A DAD today spoke of his nightmares after his daughter was strangled by her fiance who wrapped her in clingfilm and ate a Subway next to her body. Madog Rowlands, 23, strangled 21-year-old Lauren Griffiths before waiting 24 hours to dial 999 and tell them he killed her "by mistake". The sadistic killer had wrapped her body in clingfilm, Sellotape and bin liners. He then sat with his dead fiancee and tucked into a Subway sandwich while setting up a Netflix account at their home in Cardiff in April 2018. Rowlands also bought cannabis and MDMA and ordered himself a Domino's pizza as college sweetheart Lauren lay lifeless next to him. The sick university student even withdrew cash from Lauren's bank account to pay for the drugs after strangling her with his bare hands. Lauren's dad Jason today spoke of his torment as "self-obsessed manipulator" Rowlands was caged for life with a minimum of 18 years for murder. In a powerful victim impact statement read to Newport … [Read more...] about Dad tells of PTSD & nightmares after daughter strangled by boyfriend who wrapped her in clingfilm & ate Subway by body
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IF LIKE us you have already binged watched Firefly Lane, there will be one major question on your lips. The Netflix series focuses on the ups and downs of best friends Tully and Kate, but fans now want to know - why did they fall out? The best series on Netflix The best movies on Netflix New on Netflix: What to watch this week Why did Tully and Kate fall out on Firefly Lane? WARNING: The below article contains MAJOR spoilers from Firefly Lane season 1. Fans were left shocked when it was finally revealed in the Firefly Lane season finale that BFFs Kate and Tully had fallen out. After much teasing that something had happened between the pair, we then saw them come face to face at Bud's funeral.Kate even went as far as to tell Tully to go home, saying: "Like I told you before, I NEVER want to speak to you again." Unfortunately as this happened right at the end of the last episode, viewers were left on a cliffhanger about what had gone on between the two women. But luckily for you, … [Read more...] about Why did Tully and Kate fall out on Firefly Lane?
KEEPING the kids entertained during coronavirus-imposed lockdown isn't the easiest, but luckily Netflix can help shoulder some of the stress. After our re-cap of the top Netflix suggestions for parents , we have now listed the top 40 shows featured on the online broadcaster for all ages - perfect for after home-schooling is done for the day. 1. Super Monsters This animated pre-school series sees six supernatural - yet cute - characters attending school. The little monsters have a moral aspect in that they're always trying to find the best in each other while they encounter a variety of dilemmas. It's suitable for preschoolers, aged three and over. 2. Treehouse Detectives Though your tots might not be able to explore the wonders of the great outdoors right now, at least they can learn about them. This show features a brother and sister bear detective duowhop team up to quench their curiosity about the world. Lessons about hermit crabs and the sea's tides can be … [Read more...] about The 60 best kids’ shows on Netflix to watch right now
I've tried to steer clear of this vomiting jamboree, honestly I have. I've followed advice about disinfecting my phone and TV remote control but it hasn't stopped me yodelling into the porcelain canyon on a daily basis. Don't misunderstand. I haven't picked up the winter bug norovirus. No, it's down to a growing nausea over the sickening scale on which we manage to get our priorities wrong. How do we let supermarkets pay farmers as little as 3p for the grotesquely-reared chickens we feed to our children while they pay the Spice Girls millions to ponce around in adverts so jarring they make your teeth freeze? While our poorest pensioners go without proper food so they can put an extra bar on their electric fires, taxpayers pay £10million winter fuel bonuses to 50,000 ex-pat OAPs currently whingeing into their sangria in sunnier climes. The same taxpayers struggling to meet their own soaring fuel bills due to private energy firms conspiring to bleed us dry while a toothless … [Read more...] about It’s not vomit virus that makes me sick
IF you’re worried your mind has turned to mush over the past few months after being stuck indoors, we’ve got the perfect quiz to give your brain a workout. Teacher, Rupal Ragha, started sharing free school lessons online during the pandemic for pupils, which has seen hundreds of people tune in to her live sessions. Rupal, from London, has also shared resources for parents feeling overwhelmed by the demands of homeschooling, saying: “ Parents couldn’t be expected to instinctively know how to explain the topics to their children – the skills required for teaching go beyond a worksheet to fill in – and I wasn’t surprised many parents were feeling cast adrift,” Metro reported. She put together a quiz on her Instagram page, Big Brains Tuition , testing maths and English designed for secondary school pupils. Rupal added: “I was surprised how popular it became with kids and parents – I had many parents get in touch asking me to teach them how to teach a certain … [Read more...] about Teacher’s secondary school quiz will test your maths and English knowledge – so how many can YOU get right?