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Brummie accent named least trustworthy in the UK, study reveals3h Updated Brummie accent named least trustworthy in the UK, study reveals
Daily Mail
The Brummie accent has been found to be the least trustworthy accent in the UK, while those with a Yorkshire accent are the most likely to be trusted, according to a recent poll.
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Australian women are now turning their spaces into incredible gin stations in the kitchens4h Australian women are now turning their spaces into incredible gin stations in the kitchens
Daily Mail
Rather than having coffee machines and tea boxes on show, Australian women are now arranging stylish gin stations in their kitchens.
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5h 10 of the best... Pussy bow blouses
The Guardian
Add a shot of autumnal glamour to your wardrobe with our pick of this season’s best pussy bow blouses
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5h Updated We love... Fashion fixes for the week ahead - in pictures
The Guardian
Sustainable brand Tomorrow’s charity T-shirts, Nick Cave unveils his online curios shop and Alex Monroe teams up with Raven Smith on a collection of non-gender jewellery
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6h Guide to puffer coats and jackets - in pictures
The Guardian
Lightweight and functional, cool and cosy, a puffer is perfect for layering, or for making a fashion statement on its own. Many of the current crop make a bid to add environmentally conscious to the mix, too
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Sophie Wessex wraps up warm in a brown coat as she drives a horse and carriage15h Sophie Wessex wraps up warm in a brown coat as she drives a horse and carriage
Daily Mail
Sophie Wessex, 55, cut a casual figure as she took to the reins and drove a horse and carriage in the grounds of Windsor Castle today.
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Savvy homeowner gives dated living room a modern makeover for £2, 00015h Savvy homeowner gives dated living room a modern makeover for £2, 000
Daily Mail
Jennifer Wynter, 30, from Bracknell, has told how she gave her tired-looking living room a modern update for £2, 000 - using supplies from Wickes, Homesense and Ikea.
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Woman who developed rosacea aged 19 finds relief from her redness in a concealer made with capers17h Woman who developed rosacea aged 19 finds relief from her redness in a concealer made with capers
Daily Mail
Danielle Daly, 26, from Birmingham, who has suffered with rosacea since the age of 19, has claimed she's found relief from her redness in a concealer made with capers.
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Family of five who travelled 25,000 kilometres across Australia share what life is like on the road17h Family of five who travelled 25,000 kilometres across Australia share what life is like on the road
Daily Mail
Sam and Melissa Griffiths travelled around Australia in a bus with their three young children between August 2019 and March 2020. During the seven months the family travelled 25,000 kilometres.
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Taxidermy goes wild! New picture book showcases wonderfully weird anthropomorphic wildlife17h Taxidermy goes wild! New picture book showcases wonderfully weird anthropomorphic wildlife
Daily Mail
Picture book Taxidermy Goes Wild! showcases bizarre taxidermy scenes from around the world, including two gophers falling in love and baby rabbits studying at school.
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Quiz: How well do YOU know your fast food?18h Quiz: How well do YOU know your fast food?
Daily Mail
A tricky fast food-based quiz, created by UK-based Breville, has challenged the nation to identify illustrations of different popular fast foods. So, can you name all 13?
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Luxurious flat in development popular with celebs goes on sale for £900,00019h Luxurious flat in development popular with celebs goes on sale for £900,000
Daily Mail
The four-bedroom flat in Grade II listed Princess Park Manor in Barnet, north London boasts three marble-effect bathrooms, a large walk-in wardrobe and a terrace overlooking the 30 acres of grounds.
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Mother who quit corporate job to pursue art selected by Saatchi Gallery to exhibit at START art fair20h Mother who quit corporate job to pursue art selected by Saatchi Gallery to exhibit at START art fair
Daily Mail
Naomi Wallens, 44, of Clerkenwell, East London, ran her own company inventing toys for girls before ditching corporate life to pursue art.
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Beauty queen, 26, dropped to 6st after battling an invisible illness20h Beauty queen, 26, dropped to 6st after battling an invisible illness
Daily Mail
Christine Constantine, 26, of Old Swan, Liverpool, dropped to six stone as she battled invisible illness gastroparesis, which stops her stomach from processing food properly.
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Which cosy coat REALLY keeps out the cold? Winter jackets are put to the test21h Updated Which cosy coat REALLY keeps out the cold? Winter jackets are put to the test
Daily Mail
BETH HALE put a selection of High Street coats to the ultimate test by wearing them in the freezer at ice-sculpting experts Icebox, where the temperature dips to minus 12c.
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21h The best new sustainable razors | Sali Hughes
The Guardian
These independent disruptor brands deliver quality, environmentally kind shaving products – for men or women There’s a good chance that you have bought something from a disruptor by now. You know the sort of thing: a mattress that came, not on a lorry from a department store, but rolled up in a box from a website selling nothing else. Maybe you no longer buy your laundry detergent from Asda, but in pods that are delivered each month, through your letterbox, while you take an exercise class on the Peloton app instead of joining a gym. These are companies using the internet to challenge the way we shop for everyday goods and services – and now they’ve gone and disrupted my legs. But let me first say that I am made angry by razors. They are ugly, plasticky, environmentally unhelpful and make the shower look messy. And the privilege of owning one – or at least, a perennially sharp one – seems, to me, to be extortionately expensive. Enter
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Liverpool student reveals the issues he has with his £151-a-WEEK accommodation23h Updated Liverpool student reveals the issues he has with his £151-a-WEEK accommodation
Daily Mail
TikTok user Mrlandi shared a clip highlighting the issues with his £151-a-week flat at the Unite Grand Central complex in Liverpool city centre, including a leaky roof and a hole in the wall.
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