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Questions for royals over tycoon bill.

Questions for royals over tycoon bill.

Questions for royals over tycoon Johnny Hon’s £3m bill, in Gate Ventures. Johnny Hon met Julia Roberts and other stars, plus members of the royal family, while he was chairman of Gate Ventures. A tycoon with links to the royal family charged a troubled public company expenses of almost £3 million in 16 months for entertainment, travel and celebrity meetings, The Times can reveal. Johnny Hon, former chairman of Gate Ventures, a British entertainment company, invoiced...
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How to taste a good Chocolate.

How to taste a good Chocolate.

How to taste a good Chocolate. There’s a lot more to it than biting and chewing. If you’re going to spend upward of $8 for a fancy craft-chocolate bar, you really shouldn’t mindlessly gobble it while rushing to catch the B train (not that I’ve ever done that). Megan Giller, the author of “Bean to Bar Chocolate” and a judge for the International Chocolate Awards, gives guided chocolate tastings to help the sweet-toothed fully appreciate their bars. Here...
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The start of an aviation revolution?

The start of an aviation revolution?

Is this the start of an aviation revolution? Aviation is one of the fastest rising sources of carbon emissions from transport, but can a small Canadian airline show the industry a way of flying that is better for the planet? As air journeys go, it was just a short hop into the early morning sky before the de Havilland seaplane splashed back down on the Fraser River in Richmond, British Columbia. Four minutes earlier it...
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Clean air campaign for petrol and diesel.

Clean air campaign for petrol and diesel.

Clean air campaign; Petrol and diesel cars, ban could be brought forward to 2032. The sale of new petrol, diesel and hybrid cars could be banned in only 12 years under new government plans.Ministers are considering a 2032 cut-off date for the sale of new combustion engine cars and vans as part of a drive to tackle climate change and improve air quality. The target would be included as part of a consultation on proposals to phase out...
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Challenge the critics. Who will win at the Oscars?

Challenge the critics. Who will win at the Oscars?

Challenge the critics: who will win at the Oscars? Critics Ed Potton and Kevin Maher will be joining us for a live Q&A to discuss this year’s Oscars on Wednesday, February 5 from 12-2pm. To submit a question in advance, post it in the comments below. The awards season is in full swing. From The Irishman to Little Women and 1917 to Jojo Rabbit, critics and lay viewers alike are busy casting their predictions for who will win the brightest silver-screen prizes. At the...
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Kirk Douglas obituary.

Kirk Douglas obituary.

Kirk Douglas obituary. Actor best known for Spartacus who enjoyed a philandering youth but in later life returned to his Jewish faith and philanthropy. “I’m probably the most disliked actor in Hollywood,” Kirk Douglas noted proudly at the height of his success and fame. “And I feel pretty good about it because that’s me. I’m a pretty un-likeable character.” If Douglas enjoyed cultivating a real-life image of a ruthless tough guy driven by egomania, it...
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Coronavirus may already be in Europe.

Coronavirus may already be in Europe.

The coronavirus is likely to be in Britain already, health chiefs warned this morning. All Britons brought back from Hubei province are likely to be tested for the virus as a precaution after the Foreign Office promised to give Britons stranded there help to return. The government said their safety was its top priority, but anyone brought back is likely to be isolated for several days to reduce the risk of spreading the virus in this...
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Chinese coronavirus’ fears grow.

Chinese coronavirus’ fears grow.

Chinese coronavirus: Passengers screened at Heathrow as fears grow of global epidemic. Screening of travelers arriving in Britain from the centre of a deadly Chinese virus outbreak will begin today, as ministers scramble to deal with the threat of a new epidemic spreading across Asia.Public Health England has upgraded the threat of the coronavirus and planes arriving at Heathrow will now be met by doctors checking for cases of flu-like illness. With the death toll...
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Meghan did not take part in royal summit.

Meghan did not take part in royal summit.

Meghan did not take part in royal summit. The Duchess of Sussex did not after all join the historic royal summit about her future role with Prince Harry, it has emerged. The duchess, who is in Canada, was expected to phone in to the summit at Sandringham yesterday at which the Queen, the Prince of Wales, Prince William and Prince Harry agreed that the Sussexes should step back from royal duties. However, it has now...
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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle ‘s Royal Retirement.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle ‘s Royal Retirement.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle 's Royal Retirement. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex announced last week that they will “step back” as senior royals. Social media went nuts. For many people, the biggest news of the last seven days was the release of the first material from BTS’s new album. For others, it was the wildfires still burning in Australia, causing untold, unbelievable damage to wildlife and exposing just how information is controlled in Australian media. Also, there was a...
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Elizabeth Wurtzel, dies yesterday aged 52.

Elizabeth Wurtzel, dies yesterday aged 52.

Elizabeth Wurtzel, ''Prozac Nation'' author, dies aged 52. Elizabeth Wurtzel, author of the best-selling 1994 memoir Prozac Nation which detailed her struggles with depression and addiction, has died aged 52. Her husband, Jim Freed, told US media she died at a New York hospital after a long battle with cancer. Published when she was in her 20s, Prozac Nation divided critics. Some praised Ms Wurtzel for her candor while others said she was self-absorbed.She told...
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Wine business fears a possible disaster.

Wine business fears a possible disaster.

Wine business fears a possible disaster in potential Trump Tariffs. A move meant to impose pain on the European Union may jeopardize many American jobs and businesses, while putting wines out of reach. Most years, January is a time for the wine trade to pause and congratulate itself. It has weathered the lucrative deluge of the holidays, and should be well into the planning for the next six months, having placed orders for the summer’s...
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L’Affichomanía now at Wisconsin.

L’Affichomanía now at Wisconsin.

L'Affichomanía, the passion for French posters. Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum, WAUSAU | WISCONSIN | USA , MARCH 7th, 2020 - MAY 31st, 2020. Showcasing the remarkable wo rk of five master printmakers, Jules Chéret, Alphonse Mucha,,Eugène Grasset, Théophile Alexandre Steinle, and Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, "L’Affichomania: The Passion for French Posters" features more than sixty posters and ephemera dating from 1875 to 1910. These pioneering artists reigned in Paris during this period of artistic proliferation,...
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Jaguar C-X75 ‘Spectre’ at Abu Dhabi.

Jaguar C-X75 ‘Spectre’ at Abu Dhabi.

A unique Jaguar C-X75 'Spectre' was auctioned at RM | Sotheby's Abu Dhabi. Following the record-setting sale of the James Bond Aston Martin DB5 in Monterey last summer, we're thrilled to present another Bond car at last auction, held in partnership with Formula 1®, last November 30th, at the ABU DHABI GRAND PRIX 2019. The latest James Bond film, ’Spectre’, featured Daniel Craig’s 007 at the wheel of an Aston Martin DB10, while Mr. Hinx, played...
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Golden Rice Approved as Safe.

Golden Rice Approved as Safe.

Golden Rice Approved as Safe for Consumption in the Philippines. The genetically modified crop could help combat the country’s vitamin A deficiency. Nutrient-rich golden rice — a genetically-modified, amber-hued crop — has passed a rigorous biosafety assessment in the Philippines, where it may soon be distributed to combat the country’s widespread vitamin A deficiency. The plant is engineered to be packed with beta-carotene, an orange pigment that the body converts into the essential nutrient vitamin...
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Titan, Saturn’s moon is a twin of the Earth.

Titan, Saturn’s moon is a twin of the Earth.

Titan, the largest moon of Saturn is a twin of the Earth. The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) conducted a series of investigations on Titan, the largest moon Saturn and concluded that it is a "twin" of the Earth. Due to the great question of the existence of life on other planets in the universe, NASA researchers indicated that Earth is not the only planet where there can be life, and they made reference...
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Carnival cruise crash, in Cozumel.

Carnival cruise crash, in Cozumel.

Carnival Cruise Crash. Two Liners Collide In Cozumel. A pair of Carnival cruise ships slammed into each other Friday in a port in Cozumel, Mexico, causing damage to one ship and injuring six people, and the entire incident was caught on video. A Carnival spokesperson told NBC News that one of the ships, Carnival Glory, was “maneuvering to dock when it made contact” with the other ship, Carnival Legend. Carnival also said it is assessing the damage, but “there are...
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Caroline Flack and where she will spend Christmas.

Caroline Flack and where she will spend Christmas.

Caroline Flack ordered to spend Christmas away from boyfriend after assault charge. Caroline Flack, presenter of the TV show Love Island, has been ordered to spend Christmas apart from her boyfriend after denying claims that she beat him with a lamp. In court yesterday Ms Flack, 40, denied assaulting Lewis Burton, 27, while he slept in their bed on December 12. Both were covered in blood in scenes police likened to a “horror film”. She was...
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Hard Boiled Eggs. What may be behind?

Hard Boiled Eggs. What may be behind?

Hard Boiled Eggs. What may be behind this deadly Listeria outbreak. This is totally not eggs-ellent. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has announced yet another Listeria monocytogenes outbreak. This time the culprit seems to be, egg roll please: hard boiled eggs. Yes, the CDC may have finally cracked the case on why seven people in five states have gotten sick with Listeria from April 10, 2017, to November 12, 2019. It can be hard to figure out...
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Carbon Monoxide, the silent killer.

Carbon Monoxide, the silent killer.

Carbon Monoxide, the silent killer. Although winter is just beginning, severe storms with high winds have already brought power outages throughout the country. This raises the risk of carbon monoxide poisoning (CO) a great deal. Each year, about 50,000 people visit emergency rooms and more than 400 die in the US due to accidental carbon monoxide poisoning, not related to fires. The riskiest states were Wyoming, Alaska, Montana, North Dakota, and Nebraska. Surprisingly, California and the Northeast were the lowest...
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The wine decanter and an unexpected parallel.

The wine decanter and an unexpected parallel.

The wine decanter and an unexpected parallel. From the time of alchemy and even until today, a hemispherical flask with a flat, long neck and support plane we call a flask is used in chemistry. It is used for many functions and among them we will only deal with the separation of solids from liquids. Neither more nor less than the decanter. Likewise, the winemakers robbed us of the retort that is also a hemispherical...
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Louis Vuitton candles Christmas gift.

Louis Vuitton candles Christmas gift.

Louis Vuitton candles will make the perfect Christmas gift. New scented candles will add a bit of style to the holiday season. Launched last year with four exquisite fragrances, Louis Vuitton’s scented candle collection has two contrasting additions. Écorce Rousse is inspired by the label’s historic atelier in Asnieres, combining leather and wood notes to capture its olfactory atmosphere. For this scent, the house’s master Perfumer Jacques Cavallier Belletrud celebrates the elements that come together...
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The war on Polio in dangerous phase. 

The war on Polio in dangerous phase. 

The war on Polio just entered its most dangerous phase.  Victory is close, the eradication campaign is on some very fragile ground. The war on Polio. Two years ago, it must have felt as though the long international campaign to eradicate polio — launched in 1988 and decades past its hoped-for end date — was at last nearing its goal. There were only 17 cases of naturally occurring polio in the world in 2017, half...
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Athletes have ‘better-tuned brains’.

Athletes have ‘better-tuned brains’.

Athletes have ‘better-tuned brains’, says study. Athletes don’t just have buff bodies; they also have buff brains, according to a study that found they have tuned down the “static” noise in their neurons. The research showed that their auditory systems were better able to tune in to the outside world and process external sounds, such as a coach telling them to run faster or a team-mate calling for the ball. The scientists said that while...
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About the differences.

About the differences.

About the differences. Many years ago my father told me that as you get older you get cold and now I must admit that it is. Years have passed and I have to admit that such a thing happens by gradual arterial obstructions and increasing physical limitations. That is precisely why I decided to buy a small carpet to have on the side of the bed and avoid a first contact with the cold floor....
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Finally the best moment of Celery.

Finally the best moment of Celery.

Finally he best moment of Celery. Celery — the subject of at least three food fads over the last 150 years — may finally be ready for a permanent starring role. In the U.S., Dutch immigrants started growing the vegetable as early as 1874 near Kalamazoo, Mich., which was subsequently nicknamed Celery City. The seeds were disseminated across the country, and yet another celery craze ensued. Fast-forward to 2018: “Last year, we had a huge spike in...
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Dogs reach middle age in just two years.

Dogs reach middle age in just two years.

Dogs reach middle age in just two years. Scientists find we've been calculating dog years all wrong, they grow up fast. Scientists working on the mysteries of ageing have debunked the idea that one dog year is equivalent to seven human years. Rather than a dog year equalling seven human years,.Labradors were found to age rapidly before the process plateaued.  Instead, research suggests that labradors hurtle into middle age. At the age of two they...
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Eating breakfast has a positive impact.

Eating breakfast has a positive impact.

Eating breakfast has a positive impact on children’s cognition. Children who miss breakfast get bad results. Children who usually skip breakfast achieve significantly lower GCSE grades than those who normally eat it, research shows. The UK study found that missing the first meal of the day was associated with academic performance around two grades lower than it would otherwise have been, when all exams were added together. The link held true even when other factors known to...
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Skye McAlpine’s recipe, the dish.

Skye McAlpine’s recipe, the dish.

Skye McAlpine’s recipe for saffron-poached pears. These pears are like a burst of golden sunshine. The addition of a single teaspoon of saffron to the cooking syrup not only gives the fruit a wonderfully delicate, almost floral taste, but also a positively radiant colour, like something out of a romantic fairy tale. This dish works best with slightly underripe fruit that will hold their shape when cooked. Perhaps what I love most about it is...
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Lara Stone escapes to Carcassonne.

Lara Stone escapes to Carcassonne.

Supermodel Lara Stone escapes to Carcassonne. Swapping catwalks for country walks on a family getaway to this captivating corner of southern France. Like most models, I spend the majority of the year on the road, and I’m in France all the time. But that’s usually glitzy spots such as Paris, Nice, Cannes and St Tropez, where there’s always that thought in the back of my mind that paparazzi could jump out at any moment. What...
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The health benefits of drinking coffee.

The health benefits of drinking coffee.

The health benefits of drinking coffee, everything you need to know. Your daily caffeine fix has surprising health benefits — but how you drink it makes a difference. Peta Bee asks the experts what we should be ordering. Our thirst for coffee has increased massively over the past decade. We drink about 95 million cups a day in the UK, about 25 million more since 2008, according to the British Coffee Association. There are nearly...
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Urban Mobility, austerity and preservation.

Urban Mobility, austerity and preservation.

URBAN MOBILITY. Austerity and preservation of the environment should be the basic premises. Austerity and the preservation of the environment should be the basic premises for any government enterprise and they are not always. Conceptually, the systems of transfer of people within the cities are probably one of the most primitive and have not suffered revolutions, but only on rare occasions were there historical milestones worthy of mention. From the wagon to the car there...
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Sounds and silences.

Sounds and silences.

Sounds and silences. Several minutes of applause and living that exteriorize the enthusiasm of the silver and the galleries of the great theater that express themselves with increasing enthusiasm. With the repeated appearances of the conductor of the orchestra, first alone and then with the soloists, who want to share the success achieved  And then do so with all the teachers who accompanied him, inviting them to stand up and thank with a slight reverence...
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Different Gut Microbes in delivered infants.

Different Gut Microbes in delivered infants.

Different Gut Microbes than vaginally delivered infants in babies born by C-Section. Method of delivery can influence the bacteria in infants’ guts, according to a new study, but differences, were found to disappear within nine months. Scientists are starting to get a better idea of how many factors can influence a newborn's gut microbiome. For the past decade, scientists have been fascinated by how the bacteria in our guts influence our health and determine whether...
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Through the eye of the lock.

Through the eye of the lock.

Through the eye of the lock. Through the eye of the lock. Why do I always have to talk about myself? A vice acquired in some pagan temple? I don't know, I'm just experimenting, but I'm going to try to turn the character around. Psychology is a fairly atypical profession, it is not like the doctor or lawyer to whom we refer naturally, belongs to the private sphere of people. No "healthy" adult will see...
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Almost human, an indomitable living being.

Almost human, an indomitable living being.

Almost Human. I have a living being at home that I find absolutely indomitable. He is always alert and aware of my needs. It is more than human, when you require a thought that goes back a long time ago, think about it and take longer than when the request is recent. Obviously he has to resort to his memory, which we must admit is always perfect, but not always accessible. I forgive you for...
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The Gallery block sends you to a display of each Article, showing the Image, Date, Title and few lines of content, ordered chronologically from last-to-first criteria. To access Starting Page, click on the small colored Up-Arrow button, at the left, under the Main Block. For returning click on the All content last square.

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