Premier League champions beat League Two, Newport County 4-1 to qualify. They’re still playing to win both the Premier League and Champion’s League, …

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‘Saharan Plume’ to bring record temperatures Posted On 20 February 2019

Towards the end of this week and through into the weekend, the UK could experience the hottest February day since records began!   Temperatures on Saturday have been predicted to hit the high teens or even 20C, which would break the current record of 19.7C set in 1988. The usual maximum temperature in February is …

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39th annual Brit Awards Posted On 18 February 2019

‘The Greatest Showman’ to open 39th annual Brit awards This year’s Brits, held on 20th February at the 02 Arena in London, will kick off in show-stopping style when Hugh Jackman takes to the stage and gives an exclusive sneak peek of what to expect from his upcoming world tour, ‘The man, the music, the …

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England and Wales Gear up for Six Nations Showdown Posted On 15 February 2019

The third round of Six Nations fixtures sees Wales and England come face-to-face at the Principality Stadium, with England coming off the back of two highly impressive wins England Head Coach Eddie Jones recalled 25 players for a three-day training camp in London ahead of their potential Guinness Six Nations title decider on Saturday 23rd …

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London retail landmark Liberty explores £300m sale Posted On 13 February 2019

The famous London department store, Liberty, is poised to change hands for the first time in nearly a decade after its largest shareholders hired banks to explore a potential sale Sky News reported that BlueGem Capital Partners, a private equity firm, has asked USB to sound out prospective bidders for the business. It is believed …

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91st Academy Awards Posted On 11 February 2019

Here’s a quick look at everything you need to know about the 91’st Academy Awards, commonly known as the Oscars Held on the 24th of February at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood, this year’s ceremony is predicted to be the best yet. However, who will be presenting the awards is currently unclear, after confirmed host …

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Steak and Guinness Pie Posted On 08 February 2019

With St Patrick’s Day not too far away on Sunday 17th March, what better way to celebrate the national holiday than creating a traditional dish with one of Ireland’s biggest exports? Many pints of Guinness will be drunk over St. Paddy’s weekend; however, adding it to a steak pie is a great, family-friendly alternative   …

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Small changes make a big difference Posted On 06 February 2019

With climate change becoming more of an urgent global problem and little seeming to be done to slow this down, is there anything we, as individuals can do to help? The answer is yes; little changes can have a huge impact   It’s no secret that by law, all major retailers and food outlets have …

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Castles and Museums in the UK Posted On 04 February 2019

England and Wales are both famous for their castles and, wherever you are in the country, there is a beautiful castle or fascinating museum not far around the corner   Castles and museums make for interesting and historical days out, and are a great, interactive way to get children to learn about history. After all, …

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2019 Six Nations Championship Posted On 01 February 2019

To celebrate one of the biggest months on the rugby union calendar, we take a look at the history of the Six Nations, previous winners and what to expect from this year’s championship The 2019 Six Nations Championship is the 20th series of the Six Nations Championship, the annual northern hemisphere rugby union championship and …

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UK weather: Britain’s runways close and commuters warned of delays Posted On 30 January 2019

Some of Britain’s airports were forced to close their runways on Wednesday morning due to snow as parts of the country were disrupted by wintry weather   The Met Office has warned that Britain faces “very significant snowfall” this week, with some parts of the country expected to reach as low as -10 degrees Celsius. …

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Save money on your household bills Posted On 28 January 2019

There is a vast array of household bills involved with the property you’re living in and, with the right knowledge, you can cut back on the costs more than you thought For many, living a ‘greener’ lifestyle goes hand-in-hand with living a more cost-effective one too. ‘Green living’ is essentially the bringing into balance the …

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Burns Night 2019: What is the Scottish celebration? Posted On 25 January 2019

People all over Scotland will tonight (Friday 25th January) be celebrating Burns Night with a traditional Burns Supper Consisting of haggis and whisky, the Burns Supper sees family and friends come together to celebrate the life and work of Scotland’s national poet, Robert Burns, whose works include ‘Auld Lang Syne’. After Robert Burns’ death in …

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Emotional night for Ant and Dec at the NTA’s Posted On 23 January 2019

It has been another award-winning year for Ant and Dec, who were named as best presenters for the 18th time in a row at the National Television Awards last night The award came as a surprise for the Geordie duo, following Ant’s drink-drive conviction and subsequent absence on TV screens. Ant and Dec were not …

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Judd Trump beats Ronnie O’Sullivan to win first Masters title Posted On 21 January 2019

Alexandra Palace saw Judd Trump win his first ever Masters title, beating ‘The Rocket’ in a 10-4 record-breaking defeat Judd Trump displayed a super performance to thrash seven-time champion Ronnie O’Sullivan. The final was expected to be a closely fought battle, with two of the most attacking and talented players in the sport. But Trump …

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Spice up your Valentine’s Day Posted On 18 January 2019

Featuring fresh scallops, prawns and hot chilli, this speedy starter for two is the perfect luxurious treat for you and your Valentine Seared garlic seafood with spicy harissa bisque MAKES 2 | 15 MINS PREP & COOK Calories per portion: 457kcal 400g can lobster bisque 1 tbsp harissa zest and juice ½ lime 2 tbsp …

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Super Bowl LIII – 2019 Posted On 16 January 2019

Super Bowl LIII, the 53rd Super Bowl and the 49th modern-era National Football League championship game, will decide the league champion for the 2018 NFL season. The game is scheduled to be played on February 3, 2019, at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, Georgia 32 teams compete in the NFL Play-Offs across two divisions: The National …

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Sir Andy Murray: One of Britain’s Greatest Sportsman Posted On 14 January 2019

After emotionally announcing his plans to retire from tennis last week, three-time Grand Slam winner, Andy Murray, has been flooded with praise from across the world of sport The 31-year-old Briton played only 12 matches last year and returned to the Brisbane International last week, where he won his opening match but lost in the …

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