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HSBC issues warning to all holidaymakers over 'clone' scam - www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk - Britain - Manchester
manchestereveningnews.co.uk
21.05.2024 / 12:19

HSBC issues warning to all holidaymakers over 'clone' scam

Banking giant HSBC warned holidaymakers last month of a rise in "clone" scammers, who create official-looking websites offering great holiday deals before stealing your bank details and running away with your hard-earned cash. Often, these fake websites will appear on social media or search engines when people look for holiday bargains.

World-famous DJ's son, 18, died after leg pain from extremely rare cancer - www.ok.co.uk - Britain - Manchester
ok.co.uk
18.05.2024 / 11:53

World-famous DJ's son, 18, died after leg pain from extremely rare cancer

The teenage son of a world-famous DJ tragically passed away after experiencing unexplained leg pain, which turned out to be cancer. Earlier this month, staff from the school of Oliver Park – who was sadly just 18 when he died – recently honoured the memory of their student by participating in a 53-mile relay race. Oliver was the son of DJ Graeme Park, the British house music DJ widely credited as one of the original founders of the UK's club scene as a leading figure of The Hacienda club in Manchester.

‘The Sopranos’ Star Toni Kalem Explores Family History in Adapting Lore Segal’s Wartime Novel ‘Other People’s Houses’ (EXCLUSIVE) - variety.com - Britain - Austria - Germany - city Vienna
variety.com
18.05.2024 / 04:29

‘The Sopranos’ Star Toni Kalem Explores Family History in Adapting Lore Segal’s Wartime Novel ‘Other People’s Houses’ (EXCLUSIVE)

Ed Meza @edmezavar Writer, director and actress Toni Kalem (“The Sopranos“) is adapting Lore Segal’s internationally acclaimed 1964 semi-autobiographical novel “Other People’s Houses,” about a Jewish child refugee who finds asylum in Britain via the Kindertransport rescue effort. The story follows a 10-year-old Jewish girl from Vienna who is sent to England as part of the 1938 children’s transport that followed Nazi Germany’s annexation of Austria. She spends the next several years living in wildly disparate households, from wealthy families to modest working-class folks, an experience that presents her with stark impressions of England’s class system.

Housing affordability crisis deepens as majority now locked in for 30 years - www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk - Britain
manchestereveningnews.co.uk
17.05.2024 / 15:11

Housing affordability crisis deepens as majority now locked in for 30 years

Being able to get a mortgage and buy your own home is becoming an increasingly distant dream for many people. With high house prices and interest rates on mortgages remaining upwards of five per cent, even those on above-average salaries are struggling to get a foot on the housing ladder.

Brits issued heart disease warning as UK at risk of being 'left behind' - www.dailyrecord.co.uk - Britain - Beyond
dailyrecord.co.uk
17.05.2024 / 09:35

Brits issued heart disease warning as UK at risk of being 'left behind'

The UK could be "left behind" when it comes to heart disease research, according to a warning from a leading charity.

Working class make up less than 10 percent of film and TV workers, study reveals - www.nme.com - Britain
nme.com
15.05.2024 / 18:33

Working class make up less than 10 percent of film and TV workers, study reveals

Channel 4, also showed that a similar disparity is present in the music and performing arts sector, with just 16 per cent coming from working class communities, as opposed to almost 65 per cent from middle or upper class backgrounds.A lack of diversity has also been reported in other categories, with data showing that 90 per cent of those working in the arts are white, and nearly 70 per cent of people in managerial positions are men, with only 1 per cent of those being Black.The study reveals that although such class-based patterns are not new, they actually show a decline in working class people making a living in the entertainment industry.A spokesperson for the UK government responded to the report, saying they are committed to “growing a creative sector with opportunities for all, creating new pathways into the industry through training and education.”Labour, meanwhile, announced last month that they would reform the school accountability framework in an effort to ensure that arts subjects are considered of comparable value to sciences and humanities.Keir Starmer, the party’s leader, vowed to place culture “at the core” of his government if he were to win the forthcoming general election.

McDonald's removes iconic feature from Happy Meal boxes for first time ever - www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk - Britain
manchestereveningnews.co.uk
14.05.2024 / 11:23

McDonald's removes iconic feature from Happy Meal boxes for first time ever

For the first time ever, McDonald's has removed the smile from millions of its Happy Meal boxes in restaurants across the country. The move aims to communicate to children it is okay not to be happy all the time, helping spark family conversations about emotions during Mental Health Awareness Week (May 13 to 19).

Five skin cancer symptoms you should look out for when checking your body - www.dailyrecord.co.uk - Britain
dailyrecord.co.uk
13.05.2024 / 14:51

Five skin cancer symptoms you should look out for when checking your body

Health experts have revealed five red flag signs of skin cancer that you should be watching out for when checking your body.

Race to Erase Raises $1.5 Million for MS Research With the Help of Natasha Bedingfield, A Great Big World and Caroline Rhea - variety.com - Los Angeles - Chad - county Nicholas
variety.com
13.05.2024 / 06:41

Race to Erase Raises $1.5 Million for MS Research With the Help of Natasha Bedingfield, A Great Big World and Caroline Rhea

Nicholas White Hollywood’s support for Race to Erase MS kept rolling into its 31st year Friday at the Fairmont Century Plaza in Los Angeles, helping the Nancy Davis-led charity raise $1.5 million to multiple sclerosis research. The night’s headlining musical act, Natasha Bedingfield, played a medley of hers and others’ songs, including her 2000s-era hit “Unwritten,” which was recently given a new life in “Anyone but You,” and Bill Withers’ “Lean on Me,” which she sang alongside Davis and friends. Bedingfield was introduced by Casey Affleck.

Famous Scots DJ's teen son died after complaining of mysterious leg pain - www.dailyrecord.co.uk - Britain - Scotland
dailyrecord.co.uk
11.05.2024 / 10:55

Famous Scots DJ's teen son died after complaining of mysterious leg pain

The son of an iconic Scots DJ tragically died after complaining of a mysterious leg pain.

Simple lung cancer 'finger test' can check for early red flag sign of disease - www.dailyrecord.co.uk - Britain
dailyrecord.co.uk
10.05.2024 / 09:53

Simple lung cancer 'finger test' can check for early red flag sign of disease

Health experts have said lung cancer can be stopped at its earliest stage if you spot something in a simple 'finger test'.

Harry and Meghan's 'hidden truths' to be exposed in new German documentary - www.dailyrecord.co.uk - Britain - Los Angeles - California - Germany - city Windsor
dailyrecord.co.uk
08.05.2024 / 09:19

Harry and Meghan's 'hidden truths' to be exposed in new German documentary

A bombshell documentary from Germany is set to cast a new light on Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, promising to unveil previously undisclosed details about the couple. The high-profile project for ZDF network will refocus attention on the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.

Scottish scientists examining role of DNA in development of bowel cancer - www.dailyrecord.co.uk - Britain - Scotland
dailyrecord.co.uk
06.05.2024 / 04:47

Scottish scientists examining role of DNA in development of bowel cancer

Scottish scientists are hoping to find a way to "shoot the messenger" that allows cells to grow in the wrong place in the bowel, which can lead to cancerous tumours.

Titanic submarine 'implosion' may have been caused by 'micro-buckling', expert claims - www.dailyrecord.co.uk - Britain - Canada - Houston - county Rush
dailyrecord.co.uk
04.05.2024 / 17:43

Titanic submarine 'implosion' may have been caused by 'micro-buckling', expert claims

The doomed Titan submarine may have imploded due to "micro-buckling" after multiple dives eroded its exterior, an expert has claimed.

Scientists discover immune cells that 'hunt down' cancer in the body - www.dailyrecord.co.uk - Scotland - London
dailyrecord.co.uk
03.05.2024 / 20:23

Scientists discover immune cells that 'hunt down' cancer in the body

Scientists have made a discovery that could help bring about new treatments for advanced breast cancer.

Gatehouse author's new book looks at child's life in 19th century Scottish highlands - www.dailyrecord.co.uk - Britain - Scotland - county Highlands
dailyrecord.co.uk
03.05.2024 / 08:25

Gatehouse author's new book looks at child's life in 19th century Scottish highlands

A Gatehouse author’s new book looks at the life of a young girl in the Highlands at the end of the 19th century.

‘Bridgerton’ Creator Chris Van Dusen to Adapt Elle Kennedy’s ‘Girl Abroad’ for TV With A24 and Pacesetter - variety.com - London
variety.com
02.05.2024 / 15:51

‘Bridgerton’ Creator Chris Van Dusen to Adapt Elle Kennedy’s ‘Girl Abroad’ for TV With A24 and Pacesetter

Ellise Shafer “Bridgerton” creator Chris Van Dusen is adapting “Girl Abroad,” the novel by bestselling author Elle Kennedy, into a TV series with A24 and Pacesetter producing. The book, published in February, follows 19-year-old Abbey Bly, who jumps at the chance to study abroad in London in order to get some distance from her overbearing retired rock star father. The rights were acquired in a competitive situation.

‘Daytime Stands Up’ Livestream Event Features Daytime Drama Stars Raising Funds For Cancer Research - deadline.com
deadline.com
02.05.2024 / 13:40

‘Daytime Stands Up’ Livestream Event Features Daytime Drama Stars Raising Funds For Cancer Research

Stars from the world of daytime drama television past and present will come together for a first-of-its-kind livestream event, Daytime Stands Up: A Benefit for Stand Up to Cancer … We All Have a Story.

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