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Drinking, cooking, brushing wrong per obscure Government advice

You might be consuming tap water incorrectly. Additionally, you might be cleansing your teeth and boiling your potatoes improperly. Unknown government advice urges us to alter our tap water consumption to reduce the risk of encountering potentially hazardous substances.

Virgin Radio weekend host Graham Norton to quit

Prior to joining Virgin Radio, the presenter had spent ten years on the airwaves during her thirteen-year tenure with Radio 2. Graham Norton has decided to resign from his position as the weekend presenter of Virgin Radio. Norton delivered the unexpected announcement on Saturday morning, informing his audience of his desire to reclaim his "weekends" after thirteen years of radio hosting.

Polling reveals growing Labour lead in ‘sea wall’ seats

The Conservatives trail Sir Keir Starmer's party by a significant margin in numerous coastal constituencies across England and Wales. New research indicates that Labour enjoys a substantial lead in coastal communities and cities.

In Red Sea oil slick from Houthi ship, US warns of ‘disaster’

The United States military has issued a dire environmental warning in response to the oil spill in the Red Sea caused by an attack on a cargo ship by the Houthi militants of Yemen. On 18 February, the UK-owned, Belize-flagged bulk carrier Rubymar was hit by multiple missiles from the Iran-aligned group. It was en route to Bulgaria via the Bab al-Mandeb Strait, which connects the Gulf of Aden to the Red Sea, after leaving Khor Fakkan in the United Arab Emirates.

Trump claims criminal cases boost black support

In South Carolina, before the Republican primary on Saturday, the former President of the United States stated that African Americans had "embraced" his photograph. Donald Trump has claimed that the "discrimination" evident in his four criminal cases has boosted his support among African Americans.

Wendy Williams thanks fans post-dementia, aphasia diagnosis

Former talk show presenter Wendy Williams has expressed her gratitude to her audience for their support following her diagnosis of dementia and aphasia. Williams, aged 59, conveyed "immense gratitude" for the "love and kind words" received, stating that the response had been "overwhelming."

Dahomey doc wins Berlin for looted art film

The Berlin International Film Festival's top award has been awarded to "Dahomey," a documentary by Franco-Senegalese director Mati Diop that examines the thorny issues surrounding Europe's return of plundered antiquities to Africa. The seven-member panel's selection for the Golden Bear award was unveiled by Kenyan-Mexican Oscar winner Lupita Nyong'o at a gala ceremony held in the German capital on Saturday.

US and Britain bomb over a dozen Houthi sites in Yemen

To defend Red Sea shipping, this is the fourth joint Anglo-American strike against the militant group. In retaliation for an increase in Houthi attacks on vessels in the Red Sea and Gulf of Aden, the United States and the United Kingdom have targeted over a dozen Houthi locations in Yemen.

Rafah apartment targeted by Israeli air attack kills seven

Israeli forces have killed at least seven Palestinians, including a minor, in Rafah, the largest city in the southern Gaza Strip, in their latest deadly assault on the beleaguered Palestinian populace. On Saturday, an Israeli airstrike targeted a residential building housing the Shahin family, along with Abu Hamra and Abu Sultan family displaced persons, according to the Palestinian state news agency Wafa.

Pete Doherty: Libertines singer announces Type 2 diabetes

Although he claims to have improved his health after giving up "the main poisons," the Libertines frontman disclosed that he is afflicted with diabetes. Pete Doherty disclosed that he has been diagnosed with type 2 diabetes, compounding his other persistent health complications. Over the years, the 44-year-old guitarist and vocalist of The Libertines has been candid about his struggle with alcohol and drugs.

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Coinage of George Michael unveiled by the Royal Mint

Unveiled by the Royal Mint is a new collectible coin bearing the image of the late pop icon, George Michael. Michael, who was born and raised in Hertfordshire, and Andrew Ridgeley, a fellow student at Bushey Meads School, established the group Wham! An engraved headshot of Michael, sporting his signature eyeglasses and the chorus from his song "Faith," comprise the collectible.

Urgent regulations needed to prevent space race war

To avert a nuclear war triggered by the 'Wild West' competition for space resources, the international community needs immediate regulations, warned a British expert who contributed to NASA's Mars mission.

Meta forms team against EU election disinformation

Marco Pancini, Head of EU affairs at Meta, stated that the "EU-specific Elections Operations Centre" would bring together experts from across the company to tackle misinformation, influence operations, and threats stemming from the misuse of artificial intelligence.

Arsenal player David Raya trains XL bullies to protect his property

In England and Wales, it became illegal to own an XL bully dog without an exemption certificate at the beginning of this month. Reports indicate that Arsenal goalkeeper David Raya has been protected by an XL Rottweiler dog after several footballers' homes were reportedly targeted by criminals.

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