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As Simone Biles bows out of the Olympics, she opens up a necessary conversation
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Thirty-five years ago, on July 28 1986, Suzy Lamplugh vanished while working as an estate agent in London. Her disappearance shocked the nation, and remains one of the most talked about missing person cases in Britain. Sadly, Suzy was never found; she was presumed murdered, and declared legally dead in 1993. Her devastated parents, Paul and Diana, set up the Suzy Lamplugh Trust shortly after their daughter’s disappearance to ensure women’s personal safety was made a public policy priority. This
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Jelly sandals are a controversial trend. Alongside Crocs and Tevas, the ‘90s staple is one of the “ugly” shoes tiptoeing from celebrities’ closets to the streets. Back in 2020, Alexa Chung’s second collaboration with Juju featured jellies, and Gucci released rubber slide sandals earlier this spring. More recently, brands from Hush Puppies to Zara have come out with their own versions. With the re-emergence of ‘90s and ‘00s styles, jelly sandals have also found their way into our collective psych
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It appears incongruous but the industrial heritage of North Wales has just been named as the UK’s 33rd Unesco World Heritage Site. The award reflects the international significance of Welsh slate in "roofing the 19th century world". It’s the fourth site in Wales alongside the castles of Edward I, the Blaenavon industrial landscape and the Pontcysyllte Aqueduct near Llangollen. It’s a well-deserved accolade. This is a boost for British heritage, too, after Liverpool was stripped of its Unesco sta
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'Obesity, diabetes and sedentary lifestyles in younger people are rising quickly'.
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You don't have to be a fan of 'Love Island' to know that fire pits and log burners are in.