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24 May 19
Business Web

How do you use Switch Control on iPhone? With accessibility settings! Switch Control is an accessibility feature on iPhone and iPad that allows folks with limited mobility to have full use of their device with the help of ability switches and other adaptive devices. Items on the screen are sequentially highlighted and can be activated […]

24 May 19
vinceunlimited

Well firstly, and when I say firstly it means firstly after appointing all the cabinet postings, getting a new key for Number 10, thinking up a secure password for the Nuke buttons and popping over to see The Queen etc.  Firstly, I would need to do something about the most pressing issue of the day.  Brexit.

24 May 19
Business Web

Just days after it removed the Huawei Mate 20 Pro from the list of Android Q Beta devices, Google has updated the official Android website (via 9To5Google) to no longer include the Huawei P30 Pro or the foldable Huawei Mate X. Prior to Huawei’s US ban, the company’s smartphones were listed along just a handful […]

24 May 19
XeonAJ

We added a new section called Projects having a list of projects completed by us during our diploma studies.

24 May 19
GERGANA ARACHKOVA

Anyone has probably asked themselves at least once in their lifetime questions, such as “What is life?”, “What’s my purpose in life?”, “What’s the point of living?”. Needless to say the answers to this type of questions are various. People have been trying to give life a meaning for centuries, yet we cannot be sure […]

24 May 19
THE DIRECT PRIMARY CARE JOURNAL

“We see a lot of this … the Chamber comes in, writes a nice, short paragraph, maybe posts the picture on their Facebook page [if you’re lucky — or pay for it…] takes a snap shot of the ribbon cutting, and a few handshakes and weeks later … you’re left wanting more and wondering why […]

24 May 19
The Scottish Sun
OVER 600 pupils have been sent home for their own safety after anti-LGBT protesters stormed a Birmingham primary school. Headteacher Sarah Hewitt-Clarkson was forced to close Anderton Park Primary for the day after protests “escalated significantly” over the past week. Police were called to Anderton Park Primary School yesterday Hundreds of pupils were sent home Counter-protesters were pelted with eggs on Sunday, while Ms Hewitt Clarkson was bombarded with death threats this week. West Midlands Police Chief Constable David Thompson fumed: “Frankly, a primary school is no place for the continuance of a large scale protest, however lawful.” Birmingham City Council leader Ian ward added: “I support the extremely difficult decision that has been taken to close Anderton Park School at lunchtime on Friday. “This decision was not taken lightly but protests outside the school have escalated significantly over the past week and our first priority must always be the safety of pupils, families and staff. PROTESTS HAVE GOT WORSE “Birmingham City Council is continuing to work with the police to ensure that measures are put in place to support the Anderton Park community when school reopens on Monday June 3, and I urge parents to engage with the school if they have concerns about equalities education. “The staff and pupils of Anderton Park have shown remarkable resilience in the face of increasingly unpleasant protests over recent weeks. “I would like to thank Sarah Hewitt-Clarkson and all the school staff for their hard work and wish them a relaxing half-term break.” The protests are being led by Shakeel Afsar – who doesn’t even send his kids to the school. [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN NEWS” posts_category=”2″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] He accuses teachers of using “children as pawns” and “over-emphasising a gay ethos”. In May he was given a legal warning not to interfere with the running of the school. In heated scenes, Labour MP Jess Phillips last week accused him of damaging the reputation of Birmingham’s “peaceful and loving” Muslim community with his campaign against the school. The school has been at the centre of protests for seven weeks but they have escalated in recent days. Muslim parents say they do not want their children to take part in LGBT equality lessons. The protests are being led by Shakeel Afsar – who doesn’t even send his kids to the school We pay for your stories! Do you have a story for The Sun Online news team? Email us at tips@the-sun.co.uk or call 0207 782 4368. You can WhatsApp us on 07810 791 502. We pay for videos too. Click here to upload yours.
24 May 19
Local Pros

Morning Wonketariat! Here’s some of the things we may be talking about today. Attorney General Bill Bar has been granted “full and complete authority” to start declassifying government secrets about the Trump-Russia investigation after President Shit Fits threw a(nother) tantrum. In creating his new distraction, Trump tells all the intelligence agencies they must comply. The […]

24 May 19
Live and Fit

STRESS is powerful and destructive, toxic or negative stress being the worst. It can cause an enormous range of symptoms and well-defined illnesses, worsen existing diseases, increase your susceptibility to infectious diseases and psychological problems, and alter immune levels to dangerous degrees. It has taken the medical fraternity years to accept and acknowledge the fact […]

24 May 19
The Irish Sun
ARSENAL and Chelsea fans will be making their way to Baku for the Europa League final. Many have criticised the location of the final and fans have struggled to get tickets but for those going, just what will the weather be like for the match?   When is the Europa League final? The Europa League final between Chelsea and Arsenal will be held on Wednesday, May 29. It will take place in the Olympic Stadium, Baku, Azerbaijan. Kick-off is at 8pm UK time – that is 11pm in Azerbaijan. [article-rail-section title=”Most read in football” posts_category=”10″ posts_number=”8″ query_type=”popular” /] What will the weather be like in Baku? On average, Baku in May is known for guaranteed sunshine and warm temperatures. Usually temperatures average between 14-22 Celsius during the day but they are above average going into the day of the final. During the day on Wednesday, May 29, there is expected to be highs of 26 Celsius with a gentle breeze and not a cloud in the sky. The closer we get to kick-off time, the temperatures are expected to drop but it will still be a very warm 21 Celsius – even at 11pm. With only a 13% chance of rain, it is unlikely fans will get wet in Baku. Baku is set to have temperatures in the 20s for the game on Wednesday When is the sunset? On Wednesday, the sun will rise at 5.15am. It will set at 8.02pm, which means the game will be played in the dark – unsurprising given the kick-off time!
24 May 19
The Scottish Sun
ARSENAL and Chelsea fans will be making their way to Baku for the Europa League final. Many have criticised the location of the final and fans have struggled to get tickets but for those going, just what will the weather be like for the match?   When is the Europa League final? The Europa League final between Chelsea and Arsenal will be held on Wednesday, May 29. It will take place in the Olympic Stadium, Baku, Azerbaijan. Kick-off is at 8pm UK time – that is 11pm in Azerbaijan. [article-rail-section title=”Most read in football” posts_category=”3″ posts_number=”8″ query_type=”popular” /] What will the weather be like in Baku? On average, Baku in May is known for guaranteed sunshine and warm temperatures. Usually temperatures average between 14-22 Celsius during the day but they are above average going into the day of the final. During the day on Wednesday, May 29, there is expected to be highs of 26 Celsius with a gentle breeze and not a cloud in the sky. The closer we get to kick-off time, the temperatures are expected to drop but it will still be a very warm 21 Celsius – even at 11pm. With only a 13% chance of rain, it is unlikely fans will get wet in Baku. Baku is set to have temperatures in the 20s for the game on Wednesday When is the sunset? On Wednesday, the sun will rise at 5.15am. It will set at 8.02pm, which means the game will be played in the dark – unsurprising given the kick-off time!
24 May 19
The Irish Sun
A MUM has revealed how her baby daughter was left “completely bald” when she washed her hair incorrectly as a newborn. Speaking to BBC 5 Live, mum Lauren explained she “over-washed” her mixed-race daughter Lily’s afro hair when she was a baby, not realising how to style her curly locks. Mum Lauren explained she over-washed her daughter’s hair when she was a baby Appearing on a clip from BBC 5 Live In Short, Lauren explained she didn’t know how to style Lily’s hair when she was first born. The short BBC programme focuses on Roxanne Wright and her business, Yindi Curls – a hair workshop for parents and carers of super curly-haired kids. “The worst experience I’ve probably had with Lily’s hair was when she was a newborn I didn’t know anything about how to style her hair,” Lauren explained. “I washed it every day as I would my own and by about four months old, all of her hair was gone, she was completely bald. Roxanne is the founder of Yindi Curls Lauren said Lily’s hair was “completely bald” “That’s when I sort of realised I had to do something different.” While all hair varies, according to experts, it’s best to wash around once a week. Through her workshops, Roxanne teaches the difference between afro and Caucasian hair. “The difference is the follicle and how it grows,” explained Roxanne. “Essentially all hair is the same, it’s made up of a protein called keratin. “But with Caucasian hair the follicle is more rounded in shape and in afro hair it’s more of an oval shape.” [boxout headline=”Yindi Curls’ top tips for hair”] Use a rat tail comb for the perfect hair parting. Yindi Curls says they’re “always a game changer for dads that come to our masterclasses and can’t do partings”. If you have dry or damaged hair, try using honey. “A natural humectant, honey attracts moisture. It’s also full of antioxidants and nutrients to feed hair follicles that house the live part of hair, encouraging hair growth.” To beat  the frizz in humid weather, try squeeze-drying curls with a cotton T-shirt or microfiber towel. Try making an avocado hair mask – high in monounsaturated fatty acids, protein, Vitamin E and Vitamin B – they help make hair strong, healthy and shiny. [/boxout] And Lauren especially has found the workshops very useful for now five-year-old Lily. “One of the issues we’ve faced with Lily having her own identity being different to children around her is she wants to have hair like her friends or like mummy,” Lauren explained. Lily makes an avocado hair mask “Lily has said to me, ‘Oh mummy, I want hair like you, I want straight hair, I want long hair’ and she does get quite upset about it so having the knowledge base to look after her hair properly and to make her realise how lovely it is, is really beneficial.” For more information and to book a workshop, visit the Yindi Curls Instagram page. [boxout headline=”The Fabulous Beauty Awards 2019″ featured-image=”4086242″ intro=”Win a dream holiday to Jamaica worth over £4,000 by voting in our Fabulous Beauty Awards”]All you have to do to be in with a chance of winning this trip, worth over £4,000, is to vote for your fave products. Whether you’re a sucker for skincare, a lover of lippy or a hair product hoarder, having your say will mean you can enter our prize draw to not only win this incredible holiday, but to also get your mitts on a host of other incredible prizes – worth a total of more than £13,500! Vote Now [/boxout] [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN FABULOUS” posts_category=”24″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] In other beauty news, we told you how one baby was left crying in terror as his mum transformed into ‘The Incredible Hulk’ thanks to fake tan fail. We also revealed a mum was blasted by her friends for going out with a full face of make-up four days after giving birth. And we showed you quick hairstyles for busy new mums like Meghan Markle. [bc_video video_id=”6028240268001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Make-up artist Katie Butt turns herself into a Creme Egg”]
24 May 19
The Scottish Sun
A MUM has revealed how her baby daughter was left “completely bald” when she washed her hair incorrectly as a newborn. Speaking to BBC 5 Live, mum Lauren explained she “over-washed” her mixed-race daughter Lily’s afro hair when she was a baby, not realising how to style her curly locks. Mum Lauren explained she over-washed her daughter’s hair when she was a baby Appearing on a clip from BBC 5 Live In Short, Lauren explained she didn’t know how to style Lily’s hair when she was first born. The short BBC programme focuses on Roxanne Wright and her business, Yindi Curls – a hair workshop for parents and carers of super curly-haired kids. “The worst experience I’ve probably had with Lily’s hair was when she was a newborn I didn’t know anything about how to style her hair,” Lauren explained. “I washed it every day as I would my own and by about four months old, all of her hair was gone, she was completely bald. Roxanne is the founder of Yindi Curls Lauren said Lily’s hair was “completely bald” “That’s when I sort of realised I had to do something different.” While all hair varies, according to experts, it’s best to wash around once a week. Through her workshops, Roxanne teaches the difference between afro and Caucasian hair. “The difference is the follicle and how it grows,” explained Roxanne. “Essentially all hair is the same, it’s made up of a protein called keratin. “But with Caucasian hair the follicle is more rounded in shape and in afro hair it’s more of an oval shape.” [boxout headline=”Yindi Curls’ top tips for hair”] Use a rat tail comb for the perfect hair parting. Yindi Curls says they’re “always a game changer for dads that come to our masterclasses and can’t do partings”. If you have dry or damaged hair, try using honey. “A natural humectant, honey attracts moisture. It’s also full of antioxidants and nutrients to feed hair follicles that house the live part of hair, encouraging hair growth.” To beat  the frizz in humid weather, try squeeze-drying curls with a cotton T-shirt or microfiber towel. Try making an avocado hair mask – high in monounsaturated fatty acids, protein, Vitamin E and Vitamin B – they help make hair strong, healthy and shiny. [/boxout] And Lauren especially has found the workshops very useful for now five-year-old Lily. “One of the issues we’ve faced with Lily having her own identity being different to children around her is she wants to have hair like her friends or like mummy,” Lauren explained. Lily makes an avocado hair mask “Lily has said to me, ‘Oh mummy, I want hair like you, I want straight hair, I want long hair’ and she does get quite upset about it so having the knowledge base to look after her hair properly and to make her realise how lovely it is, is really beneficial.” For more information and to book a workshop, visit the Yindi Curls Instagram page. [boxout headline=”The Fabulous Beauty Awards 2019″ featured-image=”4231525″ intro=”Win a dream holiday to Jamaica worth over £4,000 by voting in our Fabulous Beauty Awards”]All you have to do to be in with a chance of winning this trip, worth over £4,000, is to vote for your fave products. Whether you’re a sucker for skincare, a lover of lippy or a hair product hoarder, having your say will mean you can enter our prize draw to not only win this incredible holiday, but to also get your mitts on a host of other incredible prizes – worth a total of more than £13,500! Vote Now [/boxout] [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN FABULOUS” posts_category=”30″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] In other beauty news, we told you how one baby was left crying in terror as his mum transformed into ‘The Incredible Hulk’ thanks to fake tan fail. We also revealed a mum was blasted by her friends for going out with a full face of make-up four days after giving birth. And we showed you quick hairstyles for busy new mums like Meghan Markle. [bc_video video_id=”6028240268001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Make-up artist Katie Butt turns herself into a Creme Egg”]
24 May 19
News Directory

Illustration by Oriana Fenwick City Hall is across the street from Calvin Smyre's office close to the gold dome, but on Tuesday in March, the state representative visited the Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms by car. At 72, Smyre has artificial hips, making walks even short distances painful. Over the past 45 years, the Columbian Democrat […]

24 May 19
Social News XYZ

New Delhi, May 24 (IANS) A court here on Friday dismissed BJP parliamentarian Subramanian Swamy’s plea seeking to bring a Delhi Police vigilance report on record in the Sunanda Pushkar death case. Special Judge Arun Bhardwaj said that Swamy has no locus-standi to file the application and dismissed his plea seeking to bring on record […]