'I usually always have physio every week as otherwise it can get too painful obviously with lockdown at the moment that is not an option. I genuinely have been using my @pranamat over the lockdown period to tackle my back pain and it helps a lot. … [Read more...] about ‘I’m becoming more comfortable in my own skin’: Helen Flanagan goes makeup free on Instagram as she hopes to be an example to her young daughters on being ‘real’
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Tevez unlicensed – Manchester United, 2009 Footballers love to splash the cash on fancy cars, though sometimes they apparently forget the basics needed to enjoy such luxuries. Police pulled over Carlos Tevez on the M60 near Stretford in February suspecting his white Bentley Continental GT Speed's windows may have been too dark. "They were tested at the roadside and found to be too dark, so a prohibition notice was issued to the driver," said a spokesman for Greater Manchester police. "When asked to provide his documentation, however, it was discovered that the driver did not have a full UK driving licence and was advised to arrange removal of the car. As he could not arrange this, the car was removed under Section 165 of Road Traffic Act 1988." The £140,000 car was duly impounded while an investigation into the 25-year-old Argentine's lack of a licence was launched. What made matters worse was that Tevez's team-mate, Cristiano Ronaldo, had been pulled up and fined for having … [Read more...] about Gluttony – part five
Super Size Me, though, proved prophetic in subject as well as style: Stunt journalism frequently involves fast food and extreme diets. A few months after the burrito piece, Cosmopolitan published "I Only Ate Pizza for a Week and I Lost 5 Pounds." Another reporter tried eating nothing but Chick-fil-A for a full 30 days, while a BuzzFeed contributor tasted 12 different brands of cat food. Sometimes the fast food industry's concoctions are so ghastly that merely sampling the latest item on the menu passes for a stunt. In 2015, for instance, Time, Fox News, The Washington Post, USA Today, Time Out and Newsweek all made a big show of tasting Pizza Hut's "hot dog-crusted pizza" monstrosity. (One wonders if the foods themselves are created to solicit exactly this kind of coverage for free advertising. It's not so far-fetched, considering Chilis made an Instagram-friendly burger bun.) More memorably, ex-Gawker writer Caity Weaver famously gorged herself on unlimited mozzarella sticks as part … [Read more...] about Are We Living in a Golden Age of Stunt Journalism?
The man says he is being investigated for his potential role in hacking Minnesota government and education websites back in June. At the time of the breach, a hacker going by the moniker ‘Vigilance’ said the move was in response to a not-guilty verdict against police officer Jeronimo Yanez, who faced manslaughter charges for shooting black motorist Philando Castile. Authorities have not yet pressed any charges around the hack, and the raid comes around three months since the intrusion. … [Read more...] about FBI Raids Suspect in Philando Castile Revenge Hack
Deliveroo has launched an NHS campaign to help our hero hospital workers. They are delivering 500,000 free meals to NHS hospitals across the country and providing £20 vouchers to NHS nurses to enjoy a meal at home. … [Read more...] about ‘I thought about not going to work – then I saw how much people needed food’
Prosecutors warn there is ‘evidence that does not support criminal charge’ in case of four cops accused of killing George Floyd as they say police can use a ‘certain amount of force - but not excessive’ Prosecutors have warned there is ‘evidence that does not support criminal charges’ in the case of four cops accused of killing George Floyd, as they say police can use a ‘certain amount of force - but not excessive’. … [Read more...] about Black man reveals he spent four days in hospital after cop involved in death of George Floyd ‘punched and kicked him until his teeth broke’ and was paid $25,000 in damages
Amazon's early success did stem from its pricing advantage, but the source of that advantage is more complicated than Dumaine allows. The company was able to undercut competitors' prices for many years because, unlike other businesses, it didn't have to worry about turning a profit. Stock market investors, dazzled by the Amazon story, supplied the company with cheap capital even as it racked up big losses. Many local mom-and-pop stores, struggling to make loan payments and meet the weekly payroll, never stood a chance. Even large, traditional retailers couldn't afford to match Amazon's prices. They had expensive stores to maintain, and their investors were not so indulgent. … [Read more...] about Book World: Keys to Amazon’s success: Price wars and big data