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Christmas Lingerie 2016: 12 Fancy AF Sets To Make You Feel Like A Human Present

Christmas jumpers? Forget them. It’s what’s inside that counts, and by that we mean intangibly complicated festive underwear. Looking like the human equivalent of a Christmas present doesn’t have to mean donning a ‘body bow’. Please, do not do this. You are a good gift, a fancy gift, a gift worthy of being wrapped – extravagantly, delicately, seemingly-impossibly…

Liverpool Busker Confronted By Angry Woman Outside Primark Rescued By Supportive Scousers

A group of people who came to the rescue of a busker being harassed by a woman in Liverpool city centre have been praised for restoring people’s “faith in humanity”. Footage recorded at the scene shows a musician playing an electric guitar outside Primark when a woman approaches him, standing between him and his donations…

Meet Lucy Gavaghan, The Teen Who’s Trying To Make Tesco Stop Selling Eggs From Caged Hens

A 14-year-old who is campaigning to stop Tesco from selling eggs from caged hens has rallied more than 88,000 people to support the cause, yet the supermarket giant has failed to change their policy. Lucy Gavaghan, from Sheffield, started a Change.org petition after writing letters to stores was not successful. “I thought that a petition…

How To Administer Vitamin D To Babies: Guidelines From The NHS And Public Health England

France is suspending the sale of a vitamin D supplement after a newborn baby suffocated hours after being given it. The 10-day-old baby died at home on 21 December after being given the vitamin Uvesterol D, produced by Crinex, orally through a plastic pipette. France’s medical safety agency (ANSM) said it was the way the product…

NHS May Have Helped To Prevent A Recession-Related Spike In Cancer Deaths, Study Reveals

Hundreds of thousands of cancer deaths around the world may have occurred thanks to the recession – but the NHS may have meant Britons weren’t as badly affected. Unemployment and austerity were associated with more than 260,000 extra deaths of cancer patients in countries belonging to the Organisation for Economic Development (OECD), a study has shown….