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Shropshire couple import US school bus to turn it into new home after mortgage struggles

An iconic 12-year-old American yellow school bus is getting a new lease of life in Shropshire after being transported to this country to be turned into a home for a young couple. Luther Griffiths, a 28-year-old plumber, and partner Abbie Lewis, a 26-year-old self-employed tattoo artist, were struggling – like many young people – to get a mortgage.

shropshirestar.com ,  8 minutes ago 0
Shropshire couple import US school bus to turn it into new home after mortgage struggles

‘One woman took out 13 of her own teeth’: the terrifying truth about Britain’s dental crisis

In England, only a third of adults – and half of children – now have access to an NHS dentist. As those in pain turn to charity-run clinics for help, can anything stop the rot? It is over an hour before the emergency dental clinic is due to open, but Jodie Manning is taking no chances.

theguardian.com ,  9 minutes ago 0
‘One woman took out 13 of her own teeth’: the terrifying truth about Britain’s dental crisis

Wetherspoon blasts 'unacceptable' Metro delays as Square Peg blitzed again

As the corner of The Square Peg is surrounded by roadworks again, Britain's most famous pub chain says the situation is "extremely frustrating" and "unacceptable" Find things to do National pub chain JD Wetherspoon has said the "extremely frustrating" delays to getting the city's transport system moving again have become "unacceptable" after the entrance to its biggest pub in the city was surrounded by another set of roadworks for the second time in less than a year.

birminghammail.co.uk ,  40 minutes ago 0
Wetherspoon blasts 'unacceptable' Metro delays as Square Peg blitzed again

60. Lough Erne Investments

Lough Erne Investments is the parent company of Ready Egg Products. Ready Eggs has diversified and invested in facilities producing a range of egg products including liquid egg, hard boiled, scrambled and others with facilities in Northern Ireland and Britain. MD: Charles Crawford Pre-tax profit: £7.4m

belfasttelegraph.co.uk ,  1 hour ago 0
60. Lough Erne Investments

One in three women ‘taking a break from exercise’

Campaigners have launched an initiative to help women get active again after time off One in three women in Britain are currently taking a break from exercise, with low confidence preventing them from restarting, research suggests. A poll of more than 2,000 women for the exercise tracking app Strava and the This Girl Can health campaign found many had stopped exercising, with breaks lasting anywhere from one month to several years.

cornwalllive.com ,  1 hour ago 1
One in three women ‘taking a break from exercise’

Emma Raducanu joins Brits in second round as French Open enters third day

Britain’s US Open champion was a set and a break down against 17-year-old qualifier Linda Novoska on Monday but battled back to win in three. Emma Raducanu survived a major scare on a dramatic second day at the French Open. Britain’s US Open champion was a set and a break down against 17-year-old qualifier Linda Novoska but battled back to win in three.

independent.co.uk ,  1 hour ago 0
Emma Raducanu joins Brits in second round as French Open enters third day

Sue Gray: The 'straight-shooting' investigator behind partygate report

The well-respected senior civil servant - and inquisitor-in-chief of the partygate scandal - has proved in the past that she is no pushover Sue Gray, the woman charged with investigating partygate, is expected to deliver her long-awaited report this week. The civil servant has been freed to publish the findings of her investigation into the Downing Street parties after the Met Police completed its investigation into breaches of Covid restrictions.

telegraph.co.uk ,  2 hours ago 0
Sue Gray: The 'straight-shooting' investigator behind partygate report

Canada ranks second for Hong Kong students going abroad

Beijing [China], May 24 (ANI): Canada became the second most popular destination after Britain for Hong Kong students going overseas for higher education. Britain tops the list of popular choices, followed by Australia, the United States and Canada in that order.

thelondonnews.net ,  2 hours ago 0
Canada ranks second for Hong Kong students going abroad

UK to be hit by huge European storms as forecasters predict 'washout week'

A Europe-wide wave of stormy weather will hit the UK in the days ahead, forecasters have warned, with 'unsettled' and showery conditions to last until at least the weekend Britain will be lashed by a continental storm this week as forecasters predict an 'unsettled week' to round off the end of spring.

dailystar.co.uk ,  3 hours ago 29
UK to be hit by huge European storms as forecasters predict 'washout week'

Police prepare for summer of chaos amid fears of civil unrest as 'frustration grows' over cost-of-living crisis

Police forces across Britain are gearing up to tackle increasing civil unrest A police source told The Times forces aim to share officers for 'mutual aid' It comes as Martin Lewis told ITV that families in Britain are slipping into poverty Supermarket bosses have warned the cost of living crisis has already sparked a boom in 'first time' shoplifters

dailymail.co.uk ,  4 hours ago 0
Police prepare for summer of chaos amid fears of civil unrest as 'frustration grows' over cost-of-living crisis

British warships could be sent in to protect freighters carrying crucial Ukrainian grain and break Putin's blockade of Black Sea ports that is threatening to cause a world food crisis

Britain, NATO and other nations could create a 'protective' corridor to Odesa It would allow Ukraine to export large amounts of grain needed worldwide Denmark meanwhile announced it will send US-made missiles to Ukraine The Boeing Harpoon missiles could help Ukraine to deliver long-distance strikes The Russian war in Ukraine has exacerbated a global food crisis

dailymail.co.uk ,  5 hours ago 29
British warships could be sent in to protect freighters carrying crucial Ukrainian grain and break Putin's blockade of Black Sea ports that is threatening to cause a world food crisis

'The Brits are back' Tory MP claims UK leads Europe in response to Russia thanks to Brexit

A TOP Tory MP has claimed the UK leads Europe in response to Russia's "barbaric and illegal" invasion of Ukraine because of Britain's departure from the European Union. Following Russia's so-called “special military operation” in Ukraine, Brexit Britain has been heaped with praise for the support it has offered to Kyiv.

express.co.uk ,  5 hours ago 4
'The Brits are back' Tory MP claims UK leads Europe in response to Russia thanks to Brexit

Drivers plead for UK 'van plan' to make millions of Britons move to electric vehicles

DRIVERS need more help to switch to electric vehicles, particularly van drivers, as more than half fear running out of battery on the road. This article contains affiliate links, we may receive a commission on any sales we generate from it. Learn more New research from the Society of Motor Manufacturers has found that 57 percent of van owners are anxious about going electric over fears they won’t be able to find a charging point when they need it.

express.co.uk ,  6 hours ago 7
Drivers plead for UK 'van plan' to make millions of Britons move to electric vehicles

Experts warn monkeypox could become ‘permanent’ in Europe if it spreads to PETS

EXPERTS have warned monkeypox could become permanent in Europe if pets start catching it too. A total of 57 cases have been confirmed in Britain so far, with all but one of them in England. The rare virus has also spread across 20 countries in Europe, with Brits already warned to be "alert" when they hit holiday hotspots this year.

thesun.co.uk ,  6 hours ago 10
Experts warn monkeypox could become ‘permanent’ in Europe if it spreads to PETS

Dominic Raab shamed over fall of Kabul in damning report

Britain’s evacuation mission in Afghanistan was a ‘disaster’ which could have been avoided if Dominic Raab had shown an interest, MPs have said. The then-foreign secretary tried to shift the blame and his top civil servant should resign for trying to cover up the chaos, the foreign affairs committee concluded.

metro.co.uk ,  7 hours ago 0
Dominic Raab shamed over fall of Kabul in damning report

Brexit: Which country could be next? 5 nations predicted to put two fingers up to EU

WHEN BRITAIN voted to leave the European Union (EU) in 2016, it was expected other countries would follow soon after. Although this is yet to happen, tensions have been bubbling over the years and five countries, in particular, are bookmakers' favourites to leave next.

express.co.uk ,  7 hours ago 2
Brexit: Which country could be next? 5 nations predicted to put two fingers up to EU

RICHARD LITTLEJOHN: The run-up to the Platinum Jubilee has given council jobsworths an excuse to go into red tape overdrive... Ignore the killjoys - let's have a right royal knees-up!

Within about five minutes of the first lockdown coming into force, councils all over Britain started closing roads with gay abandon and without warning. Anti-car fanatics hijacked the Covid crisis to further their own 'green' agenda. Residents woke up to find their streets had been turned into no-go areas overnight.

dailymail.co.uk ,  8 hours ago 11
RICHARD LITTLEJOHN: The run-up to the Platinum Jubilee has given council jobsworths an excuse to go into red tape overdrive... Ignore the killjoys - let's have a right royal knees-up!

One Sweet Six: The engine that made Jaguar

Human nature is such that even in the darkest of hours, people can still imagine a sunnier future. Thus was it in the depths of World War II, as Luftwaffe bombs rained down on a burning Coventry in Britain’s industrial heartland, that a group of engineers standing fire watch with helmets and sand buckets began to plan one of the greatest sports car engines ever to burn gasoline.

msn.com ,  9 hours ago 0
One Sweet Six: The engine that made Jaguar