The human organ had been used as a prop in the music video for ‘You Said Our Love was First Class, So Why’s My Heart Always Riding In Coach’. Darnella Dimple explains: “We borrowed an actual heart to use as a metaphor for a real heart, we just forgot to take it back. Oh, and our drummer forgot his sticks too”.
Barclays has become the first High Street bank to allow its customers to “switch off” certain categories of spending. The original idea was to help vulnerable customers, particularly problem gamblers, or those in serious debt. However, a number of customers – primarily men – have chosen to switch off other types of spending such as spending time with their wife and kids or spending a penny so they can get a good night’s sleep.
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NHS money to be found In the bottom of our beer, and in the price of our petrol. Backbench MPs have condemned the plans as “wrong-headed”. Because if Brits can no longer afford to drink OR drive, they might well stay at home, watch the news, and start paying attention to the dire situation this country’s in.
The UK’s supply of beer and fizzy drinks could run out within the week – due to a shortage of CO2. The World Cup has created an entirely predictable increase in demand that the industry seemingly wasn’t expecting – as 3 of the 4 large production plants in the UK are offline for maintenance, and it’ll take until July to bring any of them back online.