Say Yes to These Sweet Car-Themed Scrap Metal Engagement Rings

The owners of a scrap car comparison site in the UK have come up with a smart campaign leading up to the holiday season: engagement rings made from scrap car metal in the theme of your favorite car. Certainly a new way to show your eternal love, these rings are a declaration of adoration for a car or a person, […]

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Angela Rayner takes bitter swipe at Corbyn as she turns her back on former leader

We use your sign-up to provide content in ways you’ve consented to and to improve our understanding of you. This may include adverts from us and 3rd parties based on our understanding. You can unsubscribe at any time. More info Opening the party’s annual conference in Brighton, the deputy leader outlined Labour’s plan for government. Her speech focused heavily on […]

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World Cup to Qatar has improved workers rights – new report

World Cup: Qatar hosting 'not the right message' We use your sign-up to provide content in ways you’ve consented to and to improve our understanding of you. This may include adverts from us and 3rd parties based on our understanding. You can unsubscribe at any time. More info According to the independent sports think tank Fifa Ethics and Regulation Watch […]

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Elite CrossFit Athlete Josh Bridges 21-15-9 Workout Is All About Smart Pacing

If your current training routine has run a little stagnant, allow us to spice it up for you with a three-round, high-intensity workout straight from an elite CrossFit athlete. Josh Bridges, a retired US Navy SEAL and a six-time CrossFit Games athlete, recently shared one of his go-to sessions with Morning Chalk Up. Coming straight from Bridge’s ‘Pay Him 30 […]

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Delta variant of Covid-19 extinguishes Beta in South Africa, study shows

PRETORIA (BLOOMBERG) – The more infectious nature of the delta mutation of the coronavirus has seen it almost completely displace the beta variant in South Africa, the discovery of which led to widespread travel bans. A study, released by two South African genomics institutes on Sept 23, showed that the delta variant, first identified in India, drove a third wave […]

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We All Just Realized Mini's Taillights Are Pointing The Wrong Way

Turn signals shouldn’t be a big deal, right? After all, it literally only has one job to do, and that’s to indicate to other road users where you’re going. It’s simple, straightforward, and no fuss. However, there is a brand that gets it wrong, at least according to Jalopnik’s Jason Torchinsky. That brand is Mini. So what exactly is wrong […]

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Cadet, 21, ‘took her own life after alleged affair with instructors’

Two senior soldiers at the Sandhurst military academy are being investigated after allegedly having affairs with a female officer cadet before she hanged herself in her room. Olivia Perks, 21, was already a known suicide risk when the men embarked on affairs with her at the academy which was attended by Prince William and Prince Harry. Both the colour sergeant […]

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Long Hours, Low Pay, Loneliness and a Booming Industry

For 15 years, Yvette Dessin spent long work days with her elderly patients, accompanying them on walks, cooking them meals and bathing those who needed that most intimate kind of care. If a patient died, Ms. Dessin and her adult daughter attended the funeral services to pay their respects. Ms. Dessin worked up to 60 hours a week as a […]

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A Path to Financial Security That Doesn’t Lead to a 401(k)

Raul Duplessi became intrigued with the stock market nearly 15 years ago, when he landed his first job as a hotel doorman in Manhattan and a TV near his workstation played financial news on a continuous loop. But Mr. Duplessi, 36, a working-class native of the Bronx whose parents were from the Dominican Republic, wasn’t sure where or how to […]

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