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    Since it first hit Netflix last month South Korean horror series Squid Game has captivated audiences in over 90 countries, quickly becoming the most watched international show in the streaming platform's history. Viewers were enthralled by the blood-soaked dystopian thriller that pits players against each other in contests fought to the death for a chance to win cash. And while the Asian drama is obviously fictitious and a pointed critique of modern life, one of the show's side plots where human beings have their organs harvested and sold is very real. China's Communist Party removes hearts, kidneys, livers and corneas from 100,000 dissidents and political prisoners every year, with a government-run 'kill to order' organ-trafficking network operating on a grand scale, human rights groups claim. But the international community remains powerless to stop the slaughter because the World Health Organisation is compelled to accept the totalitarian nation's 'inadequate and misleading' hospital data without question. One of the side plots in the smash hit Korean horror thriller Squid Game is a human organ-harvesting racket But the international community remains powerless...
    DO you remember the magic money tree? Our previous Prime Minister, Theresa May, said there wasn’t one. Well, it turns out there’s a bloody great forest of them. 7Boris, show you are a brave Prime Minister as well as a generous one and sort out the NHSCredit: PA Boris Johnson has been shaking them like billy-o for the last year or two. And now he’s shaking them again. The NHS is going to be bunged extraordinary amounts of dosh first. And then there’ll be more funding for social care. The magic money tree is actually us, of course. Boris is going to fund this extravaganza by hiking National Insurance by a whopping 1.25 percentage points, so we’ll all be paying more to the state. Most read in OpinionSTORM WATCH Cat 3 hurricane off coast as 'flash floods & tornado warnings hit East Coast'SCHOOL SCARE High school on lockdown as police respond to reports of active shooterAMERICAN DESERTER How US soldier was captured by the Taliban & locked in a SHARK CAGESECRET SPOUSE Who is Elizabeth Holmes' husband Billy Evans?DISCHARGED What...
    I traveled with the medium-size Dagne Dover Indi Diaper Backpack ($175) in Heather Grey to NYC. Jacqueline Saguin/Insider Table of Contents Chevron icon It indicates an expandable section or menu, or sometimes previous / next navigation options. Everything the Dagne Dover Indi Diaper Backpack can hold Cons to consider The bottom line Everything the Dagne Dover Indi Diaper Backpack can hold Cons to consider The bottom line Diaper bags are the most practical carry-on and weekender bags, even if you don't have a baby. Dagne Dover's Indi Diaper Backpack is stylish, neutral, and holds every basic essential. I used mine as a carry-on bag on a recent flight and it made my trip a million times easier. Dagne Dover Indi Diaper Backpack $175.00 from Dagne Dover As a single woman in her 20s without kids, I never expected to be traipsing around the airport with a diaper bag on my back, but here I am. I once read about a flight attendant who...
    SAVING money isn't always easy, particularly when you're already on such a tight budget. But there are some clever hacks that will help you pocket thousands without even noticing - and anyone can do it. 5You can save £5,000 in just 100 days with the envelope challenge, or stretch it out over the year 1. The 100 envelopes challenge This popular hack has been circulating social media as it's such an easy and effective money-saving approach. At best, you can save £5,000 in just 100 days, or stretch it out over the year. The idea was explained by Invest with Mon on TikTok who said to write the numbers 1-100 on seperate envelopes. 5Write the numbers 1-100 on the envelopes, pull one out each day and save the amount shown on the front Then pick one out at random every single day (or change it to twice a week if you prefer). Whichever...
    AN IRS alert can reveal if you'll have to wait months for the $600 stimulus relief check– even if you had no issues with first check. The Internal Revenue Service revealed on Tuesday night that some taxpayers may have to awhile for their $600 stimulus checks  - which have already been distributed as part of a new Covid-19 relief package. Read our US Politics live blog for the Georgia runoff results, Electoral College updates, and latest on the 'Stop the Steal' protests 3The Internal Revenue Service revealed on Tuesday night that some taxpayers may have to awhile for their $600 stimulus checksCredit: Getty Images - Getty 3Get My Payment can inform taxpayers whether their second Economic Impact payment has been sent out, confirm if the payment was sent, and disclose whether payment will be received via direct deposit or mailCredit: Irs The IRS told CNBC Make It that the IRS Get My Payment has a tool to show whether a taxpayer will have to endure a long wait. Get My Payment can inform taxpayers whether their second Economic Impact payment has...
    One of the best New Year resolutions you could make for 2021 is to be more active. But I’d be the first to urge you not to throw yourself into a rigorous running programme or brutal high-intensity workouts One of the best New Year resolutions you could make for 2021 is to be more active. But I’d be the first to urge you not to throw yourself into a rigorous running programme or brutal high-intensity workouts. After the year we’ve had, it makes much more sense to ease into exercise gradually, dedicating ten to 20 minutes every day to working on building up the strength and flexibility your lockdown body really needs, rather than setting off at speed in search of some unattainable goal. This year, especially, we need to invest in our health. As a trainer and sports scientist, I have more than 30 years’ experience helping people improve their fitness and wellbeing.  So I have devised a simple but effective 30-day exercise plan for the Daily Mail’s January Big Health Kick. It will not only improve your...
    WITH the new year approaching, many people are on track to start fresh with their saving goals, or at the very least, start planning ahead for the year. And what better way to do that than a simple "52 week challenge" which allows you to put away up to £1378 for the year - without even noticing. 4The challenge asks you to put away money each week Credit: Facebook The money-saving hack was shared on Facebook by an Australian mum who swears it's the easiest way to save money without struggling week to week. The idea is to put £1 away in the first week of the year, £2 in the second, £3 in the third and so on - so you hardly notice at all. By the last week in December, you'll be saving £52 a week, adding to your tidy bank balance of £1,378. The mum who posted the idea online said that she dipped in and out of the challenge whenever she could afford it, saving $1 (56p) and $2 (£1.12) coins as...
    Finding nursing clothes that are not only practical and comfortable but also flattering and stylish can feel like a near-impossible task.  This is especially so in the winter when lifting up your sweater or pulling down a dress to breastfeed can leave you feeling exposed and cold. And the last thing you want to do when you have a hungry baby or need to pump is fumble with stiff buttons or small awkward openings.  It was this reason that mom and entrepreneur Peggy Economou decided to launch Teat & Cosset. After struggling with the challenges of breastfeeding and pumping, Peggy saw that there was a need for high quality, functional nursing and maternity clothes. Teat & Cosset has been earning itself a reputation for stylish yet practical maternity and nursing wear, including the popular Gemma Sweater (left) and the Stella Sweater (right) Like all Teat & Cosset sweaters, the Beatrice Turtleneck falls gently over the stomach, making it bump friendly throughout ever trimester of pregnancy Teat & Cosset pieces stand out not only because they're extremely practical with hidden zippers...
    For three days, extracts from Barbara Amiel’s new autobiography Friends And Enemies have rampaged across the pages of this newspaper. Jaws dropped and eyeballs popped as Lady Black unpacked her life; pegging out her dirty laundry with a boiling honesty one could only admire, especially given the ferocity of her critics over the years. Indeed, when her fourth husband Conrad Black was jailed on charges of fraud and obstruction of justice in 2007, you could have floated many a boat on the universal gloat. ‘The fall of Conrad Black,’ said the Wall Street Journal, ‘is being received in Britain with almost as much glee as the defeat of Napoleon at Waterloo.’ So alongside her startling confessions of sexual buccaneering and lavish spending, she also sets about her foes with gusto, picking them off like a perfumed sniper. Lawyers should be strangled at birth. Anyone who ‘persecuted’ her and her husband should be injected with Ebola virus so she can watch them die. Journalists who criticised were ‘jealous’ of her wealth or just plain ‘smelly’. Barbara Amiel attends the 2nd...
    They go by a few names – emergency bag, go-bag, bugout bag, survival kit, and so on – but whatever name you call an emergency survival bag, I call owning one a good idea. In the event of an emergency that necessitates you fleeing your home, having a bugout bag close at hand could be the difference between a few days of serious unpleasantness and a few days where you have the food, water, basic first aid, and shelter you need to get through OK. (And not to hammer too hard on this, but we could even be talking life or death, so if you’re on the fence about buying one… y’know….) Bugout bags are essential when a sudden disaster strikes, and especially one that cripples local emergency response capabilities, like wildfires, tornadoes, earthquakes and the like. At other times, as with hurricanes, for example, you see the trouble coming but don’t know how bad it might be. Then there are also those emergencies that only affect a few, like a house fire, but that might nonetheless leave you in...
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