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    An entire country village on sale for less than a flat in London has been REDUCED - and now costs just ?1.25m. The historic village is made up of 16 homes and was built for workers at a former slate mine dating back to the 16th Century. It closed as a working mine in December 2003 but the homes are still owned by Indigo Jones Slate Works. ? WALES NEWS SERVICE
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    If you’re familiar with our What I Rent series you’ll know that prices in the capital can be crazy, and buying is out of the question for many.

    The obvious solution – if your career and… Read the full story


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    You might remember the Cereal Killer Cafe from a few years back, as it courted controversy in the news when it was opened by two Belfast born hipsters, Alan and Gary Keery, in the Tower Hamlets borough of London.

    You might also remember the rapturous indignation and protests from performatively woke people who revelled in the idea that an independent business selling novelty, albeit overpriced, foods might be the cause of all of the many deep rooted problems that neoliberalism has long saturated us in, wildly oblivious to the many multinational corporations that riddle every British high street like acne who have and will continue to cause… Read the full story


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    Half of those who identify as gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, or queer in the workplace are not out to their managers or colleagues.

    A third went back into the closet when they started their first job, despite being out in their personal life or at school, college, or university.

    These are just some of the findings by Vodafone, which looked at discrimination in the workplace faced by people in the LGBTQ+ community.

    The mobile phone company conducted a social experiment, Equal At Work, to see how LGBTQ+ people fared against their… Read the full story


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    We know that money issues can take a huge toll on your mental health.

    Struggling with money is a source of extreme shame. It’s tough to ask for help.

    But money troubles can have more of an impact than feeling anxious about checking your bank balance.

    One in six people who have experienced money problems have experienced suicidal thoughts as a result, says new research by the charity Mental Health UK.

    Chris Lynch, from Chester said: ‘My debt problems began at around the same time as my mental health problems while I was at university.

    ‘I was drinking a lot and debts began to build. As I got into… Read the full story


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    This week Brittany Ernsperger shared a photo of piles of washed up pans on her kitchen counter. It’s been shared more than 188,000 times.

    That’s not because the pans themselves are anything special, but because of what those piles represent: An experience of depression that’s hit home for thousands of people with mental health struggles.

    ‘This is what depression looks like,’ wrote Brittany on Facebook. ‘No. Not the clean dishes. But that there were that many dishes in the first place; that I’ve gone 2 weeks without doing them.

    ‘3 days ago I sat on the kitchen floor and stared at them while I cried. I… Read the full story


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    Woodscombe Farm, Nomansland, Tiverton (Picture: Zoopla)
    (Picture: Zoopla)

    We’ve pretty much accepted that buying a house is a faraway fantasy.

    So we might as well dream big.

    Why ponder a studio flat you could never afford when you can gaze longingly at a Devon farmhouse on sale for £1.75 million?

    Sorry, we forgot to mention: That Devon farmhouse comes with its own aircraft hangar, in case you fancy flying around the countryside in a plane or helicopter.

    Woodscombe Farm in Devon is made up of a six-bedroom farmhouse, a two-bedroom barn, another barn, the aircraft hangar, and a few more farm buildings that have scope for development. So you’re getting quite a bit for that £1.75… Read the full story


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    ‘Get in bish, we’re going…floating?’ (Picture: Instagram/Andrew Greenbaum, Plastik Magazine)

    Yeah, flamingo pool floats are great but have you ever taken an inflatable pink coffin to the beach?

    Sometimes summer can get a bit much and you just want to hide from the world, and what better way to do that than climbing into a coffin?

    Not for your long sleep, mind, just a brief nap. The heat can really take it out of you.

    This pink inflatable coffin (with what appears to be a detachable lid) has been doing the rounds on the world wide web, and we’re here for it, to be quite honest.

    The coffin’s creator. Candadian designer … Read the full story


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    ‘I’ll have six more of those, please.’ (Picture: Getty)

    A huge study has shown that drinking coffee may actually help you live longer.

    Previous studies have also claimed that coffee can extend your life, but used small sample sizes, so we were a little sceptical.

    This one, however, analysed info obtained from a whopping 500,000 people. So, you know – we’re inclined to believe it.

    The paper was published by JAMA Internal Medicine and conducted by UK Biobank.

    Interestingly, it showed that even drinking just one cup a day was linked to a lower risk of early death, and even… Read the full story


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    You’re at home, at a friend’s house, or – horror of horrors – in a public place when it happens: Your child’s face goes red, their lip wobbles, and you can see exactly what’s about to happen.

    That’s right, it’s tantrum time.

    A tantrum is something every parent dreads. It’s emotionally draining, difficult to deal with, and can be embarrassing when it happens while you’re out and about.

    And while they may be more common in toddlers, any parent will tell you that tantrums aren’t limited to one age group – they can… Read the full story


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    It’s mind-blowing that being gay is still illegal in some countries (Picture: Getty)

    Despite it being 2018, we still appear to be living in the dark ages in some areas of life.

    Those of us who happen to fall in love with someone of the same sex, or be born in the wrong gender still face persecution, even in seemingly cosmopolitan cities like London.

    For some reason, some people are enraged by the idea of two men holding hands, or by two women raising a child – even though it doesn’t affect them in any way.

    Unfortunately, too many people are regularly subjected to both verbal and physical… Read the full story


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    Dating app, Tinder. (Photo: Thomas Trutschel/Photothek via Getty Images)

    Looking for the one has never been so easy. Just fire up your phone, a couple of swipes later and then bingo you’ve got yourself an evening at the cinema.

    Apps have revolutionised the way we approach dating, they have given the LGBT community spaces to connect and geography is no longer barrier to matching with someone. Yet, this revolution has left our understanding of HIV years behind the realities of living with the virus, leading to a spike in stigma and ignorance.

    A survey commissioned by Terrence Higgins Trust found that over one third of Brits would swipe left to reject someone who is… Read the full story


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    Pic by Caters News -(Pictured: Ponies, Albert and Ernie enjoy a spa treatment in Devon. Pic taken 29/06/2018) - These hot and bothered ponies have been treated to a pamper day - including face masks and a dip in the hot tub at this UK horse spa. Pampered ponies, Albert and Ernie, were ready to put their best hooves forward following the session which was set up by their owner, Emma Massingale and took place in the back garden of her Devon home. SEE CATERS COPY
    Emma had to cut the cucumber lengthways to fit the ponies’ eyes (Picture: Caters News Agency)

    Look, we know life can be a bit hectic… Read the full story


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    (Picture: Sam Mellish/In Pictures via Getty Images)

    Actually going out and paying for drinks? In this economy?

    If you’re going to make an effort to head to a bar, it’d better be good. By which we mean, obviously, ripe with Instagram opportunities.

    If there’s no palm print wallpaper and excellent cocktail glasses, we might as well hit up a Wetherspoon, am I right?

    To help you find those gram-worthy bars and never waste time at a dull cocktail spot again, Central London Apartments has analysed which bars in London have been shared on Instagram and hashtagged the most.

    As with the most Instagrammed beaches list, it’s worth noting… Read the full story


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    Summer sales are the best for getting the last bits you need for your holidays (or staycation).

    The UK high street is on it right now with some brilliant sales, and you can get everything from clothes to homeware to wine.

    Here are the sales you can bag a bargain at, as well as some of our hottest picks.

    M&S

    File photo dated… <a href=Read the full story

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    NHS mental health care gets a lot of bad press.

    Mostly, it’s for good reason – telling people to talk about mental health to break the stigma is all well and good, but we need a service that can cope with the number of people that need help.

    Mental ill health accounts for 28% of the overall disease burden yet receives just 13% of NHS funding. This shows itself in long waiting lists and people getting lost in the system, resulting in unnecessary prolonged distress and sometimes, suicide.

    However, amidst the chaos, there are NHS staff working tirelessly to help us get better. It often seems unfair that they’re lumped in with all the bad press – it’s not their fault that our government chooses not to spend our taxes on the mental wellbeing of its own people.

    I’ve had some terrible NHS mental health experiences but I’ve also had some really good ones –… Read the full story


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    Illustration for period blog Piece by Yvette Caster - Title 'My Womb Says Hi' Credit: Illustration by Liberty Antonia Sadler
    (Picture: Liberty Antonia Sadler/Metro.co.uk)

    Period pain.

    It’s something most women will experience for the majority of their lives, and for me, it’s the most inconvenient, annoying part of being female.

    I basically have to block out ten days a month, where I’ll experience back pain, sore boobs, terrible skin, mood swings and crippling stomach cramps that make it hard to sit up, move, or focus on what I’m doing.

    It makes working near impossible and, for the last 13 years, it’s been the bane of my existence.

    Until now.

    In recent months, I’ve moved in… Read the full story


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    Contrary to what you see on the front pages of magazines and on celeb mums’ Instagrams, it’s entirely normal to have a body that doesn’t match your pre-pregnancy bod immediately after giving birth.

    That’s an important thing to remember, because the pressure to ‘bounce back’ is immense – it can leave new mums feeling like failures if they’re not super slim and toned a few months after carrying around and pushing out a tiny human.

    Naomi Davis, the blogger behind Love Taza, wants to break down the pressure to drastically change your body after giving birth.

    As a mum of five, Naomi knows the postpartum body drill.

    She’s shared a photo of… Read the full story


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    Secretly breastfeeding: Feature - women are scared to breastfeed in public
    Mothers are shamed for everything from what they eat to whether they breastfeed and where they do so (Picture: Phébe Lou Morson for Metro.co.uk).

    Another day, another headline promoting impossibly high standards of motherhood, and trying to guilt-trip us all into thinking that if we don’t live our lives to exact specifications, we will irreparably damage our children in some way.

    Yesterday, Harvard released a research paper that claims if mothers just follow ‘five healthy habits’, they will ‘significantly’ cut the risk of their child or children becoming obese.

    These include ‘healthy eating’ (whatever that means… Read the full story


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    Lowri Jones, of Llangefni, whose daughter Celyn's hair went green from dye on a bobble. Credit: Daily Post Wales Payment to Reach Publishing Services Ltd PO Box 2003 39 Old Hall Street Liverpool L69 3FR
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    Primark is investigating their bobbles after a little girl’s hair was dyed green when wearing one of the hair ties.

    Four-year-old Celyn Jones had her hair tied up with a dark-coloured bobble from a pack bought at Primark when she spent some time splashing in the paddling pool.

    Around 20 minutes later, her mum, Lowri Jones, noticed that Celyn’s blonde hair had turned bright green.

    ‘I took the bobble out and the green dye just… Read the full story


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    If there’s one thing that can unite us, it’s Ikea’s Swedish meatballs (which aren’t actually Swedish, FYI).

    Football does the trick when it comes to bringing England together, but it doesn’t do much for international relations.

    So it’s handy, then, that to deal with any animosity brought on by the World Cup Ikea is launching a special deal on their meatballs in honour of the Sweden vs England game.

    If you pop into Ikea today, Saturday 7 July, all day from 11am, you’ll get a free plate of English fish and chips when you order a plate of Ikea’s meatballs (you can choose the veggie balls or… Read the full story


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