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People with arthritis urged to lose weight and exercise under new NHS plan

People with arthritis are being urged to lose weight and exercise as the main therapies for their condition. New NHS guidance from the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (Nice) says people who are overweight should be told their pain can be reduced if they shed the pounds. Meanwhile, aerobic exercise such as walking, as well as strength training, can ease symptoms and improve quality of life. Starting exercise […]

todayApril 29, 2022 7


497m damage bill for Storms Dudley Eunice and Franklin

Insurers expect the bill for damage caused by Storms Dudley, Eunice and Franklin that hit much of the UK during February to amount to nearly £500 million. Around 177,000 claims have been made for damaged homes, businesses and vehicles, with total payouts of £497 million predicted, according to the Association of British Insurers (ABI). Of these claims, 169,500 relate to property damage, costing around £473 million. There were also 7,522 […]

todayApril 29, 2022 8


First European semi final for 46 years ends in defeat for West Ham

West Ham were unable to rise to the occasion in their first European semi-final for 46 years, as they slipped to a 2-1 defeat to Eintracht Frankfurt. David Moyes’ side were left to rue defensive errors which allowed Frankfurt to take the lead inside the opening minute at the London Stadium through Ansgar Knauff’s header. The Hammers were able to draw level inside the first half, with Michail Antonio bundling […]

todayApril 29, 2022 9


MPs urge Government to set up body to tackle fraud

The head of an influential group of MPs has said the Government might have missed an opportunity by not bringing fraud investigations into one law enforcement agency. Mel Stride, who chairs the Treasury Select Committee, said that ministers had dismissed calls from his group to create a new agency. The proposals would also have put the responsibility for fighting fraud under one Government department, rather than being split between several. […]

todayApril 28, 2022 6


Metas first quarter profit and daily users eclipse Wall Street expectations

Facebook parent Meta’s first quarter profit and its count of daily users jumped past Wall Street’s expectations despite the company’s slowest revenue growth since going public a decade ago. Meta cut a sharp contrast with Google parent Alphabet, which on Monday reported what analysts called disappointing earnings, with profit below Wall Street’s expectations. Google also reported a revenue growth slowdown, but for Meta this appeared to have been mitigated by […]

todayApril 28, 2022 7


It is a dangerous scoreline Jurgen Klopp knows Liverpool still have work to do

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp insists “nothing has happened yet” despite a 2-0 Champions League semi-final win over Villarreal giving them a significant advantage for next week’s second leg in Spain. The scoreline did not reflect the pattern of the game, which Klopp’s side dominated from the first minute to the last in what was a more comfortable tie than they could have expected. But after a goalless first half, in […]

todayApril 28, 2022 8


Truss calls for allies to back Ukraine as its fate remains in the balance

She is delivering a speech at the Mansion House in the City of London on Wednesday night The West must prepare for the “long haul” to ensure Russia’s defeat in Ukraine, Foreign Secretary Liz Truss will say as she calls for allies to increase defence spending and supply tanks and warplanes to Kyiv. In a major speech, Ms Truss will argue that Vladimir Putin’s invasion of Ukraine shows the need […]

todayApril 27, 2022 5


Spirit of Britain departs Port of Dover as PO restarts freight services

The Spirit of Britain has left the Port of Dover, in Kent, as P&O Ferries resumed Dover-Calais sailings for freight customers on Tuesday evening. The vessel was detained by the Maritime and Coastguard Agency (MCA) on April 12 after safety issues were found, but was cleared to sail last Friday. The ferry company sacked nearly 800 seafarers with no notice on March 17, replacing them with cheaper agency workers. P&O […]

todayApril 27, 2022 16


Kelloggs to challenge Government in court over new food rules

Kellogg’s is reportedly mounting a legal challenge against new Government rules that would stop some of the company’s cereals being prominently displayed in food stores. The new regulations come into effect in England in October and restrict promotion of food and drink that is high in fat, salt and sugar. In a statement reported by the BBC, Kellogg’s said it had “tried to have a reasonable conversation with Government” without […]

todayApril 27, 2022 23