PARENTS and grandparents will always have a wall, table or shelf dedicated to family pictures - with weddings, babies and graduation often taking the top spot. But one woman discovered she'd been "bumped" from her mum's proud photo display, only to be hit with a brutal explanation from her unsympathetic mum. Rachel Frost, from America, shared the exchange on TikTok and was frankly gobsmacked after inspecting her mum's collection of framed snaps. There were snaps from some key milestones over the years, including weddings and many of her grandchildren, so Rachel asked her mum why she wasn't to be seen. In the video, she says: "Mum… did I get bumped? I'm not here." Her mum reassured her by picking up a frame which was more or less hidden, pointing out she was in fact a part of the family display. But the pictures of her as a child appeared to be moved to the bottom back corner, instead replaced by other family members. Clearly disappointed by her new position in … [Read more...] about Savage mum’s harsh response to ‘bumping’ her daughter from her prized family achievements photo display
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Anyone who has bought a smartphone since 2015 could be entitled to a share of a £480m payout if a legal claim from watchdog Which? is successful. The consumer rights group is suing US chipmaker Qualcomm, accusing it of using its market dominance to inflate charges to manufacturers, which they have then passed on to millions of Britons in the form of higher smartphone prices. About 29 million people in the UK may be entitled to compensation of around £17 each. Qualcomm's technology can be found in a number of leading brands, including Apple and Samsung. Damages are being sought for all affected Apple and Samsung smartphones bought since 1 October 2015. Advertisement Anabel Hoult, chief executive of Which?, said: "We believe Qualcomm's practices are anti-competitive and have so far taken around £480m from UK consumers' pockets - this needs to stop. More from Apple Streaming inquiry: Spotify, Apple and Amazon bosses defend models but seem … [Read more...] about Qualcomm: UK smartphone owners are due £480m payout, claims Which?
TYSON FURY has revealed his frustration at negotiations over a fight with Anthony Joshua being 'no closer' to completion than they were a year ago. The Gypsy King has also revealed the four key sticking points over the deal getting done. Fury , 32, stormed to victory over Deontay Wilder 12 months ago, securing the WBC heavyweight belt in the process. But a trilogy bout with the Bronze Bomber has since fallen through, contributing to leaving Fury frustratedly waiting for Joshua on the sidelines. He told ESPN : "They've had a full year to try and make this fight happen. "Since the last Wilder fight, even before the Wilder fight, they were talking about a fight potentially between me and Joshua. "They've had a full year to make something happen, and it hasn't happened as of yet. "It is what it is. We're no further forward today than we were a year ago." Fury then revealed what he believes to be the key obstacles in getting the deal over the line. He … [Read more...] about Tyson Fury claims Anthony Joshua fight NO CLOSER to agreement and reveals four main sticking points over talks
Global human rights watchdog Amnesty International said on Wednesday that Ocean Lotus, a group with ties to the Vietnamese government, has been involved in hacking attacks targeting activists and an NGO. The accusations highlight how authorities could resort to unlawful digital surveillance to keep tabs on activists and government critics . Who was targeted? The suspected attacks took place between 2018 and November 2020. They targeted two prominent Vietnamese human rights defenders, one of whom lives in Germany, and a Vietnamese NGO based in the Philippines, Amnesty said. Blogger and pro-democracy activist Bui Thanh Hieu was targeted with spyware at least four times between February 2018 and December 2019, it revealed. He left Vietnam and has lived in Germany since 2013. It said another blogger based in Vietnam, who was not named due to fears for their safety, was targeted three times last year. A Philippines-based nongovernmental organization, the Vietnamese … [Read more...] about Hacking group targets Vietnam activists: Amnesty
While there's light at the end of the tunnel for many British businesses after months of lockdown, there's some familiar favourites that will never return to the High Street. Many businesses have been told they could reopen on April 12 if the government reaches its Covid vaccination target, as part of Boris Johnson's plan to get the country out of restrictions. Hairdressers, salons, clothing outlets and many small, local businesses such as florists will be able to trade again after more than three months of closures. But for many towns and communities, the high street will never be the same again as one by one big chains that have been part of Britain's culture have fallen under the pressure of the pandemic. Some struggling brands will return to the high street but others will now operate online-only. Paperchase is closing 27 stores while Jaeger, John Lewis, Edinburgh Woollen Mill, Bonmarché, Hays Travel and Prezzo will reduce their store counts. Sir Philip Green's … [Read more...] about High street favourites that won’t re-open in April as Covid closes iconic chains forever