Coronavirus panic-buyers queue down the aisles at 6am and fill their trolleys despite new store restrictions

CORONAVIRUS panic-buyers were today queuing down the aisles at 6am to fill their trolleys – despite stores issuing strict rules and limiting customers to buy just three of each item. Footage filmed this morning shows hundreds of desperate customers lining up to pay for their items in Romford, East London, a day before the capital faces a total lockdown. ⚠️ Read our coronavirus live blog for the latest news & updates Others pictures showed hundreds of people queuing to get […]

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Irish teacher in coronavirus-hit China says life is returning to normal after lockdown brought country back from brink – The Sun

AN Irish kindergarten teacher in China has told how lockdown "does work" as cases there have spiraled and she can see hope on the horizon. Katie Hayes, 27, from Cork spoke to Irish radio station Red FM from her home in Harbin, Heilongjiang as China slowly returns back to normal. ⚠️ Read our coronavirus live blog for the latest news & updates 8Katie insists lockdown really does work, RSVP Live reports: "Ireland needs to shut the country down, otherwise it’s […]

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Extra help for 4million prepayment meter customers to prevent coronavirus cutting energy supplies off – The Sun

MORE than four million prepayment meter customers are being given extra help to prevent the coronavirus cutting off their energy supply. From today, customers with prepayment meters who aren't able to leave their home to top up will be able to ask their supplier to keep them connected, the government has announced. ⚠️ Read our coronavirus live blog for the latest news & updates It could include sending someone else to top up their card, having a pre-loaded gas or […]

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People are putting Christmas lights up to ‘keep hope’ during self-isolation

Over the past few weeks, many people all over the world have felt uneasy about the uncertainty of the coronavirus outbreak. So far it's affected more than 220,000 globally, with a number of countries announcing total lockdown to help control the spread. Those who have been stuck indoors have found a very special way of keeping hope – by putting up their Christmas lights. As no one really knows when COVID-19 will stop spreading, householders around the world have shared […]

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Kingdom season 2 explained: Does ending prove the plague has evolved? Fans spot clue

Kingdom fans were left shocked by the cliffhanger ending of the second season on Netflix, which saw the young King (played by Kang-Hoon Kim) seemingly infected once again. However, some viewers have been wondering whether the fact the worm was seen travelling to his brain confirms the disease has evolved once more. South Korean hit series Kingdom has been keeping fans gripped ever since Netflix released the second season earlier this month. The second outing of the hit zombie thriller […]

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Virginia Giuffre slams Ghislaine Maxwell for 'playing the victim card'

Jeffrey Epstein accuser Virginia Giuffre slams ‘sadistic’ Ghislaine Maxwell for ‘playing the victim card’ as the pedophile’s ‘madam’ stakes a legal claim to his $636 million estate Epstein accuser Virginia Giuffre has slammed Maxwell for suing his estate ‘You are a vile, sadistic creature not worthy of calling a human being,’ she said Giuffre accused the former British socialite, 58, of playing the victim card  Jeffrey Epstein’s ‘madam’ Ghislaine Maxwell is trying to get cash from the dead child molester’s estate […]

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Tricky multiple choice test puts your knowledge to the test

How good is YOUR general knowledge? Tricky multiple choice quiz tests you on geography, history and culture A tricky new Playbuzz quiz puts the nation’s general knowledge to the test Creators collated 15 multiple choice questions including history and culture  Claim many fail to answer all of them correctly, despite saying it’s ‘super easy’  A tricky new online quiz is putting the internet’s general knowledge to the test – but do you think you have what it takes to complete […]

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Why There's Major Drama in the TikTok Hype House

December marked a new collaborative effort between various TikTok creators in the form of Hype House. A group of influencers banded together to live in a Los Angeles mansion under the leadership of Thomas Petrou, a YouTuber. The past two months have thrust the Hype House into the spotlight as something for a new generation of content makers similar to Team 10 for YouTubers. They make content, share it, work together, and earn money. Those who keep up with the […]

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What is white fragility and should you be offended by it?

Are you offended by the words ‘white fragility’? If so, you’re not alone. Lots of people find it uncomfortable, upsetting or even offensive to be reminded that they are ‘white’ – but this reluctance to acknowledge race or ‘see’ colour, is actually a symptom of this fragility. White fragility is the defensiveness, awkwardness and anger that some white people display when confronted with matters of racism. Sometimes, the discussion of racism becomes more about comforting a white person (who may […]

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Why the iPhone 12 could leave Samsung Galaxy S20 and Huawei Mate 30 Pro in the dust

Apple announces a swathe of new products throughout the year (the firm just revealed a new MacBook Air and iPad Pro as a great case in point), but it’s the unveiling of new iPhones that really gets Apple fans feverish with excitement. As is tradition, Apple is expected to unveil its newest edition of the iPhone, presumably set to be branded iPhone 12, in September. At least one member of the iPhone 12 series has been rumoured to come with […]

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