Daily Express
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Daily Express - Finance
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AFTER making its mark with parents, personalised tags and gifts producer Labels4Kids is pressing ahead in the care home, super yacht and sports club markets.
BBC News 24
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parents and children were doing exactly that last Monday, when they were deliberately targeted by a suicide bomber. People are going to live in fear, aren't they? Really? I do, yes. We have just been to hotel and parked our.
Plymouth Herald
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Children in Plymouth could have a substantial wodge of cash in the bank without they or their parents realising.The last Labour government introduced the Child Trust Fund, which gave children £250 when they were born - and a further £250 when they turned seven.Low income families also received double payments from the Government, which means youngsters aged between seven and 15 could have as much as £1,000 stashed away.Even if parents have never opened a Child Trust Fund...
Global News
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Video of a 10-year-old boy being launched off a water slide and skidding on the pavement in California is acting as a warning for park-goers and parents as water park season approaches.
Politico
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The president also told stories of fallen troops, and specifically recognized Andrew Byers, who died in Afghanistan protecting an Afghan soldier and U.S. troops after running through a hail of bullets to rescue them. Byers' parents, David and Rose Byers were in the audience and recognized by Trump. Trump also recognized Christopher Horton, whose wife Jane was present at the ceremony. Their stories are now woven into the soul of our nation, into the Stars and Stripes of our flag and into the beating hearts of our great, great people, Trump said. In addition, Trump also honored the Unknown soldiers, saying that they fought and died in a greet and noble act. Though Trump didn't explicitly mention the fight with the Islamic State, he said, Today a new generation of American patriots are fighting to win the battle against terrorism.
TIME - Top Stories
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The interview was conducted by mental health campaigner Alastair Campbell, who shares a common cause to tackle the taboo around mental health. His Royal Highness was photographed for the magazine with The Duchess, Prince George and Princess Charlotte by Norman Jean Roy at Kensington Palace in April. The full interview and photographs will be published in GQ later this week. A post shared by Kensington Palace (@kensingtonroyal) on May 29, 2017 at 2:36am PDT I could not do my job without the stability of the family. Stability at home is so important to me, he said. I want to bring up my children in a happy, stable, secure world and that is so important to both of us as parents. And part of his family includes his mother. He said he wished she could have met his wife, Princess Kate Middleton, and his children, 3-year-old George and Charlotte, 2.
Nottingham Evening Post
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Four local nurseries have been named as some of the best in the East Midlands. The Top 10 Nursery Awards has listed those considered the best by parents.The parents rated the nurseries on a website called daynurseries.co.uk and the information is collected and then highest rated nurseries are revealed. Among the nurseries on the list is Children's 1st nursery in Main Street, Long Eaton, and staff have celebrated the news. Manager Annemarie Alvey, said: Coming from our parents and...
BBC News 24
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Thank you. One week on from the atrocity at the Manchester Arena, Panorama hears from concert attenders and parents and investigate the community context and the extremist Islamist links behind the attack - that's at 8:30pm on BBC One
Mondoweiss
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Issa Qaraqe, director of the Palestinian Prisoners Affairs Commission spoke in a press conference on Sunday, 28 May in which he declared that “80 percent of the demands” of the prisoners were achieved in the strike, calling it “an important achievement to build on in the future on the basis of the protection of the prisonersrights and dignity.” Qaraqe reported on the major items agreed upon by the strikers with the Israeli prison administration, as noted by Palestinian lawyer Karim Ajwa, who met on Sunday morning with one of the strike leaders, Palestinian prisoner Nasser Abu Hmeid [19 points]: 1. Expanding access to public telephones in order to communicate with family members, in accordance with agreed-upon mechanisms, with continuation of dialogue on this issue as a priority for prisoners in all prisons. 2. Agreement was reached on a range of issues relating to family visits; first, lifting the security ban on hundreds of family members of Palestinian prisoners, ending the practice of returning visitors holding permits and refusing their visits at checkpoints, and lifting an unjustified ban imposed on more than 140 children who had been banned by the prison administration from visiting their parents.
InfoWars
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Evening Standard
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The Herald
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Daily Mail - Food
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A mum was left furious after being asked if she wanted a toy 'for a girl or a boy' while buying a Kids Meal. She tweeted that Burger King should have simply asked whether she wanted a car or a doll.
Scunthorpe Telegraph
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Hundreds of pounds could be found your child's trust fund, it has been revealed. Parents are being advised to check if their children are sitting on hundreds of pounds in hidden savings from a forgotten Government trust fund. Children aged from seven to 15 could have up to £1,000 in a Child trust Fund set up by the government but which parents have mislaid details to or forgotten their child was enrolled. The last Labour government introduced the fund which gave children...
Nottingham Evening Post
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Wouldn't it be great to discover your children have £1,000 sitting in a bank account you never even knew existed?It could be possible, thanks to a previous government.The last Labour Government introduced the Child Trust Fund account, where parents were given £250 to save for their child, and a further £250 on their seventh birthday.Children from low income families received double payments - so there could be £1,000 sitting pretty in a bank account somewhere, according...
Daily Mail - Home
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In a rare interview to mark her upcoming 40th birthday, Crown Princess Victoria explains that she began to put excessive pressure on herself once she took up a public role supporting her parents.
Lincolnshire Echo
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Trading Standards has warned parents of the dangers of the fidget spinning craze after a 10-year-old boy almost choked to death after swallowing part of the toy. Lincolnshire trading standards took to twitter to spread word of the the horrific incident which saw the youngster rushed to hospital. Fidget spinners have taken playgrounds across the county by storm but many have raised fears they present a risk to children due to their size presenting a choking hazard. Some schools in the UK...
Manchester Evening News
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Parents have praised police for speaking to little ones and telling them to not be afraid
Politico
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... They remember his warm, broad smile and his tendency to greet all in his immediate vicinity with a round of high-fives. ... They talk about how much fun he was, how he’d always show up to a party, how he’d always volunteer to be the butt of a joke. There was the time he sported a panda suit at work all day, or when a colleague came over to his desk to find him sitting there holding a cup of coffee and wearing a unicorn mask like it was just business casual. ... They also speak of a son — one who talked to his parents on the phone nearly every day — a brother, a boyfriend, and a friend. They say he was a thoughtful listener and a kind, solid midwesterner. He liked beer and Husker football, and he was the godfather to a cockapoo puppy named Archie.” http://nym.ag/2s6TDy3 THE OPPOSITION -- “Sanders revolution hits a rough patch : Bernie’s supporters struggle to capture the actual levers of power,” by David Siders in Sacramento: “[A] year after Sanderspresidential run fell short, one thing is missing in the afterglow — a reliable string of victories at the ballot box.
OK!
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Doctors have been warning parents to stop purchasing detergent tablets [Getty] This has lead Doctors to warn parents against purchasing these washing capsules, and turning to power instead. This is because young children are continuously eating the products, or even exposing their skin and eyes to the liquid. It is reported that this normally occurs when the child mistakes the common household item for a sweet. Netmums has reported that the study used the ...
ABC News - Queensland
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Harry Davies-Carr and his brother Charlie went viral when their father Howard, uploaded a video onto YouTube of baby Charlie having a nibble on his older brother's finger. When the video was first uploaded in May 2007, the two young boys became Internet stars overnight, notching up over 816 million views since then. Ten years on, Harry, 13, and his little brother Charlie, 11, are all grown up! The boys, along with their parents, joined Rylan Clark-Neal and Alison ...
Ashford Herald
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A Jewish family had stones hurled at them by a gang of teenagers on Minster beach in a 'racist' attack. The two parents and their five children, aged eight to 15, were playing on the beach on the Isle of Sheppey yesterday (May 28) before the reported attack at 4.15pm. It is understood that two boys and three girls, aged 16 to 18, ran towards the family throwing stones at them and shouting racist abuse. Read more: Take a look at the awe-inspiring lightning from last night's thunderstorm in...