The ‘healthy’ habits that are actually harming your gut

The ‘healthy’ habits that are actually harming your gut

It is now estimated that at least 10% of UK consumers follow a gluten-free diet, while only 1% of the population is celiac. A 2016 University of Sheffield study surveyed over 10,000 people in 2012, by which time 13% were following a gluten-free diet. A similar survey in 2015 found that figure had risen to … Read more

‘Buy now, pay later’ under spotlight as high street banks muscle in

'Buy now, pay later' under spotlight as high street banks muscle in

High street lenders are in part being attracted by an apparent generational shift, among Millennials and Gen Z consumers, away from credit cards towards BNPL. Failure to adapt to changing consumer habits could lead them to reduce their future sources of income. Chris Taylor, Head of Consumer Lending at Virgin Money, says: “We are looking … Read more

Jarrad Branthwaite and Salomon Rondon sent off as Everton collapse to defeat against Brentford

Jarrad Branthwaite and Salomon Rondon sent off as Everton collapse to defeat against Brentford

OWhen the coach carrying the Brentford squad drives down Goodison Road ahead of Sunday’s game against Everton, the players on board will be in for a surprise. Along the street adjacent to Everton’s stadium, thousands of home fans will wave flags, light pyrotechnics, sing and shout. All around the pitch, it will be like this: … Read more

Massive wave of rail strikes spark fear for food supply

Massive wave of rail strikes spark fear for food supply

The planned rail reforms fall into four broad sections: pension reform, downsizing, striking new wage deals and plans to close hundreds of station ticket offices. A government source said: “There is a very strong feeling…that we need to create a sustainable rail system for the future. We need to create a railroad that works for … Read more

Netflix tells ‘woke’ staff to tolerate diverse opinions or find new jobs

Netflix tells ‘woke’ staff to tolerate diverse opinions or find new jobs

Netflix has told staff it must tolerate different viewpoints or find another job after the “woke” streaming giant suffered its first drop in subscribers in a decade. In a memo to employees, the company asked staff not to “censor” content they disagree with, even if they find it “provocative.” The warning shot comes after Netflix … Read more

‘I would have paid any price’

‘I would have paid any price’

In February last year she underwent a radical hysterectomy which, along with the removal of her uterus, included her fallopian tubes, cervix, part of her vagina and a large selection of pelvic lymph nodes. . His lymph nodes were, it turns out, clear. Such radical surgery meant she didn’t need chemo or radiation. She is … Read more

Deborah James honoured with damehood after inspiring nation to raise £3m for cancer charities in a week

Deborah James honoured with damehood after inspiring nation to raise £3m for cancer charities in a week

Deborah James has been honored with a femininity after inspiring the nation and raising over £3million for cancer charities in less than a week. Ms James, known for her BBC podcast You, Me and the Big C, revealed on Monday that she had entered end-of-life care for bowel cancer. Since then, hundreds of thousands of … Read more

Brendon McCullum likely to relax midnight curfew in first decision as England Test head coach

Brendon McCullum likely to relax midnight curfew in first decision as England Test head coach

“I believe in Brendon and Ben Stokes – a great manager-captain partnership. It’s time for all of us to buckle up and get ready to race,” England team manager Rob Key said. McCullum has resigned as coach of the Kolkata Knight Riders and will join England as soon as the franchise’s IPL season concludes, which … Read more

KPMG fined £14m for forging documents over Carillion collapse

KPMG fined £14m for forging documents over Carillion collapse

KPMG’s senior accountants falsified documents in an attempt to mislead regulators about botched audits at collapsed contractor Carillion. A court has found that six members of the firm’s staff created ‘fabricated’ meeting minutes to cover up procedural failings by Carillion, which became Britain’s biggest business failure in decades when it was went bankrupt in 2018. … Read more