I'm a money-saving mum – here are 2 ways I keep my family staycations cheap | The Sun

KEEPING a UK holiday cheap can be difficult when planning a break for the whole family. A mum has explained how she makes it much more affordable when booking a staycation. Jenna Carr has teamed up with Verdant Leisure – here are her two top tips for keeping costs down. Look for low-cost, child-friendly entertainment  “Consider destinations with lots of free things to do. Whether […]

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Cash-strapped Barcelona have only paid Man City £2.6MILLION of the £48.4m transfer deal they agreed for Ferran Torres | The Sun

BARCELONA have paid Manchester City just £2.6million of the £48.4m fee they agreed for forward Ferran Torres, it has been revealed. The Spaniard, 22, left the Etihad to join the Catalan giants back in January. A deal was struck despite Barcelona's well-documented financial crisis. And they then went on to sign Raphinha, Jules Kounde, Robert Lewandowski, Franck Kessie, Andreas Christensen, […]

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Tropical Storm Ian insurance losses projected to reach $40 billion

video Hurricane hunter Maj. Kendall Dunn on flying through Ian: ‘Life-changing experience’ Hurricane hunter Maj. Kendall Dunn shares his experience flying through the eye of the Hurricane Ian. Tropical Storm Ian is poised to become one of the most expensive weather catastrophes in U.S. insurance history.  "While it's too early to tell what the damage projections will be, many of […]

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Welcome to the renaissance of female rage

Written by Chloe Laws Female rage is finally being heard, and not just on the fringes, but through mainstream TV, film and literature.  I was asked recently when I last allowed myself to get angry. Properly angry, in an uncontrolled, justifiable but not exactly justified way. I didn’t have an answer because I don’t remember.  I remember times I’ve been […]

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Joe Alwyn and Margaret Qualley Have a Steamy Love Affair in ‘Stars at Noon’ Trailer

A24 has released the official trailer for its upcoming Claire Denis-helmed romantic thriller “Stars at Noon,” starring Margaret Qualley and Joe Alwyn. The film first premiered at the Cannes Film Festival in May. The two-hour film follows a young American journalist (Qualley), who falls for a mysterious Englishman (Alwyn) while stranded in Nicaragua. Though at first he seems like her […]

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Coca-Cola, Molson Coors launching Topo Chico Spirited canned cocktails

video AppHarvest CEO Jonathan Webb: Food supply chain is ‘incredibly vulnerable’ AppHarvest CEO Jonathan Webb explains how he uses technology to combat the strained food supply chain and grow food year-round on ‘The Claman Countdown.’ Molson Coors Beverage Company is expanding its partnership with Coca-Cola with the launch of Topo Chico Spirited, a line of spirit-based, ready-to-drink cocktails. According to […]

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The Ford F-Series Super Duty is a $15 billion truck

video Ford unveils new 2023 F-Series Super Duty Fox News Digital Automotive Editor Gary Gastelu discusses Ford’s redesigned trucks for 2023. The Ford F-Series Super Duty is a heavy hauler that hauls in the cash for Ford. Ford reports total U.S. sales for the F-Series that combine the F-150 and Super Duty lines, but said the Super Duty alone generates […]

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Edward Burns Bridge and Tunnel Canceled by Epix After Two Seasons (EXCLUSIVE)

Epix has canceled its Edward Burns-produced dramedy “Bridge and Tunnel” after two seasons, Variety has learned exclusively. Set in the early 1980s, the half-hour show revolves around a group of recent college grads setting out to pursue their dreams in Manhattan while still clinging to the familiarity of their working-class Long Island home town. Written, directed and produced by “Saving Private […]

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