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    A MUM-Of-FOUR has revealed the incredible transformation she gave her campervan. Lucy Carter, from the UK, moved into the mobile home with her family as they were redecorating their house. 8Lucy Carter, a mum-of-four, from the UK, shared the stunning transformation on TikTokCredit: @lucyjessicacarter/Tiktok 8The mum transformed the campervan to make it more homely while they lived there as they renovate their houseCredit: @lucyjessicacarter/Tiktok But the mum wanted to make sure it was still a nice place to live, so decided to redecorate the campervan - transforming it form drab to fab. She shared the transformation on TikTok, and people think it looks so good they say they wouldn't want to leave. Lucy did most of the decorating on a budget, using pieces form Matalan and H&M home to redo the families temporary home. She said: "We moved into a mobile home while we are renovating our house, I wanted to make it a nice place to be so gave it a makeover." READ MORE HOME TRANSFORMATIONSALL ABOARD We’re a family-of-8 & live in a double decker bus - people...
    A bride-to-be has angered her loved ones by charging them $99 to eat a 'banquet style feast' at her upcoming reception. One disgruntled guest took to Reddit to vent her frustration after receiving an invitation that claimed the couple was 'unable to afford' the catering costs. Adding insult to injury, the guest said the pair had made their wedding an 'adults only' event at a venue four hours drive away, meaning anyone attending would need to fork out for petrol, babysitting and a hotel room as well. The 'tasteless' move was blasted online, with critics saying they 'wouldn't even let the ink dry' before sending their refusal. A bride-to-be has angered her loved ones by charging them $99 to eat a 'banquet style feast' at her upcoming reception (stock image) The post began: 'Friend just invited me to her wedding next year, but on the invite it states "we are unable to afford the food, so it will be $99 per head banquet style". 'Oh it's also a four-hour drive away from us and kid-free so we need to pay...
    A close encounter between SpaceX and OneWeb satellites in orbit that could have ended in disaster was reported earlier this month, but the Elon Musk-owned company states the publicized event never took place. In a filing to the Federal Communications Commission, SpaceX accuses its rival of sounding the alarm when there was no potential danger. 'Despite recent reports to the contrary, the parties made clear that there was no 'close call' or 'near miss,' writes David Goldman, SpaceX director of satellite policy, suggesting both SpaceX and OneWeb came to the same conclusion. When asked about SpaceX claiming it was never an issue, Chris McLaughlin, OneWeb Chief of Government, told Daily Mail: 'They would say that wouldn't they,' adding 'they are now trying to cover their tracks, saying it is a pre-arranged maneuver.' He continued to explain that when OneWeb contacted SpaceX's team they said it would 'make a manual maneuver to ensure our satellite doesn't interfere with your satellite,' but then suggested it would be best not to do anything and let OneWeb fly its satellite. Scroll down for videos ...
    More than half of pet owners say they wouldn’t have gotten through 2020 without their animal companion. In a sample of 1,023 American pet owners who were surveyed between Dec. 22 and Jan. 4, a whopping 71% told Kinship Partners that "they could not have survived" the coronavirus pandemic if they didn’t have their pet at their side. PETS BOOSTING MORALE DURING CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC, STUDY SAYS Moreover, the pet care company found that 84% of "pet parents" said the pandemic showed them how much their pets improve their lives for the better. More than half of pet owners say they wouldn’t have gotten through 2020 without their animal companion, according to Kinship Partners. (iStock) Kinship Partners also found that pet parents shared similar beliefs with human parents, including the 62% who said their pet’s happiness was a top priority versus the 50% who said their pet’s health was a top priority. FACED WITH SHUTDOWNS, THE PET INDUSTRY GETS CREATIVE AMID THE PANDEMIC Similarly, 80% of pet parents said their pet deserves more of their time going into 2021. Another...
    Bestselling author and producer Stephen King is blaming President Donald Trump for a divided America, claiming that it is the president’s fault that the United States is the most divided it has been “since the Civil War.” Still, the It author says election polls could be wrong about Trump’s chances to win reelection like they were in 2016. In an op-ed for the left-wing Washington Post, the bestselling author said it was all President Trump’s fault that the country is so split today. “America is more set against itself than at any time since the Civil War, and Trump is the cause,” King wrote. “He’s not just an apple-cart kicker; he is that dangerous combination of low pressure and warm water around which hurricanes form. The polls say he won’t win, but they said it wouldn’t happen in 2016.” He added: “Trump’s core support has shrunk very little — and it has hardened. The MAGA contingent is an apolitical rock packed into a Republican snowball.” I wrote an op-ed for the Washington Post. Here it is. Thanks for reading.https://t.co/jxGh7H15CB — Stephen King...
    (CNN)Two grand jurors who heard the Kentucky Attorney General's Office presentation of the Breonna Taylor case say prosecutors were dismissive of their questions and that there was an "uproar" when jurors realized Louisville police officers wouldn't be charged with Taylor's death.The grand jurors -- who are choosing to remain anonymous, citing security concerns -- spoke to journalists by phone Wednesday evening along with their attorney, Kevin Glogower, and community activist Christopher 2X. They spoke about how their service on the Taylor case was unlike dozens of other cases they heard throughout their month of service."Was justice was done? No, I feel that there was there's quite a bit more that could have been done or should have been presented for us to deliberate on," Grand Juror 1, a White male, told reporters on the call. A timeline of Breonna Taylors case since police broke down her door and shot herJefferson County Circuit Court Judge Annie O'Connell earlier this month allowed grand jurors to speak about their service after Grand Juror 1 filed court documents suggesting public comments by Kentucky Attorney...
    (CNN)Susan Bailey, a 57-year-old retired nurse from Florida, has had all her jabs and gets a flu shot every year. She's a vocal Joe Biden supporter -- and one of a growing number of people globally who say they wouldn't take a coronavirus vaccine even if one becomes available soon."I'm not anti-vaccine. My kids were both vaccinated with everything, but I would not take a Covid vaccine today," Bailey told CNN. "I have underlying health issues ... I would want to see enough studies in a long-term period of what the ramifications are for the vaccine."Bailey said she doesn't trust US President Donald Trump, and that consensus around a vaccine among the world's top scientists and at least six months of testing would be just "a start" in persuading her to take it. "It's much too soon for me, I'd have to say, 18 months."Infecting volunteers with Covid-19 might speed up the race for a vaccine. But it could be riskyHer trepidation is echoed by a significant proportion of adults all over the world, who reject the extreme views of...
    (CBS Local) – The biggest question currently facing colleges and universities is whether they will allow students back on campus for the fall semester. And, if they do, what safety measures will need to be put in place as a result. According to a new College Reaction/Axios poll, students say they’d be fine with not partying as long as they’re able to return to campus. The poll found that 76% of students who responded will return to campus if they have the option, with 66% of those saying that they would attend in-person classes. In order to make that happen, 79% of those polled said they wouldn’t attend parties and 71% said they wouldn’t attend sporting events. While the poll found that students are eager to return to campus, there is still plenty of concern about coronavirus. 67% of those polled said that they would then leave campus if there was a major outbreak of the disease. A slim majority (54%) of students polled said that they would voluntarily download a contact tracing app. The poll surveyed 800 current college...
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