ITV
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.. It's a camel. We are very blessed here. An amazing view. A lot of you think it is a television set. It is live, arctic thriller Fortitude. It is on Skype arctic thriller Fortitude. It is on Sky Atlantic. But first, the thought of losing your hair as you get older can be a daunting prospect for anyone. But imagine what it must feel like to lose your hair as a child. Amaliah Knight was just 10 when she was diagnosed with alopecia and lost all of her age of 10.
Techradar - Reviews
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67 (5.40, AU$8.80) a month. Privacy You don't have to look far to find Anonymizer's logging policy, as it's proudly displayed on the VPN plan summary: "ZERO Logging None, no records of ANY of your online activity". No ambiguity there. Searching for further detail in the small-print takes a while, mostly because it's around 13,000 words long. A lot of this is because Anonymizer includes OpenVPN, OpenSSL and other licence agreements in the text, but that's little consolation when you're scrolling, and scrolling, and scrolling down the page wading through it all. When we did find privacy references they generally confirmed the no logging policy: "Anonymizer keeps no record of internet protocol addresses visited attributable to your account", and: "Anonymizer cannot correlate other than in real time any individual user with a visit of any individual website.
The Sun Daily
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THIS film is based on a book of the same name written by Patrick Ness and illustrated by Jim Kay. It is, in turn, based on an original idea by writer Siobhan Dowd, who was suffering from a terminal illness. It tells the story of 13-year-old Conor O’Malley (Lewis MacDougal) who inadvertently calls upon a yew tree monster (voiced by Liam Neeson). The monster promises to tell the boy three true stories, after which Conor must tell a story of his own – a confession. The book serves as an effective tale for children and young adults on coping with grief and loss. It tells about Conor who has to deal with a lot of pain, including a terminally-ill mother (Felicity Jones), a strict grandmother (Sigourney Weaver), and an absent father (Toby Kebbell). In the movie, the story still feels like reading a book, which is not to say that it is bad, just jarring.
BBC News 24
7 minutes
Since the election he has used the word movement a lot, he has talked about representing the movement of people and he has tried to use some terms of inclusiveness and unity but he hasn't given up some of the fighting and the spats and picking fights on Twitter and choosing things to support and is declaimed.
Western Daily Press
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If your child fancies dreams of nothing more than performing on the stages in the West End, their journey could begin a lot closer to home in Yeovil. The Yeovil School of Musical Theatre is a monthly workshop, which will launch on Sunday, February 5. It offers wannabe stars aged between 10 and 18, the very best in professional training. YSMT works on the belief that the younger a performer begins honing their skills the easier their future training will become. It aims to give all its...
Auto Express
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This is his 1984 Cadillac Fleetwood Seventy Five Presidential Limousine, a forerunner of the bulletproof beasts that Obama and Trump are transported in. The 4-door car was rear-wheel drive with a 6.0-litre V8 engine mustering a modest 140hp. That certainly doesnt should like a lot of thrust to shift this 6,205mm long, 2,161kg limo. Dwight D. Eisenhower - 34th President of the US 1953 Cadillac Eldorado Convertible Image 10 of 13 Image 10 of 13 This is US President Dwight D. Eisenhower, who is said to have been a keen car enthusiast, enjoying his inauguration on January 20 1953. The car is a 1953 Cadillac Eldorado Convertible, the first generation of this noble model line that would go on to have ten generations, with the last Eldorado Convertible going out of production in 2002. Needless to say, the Mk10 didn't have the panache of Dwight D's wheels.
BBC News 24
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I was struck by the link to our report a few moments ago, looking at things that people might not know about the businessman turned president. That is very much the transition, but where in all of that is the politician? Is that something he will have to learn, those political done a lot of outreach as of yet and when he has it as not been as well received as he would have liked but I suspect he is going to win his speech talk more about the movement aspect.
Techradar
10 minutes
Counting your calories is a sure fire way to lose weight, but it's a bit of a faff isn't it? The Calorie Counter MyFitnessPal app makes watching what you eat easier than ever. A huge database of food is at hand to help you log your meals, and an excellent barcode scanner makes it simple to log your food throughout the day. Along with calories, the nutritional information of various food and snacks is recorded and you can set goals to help you keep you on track, making it a whole lot easier to choose a clementine over a chocolate bar. Endomondo - Running & Walking bills itself as the only personal trainer you'll ever need, and it's a pretty darn accurate claim. No matter what sports or fitness activity you perform, this app will track your progress and give you information on speed, distance, calories burnt and more. You can keep a training diary to view your progress and set workout goals and challenges to help keep you motivated.
Evening Standard - Sport
11 minutes
Chelsea have rejected a £10m offer from Bournemouth for keeper Asmir Begovic and will take a lot of convincing to sell him this month.
BBC News 24
11 minutes
Certainly when it comes to lesbian, gay and bisexual community, they have held a dance party outside the house of Mike Pence because they fear their rights will be eroded. A lot of people are eroded -- a lot of people are worried because they don't know what to expect, Donald Trump has never held political office so they are unsure of how we will proceed.
Mirrorspectrum
11 minutes
It is believed that President Bush knows a lot about UFO classified information. I know some. I know a fair amount. — George Bush replying in 1988 to a question about UFOs while campaigning to become President. I am very careful in public life about dealing with classified information. — Bush in 1988 debate with Dukakis Of all the Presidents that have been faced with the UFO problem, George Bush seemed, on the surface, to be the best qualified President to have been given the secret. He spent a year as Director of Central Intelligence, the head of the entire United States Intelligence Community for President Ford.
Beijing Bulletin
12 minutes
Voice Of America
13 minutes
"That red button," she said. York, Pennsylvania That guy [Trump], he knows a lot of tricks. He is smart, he is a businessman. And if you want to do something great for this country, he will do it," said Greek-American Yani Pripas, who came to the U.S. in 1975. Owner of Greek Super Foods at the York Central Market, he voted for President Barack Obama twice, but this year he went for Trump. What he wants is for Trump to make life in America like it was in the 1970s. "People, they used to be happy. They had money. It was not as many strangers in this country," he said. On the day before the inauguration, a daily lunch group convened at the market in downtown York. The group was a mixture of Republicans and Democrats and included attorneys, a sheriff and business owners. They meet and talk about their lives, their community — and today, for VOA, their politics.
Voice Of America
14 minutes
He pledged to pull American troops from Iraq and Afghanistan, support the creation of a Palestinian state, close the controversial military prison at Guantanamo Bay, recognize Iran's right to peaceful nuclear power and back democratic change in the region. The speech was compared to Bush's "freedom agenda." But unlike Bush's widely reviled plan for transforming the Middle East, Obama's empathetic call for "partnership between America and Islam" won many Muslim supporters. 'New and fresh' Mohammed Baharoon, director general of the Dubai Public Policy Research Center, remembers watching the speech and being struck by its fresh language and tone. "[People] hadn't seen this kind of a president" before, Baharoon said."They saw a president who was down to earth, someone who was extending a hand. All of this was quite new and fresh." Akbar Ahmed, a leading scholar of Islam at American University in Washington, also watched the speech, but said "it created a lot of problems in my mind because I realized how eloquent, how visionary and how compassionate that speech was.
Sky News
15 minutes
I think the policies are misguided and I think that a lot of the things Donald Trump talks about in policy solution terms are missing the point. He rails against China and Mexico for taking jobs while saying nothing about the looming job killer, automation. He has a very much populist appeal, but the reality TV sound bites that carried him to the White House do not help with governing an extremely complex issue, and I think he will have a wake-up call in how difficult those problems are come this weekend.
Sky News
21 minutes
I think it's also relevant for Donald Trump. What can we look forward to, do you think? I think a lot of people are very worried about this inauguration. Let's keep in mind how it looks compares to eight years ago.
ITV
22 minutes
We're taking your calls now on the subject of random acts of kindness. A lot of kind people. We are happy to hear that. You have a son called Olly. How old is he? He is 10. What would you like to tell us? At Christmas, he found a ring in a shop and handed it in.
BBC News 24
26 minutes
It was very cold at the start of the day, -5 -6 in some places, but we have seen a lot of sunshine. A lot of sunshine in northern Scotland and in between there is an area of cloud. It will not produce any rain, but it will be dull.
ITV
26 minutes
I bet you are a kind lot out there. Looking forward to hearing those stories. Have you had many challenges? Sleeping is a bit of a nightmare. How do you get around that? You don't! First grey hair? Don't panic!.
Sky News
29 minutes
We have a lot of protest, that is the American way, the Trump administration has quite a mandate coming into the presidency. Not unlike what you saw when Tony Blair was elected Prime Minister.
OK!
32 minutes
Danny Cipriani defended ex Katie Price[Getty] Katie’s ex husband Alex recently spoke out about Katie’s role on the hit daytime TV show, claiming she “doesnt set a good example.” So when her former flame Danny Cipriani was asked about the former glamour model, whom he briefly dated in 2011, he jumped to her defence. The rugby player explained: “People want to hear her opinion. “Has she been a good mum? Yes I think a lot of people would say she has been. Katie ...
South China Morning Post
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ITV
41 minutes
This is really good because often if you have a lot of redness, people find that as you perspire and the day goes on, the redness or come through. By using a long-lasting foundation and just going over the top, we can see already... Do you always do foundation with a brush? Or fingers.
ITV
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There will be a lot of women watching her relate to that. Sometimes it is genetic. Other times it is new mums and people who don't sleep. What I have done is started work already this side on Sarah, just lifting those shadows. A good tip to start with is to use a primer. Particularly if your skin is moisturiser because Sarah has dry skin.