In a section headed 'Trust', it says: '(She is) the only candidate who provided consistent support to Jeremy Corbyn, nominating him in 2015 and 2016, serving in the Shadow Cabinet 2016-2019, and regularly defending his policies and vision on the national media. … [Read more...] about Rebecca Long-Bailey’s Labour leadership team is accused of spreading ‘fake news’ after claiming that rival Lisa Nandy had missed a key welfare vote… while she was on MATERNITY LEAVE
Depression how long does it last
I regard the ingredients of the Spirulina training stick, which claims it lifts and sculpts the face. They include “pineapple bromelain enzyme”, obviously the most delicious, and Bidens pilosa, which– well, I don’t know what that is, but I still really miss Obama. I unscrew an Activated Charcoal training stick, which promises to decongest the face. Swiping its willow bark and tea tree over my sad, long, tired face, I notice a light tingling immediately. The product is clear and fairly discreet. I was worried it would appear as if snails had swarmed over my face, which isn’t the image I like to project. It just looks as if I am lightly sweating already, which, in fairness, I often am. … [Read more...] about The Face Gym training stick: does anyone really need a face decongestant?
To ambitious young managers, such as Brian Clough and Ron Atkinson, Shankly also became a counsellor. He briefly took up advisory roles at Wrexham and Tranmere Rovers, where he helped his old protégé, Ron Yeats, who was starting out as manager. As at Melwood, the players took to calling Shankly, rather than Yeats, boss. In November 1976, Shankly was hotly tipped to take over from Dave Mackay as Derby County manager, but the position went to Colin Murphy instead. Shankly, says Toshack, was very much a help when he went into management with Swansea City in 1978. "He was in the dressing room with us at Preston when we went up that first year. Whenever we played in the north-west I'd invite him and he'd come along to the hotel, he'd have lunch with the players and give them a boost. I can remember him walking into a room, and saying 'Jesus Christ, John, who you going to leave out, what a team you've got.' And of course some of the local lads, the Swansea lads that didn't know … [Read more...] about Bill Shankly: Life, death and football
Nutt, a professor in neuropsychopharmacology at Imperial College London, says he is “saddened” by Glantz’s attacks. “He was a hero of mine. He was one of the pioneers in demolishing the myth that tobacco wasn’t addictive and opposing the fraud and misinformation and lies of the tobacco industry. But the problem is he is still basically playing the same tune and we’re now in a different era.” It’s proven impossible to stop people selling tobacco, Nutt said. “So the anti-tobacco people have got to attack something else, because that’s what they do – they attack and they ban. So basically they’ve fixed their wagons against vaping because it is one thing they can ban, and they’re very successful. It’s laughable that in India people go to prison for selling vaping when the government allows advertising of tobacco.” … [Read more...] about The great vape debate: are e-cigarettes saving smokers or creating new addicts?
He paid £1,273 for each application, plus £150 each for the English test and £50 each for the life in the UK test. Not a trifling figure. “I was quite stressed about it, I took it very seriously,” he says. “It was a lot of money. I paid taxes for 12 years and just to secure my future I had to pay that.” … [Read more...] about Romanians in the UK: ‘If we go, who will do the jobs after Brexit?’ – photo essay