10 ways to cut back your household spending right now

10 ways to cut back your household spending right now

A household budget can be like a leaky bucket of water. Things may appear OK on the surface but perhaps there are some holes you hadn’t noticed, which are allowing the precious contents to escape. And with many people’s finances under additional ...
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The greatest Wimbledon finals

The greatest Wimbledon finals

With Wimbledon 2020 finals meant to take place this weekend, we take a look at some of the greatest matches to have taken place in the Open Era.
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What to expect when recovering from coronavirus

What to expect when recovering from coronavirus

There have recently been calls for scientists to carry out more research into the long-term side effects of Covid-19. We take a look at how the disease can still cause problems after the initial recovery period.
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Civilian life: 100 days since Harry and Meghan left the royal family

Civilian life: 100 days since Harry and Meghan left the royal family

One hundred days has passed since the Duke and Duchess of Sussex quit as senior working royals. Take a look at some of the things they've been up to.
What is the bubonic plague?

What is the bubonic plague?

While China appears to have reduced coronavirus cases to near zero, other infectious threats remain, with local health authorities announcing a suspected bubonic plague case in the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region. Plague can be fatal in up to 90...
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What is community transmission of Covid-19?

What is community transmission of Covid-19?

Public health authorities in many countries are concerned about community transmission of the virus that causes Covid-19. But what is community transmission – and how can it be prevented?
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The story of Jacinda Ardern

The story of Jacinda Ardern

Jacinda Ardern is the youngest world leader, being sworn in as New Zealand's prime minister in 2017, aged just 38, and in doing so she has shaken up world politics and leadership styles.
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What is China's new security law for Hong Kong?

What is China's new security law for Hong Kong?

China has passed a new security law for Hong Kong, which many fear marks a significant erosion of the city's limited democratic freedoms. Here are all the key points regarding the changes to come.
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Missing Wimbledon? Enjoy these greatest moments

Missing Wimbledon? Enjoy these greatest moments

Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the Wimbledon Championships will sadly not go ahead in 2020. It is the first time since 1945 it has had to be postponed, with the last reason being World War II. So, what better time to reflect on some of the biggest ...
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Will the Boeing 737 Max fly again?

Will the Boeing 737 Max fly again?

The Boeing 737 Max has been banned from taking to the air since March 2019.
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What does going to a bar look like now?

What does going to a bar look like now?

As more countries begin to ease out of their respective Covid-19 lockdowns many bars are now able to reopen after a long absence. However, while taking a sip of a pint will remain the same, the process of buying one will feel very different.
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Rumour Mill: Latest rumblings from the Premier League

Rumour Mill: Latest rumblings from the Premier League

A look at the latest transfer rumours from the Premier League as Liverpool lock horns with Manchester City in a battle to acquire Napoli centre-back Kalidou Koulibaly.
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Rumour Mill: Latest rumblings from the Premier League

Rumour Mill: Latest rumblings from the Premier League

A look at football rumours in the papers as Manchester United look intent on bolstering their squad.
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Kate's lockdown wardrobe

Kate's lockdown wardrobe

We take a look at some of the Duchess of Cambridge's lockdown wardrobe. Kate has maintained her stylish looks while making online calls during the coronavirus pandemic.
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The trouble with England rugby fans' anthem Swing Low Sweet Chariot

The trouble with England rugby fans' anthem Swing Low Sweet Chariot

Swing Low, Sweet Chariot has been the England rugby union team’s unofficial anthem for at least three decades but now the Rugby Football Union launched a review into the song's links to slavery. The RFU has decided many fans are unaware of the an...
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Why do people take a knee?

Why do people take a knee?

Take a look at the history behind he poignant stance that has recently been adopted globally by the Black Lives Matter movement. The gesture has become the peaceful protest symbol at protests against the death of George Floyd.
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Marcus Rashford: In profile

Marcus Rashford: In profile

We take an in-depth look at Manchester United player Marcus Rashford.
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History of protest in America

History of protest in America

Across history, protest has shaped societies in monumental ways, it has been an age-old method for the public to air their outrage in a public forum moving on mass to make clear their views are echoed by many. Activism in the United states has ...
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Grab the remote and easy chair: Here's when sports are back

Grab the remote and easy chair: Here's when sports are back

A look at which professional sports are set to resume on what dates
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A timeline of Prince Andrew's involvement with Jeffrey Epstein

A timeline of Prince Andrew's involvement with Jeffrey Epstein

The Duke of York has offered on three occasions to be a witness in the Jeffrey Epstein sex trafficking case, according to a statement from Andrew’s lawyers. Here is a timeline of the duke’s relationship with Epstein.
Black Lives Matter: A history of the movement

Black Lives Matter: A history of the movement

The Black Lives Matter movement has made headlines recently for protests in cities across the world. Here we look at the movement's history and aims.
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Who are Antifa that President Trump blames for protests?

Who are Antifa that President Trump blames for protests?

On May 31, US President Donald Trump said the US would designate the anti-fascist movement Antifa as a terrorist organisation. But who are the protesters – and what do they want?
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Rumour Mill: Latest rumblings from the Premier League

Rumour Mill: Latest rumblings from the Premier League

Timo Werner, Moussa Dembele and Willian are the footballers rumoured to be on the move in the latest transfer rumours from the media.
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Dave Rennie: New Wallabies coach

Dave Rennie: New Wallabies coach

Dave Rennie leaves behind the Glasgow Warriors to become the Wallabies' new head coach.
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Space and race: A look at 1969 vs 2020

Space and race: A look at 1969 vs 2020

We take a look at the 1969 Apollo 11 mission which took place against a backdrop of the York race riots, and the 2020 SpaceX launch while protesters clash with police across the United States over George Floyd's death.
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