You pick five main numbers from 1 to 47, and one ‘Life Ball’ from 1 to 10, for the chance to win fixed prizes – with everything from the top prize of £10,000 a month for 30 years*, to the 2nd prize of £10,000 a month for one year* if you get all the main numbers and not the ‘Life Ball’, to £5 for matching just two main numbers. … [Read more...] about National Lottery Set For Life results: Winning numbers for Monday February 24 £10,000 a month for 30 years jackpot
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[Interjection] I am grateful to the Prime Minister and he is right he has won a mandate to get Brexit done but what he has not earned is the right to shoe horn into this legislation measures that are a direct attack one some of the most vulnerable children in the world. If he thinks that people - in towns like mine – who believe that we deliver Brexit- will want to see us turn our back on decency and tolerance, he is wrong. Will he take these measures about child refugees out of this bill? … [Read more...] about Britain is FINALLY on course to leave the EU on January 31 after MPs vote by 358 to 234 for Boris Johnson’s divorce deal – but the PM faces furious backlash for removing protections for refugee children and workers’ rights
Cheltenham Festival stat of the day, by Paul Ferguson Since the ratings ceiling for the Northern Trust Company Novice Handicap Chase (formerly the Close Brothers) increased to 145 a couple of years ago, only one of the 10 horses to finish in the first five raced from a mark below 141 – the 2018 winner, Mister Whitaker. This suggests that the race is becoming more compressed and it is probably best to focus on the top end of the handicap. Of last year’s 20-strong field, nine were rated 140 or lower. … [Read more...] about Could Rachael Blackmore scoop the Cheltenham top jockey award?
"The decision made by the CPS leaves us feeling confused and perplexed as to how some can callously lie about my son's death, inflicting more pain and anxiety on us for the last eight months, and it is the suspect's human rights that prevail... whilst prosecution over my son's death is deemed as not being in the public interest." … [Read more...] about Police and CPS accused of racism after Christopher Kapessa’s death
Peter John Kay was born in 1973 in the Bolton suburb of Farnworth to a factory worker father and an Irish housewife mother. He left school with a single GCSE in art . In his late teens and early 20s, he had a succession of McJobs – in a toilet roll factory, a Netto supermarket, a video shop, a garage, a bingo hall, as a mobile DJ and a cinema usher – which would provide material and inspire episodes of 1999’s That Peter Kay Thing. “I never settled because I wasn’t meant to pack toilet rolls or stack shelves,” Kay says. “I was destined to make people laugh.” … [Read more...] about Peter Kay: comedy grafter gets back in the driving seat