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Christina Wood

I am a writer with experience in print and online news journalism, magazine features, blogging and reviews. I …

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Nicola Erlich

Travel and tourism industry news in Spain and media coverage in international press by Nicola Erlich including travel …

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Samuel Gardner

UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHAMPTON graduate with 3 years’ of experience in marketing, copywriting, content production, search engine optimisation (SEO) …

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Specialisms: Social Media, Politics, Journalism, Film, Entertainment, Culture, Art

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Lucy Varley

Features Editor at Cavendish Press. Previously a Feature Writer at That's Life! magazine. Feature Writer of the Year …

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Latest Articles

Cairo travel: Embracing the madness in the city of beautiful chaos

Cairo let's you know it's there. It gets in your face, it shouts and cheers, it blasts you with 40 degree heat and a million smells. Visiting the Egyptian capital is never a passive experience but this sensory pandemonium is exactly what makes the city so great.
By Joey Millar
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UK holidays: The Cotswolds makes for a luxury staycation – Here’s the best place to stay

Located in south central and south West England, The Cotswolds is renowned for its quintessential English elegance, abundance of market towns and villages. With gently rolling hills and picturesque views, it makes for a stunning escape. It was declared as An Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty over half a century ago, and still remains one of the most beautiful places to visit in England today. So where should one stay? And what’s the best way to get there? Nestled in the heart of the Cotswold v
By Grace Henry
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Meghan Markle’s new children’s book could have a very cute inspiration behind it

A source said Meghan loves animals and her rescue dogs According to The Sun, the work of fiction might be inspired by her love of dogs. It is believed Meghan would donate profits to charity. Charles , Prince of Wales, and Sarah Ferguson have also published children’s books in the past. Meghan Markle puts her home up for sale The family member Meghan Markle can ‘twist round her little finger' A royal insider said: “Meghan is going to become a published author and is very excited about it. “T
By Gursimran Hans
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Pound to euro exchange rate: GBP ‘unchanged’ but could shift - is travel money impacted?

The pound to euro exchange rate has displayed limited movement since the close of the trading week. The focus was on the US labour market report on Friday which resulted in minimal change for GBP. A number of important economic releases are out this week, however, which could spark a shift. Any improvement for sterling could be short-lived though, experts have warned. Brexit is NOT scaring Britons from holidays in the EU with huge rise Pound to euro exchange rate: GBP ‘unchanged’ - should you
By Nicola Erlich
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Pound to euro exchange rate: GBP ‘unchanged’ but could shift - is travel money impacted?

The pound to euro exchange rate has displayed limited movement since the close of the trading week. The focus was on the US labour market report on Friday which resulted in minimal change for GBP. A number of important economic releases are out this week, however, which could spark a shift. Any improvement for sterling could be short-lived though, experts have warned. Brexit is NOT scaring Britons from holidays in the EU with huge rise Pound to euro exchange rate: GBP ‘unchanged’ - should you
By Nicola Erlich
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Heathrow Airport makes bold protest against Brunei gay death penalty law

Royal Brunei is wholly owned by the Brunei government. Brunei’s Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah sparked international outrage when he introduced laws that would result in homosexual activity being punished by stoning under the country’s Shariah legal system. The posters see LGBT employees and contest winners feature on them with the word “Welcome” in rainbow letters. CEO John Holland-Kaye told Gay Star News the move was to champions British values: "There are 80 million international travellers coming
By Gursimran Hans
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UK weather forecast: Britain braces for thunderstorms and ferocious rain

Saturday is set to be a lovely day but by Sunday, rain will come sweeping in Met Office metrologist Steven Keates explained in his forecast that Saturday would be “lovely” for most people in the country. England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland should generally see warm weather in the late teens and early twenties. Mr Keates explained that Scotland was a different picture with: “The odd shower around, some thicker clouds around the West coast but the central, eastern and southern parts of
By Gursimran Hans
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Champion Hurdle: What time is the feature race at Cheltenham Festival TODAY?

Cheltenham Festival, one of the biggest events on the National Hunt calendar, will begin today. But what time is the Champion Hurdle on today? The 2019 Cheltenham Festival gets underway today. Visitors from around the world will descend on the Gloucestershire town for the four-day event, with millions more watching at home. Races at the Cheltenham Festival will take place every day until Friday, June 15.
By Anyron Copeman
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Juventus vs Atletico Madrid TV channel: What channel is Champions League clash on today?

Juventus host Atletico Madrid tonight as they seek to overturn a first-leg defeat in the Champions League round of 16. What TV channel is the match on tonight? Serie A leaders Juventus suffered a 2-0 defeat at the hands of Atletico Madrid last month and now face the tough proposition of scoring at least twice against Diego Simeone’s men. Goals from Diego Godin and Jose Maria Gimenez secured the first leg victory at the Wanda Metropolitano.
By Anyron Copeman
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