WHO needs a real job? PSG star Neymar transcends the world of football , enjoying the glitzy showbiz lifestyle of a true celebrity. From attending elite fashion parties to taking fancy holidays, the Brazilian superstar knows how to live. And if you're lucky, you will be part of Neymar's inner circle, called the 'parcas' in his homeland, who indulge in the high-life with him. Parcas is a slang term in Portuguese meaning 'partners', and just like Vinny Chase in US TV show Entourage, the footballer has a group of pals he trusts more than anyone else. Enter the world of one of the most famous sports stars on the planet... THE THREE AMIGOS There's a popular joke in Brazil that if you're Neymar's friend, you won't feel the current economic and unemployment crisis that's sweeping the country. And these three live-in mates are reportedly all on the payroll, earning around $11k-per-month from the former Barcelona star. Gil Cebola, Jota Amancio and Carlos Henrique … [Read more...] about Meet Neymar’s entourage who earn $11k-per-month, go to exclusive celeb parties and mingle with stars
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A transgender children’s charity is giving potentially dangerous chest-flattening devices to 14-year-olds against their parents’ wishes, an investigation by The Telegraph has found Mermaids, which receives funding from the taxpayer and runs training for schools and the NHS, offered to send a breast binder discreetly to a girl they believed was only 14, even after they were told that she was not allowed to use one by her mother. Evidence obtained by The Telegraph shows that the charity’s staff have offered binders to children as young as 13 who say that their parents oppose the practice. Chest-binding has been described by parent groups as a form of “self-harm” and it can cause breathing difficulties, chronic back pain, changes to the spine and broken ribs. Dr Hilary Cass, the former president of the Royal College of Paediatrics, who is leading a review of trans children’s services for the NHS, describes it as “painful and potentially harmful”. Campaigners and MPs said … [Read more...] about Exclusive: Trans charity Mermaids giving breast binders to children behind parents’ backs
Robert Jenrick says over a million tests carried out in UK SUBSCRIBE Invalid email We use your sign-up to provide content in ways you've consented to and to improve our understanding of you. This may include adverts from us and 3rd parties based on our understanding. You can unsubscribe at any time. More info Housing Secretary Robert Jenrick revealed the new figures in the daily Government briefing from Downing Street, adding the death toll from COVID-19 now stands at 30,076. He said 69,463 tests were carried out on Tuesday. More than 200,000 people have now tested positive for coronavirus. This came after a three-stage plan for ending the coronavirus lockdown was leaked, with suggestions shops will be among the first to reopen. Related articles Trump issues terrifying warning over second coronavirus outbreak Piers Morgan claims he knows the REAL number of UK coronavirus deaths The plan, revealed by the … [Read more...] about Coronavirus map LIVE: UK death toll jumps 649 as total fatalities surge past 30,000
A former barmaid has hit back at trolls who mocked her glass eye, by having a golden one fitted. Danni Winrow was diagnosed with retinoblastoma, a rare type of eye cancer that usually affects young children, when she was just six-months-old and subsequently had her right eye removed. The 25-year-old has since worn a prosthetic eye and has endured bullying for as long as she can remember over "looking different" - with classmates singling her out over her 'bog eye'. READ MORE Randy Bronze age men created herpes by inventing snogging - then Romans tried to ban it But despite the "constant" torment from schoolmates, Danni says the most heartless comments came from grown men while she was working as a bar manager. Danni said: "I'd get comments like 'are you looking at me or are you looking at the person behind me?' "One guy gave me a £20 tip to 'go and fix my dead eye'. So I kept the money and kicked them out". After years of lacking self-confidence, the civil servant … [Read more...] about Barmaid swaps false eye for sparkling ‘goldeneye’ after cruel punters’ comments
RENOWNED journalist KATIE Couric announced she was diagnosed with breast cancer on her eight-year anniversary, in a post on her website. Her husband, John Molner, previously had a tumor surgically removed only a few months before their wedding. Who is Katie Couric's husband John Molner? John Molner married legendary news anchor Katie Couric on June 21, 2014, at her home in the Hamptons. Couric lost her husband Jay Monahan to colon cancer in 1998, and told PEOPLE in 2018: “It took me a long time [to marry again] because I loved being married and I love being married now. And I’m not a solitary person. I like company." She continued: "And John is so funny. He’s just got this incredibly dry and wry sense of humor, and he doesn’t take himself too seriously. And he’s just fun to be around.” Molner attended Trinity College and later got a Master’s in Business Administration from the University of Chicago Booth School Of Business. READ MORE ON KATIE COURIC … [Read more...] about Who is Katie Couric’s husband, John Molner?
Housing: PM announces changes to Universal Credit rules SUBSCRIBE Invalid email We use your sign-up to provide content in ways you've consented to and to improve our understanding of you. This may include adverts from us and 3rd parties based on our understanding. You can unsubscribe at any time. More info The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) has shaken up the Universal Credit rules this week which could result in benefit cuts for thousands of claimants. Universal Credit claimants will be moved from a light touch work search category into an intensive work search group from September 26 which will force them to work more hours or find a better-paid job. Related articles ‘Don’t lock into that top rate today’ Savings accounts set to pay 8% State pensioners with hearing problems could claim £369 a month READ MORE Savings provider increases interest rate to 3.9 percent Thousands of … [Read more...] about The important DWP Universal Credit rule change coming into force – how will it affect you?
BLACK Friday is now just a couple of months away, and if you're on the hunt for a deal, you've come to the right place. We'll have all the best Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals and discounts - and you can read on for some early-bird offers. Black Friday has been going strong in the UK for over a decade now, and represents the absolute high point in the sales calendar. Positioned slap-bang in the middle of the festive period, Black Friday isn't just a prime opportunity to searching for Christmas gifts - given the sheer variety of products on sale, it's the perfect time to go searching for appliances, tech, home and garden, beauty, fashion and much more. That's the problem with Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals: with so many offers to choose from, it's easy to get overwhelmed while you're browsing online. Luckily, that's why we do all the hard work searching and scrolling - in this article, we'll feature only the very finest discounts we find in the Black Friday 2022 … [Read more...] about Best Black Friday deals 2022: What to expect this year
According to a report, there has been a dramatic rise in children misusing and overdosing on ADHD medications. I happened to see that report a day after I read another study revealing an increased risk for obesity and diabetes in kids who take ADHD meds. This is not to be confused with the recent research showing that ADHD drugs could be linked to brittle bones. These must all be added, of course, to the cacophony of already known side effects, including insomnia, irritability, decreased appetite, depression, and suicidal thoughts. Maybe this is why a majority of kids diagnosed with ADHD wind up developing other mental illnesses as they grow older. Pharmaceutical companies cite that latter detail as proof of the biological basis of ADHD. I think it is much easier to see it as proof of the pharmacological basis for the mysterious rise in mental illnesses across America. Drug companies and the psychiatric industry have so far gotten almost 20 percent of the country onto … [Read more...] about WALSH: We Have Turned Childhood Into A Mental Disorder. And It’s Ruining Our Kids. | The Daily Wire
Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga has appointed a “minister of loneliness” to his Cabinet in order to combat the rise of suicide that has taken place in the country due to the pandemic. Earlier this month, Suga reportedly chose Tetsushi Sakamoto to take on the role in addition to his work “combating the nation’s falling birth rate and revitalizing regional economies,” The Japan Times reported. With isolation connected to lots of social difficulties including suicide, poverty and hikikomori (social recluses), the Cabinet Office also reportedly established a task force that will address the problem of loneliness across different ministries, including by looking into its impact. The move comes as new numbers were released by Japan’s National Police Agency that showed 20,919 people in Japan committed suicide in 2020. This is an increase from the previous year, making it the “first year-on-year increase in 11 years.” The rise is reportedly largely due to a significant … [Read more...] about Japanese Prime Minister Appoints ‘Minister Of Loneliness’ To Combat Rise In Suicide | The Daily Wire
By Jared Evitts Published 40 minutes ago Share close Share page Copy link About sharing Students are often told their university days are the best of their lives. But after graduating, the "post-university blues" mean some students feel anxious about what's to come, said psychologist Dr Nia Williams. One student said she felt like a "failure" after seeing friends get jobs sooner than her after graduating. Mental health charity Mind encouraged students to avoid putting pressure on themselves after leaving university. Charlotte Jennings, 24, graduated from Bangor University in 2021 and said: "The worst part about leaving university was you lose the community that you've spent the past three years building up. "It's a very lonely thing that nobody is talking about. You go to university, and that's the first time you're away from home and you have a great time. "But … [Read more...] about University students in Wales speak of isolation after graduating