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HP recall 11 laptop models due to battery fire risk

HP recall 11 laptop models due to battery fire risk

HP has issued a worldwide recall of a number of notebook computers and mobile workstations due to a potential fire risk caused by batteries overheating. The recall affects the following laptops and mobile workstations: HP Probook 64x (G2 and G3), HP ProBook 65x (G2 and G3), HP x360 310 G2, HP ENVY m6, HP Pavilion […]

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The top 10 resolutions being made by workers this year

The top 10 resolutions being made by workers this year

Many of us view the New Year as the perfect chance to make a fresh start. In fact, almost half (45.6 per cent) of the nation’s professionals admit that they have made New Year’s resolutions for 2018. What’s more, more than three- quarters of those (77.2 per cent) revealed that they have made career or […]

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If your fitness resolve is starting to flag – power through, it’s worth it

If your fitness resolve is starting to flag – power through, it’s worth it

If your New Year resolution is to exercise more, you’re certainly not alone. A recent study from Comres found that 38 per cent of people want to do more to get fit in 2018, making fitness our top New Year resolution. Unsurprisingly, this increase in New Year motivation sees more and more of us signing […]

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The most-watched TV programmes of 2017 have been revealed

The most-watched TV programmes of 2017 have been revealed

The BBC has come out on top in a chart of the most-watched TV programmes of last year, despite losing The Great British Bake Off to Channel 4. That was largely thanks to Sir David Attenborough and an incredible array of marine wildlife, as Blue Planet II topped the chart with 14 million people tuning in for […]

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10 of Michelle Williams’s best performances

10 of Michelle Williams’s best performances

There has been an outraged reaction to the news that actor Mark Wahlberg was paid 1500 times more than his co-star Michelle Williams for re-shoots of upcoming Ridley Scott film, All the Money in the World. After Kevin Spacey was replaced with Christopher Plummer, it was reported that the film’s entire cast and crew took […]

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10 of Andy Murray’s greatest moments

10 of Andy Murray’s greatest moments

In a candid and typically humorous post on Instagram Andy Murray revealed this week that he had undergone surgery on his hip. The two-time Wimbledon champion now begins the long road to recovery. A little post op photo. I’m feeling really positive and looking forward to starting rehab. Thanks to everyone for the well wishes […]

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Costa have made a popular drink for children completely free

Costa have made a popular drink for children completely free

Say farewell to tantrums in the cafe as Costa Coffee is now offering free Babyccinos to customers with children. The Babyccino, a lightly frothed, warm milk in a tiny cup, previously cost 55 pence but as of today parents across the country will be able to treat their little ones to a child-friendly winter warmer. […]

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£3 Primark scarf compared to £347 Burberry example

£3 Primark scarf compared to £347 Burberry example

For shoppers with a Champagne lifestyle on a lemonade budget, keeping up with the latest designer trends might not be the easiest to replicate, however, Primark is now stocking a scarf that is being widely compared to a luxury designer garment. Primark The check navy scarf has white and red detailing and only costs £3.00, […]

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Just Eat slammed for introducing 50p charge on all orders

Just Eat slammed for introducing 50p charge on all orders

Takeaway food app Just Eat has been criticised for introducing a 50p service charge on all orders. The change was introduced on Monday, just days before new legislation banning credit and debit card surcharges comes into effect on Saturday. Previously, the online takeaway delivery firm levied a 50p surcharge on debit and credit card payments, […]

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How to stop the humble hedgehog disappearing from British gardens and countryside forever

How to stop the humble hedgehog disappearing from British gardens and countryside forever

Daniel Allen, Keele University When the humble hedgehog was crowned “Britain’s national species” in a BBC Wildlife Magazine poll and “Britain’s favourite mammal” in a Royal Society of Biology poll, no doubt, sentimentalised memories of Beatrix Potter’s The Tale of Mrs Tiggy-Winkle, played a role in swaying public opinion. Ecologist and author Hugh Warwick explained […]

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