0 Have your say Celtic’s latest signing Timothy Weah has claimed having one of the most famous names in world football as his father is a blessing, not a burden. The 18-year-old accepts that wherever he goes people will want to talk to him about his dad, the legendary George Weah, a star with some of the biggest clubs including Monaco, Paris St Germain, AC Milan, Chelsea, Manchester City, Marseille, and now president of his country, Liberia.But while admitting his father has helped open doors for him, the youngster insisted he is determined to make his own way in the game, adamant joining Celtic on loan from PSG until the end of the season is a major step in helping him achieve that goal.“It’s a blessing,” he said. “I would say it’s a blessing because for me as a player it pushes me to be better and to live up to that name. “I feel like God blessed me with this name for a reason and it’s up to me to put two and two … [Read more...] about Timothy Weah: Famous name’s a blessing and I have to live up to it
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Chris Woodyard USA TODAY Published 11:25 p.m. UTC Aug 7, 2018 LOS ANGELES – In a world awash in hassles, this seemed like a dream come true. A near-new Cadillac delivered to your home, office or wherever else you'd like. No insurance or maintenance to worry about. If there are issues, a "concierge" is an email or phone call away. Grow tired of the car? Just go to the app and pick out another car. I could get used to this. Over two weeks, we tried out two SUVs and a hot station wagon that are part of the Book by Cadillac subscription program. Cadillac was one of the first with a program, but the notion has caught on. Now Mercedes-Benz, BMW, Porsche, Hyundai and Volvo are among those adding subscriptions to leasing and straight-out sales as ways to move cars off lots and into customers' hands. "It’s been buy-and-lease since the car came out," said Karl Brauer, executive publisher for Cox Automotive. "It’s overdue. It’s a reflection of the world in … [Read more...] about No need to buy a Cadillac, Mercedes-Benz or Volvo when you can simply subscribe
NEW mums should turn off the TV and spend more time cuddling their babies to bring them up well, a cabinet minister has said. Andrea Leadsom, who quit the Tory leadership race by implying Theresa May wasn't the right choice to be PM as she wasn't a mum, is launching proposals to boost care for young babies. The Leader of the Commons claimed that more new mums needed to bond physically with their babies by talking to them more, hugging them, smiling and stroking them. And that parents shouldn't rely on the TV to keep them occupied all the time. She told the Sunday Times as part of plans to set up advice sessions for new mums: "Don’t let the television be the constant childminder." She added: "Take time to turn the TV off and sit with your baby in the bouncer, look at your baby, count baby’s toes, stroke your baby at bathtime. "Those are the things that develop the baby’s brain." Her comments come two years after she dramatically quit the Tory leadership race by … [Read more...] about New mums should turn off the TV and have more cuddles with their babies to bring up healthy kids, minister says
Europe By Joel Gunter BBC News 3 February 2018 Share this with Facebook Share this with Messenger Share this with Twitter Share this with Email Share this with Facebook Share this with WhatsApp Share this with Messenger Share this with Twitter Share Share this with These are external links and will open in a new window Email Share this with Email Facebook Share this with Facebook Messenger Share this with Messenger Messenger Share this with Messenger Twitter Share this with Twitter Pinterest Share this with Pinterest WhatsApp Share this with WhatsApp LinkedIn Share this with LinkedIn Copy this link https://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-42920934 Read more about sharing. These are external links and will open in a new window Close share panel Related TopicsThe Holocaust In 2012, Barack Obama made an uncharacteristic gaffe that set off a small … [Read more...] about New Holocaust law threatens ‘whitewash’ of Polish history
YOU'VE finally got your foot on the property ladder and are the proud owner of your first home. But how can you make sure that your dream of becoming a homeowner doesn't turn into a nightmare? Whether you own your own place or are a renter, you should seriously consider getting home insurance to make sure you're not left in the lurch if something goes wrong. But with 16million Brits having no home contents insurance, lots of us are running the risk. Here's what you need to know and how you can get cheap cover: What is home insurance and what does it cover? There are two main types of home insurance - buildings and contents. Simply, buildings insurance covers your physical property - so its actual structure, its fixtures and fittings - while content insurance deals with your belongings. Many insurers offer policies which combine both - and if you're a homeowner, you'll want to think about this type of policy. If you're a renter, your building insurance should be taken care of by your … [Read more...] about Cheap home insurance deals compared – and do you need buildings and contents insurance to cover your home?