PIERS Morgan has joked his great skin is due to "clean living" and "genetics" as Lorraine Kelly teased him of undergoing secret surgery while on his recent break to Los Angeles. The TV star, 53, insisted today his lack of wrinkles was all natural, but the Lorraine host likened him to a "boiled egg" during a hilarious segment on Good Morning Britain. On his second day back on Good Morning Britain after several weeks off, Piers responded to comments about his youthful skin. He joked to his colleagues: "It's clean living. It's just doing things the right way. No it's just basically a load of cheese and red wine." Charlotte Hawkins interjected: "Good skin inherited from your mother?" Piers replied: "You see it's all genetic. I don't smoke, which I think is crucial. But if your mum, your grandma have a lack of lines. You're in business." Piers Morgan jokes his 'great' skin is due to 'clean living' after GMB fans accused him of going to Los Angeles for 'secret surgery' Teasing … [Read more...] about Piers Morgan jokes his ‘great’ skin is due to clean living on Good Morning Britain as Lorraine Kelly teases him for ‘secret surgery’
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Share This Story! Let friends in your social network know what you are reading about Facebook Email Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Pinterest Your fancy new car steers and brakes for you; so why keep your hands on the wheel? Driver-assist technology, such as Tesla Autopilot or Cadillac Super Cruise, requires drivers to monitor the road. But it may encourage too many risks. Sent! A link has been sent to your friend's email address. Posted! A link has been posted to your Facebook feed. 8 Join the Conversation To find out more about Facebook commenting please read the Conversation Guidelines and FAQs Marco della Cava, USA TODAY Published 8:00 p.m. ChT April 13, 2018 | Updated 11:50 p.m. ChT April 13, 2018 CLOSE USA Today's Nathan Bomey takes Cadillac's Super Cruise for a test drive. Video by Jarrad Henderson/USA TODAY CONNECT TWEET LINKEDIN 8 COMMENT EMAIL MORE SAN FRANCISCO — Right now on a busy stretch … [Read more...] about Your fancy new car steers and brakes for you; so why keep your hands on the wheel?
PUPILS given homework because their school was closed were ordered to...play in the snow. Children from the Prince of Wales School in Dorchester were set some wintry-themed homework yesterday by headteacher Gary Spracklen. In a post on the school's Facebook page and in a letter, Mr Spracklen said: "I am sure like me, you are disappointed that we will be missing out on a day of school today. "With this disappointment in mind, I have created a thorough and detailed homework schedule for each child who attends The Prince of Wales School. "I would ask you to support the school in delivering this programme of homework in a timely manner to ensure maximum impact. "Please see below for further details of the programme for your child(ren). "I thank you in advance for your support in this important matter of homework. "Yours faithfully, Mr Spracklen- headteacher." The homework set included: 1) Dress warmly 2) Go for a walk in the snow 3) Make a snowman 4) Go sledging (using a … [Read more...] about SNOW IN DORSET: ‘Your homework for today, children
In the UK, startup investment tax relief schemes SEIS and EIS provide investors with up to 80% protection against an investment they make into a UK startup. This is taken as a tax relief against your income tax bill.However, the length of time it takes for startups to get advanced assurance is getting longer and longer – because over a third of companies that apply for advanced assurance fail to subsequently raise funds. As a result, HMRC has issued new, stricter guidelines, in the hope of turning applications around in 15 days, rather than the current six weeks.This will have a profound effect in crowdfunding, causing some campaigners to stumble before they even get out of the blocks. But for those left standing, the chances of success will ultimately be higher.What do the new guidelines say?At the start of this year the new guidelines came into force. Most of what they say provides context to their decisions, but this is the part that matters most to crowdfunders:From 2 January … [Read more...] about What do the new SEIS/EIS guidelines mean for crowdfunders?
The brave mum of a stillborn baby girl has revealed what not to say to a grieving parent - from well-meaning comments to horrific remarks. Maria Kirk's beautiful daughter, Sophie, was born sleeping in "deathly silence" after tragically passing away in her mother's womb at 35 weeks. Weighing just 3lbs, 2 1/2ozs, she arrived into the world "without breath". "Our daughter was born silently on to my tummy," Maria, from Maidstone, Kent, told Mirror Online. "Perfect in every way… just without breath." The loss of Sophie was heartbreaking for her mum, dad, Paul Kirk, and three big brothers, Brett, 18, Brendon, 12, and four-year-old Aiden. But in the weeks and months that followed, some people made comments that - in some cases, unintentionally - added to her family's pain. Scroll down for Maria's list of what not to say to 'loss mums' Her devastated mum was told: "Well, you already have children", "Maybe you can't have girls", and "It’s time to move on, stop torturing … [Read more...] about “Your body kills innocent lives”: Mum of stillborn baby girl reveals strangers’ horrific remarks as she makes heartbreaking plea