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A man obtains the world’s first double arm transplant, allowing him to flex his biceps for the first time. After 23 years, a man who received the world’s first double arm transplant has claimed that the operation was a success and that he can now move his arms. Felix Gretarsson, now 49, was electrocuted in Iceland in 1998 while attempting to repair a powerline. His arms were lit on fire, his back was broken in three places, and his neck was fractured as he dropped 32 feet to the ground. During his three-month coma, Felix underwent 54 operations, and surgeons…

Sunak is in a good position to oversee the UK’s economic boom as the country prepares for Brexit. Economists believe that Freedom Day will lead to a stronger pound and increased tourism in the coming months, which will benefit RISHI SUNAK. After all social distancing measures in England were lifted this morning, experts at Saxo Group predicted that Chancellor Rishi Sunak would benefit from the economic boom. The leisure, hospitality, entertainment, and retail businesses are projected to benefit the most from the reopening, according to the report. It further stated that nightclubs will be allowed to reopen, and that quarantine-free…

Expert warns that the UK is on the verge of experiencing the “largest wave of illnesses ever witnessed,” according to Covid. A SAGE scientist has warned that the UK is on the verge of experiencing the “largest wave of Covid infection that we have ever seen.” All lockdown restrictions were lifted today, and British citizens took to the streets to celebrate ‘Freedom Day’ after months of confinement. However, as the Delta version spreads swiftly across the country, an expert has predicted a bleak summer of Covid infections and deaths. Professor Andrew Hayward, a member of the Scientific Advisory Group for…

Let us know how you’re feeling when the limitations are lifted on Freedom Day. In what has been dubbed “Freedom Day” in England, all Covid restrictions have been lifted. However, as the number of cases grows across the country, others fear a new wave of infections is on the way. You may participate in a new national poll that will examine how Britons have coped over the past year. The Daily Express and its sibling sites are conducting the Big Reflection Survey, which will show how the pandemic has affected people’s job, housing, and vacation plans. You can also give…

After sunseekers luxuriate in the hot summer, Brighton beach has been left in a deplorable state. THOUSANDS of sunbathers came to Brighton Beach over the weekend to take advantage of the warm weather. As temperatures approached 30°C over the weekend, mounds of trash were left strewn all over Brighton beach. Residents of Brighton were outraged to learn that the normally beautiful beach had been marred by stacks of drinks cans, food containers, and plastic bags. Rachael Jess, a Brighton resident, uploaded photos of the unpleasant images and said her kid was “very disturbed” by the beach’s state, according to SussexLive.…

Unions are expected to reject a 3% pay increase for NHS workers, saying, “Step forward on the insulting 1%.” UNIONS are threatening to reject the government’s offer of a 3% salary increase for NHS workers. The government received criticism earlier this year after notifying NHS employees that they could earn a 1% wage increase. The Prime Minister, on the other hand, stressed that the offer was made “on the basis of affordability.” The 3 percent rise is claimed to have been proposed by the NHS Pay Review Body and approved by ministers. The Royal College of Nursing, which has slammed…

According to Cabinet Minister, the triple lock guarantee for pensions is safe. Despite rumors that it would be compromised due to rising costs, the “triple lock” pension guarantee remains safe, according to a Cabinet minister. The Chancellor’s manifesto promise that the state pension will increase in line with inflation, earnings, or 2.5 percent – whichever is higher – will be kept, according to Business Secretary Kwasi Kwarteng. However, due to employees on furlough returning to full pay, salary growth was 7.3 percent in the three months to May and 8.6 percent annually. “I think it’s safe,” Mr Kwarteng told LBC…

Brexit conundrum: A Scottish greengrocer criticizes the UK economy’s reliance on the EU. Fresh fruit and vegetables are becoming scarce in Scotland as a result of Boris Johnson’s Brexit trade deal, according to a Scottish greengrocer. Industry leaders have already warned that the UK will face a summer of food shortages as a result of the coronavirus epidemic and Brexit, which has resulted in the loss of 100,000 lorry drivers. However, a snapshot of bare grocery shelves has been posted on social media across Scotland and other areas of the country. Now, James Welby of Tattie Shaw’s in Edinburgh, a…

Anti-vaccine protestors yelled “abuse” at employees providing Covid vaccines, according to an NHS official. ANTI-VACCINE protesters have been dubbed a “utter disgrace” after yelling “offensive language” at NHS workers who were administering Covid vaccinations. Around 60 demonstrators marched through Folkestone, Kent, assaulting NHS employees and individuals waiting to get vaccinated, including Piers Corbyn, brother of former Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn. At Saturday’s demonstration, the crowd held signs that said “Stop the Clot Shot” and “No jab or test passports.” A startled NHS administrator has issued a public statement criticizing the acts of those involved in the wake of their behavior.…

After swallowing mouse droppings at his mother’s council flat, the baby boy was transported to the hospital. A BABY BOY fell ill after consuming mouse droppings at his distraught mother’s council flat. Since moving into her London flat in May, Kelly Angus has caught more than 20 mice. Tommy, her one-year-old son, caught a terrible infection after ingesting one of the droppings in his cot last month, and he spent seven hours in the hospital. Kelly, 23, is now concerned that rodents would crawl on her son when he sleeps at the Sutton property. According to My London, she’s also…

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