THEY'RE popular on the pitch, with fans all over the world. So it's no wonder England's finest are in demand on social media too. The likes of Harry Kane, Dele Alli, Jesse Lingard and Marcus Rashford have scored tons of followers off the pitch, sharing their glitzy lives on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook. But who is the most popular? SunSport got its calculator out and totalled up the sums, so you don't have to. And there are certainly some surprises in our comprehensive list. Despite living a relatively quiet life, defender Phil Jones has more Twitter followers than anyone else - a whopping 2.4m. However, spare a thought for Three Lions new boy Harry Maguire who only has just over 3,000 likes on his official Facebook page! 1. Harry Kane Instagram - 4.7m, Twitter - 2.02m, Facebook - 1.44m Total followers: 8.16m He'll be leading our cause in Russia and his social media game is streets ahead of his teammates. With over eight million followers, the Tottenham striker is England's top man. … [Read more...] about England’s most popular footballers on social media: Kane, Alli, Rashford… which player has more followers?
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British Transport Police says it is investigating the exact circumstances surrounding the deaths of the three men at Loughborough Junction, near Brixton, on Monday, June 18. Two of the men were named on Tuesday, June 19, as Harrison Scott-Hood, 23, and Alberto Fresneda Carrasco, 19, who was born in New York but was a Spanish national. "His absence has left a deep hole in the family," said a spokesman for his family. “We are completely heartbroken by the loss of our only son, Harrison. He was the love of our life…"https://t.co/SwaFYFwE93 pic.twitter.com/VnenXePhZh — BTP (@BTP) 19 June 2018 'Revolutionary Artist' Jim Jordan, who knew Harrison, said he had not been a hooligan but was a "gentle lad" from north London who saw himself as a "revolutionary artist". He said he was shocked by some people's reactions on social … [Read more...] about Sympathy in Short Supply on Social Media After Graffiti Artists Killed in London
1165 found Save Search Order by: 0 Filters Follow thinkSPAIN on Facebook or Twitter for the latest News, Jobs, Property & Info Load Previous Health & Beauty Thu, May 31, 2018 ONE of Spain's most prestigious fashion houses has been ridiculed on social media for its latest design – the 'T-shirt shirt'. This bizarre creation by Balenciaga, which carries the eye-watering price tag... Health & Beauty Wed, May 2, 2018 CONSUMER authorities in Spain have 'named and shamed' a total of 23 products on sale purporting to work 'diet miracles' and aid weight loss, and reveals that there is currently no real control over... Health & Beauty Mon, Mar 19, 2018 THE names of the 11 women killed when a private jet travelling from Dubai to Istanbul crashed in Iran have been revealed, two of whom were Spanish. Turkey has been rocked by the high-profile death of multi-millionnaire... Health & Beauty Thu, Mar … [Read more...] about Balenciaga’s ‘T-shirt shirt’ sparks mirth on social media
CAROLINE Flack threw shade at last year’s Love Island contestants for cashing in with their social media accounts. The TV presenter, 38, sparked controversy after saying “it’s not all about coming out and getting teeth whitening deals”, in an interview with AOL Build last month. But when you see how much money they make, we’re pretty sure we’d be doing the same thing. OddsMonkey, an online betting service, has analysed the islanders Instagram accounts to calculate how much each of the 10 most followed contestants are earning through sponsored posts. These are estimations and a variety of factors impact how much the reality star can charge per sponsored post - such as how often then do #ads, and whether they Instagram Story alongside the main picture. Kem Cetinay, 21, is the top earning islander, earning £8,600 per post thanks to his two million followers. The Dancing On Ice star appears to have a lucrative deal with Boohoo Man and regularly … [Read more...] about How last year’s Love Island contestants earn thousands on social media flogging clothes, make-up, vitamins and even biscuits
A good tester would need cop-on, and a keen sense of social justice, along with a dose of cynicism. These are qualities that are in short supply in banks. Such a person would have flagged up the stench being generated by the ongoing mess that is the tracker fraud. Whether or not banks would have acted on this is another matter. However, if even some of the warnings were heeded the final bill for the tracker scandal may not have topped €1bn. AIB would also have been warned by the Cop-On Tester that its recent ill-timed attempt to bring back banker bonuses was doomed to failure. And any sensible person looking at AIB Group's ham-fisted attempts to snoop on individual customer social media accounts would have seen the dangers a mile off. But bankers exist in their own little self-congratulatory world. That is why AIB, the largest mortgage lender in the State, has ended up being accused of playing Big Brother with its customers after it emerged it had been seeking to spy on … [Read more...] about AIB backtracks over moves to spy on customer social media accounts