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Men encounter fewer obstacles and have an easier time aging than women. According to an international survey, males cope with old age significantly better than women. According to the findings, older males have less problems because they have been seriously ill for fewer years, are wealthier, and are more likely to have stable work. Despite having a three-year longer life expectancy than men, women are more likely to be disabled, have poor health, require long-term care, and live alone in their later years. The Netherlands, Austria, Italy, and Denmark have the largest gender disparity in terms of quality of life,…

Nearly seven out of ten people want social separation to be reinstated in England’s pubs and restaurants, according to a poll. EVEN THOUGH England lifted the majority of the remaining coronavirus restrictions on July 19, a huge percentage of the country wants to return to the new normal that the UK had embraced. According to a YouGov poll, 46% of people in England believe the lifting of limitations came too soon, with only one-third (33%) backing the decision. According to the new poll, a vast majority of people in the country want a variety of restrictions reinstalled, including the reopening…

Tourists’ fear at big blaze in beach town of Burnham-on-Sea pier fire Today, one of the UK’s oldest lit seafront piers caught fire. After holidaymakers observed fires on the pier in Burnham-on-Sea, Somerset, fire crews rushed to the scene. Thick grey smoke billows from the structure, which stretches 900 feet into the bay, according to photos. A wood storage facility and a bin are thought to have been involved in the incident, which started about midday. Devon and Avon Fire and Rescue are still on the scene, and coastal routes have been closed. Tourists may be seen watching the fire…

With your Sunday Express or Daily Express, you’ll get a free Health Lottery ticket. We’ve partnered up with The Health Lottery to offer you a FREE shop ticket inside this weekend’s Sunday Express and Monday’s Daily Express, with the chance to win up to £100,000 for one lucky reader. Every £1 line purchased in-store or online for any of the Health Lottery’s five main lottery draws each week is automatically put into the appropriate £100,000 free prize draw, which also takes place on those two days each week. The Health Lottery supports essential health initiatives in communities across the United…

Shark sightings in the UK have been mapped out following the Bournemouth beach evacuation panic – here’s where to be safe. Sharks frequent the UK’s shores in search of calmer waters as sea temperatures increase, and this website has developed a map of the largest shark sightings reported off the UK coast. The most recent sighting came yesterday, when an unknown type of shark was observed near Bournemouth’s Boscombe Beach. The beach was quickly evacuated, and swimmers were instructed to return to dry land as soon as possible. RNLI lifeguards raised red flags to indicate a major hazard in the…

Covid was branded “nothing to be terrified of” by an anti-vaxx lawyer who later died from it. After 9 days, Nine days after catching the virus, a CAMBRIDGE University-educated solicitor who stated “Covid was nothing to be terrified of” died. Leslie Lawrenson, 58, was discovered dead at his family home in Bournemouth, Dorset, by his 19-year-old son just nine days after catching the illness. Mr Lawrenson, who had resisted vaccination, documented his battle with the virus, but claimed it was just a bad cold at first. In addition, the lawyer stated that he would rather have antibodies in his immune…

Pregnant women in UK hospitals are fighting for their lives with Covid – a new vaccination campaign is being launched. PREGNANT women in UK hospitals are “fighting for their lives” after contracting coronavirus, as authorities encourage the unvaccinated to get vaccinated. The extremely infectious Delta version of COVID-19 is wreaking havoc in the United Kingdom, with cases skyrocketing in July. 742 pregnant women were admitted to hospitals with coronavirus symptoms between February 1 and July 11, according to data obtained by New Scientist. None of them had been fully vaccinated, and four had just received a single dose of the…

In a brutal stabbing incident, a machete-wielding bandit ‘cuts off a man’s finger.’ During a grisly stabbing attack in Manchester, a man had his “finger ripped off” in front of frightened customers. Following the attack at 7.10pm on Monday, August 2, in Bury Old Road, Salford, the victim, in his 30s, was carried to hospital with “possibly life-changing injuries.” Surprising CCTV footage saw two men encircling the man before one of them brandished a machete. The victim was then seen crouching on the street’s pavement while he was stabbed with the knife, while cars and shoppers went by. The men…

POLL: Was Boris right to turn down Nicola Sturgeon’s request to meet? VOTE BORIS JOHNSON is on a tour of Scotland this week, but he turned down an invitation to meet with Nicola Sturgeon. Following the snub, this website asks if you believe the Prime Minister was correct in declining the offer, or if you think it would have been better to consent to a meeting? Please participate in our poll and leave a comment on this story. 88 days before the start of COP26 in Glasgow, the Prime Minister has been touring renewable energy wind farms with Scottish Conservative…

After grenade worries sparked an emergency, homes were evacuated and streets were closed; a bomb squad was dispatched. After a grenade was discovered in Huddersfield, residents and businesses were evacuated. At around 10.39 a.m. today, West Yorkshire Police were called to Shaw Lane in Huddersfield after a grenade was discovered on the towpath. While experts were called in, several homes and businesses were evacuated. “At 10.39 a.m. today (Thursday), police were called regarding what was believed to be a grenade found on the towpath, close to Shaw Lane in Milnsbridge,” a West Yorkshire Police spokeswoman said. “For people’s protection, a…

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