Among the unrealistic expectations imposed on mums is to always send their kids to school with a perfectly delicious, nutritionally balanced lunch. As a step toward granting her daughter more independence, she asked her to pack her own drink in her lunchbox. "EPIC lunchbox fail when you tell your five year old Preppie to put a frozen juice pouch in her lunchbox and you forget the other pouches in your freezer!" the mum wrote in a viral Facebook post reported by Kidspot that appears to no longer be available.
It was her big chance to tackle the Prime Minister over Scottish independence, but Nicola Sturgeon was only "briefly" allowed to mention a second referendum before she was shut down by Theresa May, it has been claimed. The Prime Minister is understood to have dictated terms during their meeting at a Glasgow hotel, running down the clock by talking about Article 50 and a policing exercise before Ms Sturgeon tried to grab her chance at the end of their talk. The First Minister insisted there was no “rational” case for an independence referendum being delayed longer than two years because Mrs May had told her that both the UK’s Brexit and EU trade deals would be known by then.
Liam Payne has shared his panic over the number of nappy changes he and Cheryl have faced since the birth of their son. "Thank you to everyone for the love and supportive messages for myself and Cheryl. It really means a lot," Payne wrote.
Two men from the company responsible for the upkeep of the escalator which suddenly went into reverse in a Hong Kong shopping centre on Saturday have been arrested, reported the South China Morning Post. The report said the two men, aged 22 and 52 and from Otis Elevator Company, were being held for attempting to pervert the course of justice. The accident on Saturday afternoon (25 March) at the Langham Place shopping centre in Mong Kok left 18 people injured.
Amber Rudd has vowed to “call time” on internet firms who give terrorists “a place to hide” as it emerged security services are powerless to access Westminster attacker Adrian Ajao’s final WhatsApp message. The Home Secretary said it was “completely unacceptable” that Whats App - which is owned by Facebook - was enabling terrorists to communicate “in secret”, knowing the police and security services will not be able to read their encrypted communications.
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