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    A DISABLED grandmother has been left without a fridge and sink for weeks after her dream kitchen renovation turned into a “nightmare.” Lynda Deacon, 71, says that the disruption to her home in South Tyneside, Tyne and Wear, has caused her multiple sclerosis to cause her more issues. 2Lynda Deacon was left without a functioning kitchen for three weeks 2The pensioner was also concerned about the amount of rubbish piling up from deliveries The pensioner decided to splash out on the £25k kitchen refurbishment from Wren Kitchens after buying the property to be closer to her daughter Sarah. But she has been left without a washing machine, fridge and sink for three weeks and has been forced to drink water from her bathroom taps. The original kitchen was removed on May 9, but various items were missing leaving her without a functioning are for more than three weeks. Lynda has been left feeling “stressed” and unable to sleep, and hasn’t been able to have her granddaughter over because of the mess. READ MORE NEWSSICK ATTACK Schoolgirl, 13, ‘pinned down &...
    SOME of America's favorite retailers are shrinking in size - and stores could get even smaller in the future. The pandemic changed the way consumers shop and retailers, like Target and Kohl's, are trying to keep up with demand. 4Customers walking in and leaving a TargetCredit: Getty 4Starbucks is planning on releasing mini versions of its famed storeCredit: Getty Many of the shopping patterns seen during the height of the pandemic, like in-store pickup and delivery options, are here to stay, according to shopping experts at The Krazy Coupon Lady. It means US retailers, like Target and Macy's, are opening smaller locations that will primarily serve those who choose to shop online. Target The popular retailer has opened more than 100 "small stores" , which range from 12,000 to 40,000 square feet, and will offer primarily drive-up, pick-up, and delivery services. READ MORE IN LIFESTYLETALK SHOP I'm an ex-Walmart worker - our least favorite customers make unforgivable mistakeHOLIDAY SCHEDULE What to know about Target on Memorial Day in 2022 A regular Target store is 130,000 square...
    AJ ODUDU is bursting with excitement, fresh from presenting the UK’s scores for the Eurovision Song Contest live from Salford — the first time it’s ever been broadcast outside of London. “Doing Eurovision was a big deal, even though I was only on camera for 30 seconds. It’s the show I was allowed as a child to stay up to watch every year!” 6AJ Odudu is bursting with excitement, fresh from presenting the UK’s scores for the Eurovision Song Contest live from Salford 6AJ, who grew up in Blackburn, was thrilled to do it from Manchester Showing off pictures of her outfit, she laughs. “I had to wear heels to get in the zone, even though you only could see my top half.” AJ, who grew up in Blackburn, was thrilled to do it from Manchester — always keen to put the north on the map whenever she can. “Viewers were saying: ‘Wow, she shouted out Salford and Manchester.’ It’s just a split second, but to feel seen in that moment is so important for people. “They feel included in...
    Uvalde Mayor Don McLaughlin called for more mental health resources in places like rural Texas following the elementary school shooting that shook his town, with a gunman taking more than 20 lives. In a Fox News interview on Friday, the mayor said the U.S. government gives billions in foreign aid to “countries that don’t even like us,” while his town has struggled to find the funds to build a mental health facility that can service rural areas. According to the mayor, to get mental health treatment, most have to travel to bigger Texas cities like Austin or San Antonio. “You have to go to San Antonio or Austin. They are two and a half hours away and a lot of the families don’t have the ability to get there. We keep talking about mental health, treating the issue, and we need to quit talking about it,” the mayor said. “We give billions of dollars away to countries that don’t even like us. We ought to take that money and invest in our own country and build facilities.” McLaughlin’s comments somewhat...
    BRITS are swamping the NHS over fears that their rash might be linked to the monkeypox outbreak.  Health chiefs are urging those who are worried they are suffering from the virus to contact sexual health clinics rather than bombarding 111.  2Brits are calling 111 with fears their rash is the fast spreading virusCredit: Getty 2Where monkeypox has been reported in May Head of the UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA) Mateo Prochazka wants staff to be able to focus on handling other health queries.  Mr Prochazka told The Daily Telegraph: “Sexual health clinics are not just for gay and bisexual men. "Anyone can be seen in a sexual health clinic, regardless of gender, sexual orientation or identity. Everyone is welcome. “There are other potential routes of trying to get yourself into the system, maybe calling NHS 111, but this resource has been really overloaded with everyone calling who had a rash.” READ MORE MONKEYPOXVIRUS WARNING Monkeypox infections hit 106 & WHO warns this might be 'peak of the iceberg'PET FEAR Gerbils and hamsters may have to be PUT DOWN to...
    by Casey Harper A majority of surveyed American families are worried about inflation and are changing their summer vacation plans because of it, according to newly released polling data. The poll, from Echelon Insights, found that “75% of parents say they are concerned about the rising cost of everyday purchases like food or gas.” A steady stream of inflation data has shown prices on a range of goods and services, particularly energy and food prices, have hammered American families trying to make ends meet. The survey also asked, “Has recent inflation (increases in the price of gas, groceries, etc.) caused you to change any of your plans for what your children will do this summer?” In response, 57% of those surveyed said yes, and 37% said no. On top of that, 51% of families said they “changed or canceled plans for a family trip” because of inflation while 41% said they “changed or canceled activities for my children like camp or extracurricular activities.” Another 26% said, “I won’t be able to stay home with my children because I need to...
    San Francisco Giants manager Gabe Kapler has said he will stay in the team's clubhouse during the Star-Spangled Banner due to his displeasure 'with the direction of the country.' Kapler - the reigning National League Manager of the Year - announced the national anthem boycott while speaking to the press on Friday, and also on his blog, KapLifestyle.  'When I was the same age as the children in Uvalde, my father taught me to stand for the pledge of allegiance when I believed my country was representing its people well or to protest and stay seated when it wasn’t. I don’t believe it is representing us well right now,' Kapler wrote.  The Giants manager says the idea first came to him on Tuesday night when James Hetfield and Kirk Hammett from Metallica performed the anthem before their game against the New York Mets.  'On Wednesday, I walked out onto the field, I listened to the announcement as we honored the victims in Uvalde. I bowed my head. I stood for the national anthem. Metallica riffed on City Connect guitars,' he...
    Former President Donald Trump will today demand tougher security at schools and better monitoring of mental health but will say that the actions of a deranged gunman are no reason to take firearms from law-abiding citizens. 'The existence of evil in our world is not a reason to disarm law-abiding citizens—the existence of evil is one of the very best reasons to arm law-abiding citizens,' he will tell members of the National Rifle Association, according to excerpts of his speech obtained by DailyMail.com. He is due to deliver his speech at the group's annual meeting in Houston, Texas, where protesters spent the day demanding tougher restrictions on guns in the wake of the Uvalde school massacre. Nineteen children and two teachers were shot dead by an 18-year-old gunman on Tuesday. 'Each precious young soul that was taken is an incomprehensible loss—stolen from us by a malice that no words can describe,' Trump is expected to say. While President Joe Biden has signaled a fresh push on guns, Trump laid the focus elsewhere.  'While we don’t yet know enough about this...
    Beto O'Rourke urged protesters to break the opposition of Republicans to gun control by 'getting in their faces before another child is shot in face' outside the National Rifle Association meeting in Houston on Friday. Thousands of protesters assembled across the street from a convention center where former President Donald Trump was due to speak in favor of the Second Amendment. But O'Rourke, who is running to unseat Republican Greg Abbott as Texas governor, delivered an impassioned plea for action days after 19 children and two teachers were shot dead about 270 miles away in Uvalde. 'So I ask you for those of you in power and who hold office right now and were in the way and refuse to act: Please promise me you will get in their faces before another child is shot in their face,' he told protesters. The NRA event comes as the nation once again asks why a troubled 18-year-old could so easily buy two military-style weapons. A string of high-profile singers has canceled appearances at the NRA's concert on Saturday, and even Abbott -...
    A couple with a 21-year age gap have shared the details of their relationship – revealing how friends and strangers alike call their coupling 'creepy' and tell them to 'find people their own age'. Kat Lyons Berg, 34, and Robrecht Berg, 55, live in Colorado, and have been together for three years. The couple first met at a science fiction exhibition in 2019, where they immediately bonded over their shared love of cosplay.  Kat, an adult model and content creator, and Robrecht, who is a retired military man and a father-of-two, hit it off immediately with sparks flying on their first date, despite there being more than two decades between them. They have now been married for seven months and although the pair are very happy, they have been met with criticism from people who don't approve of their union - and have even Robrecht 'creepy' for marrying a woman who is so much younger than him.  A 33-year-old model who married a father-of-two 21 years her senior has hit back at critics who brand their age-gap relationship 'creepy' Kat...
    The Queen has a 'soft spot for Prince Harry' because of the 'tragic nature of his mother Princess Diana's death and his struggles to cope with it', royal biographer Andrew Morton has claimed. Speaking on Lorraine when promoting his new book, The Queen, the British author said Her Majesty, 96, would have recognised the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's need to make a life for themselves. However, Morton, best known for penning Princess Diana's authorised biography, added that Harry and Meghan Markle's decision to quit the royal family in 2020 and move to California was 'abrupt' and 'a lot of it was uncalled for'. The Queen has a 'soft spot for Prince Harry (pictured together in 2016 to promote the Invictus Games)' because of the 'tragic nature of his mother Princess Diana's death and his struggles to cope with it', royal biographer Andrew Morton has claimed The Princess Of Wales pictured with Prince Harry at Hyde Park in May 1995. Princess Diana died in a Paris car crash on August 31, 1997, aged 36 Speaking on Lorraine when promoting his new book, The Queen, the...
    EVERY bride dreams of her fairytale wedding dress - so imagine finally finding "the one", only to realise your future husband has returned it behind your back. That's the unfortunate situation one anonymous 29-year-old woman, who is from the US, found herself in. 1An anonymous woman, from the US, was horrified when her husband returned her dream dress behind her back. Pictured, stock imageCredit: Getty Taking to Reddit, the bride-to-be explains how she had recently been arguing with her fiancé, 33, over her chosen wedding dress. In the post, she writes: "This might sound cliché but ever since I was young I dreamed of having my own beautiful wedding dress. I can afford it but my STBH thinks it's not okay to waste a couple of thousands on a dress I'm only going to wear once - yes he might have a point there but for one, this is typical price for wedding dresses and two, because it's a once in a life time thing then why not make sure it's special?" She goes on to say that her soon-to-be...
    Family members of a ten-year-old Uvalde school shooting victim have slammed local authorities after claiming that they were initially told little Jose Flores Jr was alive when he had already died. The young boy was also killed in the shooting after attending the honor roll ceremony, where he was pictured triumphantly clutching a certificate celebrating the accomplishment. Uncle Christopher Salazar has now said that Jose's dad was 'lied to' and claims detectives initially made him believe his son had made it. He told the Daily Beast: 'They lied to him. They wanted some family members to comfort him while they told him his son was gone already. 'I got into an argument with the cops in there. I said, "I don't care if you lock me up or whatever. You lied to him. Telling him he's alive, he's alright..."'. Salazar added: 'They finally told him, "Look, are you OK to hear what I have to tell you? No, he did not make it.'"' The young boy was also killed in the shooting after attending the honor roll ceremony, where he...
    Elon Musk said a recession would be 'good' for the economy because it'll hurt work-from-home fans and 'foolish' business owners he believes deserve to go bankrupt.  The Tesla billionaire, 50 - who is worth $218billion - has never been shy about sharing his opinions on Twitter and said he thought a recession would be a 'good thing' when asked on Thursday.  '[Recession] actually a good thing,' he tweeted. 'It has been raining money on fools for too long. Some bankruptcies need to happen.  'Also, all the Covid stay-at-home stuff has tricked people into thinking that you don’t actually need to work hard. Rude awakening inbound!'  Elon Musk, 50, (pictured at the Met Gala) said a recession would be a 'good thing' because it has been 'raining money on fools for too long. Some bankruptcies need to happen'  Musk also said he thought the recession would last '12 to 18 months' and certain businesses deserved to go bankrupt  Musk may be referencing the multiple rounds of stimulus that was offered during the height of the pandemic to both businesses and...
    A Texas Department of Public Safety official said responding officers were cautious as they entered Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas because “they could’ve been shot.” Nineteen children and two teachers were murdered after authorities say an 18-year-old male entered with a rifle 12 minutes after he crashed a car near campus. The New York Times reported the shooter was inside the school for about an hour before officers finally breached the classroom he was in and shot and killed him. Reporters demanded answers during a contentious press conference Thursday afternoon. State law enforcement officials addressed the public a day after some parents with children in the school said they were prevented from going in by officers. One girl inside the room reportedly bled for an hour after she was shot. She died at a hospital. It is unknown if that hour might have saved her life. On Thursday’s The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer, the host discussed the Tuesday’s horrifying events with DPS Lt. Chris Olivarez. Blitzer asked his guest if officers at the scene made the correct choice to wait...
    Mark Sherwood, a Republican candidate for governor in Oklahoma, asserted that he is against all exceptions for abortion because he believes life begins "before" conception. "No life, even conceived in the most heinous or even less-than-ideal circumstances is a mistake," Sherwood told Real America's Voice host David Brody after revealing that his mother was likely a victim of rape. "As I sit here and talk to you, I can tell you unequivocally, even the people who are pro-choice are not mistakes. Everybody has a purpose." "So I believe life begins in God before it begins at conception," he said, noting that his "plan is to push the legislators on both chambers as per their Republican GOP stance in Oklahoma to present this bill to the houses with the people behind it." Sherwood insisted that he "will sign that bill because it's the right thing to do and we'll make it the law immediately to abolish abortion, no exceptions." The candidate admitted that women would continue to seek abortions even if the practice was outlawed. He compared illegal abortions to the...
    Those of us whose brains are hopelessly riddled with windmill cancer probably can’t see it, but there’s a clear line to be drawn between liberal things and other, seemingly unrelated, terrible things—like post-pandemic inflation that somehow seeped from President Joe Biden’s mind into the global economy or, you know, school shootings undertaken with AR-15s. Since the obvious answer for ending America’s unrivaled status as the world’s most popular mass-murderer theme park is to stop selling military weapons to disturbed 18-year-olds, that answer has to be vigorously ignored at times like this by the same people who are paid handsomely to ignore it all the rest of the time. Thus, we get tortured explanations like the following, from Republicans who need to continually trot out fresh bugaboos to keep their base from questioning the wisdom of putting assault rifles in the hands of teenagers. You see, it’s liberal teachers who did it—at least according to Republican hopeful Heather Ann Sprague, who helpfully posted some of her transphobic thoughts on Facebook in the wake of the tragic school shooting in Uvalde, Texas. Portland (Maine) Press Herald: A Republican candidate...
    (CNN)Jeff Bridges has a message now that he's on the other side of Covid and his cancer is in remission: "Love is the deal."The actor talked to People about contracting Covid last year while he "had a 12-by-9-in. tumor in my body. Like a child in my body.""Covid made my cancer look like nothing," he said of struggling for breath and being in extreme pain. "I couldn't even roll over in bed without calling the nurse to help me with the oxygen." His wife Susan said she wasn't sure he would survive, and Bridges worried the same. "I was pretty close to dying. The doctors kept telling me, 'Jeff, you've got to fight. You're not fighting,'" he said. "I was in surrender mode. I was ready to go. I was dancing with my mortality."Read MoreThe Oscar winner is now healthier, with a newborn grandson, a new puppy and a new TV show, "The Old Man." He also has a new lease on life. "Who would say 'I'd love some cancer,and give me a dose of Covid?,'" Bridges said. "But my...
    Moderna CEO Stephane Bancel announced his pharmaceutical company is throwing out millions of its COVID-19 vaccines due to a “big demand problem.” Bancel’s comments came while speaking on a panel at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, this week. “It’s sad to say I’m in the process of throwing 30 million doses in the garbage because nobody wants them. We have a big demand problem,” Bancel said. Bancel said Moderna has reached out to several countries to see if any governments wanted the vaccines but that the interest is not there. ARIZONA GOV. DOUG DUCEY SIGNS BILLS BANNING COVID-19 MANDATES “We right now have governments — we tried to contact … through the embassies in Washington. Every country and nobody wants to take them,” the Moderna chief said. “And so the challenge we have right now is very different to the one we had two years ago.” “The issue in many countries is that people don’t want vaccines,” Bancel added, specifically referencing the United States. CLICK HERE TO READ MORE FROM...