June 20, 2024

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  • Tottenham release statement on Rodrigo Bentancur after racial slur aimed at club captain Son Heung-min
    on June 20, 2024 at 8:29 am

    TOTTENHAM have released a statement on Rodrigo Bentancur after he apologised for a racial slur aimed at club captain Son Heung-min. Bentancur was on Uruguayan TV and asked by a presenter for a Tottenham shirt. AFPRodrigo Bentancur apoligised for a racial slur towards Son Heung-Min[/caption] He replied: “Sonny’s? It could be Sonny’s cousin too as they all look the same.” Bentancur later apologised online and said his comments were a “very bad joke”. Spurs also said in a statement: “Following a comment from Rodrigo Bentancur in an interview video clip and the player’s subsequent public apology, the Club has been providing assistance in ensuring a positive outcome on the matter. “This will include further education for all players in line with our diversity, equality and inclusion objectives. “We fully support that our captain Sonny feels that he can draw a line under the incident and that the team can focus on the new season ahead. “We are extremely proud of our diverse, global fanbase and playing squads. “Discrimination of any kind has no place at our Club, within our game or within wider society.” MORE TO FOLLOW THIS IS A DEVELOPING STORY.. The Sun is your go to destination for the best football, boxing and MMA news, real-life stories, jaw-dropping pictures and must-see video.Like us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/TheSunFootball and follow us from our main Twitter account at @TheSunFootball.

  • How to get £5 free petrol when filling up your car at fuel stations including Tesco and Shell
    on June 20, 2024 at 8:25 am

    DRIVERS can score a fiver’s worth of fuel for free with a simple and easy shopping hack. Motorists just need to fill up their car with at least £10 worth of petrol and can then get £5 back in cashback through Topcashback. PA:Press AssociationDrivers can get £5 of fuel for free[/caption] The deal is live from 10am tomorrow (June 21) and runs for just over a month until July 24. However, the deal is only available to new members of Topcashback, so if you are already a member, you won’t be able to claim with your existing account. You need to enter your email address and create a password to sign up – it should only take a couple of minutes. The free fuel could is a helping hand to drivers who are being squeezed at the pumps. The average petrol prices stands 145.46p a litre up from 144.95p a litre on May 25, according to RAC’s fuel data. Diesel prices are at 150.59p a litre. To get the money off, you’ll need to go and spend £10 or more on fuel at a participating petrol station and take a picture of your receipt. The receipt needs to clearly shows the date, the name of the fuel station, the receipt number, and the name of the item you’ve purchased. Then sign up to TopCashback through this special link and upload a picture of the receipt. Only receipts from June 21 to July 24 will be eligible for the deal, and you’ll need to upload the picture before midnight on June 4. This deal is available at any fuel stations from Tesco to Shell. Next, login to TopCashback and upload a photo of your receipt. You can’t get the deal through the Topchasback app if you have it, you need to go through the desktop or mobile site. You can also only redeem the offer once. The deal could be withdrawn early if the limit is reached, so it’s better to act sooner than later if you want to use the offer. The £5 cashback should arrive in your TopCashback account within 14 days, where you can choose to have it paid out straight to your bank account. HOW TO SAVE ON FUEL Getting the lowest possible is the easiest way to cut your fuel costs. Not all forecourts charge the same, however, you can search for your cheapest local pumps using petrolprices.com. Search by postcode to find the cheapest in your area. Loyalty schemes is another way of making filling up pay. Nectar members can can shave up to 5p a litre off the cost of petrol. And drivers with a BPme rewards card get one point for every £1 they spend in-store or on a litre of regular fuel at a BP garage. You’ll get two points for every litre of the more expensive Ultimate fuel – and get £1 off fuel for every 200 points. Texaco members can save 1p per litre of fuel with its Star Rewards scheme. Keeping an eye on local social media groups is one way to track down bargain fuel prices too. Ways to cut down on your fuel costs HERE are some tips on how you can slash the cost of fuel. Make your car more fuel-efficient. You can do this by keeping your tyres inflated, taking the roof rack off, emptying your car of clutter and turning off your air con when driving at lower speeds. Find the cheapest fuel prices. PetrolPrices.com and Confused.com allows you to search prices of UK petrol stations. All you need to do is enter in your postcode and tell it how far you want to travel (up to 20 miles). Drive more efficiently. Some ways to do this, include: Accelerate gradually without over-revving Always drive on the highest possible gear If you can, allow your car to slow down naturally as your brake is a money burner Re-starting your car is expensive, if you can keep moving

  • ‘We’ll be back together soon’ says BBC Breakfast star as they pay tribute to ‘missing’ co-stars
    on June 20, 2024 at 8:23 am

    A BBC BREAKFAST star has paid tribute to their ‘missing’ co-stars in a touching post. Jon Kay, who is a staple of the red sofa, took to social media to honour his absent BBC colleagues. BBCA BBC Breakfast star has paid tribute to their ‘missing’ co-stars in a touching post[/caption] Instagram / @jonkay01Jon Kay, who is a staple of the red sofa, took to social media to honour his absent BBC colleagues[/caption] BBCJon revealed how Ben Boulos is absent from the studio as he and Nina cover the General Election and EUROs[/caption] InstagramHe said: “We’ve missed Nina, John and Ben in the studio (they’ve been on the road – reporting on the election and the Euros) but we’ll be all be back together on the red sofa soon”[/caption] The 54-year-old posted a snap showing him, Sally Nugent and fan-favourite Carol Kirkwood on the show’s set. As the trio smiled for the capture Jon penned a heartfelt tribute to Nina Warhurst and Ben Boulos who have been missing from the show. He explained how they’ve been sent on the road as BBC Breakfast‘s roving reporters for the General Election campaign and UEFA Euros. Jon said: “Thorn between two roses? And it looks like “the thorn” has cricked his neck! “Seriously, how lucky am I? Another great week working with these two. “We’ve missed Nina, John and Ben in the studio (they’ve been on the road – reporting on the election and the Euros) but we’ll be all be back together on the red sofa soon. “Great work, team. Thanks for joining us all on #bbcbreakfast.” Jon’s post comes after Carol Kirkwood, 62, shut him down during Wednesday’s episode. As Carol was bringing viewers the latest weather Jon got his hopes up when she revealed there was sunshine on the way. Jon said: “Okay, I mean that looks lovely, doesn’t it? Perfect for lots of people. Does this look like it’s the beginning of a prolonged drier spell?” After an awkward moment of silence, Carol replied: “Not necessarily…” before she burst out laughing.  The penny soon dropped as Jon replied: “Okay, right”. She added quickly: “Let’s leave it at that for now, shall we?” BBC Breakfast airs daily from 6am on BBC One and iPlayer. Who are the current presenters of BBC Breakfast? The flagship BBC show has had dozens of presenters during its impressive 40 years on air but the current stars are: Jon Kay – Since 2022 Sally Nugent – Since 2021 Charlie Stayt – Since 2006 Naga Munchetty – Since 2014 Carol Kirkwood – Since 1997

  • Axed Love Island stars reveal the truth about Ronnie Vint’s mysterious hair after fans claim it’s a wig
    on June 20, 2024 at 8:17 am

    AXED Love Island stars have let slip the real truth about Ronnie Vint’s hair after his barnet became the centre of attention in the villa. It came after ITV2 viewers suggested the semi-professional footballer’s look was achieved with the help of a wig. ErotemeThe secret behind Love Island star Ronnie Vint’s hair has been revealed[/caption] youtube/@notmybaggDumped Islanders Munveer Jabbal and Patsy Field let slip the detail on a recent podcast[/caption] Love Island fans were convinced the semi pro footballer was wearing a wigEroteme youtube/@notmybaggMunveer told how Ronnie was ‘very open’ about using hair fibre[/caption] Love Island fans admitted they “can’t unsee” the similarity to a hairpiece, with a “former baldy” also weighing in on the debate. Yet Munveer Jabbal, 30, who was part of the matchmaking show’s 2024 line-up and booted out with Patsy Field, 29, has let slip the truth on a new podcast. He spoke to host Joe Baggs, a former Gogglebox fan-favourite, on his Not My Bag Podcast. When Joe asked if Ronnie, 27, “ruffled” up his barnet, model Patsy said: “Yeah, he doesn’t want anything to drop or fall.” Munveer, revealing the reason behind his lush brunette locks, said: “He was very open about it. He spoke to the boys and it’s basically hair fibre.” Patsy interjected: “That’s the tea!” Munveer continued: “The full backs are gone. “But he’s using hair fibre.” Natural hair thickening fibres, made of keratin protein, are easy to apply just like a styling product. They add volume and thickness to fine, thinning or receding hair, to create the appearance of luscious locks. Yet they generally have to be brushed out before bedtime. Earlier in the chat, the dumped duo discussed the show Lothario’s sleeping habits – and these might be explained by Ronnie’s hair routine. Munveer asked: “Have you seen Ronnie sleep?” Love Island line-up 2024 Love Island is back on the box with a brand new batch of sexy islanders all looking for love this summer. The Girls Grace Jackson – Stunning model Grace Jackson is Joey Essex’s ex. Tiffany Leighton – Tiffany Leighton is a HR coordinator from Hertfordshire. Uma Jammeh – Since arriving in the villa Uma Jammeh has turned a few heads and knows what she wants Mimii Ngulube – Student nurse Mimii Ngulube has swapped Portsmouth for Majorca. Jess White – Shop manager Jess White hails from Stockport. Harriett Blackmore – Harriet Blackmore is good pals with YouTuber Saffron Barker. Nicole Samuel – Account manager and former champion dancer Nicole Samuel is a 2024 Islander. The boys Wil Anderson – Hunk in trunks Wil Anderson stands at 6’4 in height. Omar Nyame – PE teacher Omar Nyame is hoping to turn heads in the villa. Joey Essex – Towie legend and reality star OG Joey Essex was a surprise bombshell. Ciaran Davies – Welsh rugby hunk Ciaran Davies is in the plush villa. Sean Stone – Sean Stone runs a sweet firm and is hoping he is just as sweet with the ladies. Ayo Odukoya – Meet Ayo Odukoya who is a footballer and former model. Ronnie Vint – The Sun revealed how Ronnie Vint – who is best mates with Olivia Attwood’s hubby Bradley Dack – is in the villa this summer. Dumped: Samantha Kenny – Liverpool lass Samantha Kenny went in week three. Patsy Field – Influencer Patsy Field went in week two. Munveer Jabbal – Munveer Jabbal also left the villa in week two. Sam Taylor – Hairdresser Sam Taylor was first to go after Joey Essex stole his girl. Patsy then chimed in: “He literally sits upright.” BIG REVEAL A TikTok “baldy” recently took to his page to muse on Ronnie’s look, suggesting he used the hair fibre technique. Rhys told his followers of Ronnie: “So he’s got hair fibres in his hair, which is essentially a powder that you put onto your scalp, and it makes your hair look thicker and darker.” “Then when you see him at night, he’s obviously rubbed all those hair fibres out of his hair before he’s gone to bed – because it will literally go all over the bedding – and you can see more just how much he is actually thinning. “So, yeah, it’s not a toupee, it’s not a wig, it’s hair fibres.” Another TikTok star also told how a hair fibre product helped to cover bald patches sparked by perimenopause. RON ON Previously new islander Ronnie, who is best pals with Olivia Attwood’s husband Bradley Dack, caused a fan frenzy with his locks. One fan took to X to quiz; “Does Ronnie have a wig on? “His hair looks the wrong texture. At the very least sprayed black.” “What is going on with Ronnie’s hair please? Is it a wig/hairpiece?” suggested another. In a double blow, Ronnie was also trolled for “looking old” in his promo photos. Prior to his villa entry, he hit back and said: “Whatever really…I always say I always look a bit older. “I’ve always been told I look older, do I look old? “And I’ve had some mad shouts before. I might have to get rid of this long line on my forehead and hopefully I’ll look a bit younger.” Ronnie has also been trolled for looking older than his actual ageEroteme RexFans were fuming at Patsy and Munveer’s dumping from the villa[/caption]

  • I’m a single mum-of-two and I’m terrified of living in my ‘dangerous’ home – ‘useless’ council refuse to fix it
    on June 20, 2024 at 8:13 am

    A SINGLE mum-of-two  says she is terrified of living in her home which she considers to be dangerous. Louise Nicholson, 43, has lived in her property in Wollaton, a suburb of western Nottingham, for 12 years but claims her family has been left anxious in the last four years. BPMThe family have had to move out of their home twice since 2020 due to the flooding[/caption] BPMMum Louise Nicholson says the flooding is ‘unstoppable’[/caption] BPMThe primary school teacher says her two young daughters are suffering[/caption] In that time, they have been forced to leave the house twice for seven months each time due to “unstoppable” floods. The primary school teacher and her two daughters, aged 13 and seven, had to live with her parents and in temporary accommodation provided by their insurance company. Their home flooded once in July 2020 and once in October 2023 when Storm Babet struck, with the family being put in a hotel for six weeks before moving to a block of flats temporarily. Ms Nicholson has pointed the finger at Nottingham City Council, saying it hasn’t cleaned out the drains. She said: “It feels like excuse after excuse. It’s not a difficult thing to sort – just clean the drains. “I’m not exaggerating when I say my daughters, particularly my youngest, is in tears every time it rains, she is absolutely petrified. She gets petrified at school when it rains and she doesn’t know what’s happening. “She’s really suffering and her schoolwork is suffering and we all are anxious. I try to hide it from them and protect them, but they can see that I’m concerned.” Ms Nicholson said she was “seriously concerned” her house would flood again last week during periods of heavy rain. As a result, she is thinking of moving, but is unsure if she could sell her house. This has greatly impacted her mental health, having to take “a long period” of time off work and having to take antidepressants. She said: “It’s just taken a massive blow to my mental and physical health and I’m worried about my girls and how they are coping with it all. “It’s caused extra anxiety and home is the one place where we should feel safe, isn’t it? But we don’t. We just live in fear the whole time as soon as it [the rain] starts, because it’s not predictable. “You can have heavy rainfall and nothing happen and then the next day you can have heavy rainfall and you get flooded and the speed the water comes in is unstoppable.” The family received yet another blow during the floods in October when their pet rabbit, Chester, drowned. Ms Nicholson recalled being at work, with the children being at school, on the Friday the sad incident took place. She said: “I knew the storm was on its way so I asked my parents to drive around the house to check everything was okay. “I got a call from them at midday and I dropped everything at work and raced home but by the time I got there, the garden was 3ft under water and Chester had drowned. The whole hutch, although raised off the ground, was underwater.” Ms Nicholson also explained that, while staying in a hotel following Storm Babet, the family struggled to get food, having no access to a kitchen or a fridge. How to get home insurance if your home is at risk of flooding The government’s website provides information on how to protect your home if you live in an area which is liable to flooding. If you’re a homeowner, you can: get insurance advice from the National Flood Forum or MoneyHelper find lower-cost home insurance through Flood Re if you’re in a flood-risk area find a broker that specialises in properties that are difficult to insure If your home has been flooded and your insurer is part of Flood Re’s Build Back Better scheme, you could get up to £10,000 to protect your home from future flood damage as part of your flood damage repairs. If your insurer is part of the scheme, ask them if you’re eligible when you make a claim. Contact the Environment Agency if your insurer asks for evidence of your flood risk. You’ll get a letter within 20 days. It’s free for individuals and businesses. If you’re renting: Ask your landlord what insurance they have as it may not cover your personal items. If their insurance does not cover your personal items, you can get contents insurance. Read the Department for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities’ ‘How to rent’ guide for more information about flooding and insurance. She said: “We were given breakfast by the hotel but for lunch and dinner we had to rely on food from family or buy food at the restaurant. “Their dad was having to make our eldest packed lunches and bring them over for her every day because there was no other way of making sure that she’d get anything to eat. The school for my younger one was really supportive and they offered to give her free school meals at the time that we were out of the house.” The family has only recently moved back into their home following restoration works, but says the property doesn’t feel like home anymore. Ms Nicholson said: “When it floods, there is an absolute fountain of water that comes up. “The solution is as simple as clearing the drains. I’m feeling that I have to wrench my children and me out of our family home, and if I have to move, I will have to move out of the area which means I’ve got to pull my children out of school. “Coming back home should be exciting but I just feel numb, it doesn’t feel like home. It’s horrible.” Daniel Borst, regional waste network lead at Severn Trent, said: “We have conducted a review of our network in the local area and found everything is operating as it should and there are no issues that would cause this kind of flooding. “We understand just how distressing any form of flooding can be and are very sorry to hear about Ms Nicholson’s experience.” The Sun Online has approached Nottingham City Council for comment. BPMThe Nottingham mum says there is a ‘simple’ solution – for the council to clean the drains[/caption] BPMThe family’s pet rabbit Chester sadly drowned when the back garden was under three feet of flood water[/caption] BPMThe family’s possessions left outside following the floods[/caption] BPMThe mum says the house no longer feels like home following the floods[/caption]

  • Cops search Jay Slater’s Tenerife flat for clues after mum sent sickening ‘kidnap’ message as search enters fourth day
    on June 20, 2024 at 8:08 am

    POLICE are searching Jay Slater’s accommodation in Tenerife for clues amid family fears that the Brit teen could’ve been kidnapped. The massive search operation for missing Jay, 19, enters its fourth day today as more than a dozen of his loved ones have flown out to the island to help. Jay Slater (right) pictured with his brother Zak and mum Debbie Jay Slater’s mum Debbie Duncan spoke to press last night about her missing son SolarpixMountain rescue, cops and firefighters have been scouring the hills for Jay in northern Tenerife[/caption] The apprentice bricklayer, from Lancashire, disappeared on Monday morning while on holiday with two friends. Cops scoured the teen’s hotel room in the tourist resort of Los Cristianos on Wednesday, where his distraught mum Debbie Duncan is waiting for news. Jay was sharing the room at a three-star apartment complex with pal Brad – who he’d flown out with alongside friend Lucy Law – to go to Tenerife’s New Generation Rave festival. He left one of the last events on Sunday night with two men he’d met that evening – and was last heard from around 8.30am the next day. Police, who promised to keep an “open mind” about his disappearance yesterday, then scanned his accommodation for clues. But Jay’s stricken mum Debbie said there was “nothing untoward there”. She explained: “Police have been into Jay’s room today. I’ve been in his room as well. “But everything of Jay’s was neatly hung up, it’s just a normal room and there’s nothing untoward there.” Yesterday the worried mum shared a twisted Snapchat she was sent as she touched down in Tenerife on Tuesday – telling her to “kiss goodbye to your son”. Speaking on Wednesday evening Debbie told ITN: “I got a Snapchat about 10 minutes after I got off the plane saying ‘Kiss goodbye to your boy, you’re never going to see him again, he owes me a lot of money.” She added: “I just think he’s being held against his will. He’s not a stupid lad. He wouldn’t have gone walking down bloody mountains. “There’s a road there with tourists and buses and properties, He’s not that daft.” In the three days since Jay vanished his heartbroken family have had to endure an onslaught of sick messages from trolls claiming to have kidnapped the teen. One even came from a so-called medium who claimed to know where Jay was – and promised to tell his mum if she’d pay for their flights to Tenerife. Online sleuths have also been posting unverified claims and bogus theories on Facebook, where over 330,000 people have joined the group ‘Jay Slater Missing’. Jay shared a video of him laughing with pals on Sunday evening before he disappearedSolarpix Apprentice bricklayer Jay, from Oswaldtwistle in Lancashire, was booked on a flight back to the UK this morning. But Debbie, who has now been joined in Tenerife by Jay’s dad Warren Slater, said she has his passport and isn’t expecting him to reappear in time to catch his plane. Around 15 of Jay’s family and friends have flown out to the Canary Island this week to help with the search. She has been staying at another apartment in the same complex Jay had booked into although she is due to move to new accommodation on Thursday. After scouring his room with cops she said: “His passport was there along with all his euros which I’ve got now. “I’m not sure he had any money on him when he made that last call to his friend Lucy on Monday morning before he vanished. “I haven’t slept since all this began and I’ve no plans to go up to the search site right now. “I just want to be here for if he does turn up but I’ve got a bad feeling. I’m being warned there’s a lot of bad people in Tenerife.” Debbie, who previously told how sick trolls were calling her up claiming to have kidnapped her son, said “no ransom demand [has] come in yet”. She said of the creepy Snapchat: “There’s been that many prank calls that I don’t know whether that was one but I’m passing on information to police that I think could be relevant and I thought that could be. “For me it’s just a question of sitting and waiting and hoping that tomorrow they’ll be good news.” SEARCH OPERATION Jay has been missing for three days now after vanishing early on Monday morning. A Spanish missing persons association has launched an appeal for help in finding him, dubbing his case one of “high vulnerability”. The nonprofit has sounded the alarm in previous cases involving Brits and urged anyone with information to call the country’s emergency number 112. Tragically valuable hours were wasted in the search on Wednesday when cops moved the operation to the other side of Tenerife after a false sighting. Mountain rescue were told around midday to leave the hills where Jay was last seen and move to the southern tourist resorts of Los Cristianos and Playa de Las Americas. The huge search operation was later moved back near the village of Masca in northwestern Tenerife after the report turned out to be false. The “Jay Slater Missing” Facebook group, which already has more than 330,000 members, claimed that cops were stopping drivers in the area to show them Jay’s photo on Wednesday morning. Fiona Duncan, possibly Jay’s maternal aunt, announced in the page that she would be travelling out to help with Jay’s uncle and vowed to find him. She wrote: “Myself, Jay’s uncle and sister in law fly out today at 3pm to search for Jay. “I just want to thank everyone for their kind words and support. We will find him.” Jay’s last Snapchat – sent on Monday morning before he disappeared Cops stopping cars in Tenerife to show drivers Jay’s picture MUM’S URGENT PLEA In her latest appeal for information, a distraught Debbie spoke to ITN on Wednesday evening. She said: “It’s a nightmare. It’s just an absolute living nightmare. “I wouldn’t wish this on anybody. I just want my baby back. Please, just anybody who can help just look for him. “There’s a massive area up there, massive. It’s over 48 hours now since he last had any contact with anybody.  “He’s out there somewhere, or somebody knows where he is. We just need to find my baby.” Jay was on his first holiday abroad this past weekend, which his mum happily encouraged him to take – while still warning him to stay vigilant. Debbie said: “First holiday abroad, saving up, looking forward to this event, three-day DJs from everywhere, absolutely buzzing about it. “Now I just wish I hadn’t have encouraged him to go, I should have said ”don’t go to Tenerife’. “I said to him as well, I said ”Jay please have your wits about you, you’re in a foreign country, just stay together”.” Coronation Street star's plea for help By Anita Markoff, TV reporter VICKY Entwhistle, who used to play Janice Battersby on ITV soap Coronation Street, shared a heartbreaking post on Tuesday as the search continues for missing teen Jay Slater. Vicky shared one of the missing posters circulating online, adding: “My God Mother’s Grandson has gone missing. His Mother has flown out 7pm. To join the police search. “Hope to God they find him. Please pray for him.” Fans flocked to the comments to offer reassurance, with one saying: “Saw this on Facebook Vicky, it seems to be getting shared far and wide, hopefully there will be some good news imminently with all the love and support out there, just makes it so much harder when abroad! Love and prayers for you all.” Another offered: “We are in Tenerife if we can help in any way let us know.” Jay’s friend Lucy Mae Law was the last person to speak to him before he vanished Rescue teams scouring the hills for Jay on Wednesday Jay’s mum Debbie with her partner Andy

  • Watch as Love Island villain Ronnie eavesdrops on crying Harriett after brutal break-up in scenes that made fans furious
    on June 20, 2024 at 8:06 am

    LOVE Island villain Ronnie Vint eavesdropped on Harriett Blackmore crying after their brutal break-up scene that made fans furious. The semi professional footballer, 27, has had a number of the girls fighting for his attention in recent weeks. Harriett Blackmore broke down after she was dumped by Ronnie Vint last nightEroteme The hunk listened in on the conversation as Harriett got upsetEroteme He was originally involved in a love triangle with Harriett and Jess White, and then when bombshell Tiffany Leighton arrived, she replaced Jess in the awkward situation. Last night ladies man Ronnie told Harriett that he was going to give his all to Tiffany – leaving her heartbroken. The dancer took herself off to the make-up room and started blow drying her last extensions, so Jess and Nicole Samuel decided to check in on her. Jess told her: “You can be upset Harriett, your blow drying your lashes for a reason.” Harriett told the girls: “He basically just said he’s going to give it all to Tiffany at the moment.” “It’s okay to be upset over somebody,” Nicole replied. As Harriett started to cry, the pair hugged her and Jess told her: “This is what we need.” Nicole added: “You need to tell us, we can’t help and be there for you unless you tell us openly that you get upset.” A frustrated Harriett said back: “The thing is I don’t like Ronnie, no I don’t it’s just, obviously he’s the only person in here I’ve had a thing for. Meanwhile Ronnie crept up to the door and listened in on the conversation. Jess told her: “You don’t have to be so strong about it. You just need to be open and honest because then we can help you and get you through it.” Many viewers watching at home were confused about why he was listening in. One pointed out on X, formerly known as Twitter: “Not Ronnie listening in. I can’t deal with him. He never liked Harriet to begin with #loveIsland.” Another said: “was ronnie just standing there listening to harriet crying …. very very weird behavior.” Love Island line-up 2024 Love Island is back on the box with a brand new batch of sexy islanders all looking for love this summer. The Girls Grace Jackson – Stunning model Grace Jackson is Joey Essex’s ex. Tiffany Leighton – Tiffany Leighton is a HR coordinator from Hertfordshire. Uma Jammeh – Since arriving in the villa Uma Jammeh has turned a few heads and knows what she wants Mimii Ngulube – Student nurse Mimii Ngulube has swapped Portsmouth for Majorca. Jess White – Shop manager Jess White hails from Stockport. Harriett Blackmore – Harriet Blackmore is good pals with YouTuber Saffron Barker. Nicole Samuel – Account manager and former champion dancer Nicole Samuel is a 2024 Islander. The boys Wil Anderson – Hunk in trunks Wil Anderson stands at 6’4 in height. Omar Nyame – PE teacher Omar Nyame is hoping to turn heads in the villa. Joey Essex – Towie legend and reality star OG Joey Essex was a surprise bombshell. Ciaran Davies – Welsh rugby hunk Ciaran Davies is in the plush villa. Sean Stone – Sean Stone runs a sweet firm and is hoping he is just as sweet with the ladies. Ayo Odukoya – Meet Ayo Odukoya who is a footballer and former model. Ronnie Vint – The Sun revealed how Ronnie Vint – who is best mates with Olivia Attwood’s hubby Bradley Dack – is in the villa this summer. Dumped: Samantha Kenny – Liverpool lass Samantha Kenny went in week three. Patsy Field – Influencer Patsy Field went in week two. Munveer Jabbal – Munveer Jabbal also left the villa in week two. Sam Taylor – Hairdresser Sam Taylor was first to go after Joey Essex stole his girl. “ronnie listening to her crying omfg GO AWAY,” a third tweeted. A fourth added: “not ronnie sneaking and listening to the convo.” Meanwhile others raged as they watched Ronnie and Tiffany ‘mock’ Harriett behind her back. The hunk told Harriett that he wouldn’t kiss his new girl Tiffany in bed, but didn’t keep to his promise. The new couple had a cheeky smooch under the covers when nobody was looking, and then started whispering about Harriett. He asked what she had been saying in the make-up room about their triangle, and Tiffany scoffed: “She was just talking s**t”. Viewers raged as they watched them talking about her. One raged: “Tiffany and Ronnie need to watch their tone about my good sis HARRIETT.” Another said: “Why is Tiffany not talking her s**t in front of Harriet ??” A third ranted: “Ronnie kissing Tiffany straight after telling Harriett he wouldn’t do just that ?!?” Love Island LATEST Couples LOVE Island's latest coupling-up ceremony saw Samantha Kenny sent home - but who is now partnered up? Grace & Joey Harriett & Sean Jess & Omar Mimii & Ayo Nicole & Ciaran Tiffany & Ronnie Uma & Wil

  • ‘Crass and classless, you need a wake up call’ woman sparks outrage with belly-baring co-ord for ‘small family wedding’
    on June 20, 2024 at 8:00 am

    YOU might think of a midi dress, or a cute top and trousers combo. But one woman has sparked outrage after modelling the belly-baring top and skirt she was planning to wear to a “small family wedding”. tiktok/@lilyyy_robsonLily sparked outrage with the two-piece she was planning to wear to a “small family wedding”[/caption] tiktok/@lilyyy_robsonThe brown co-ord drew attention to her slim frame[/caption] tiktok/@lilyyy_robsonBut some trolls slammed her for it, with one calling the outfit “crass and classless”[/caption] Lily took to her TikTok page to share a video of herself wearing the brown two-piece, as she wrote over the top: “TikTok help a girl out/ “Is this acceptable to wear to a small family wedding? “Because I can’t decide and the wedding is on Friday so I need an outfit ASAPPPPP.” The outfit consisted of a one-shouldered crop top and a low-slung skirt with ruched detailing on the waist. She teamed it with a cute gold bag, and wore her blonde hair up. The ensemble also drew attention to Lily’s belly button piercing. And while she clearly felt confident in the outfit, people in the comments section weren’t convinced it was suitable for a family wedding. “Call me old fashioned but don’t think you should be showing your navel at a wedding,” one raged. “That’s a party or holiday outfit not a wedding guest outfit.” “What is up with all these girls on TikTok wearing trampy wedding outfits with their bellies and bums out?!” another added. “Gen Z need a wake up call. “Crass and classless!” “No!!! and I’m baffled as to why you think it could be,” a third commented. As someone else wrote: “Wait what? Noooooooo!” “No.. I’d wear that with a denim jacket to go to the shops,” another added. To which Lily replied: “Each to their own, I guess.” Dos and don’ts of wedding dress codes By Josie Griffiths, Fabulous deputy editor and bride-to-be. I’ll never forget the wedding I went to in October 2022 where a guest wore a white dress. It was ill-fitting, knee length and looked nothing like an actual wedding dress, but that didn’t stop everyone judging her. The rules on wedding guest outfits – which are annoyingly loads stricter for women than they are for men – are meant to be about “not upstaging the bride”, which in reality is quite hard to do on someone else’s wedding day. But if you get it wrong as a guest, you do end up looking a bit silly, and in front of loads of people who don’t know you personally. It’s just not the occasion for your new white dress, as much as online stores love dumping them in the ‘wedding guest’ section. I’d avoid anything too tight/short, and ditch super formal gowns unless the dress code calls for them – you don’t want to be in a full length sequin gown at a smart casual event. Personally I don’t like black dresses either, it isn’t a funeral. Otherwise you should be pretty safe. Technically wearing red means you’re in love with the groom, but that’s the kind of rule most people would scoff at nowadays. I do always check what colour the bridesmaids are in, just to be safe, after the Spanish wedding where I watched them walk down the aisle in the exact same dress I’d had in my Asos shopping basket just weeks earlier. If in doubt, safest to just double check with the bride… but if you’re already doubting your dress that might be all the answer you need. “Looks more like an outfit you’d wear out drinking with the girls,” someone else mused. But others defended Lily, and insisted the outfit was fine to wear to the nuptials. “Am I the only person this thinks she’s slayed here and I’d definitely wear this for a wedding too?” one questioned. “Yes!! So cute!” another added. “I literally do not understand why not????? Like seriously? You look gorg babe,” a third praised. “No idea why people are hating, it’s fine for a wedding,” someone else agreed. “She’s not the bride. Chill!” “I work at a wedding venue, we see girls dressed like this 24/7 so i’d say it is normal,” another insisted. Following the backlash, Lily settled on another outfit for the wedding, and took to TikTok to share a video of herself wearing the one-shouldered, figure-hugging brown dress. tiktok/@lilyyy_robsonShe ended up wearing a figure-hugging brown dress for the occasion instead – although she kept the same gold bag[/caption]

  • Euro 2024 free bets and offers – New customer deals from our betting partners
    on June 20, 2024 at 8:00 am

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  • Royal Ascot 2024 free bets and bonus offers: New customer deals for iconic flat racing week
    on June 20, 2024 at 8:00 am

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  • Get a free placepot every time England score when you stake £5 on the Three Lions with Tote
    on June 20, 2024 at 8:00 am

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  • Ascot Gold Cup horse numbers 2024 – full list of runners and riders for HUGE race
    on June 20, 2024 at 8:00 am

    ROYAL ASCOT is rolling on at speed with the iconic Ascot Gold Cup taking place TODAY. And you will notice each horse has a number on them to track during the big race. Follow yours with the FULL list of runners and numbers for the Gold Cup below… Frankie Dettori claimed the Gold Cup last yearPA Royal Ascot 2024 free bets and bonus offers 1 Coltrane Jockey: Oisin Murphy Trainer: Andrew Balding 14/1 2 Enemy Jockey: Richard Kingscote Trainer: Ian Williams 100/1 3 Kyprios Jockey: Ryan Moore Trainer: Aidan O’Brien 6/5 4 Prydwen Jockey: Callum Shepherd Trainer: George Scott 66/1 5 Sweet William Jockey: Robert Havlin Trainers: John and Thady Gosden 18/1 6 Trawlerman Jockey: William Buick Trainers: John and Thady Gosden 8/1 7 Trueshan Jockey: Hollie Doyle Trainer: Alan King 40/1 8 Vauban Jockey: Colin Keane Trainer: Willie Mullins 7/1 9 Gregory Jockey: James Doyle Trainer: John and Thady Gosden 6/1 10 Caius Chorister Jockey: Benoit De La Sayette Trainer: David Menuisier 12/1 Frankie Dettori's exclusive Royal Ascot tips MEMBERS ENCLOSURE is the ONLY place to get Frankie Dettori’s Royal Ascot tips and brilliant new column this year. The world’s most famous jockey will bring you his best bet and a big-price fancy every day of the five-day meeting. Delivered to your inbox every night, get on his picks at the best prices and read his behind-the-scenes dispatch from the biggest week of Flat racing there is. It’s all exclusively here in Members Enclosure – and yours for just £1 for the first month (£3 thereafter). When you join our brilliant new Members Enclosure you’ll also get Templegate’s tips first and our exclusive newsletter from Andrew Balding full of behind-the-scenes info. Read The Sun’s agenda-setting Favourite pullout from 9pm every night and get free tickets to the races as well. Be first out the gates when you join Members Enclosure. Gold Cup day schedule at Royal Ascot Norfolk Stakes (Group 2) – 2:30pm King George V Stakes (Handicap) – 3:05pm Ribblesdale Stakes (Group 2) – 3:45pm Gold Cup (Group 1) – 4:25pm Britannia Stakes (Heritage Handicap) – 5.05pm Hampton Court Stakes (Group 3) – 5:40pm Buckingham Palace Stakes (Handicap) – 6:15pm Remember to gamble responsibly A responsible gambler is someone who: Establishes time and monetary limits before playing Only gambles with money they can afford to lose Never chase their losses Doesn’t gamble if they’re upset, angry, or depressed Gamcare – www.gamcare.org.uk Gamble Aware – www.gambleaware.org Find our detailed guide on responsible gambling practices here. For help with a gambling problem, call the National Gambling Helpline on 0808 8020 133 or go to www.gamstop.co.uk

  • Roy Keane plays Roy Keane really well, claims Gary Lineker as he spills beans on Man Utd legend
    on June 20, 2024 at 7:59 am

    GARY LINEKER has spilled the beans on Roy Keane after admitting the Manchester United legend “plays himself really well.” The pair are both in Germany to cover Euro 2024, with Lineker lining up for the BBC and Keane with rival broadcaster ITV. ITVGary Lineker has spilled the beans on what Roy Keane is really like[/caption] BBCThe BBC pundit has had his say on Keane’s hard-man act[/caption] The Irishman has a reputation for his no-nonsense style of punditry, savaging anyone who falls foul in his books. As a result, Keane is one of the most popular figures on TV with football fans. Yet Lineker has hinted that the former midfielder’s on-screen persona doesn’t come to the fore when off the box. He claims every time he has met Keane, the Red Devils icon has been nothing short of charming. And Lineker wonders whether Keane plays up his nasty act when the cameras are rolling. He said on The Rest Is Football podcast: “People think ‘Roy Keane, oh he’s scary, he’s hard’.  “Obviously he had a reputation when he played. “But every time I’ve met Roy he’s a delightful guy, and you think to yourself, ‘I wonder if Roy Keane plays Roy Keane well.” EURO 2024 FREE BETS AND OFFERS Micah Richards, who regularly works with Keane on Sky Sports, chimed in: “It’s just when he’s watching his team week in, week out, getting frustrated.” Keane certainly didn’t hold back on the opening day of the Euros when Scotland lost 5-1 to hosts Germany. Roy Keane's angriest moments What really ticks off Roy Keane? The Irishman is known for his no-nonsense approach to football. And some particular things really do get on Keane’s wick. It all makes for great entertainment for fans, who love the Man United legend’s take on the beautiful game. But is Keane being a bit too sensitive himself? From smiling players to ABBA, nothing is sacred. And we all know about his dislike for a prawn sarnie… Here are the things that really make Roy Keane angry. MAN UTD TRANSFER NEWS LIVE: All the latest deals and rumours from Old Trafford He obliterated Steve Clarke’s men with a post-match blast, which may have inspired the Scots to a credible 1-1 draw with Switzerland in their second game last night. Keane said: “When you’re playing football at this level you’ve got to hit people. Hit them properly, hit them aggressively, do it in the right way. “It’s no good talking after the game about ‘We had a game plan’ – rubbish. “Andy Robertson, it’s all just rubbish coming out. You knew before the game what was at stake. “After the game it’s no good going ‘We’ll regroup, we’ll be angry tomorrow’, no, you should be angry for a long time. “They spoke before the game about creating history. They’re creating history alright by playing as bad as that, letting their manager and supporters down.” EURO 2024 LIVE: KEEP UP TO DATE WITH ALL THE LATEST NEWS FROM GERMANY

  • Sir Jim Ratcliffe slams Uefa over ‘unfair’ collapse of Man Utd’s Jean-Clair Todibo transfer from Nice
    on June 20, 2024 at 7:56 am

    SIR JIM RATCLIFFE has slammed Uefa over the collapse of Jean-Clair Todibo’s proposed transfer from Nice. Manchester United are long-term admirers of the centre-back. Sir Jim Ratcliffe slammed Uefa over Jean-Clair Todibo’s collapsed transferGetty Man Utd have been long-term admirers of the defender But they will not be allowed to sign him due to Ratcliffe’s ownership of Nice. Uefa rules forbid players making transfers between clubs that play in the same competition who share the same owners – Ineos have a stake in Nice and United. Ratcliffe is not a fan of the ruling as he believes it is unfair on Todibo, although he refused to name the Frenchman. The United chief told Bloomberg: “They’ve said we can sell him to another Premiership club, but we can’t sell to Manchester United. “But that’s not fair on the player and I don’t see what that achieves.” Todibo, 24, had been in talks over a transfer to United for several months. But he could still make a move to the Premier League with Aston Villa a potential destination. The Red Devils will have to look elsewhere for defensive reinforcements and they have a number of targets in mind. BEST FREE BET SIGN UP OFFERS FOR UK BOOKMAKERS Portugal and Sporting defender Goncalo Inacio has caught the eye after helping his team win the league last season. While United have agreed personal terms with Jarrad Branthwaite but are yet to match Everton’s £75million asking price.

  • Denmark vs England – Euro 2024: Three Lions aiming to secure last-16 spot as Southgate faces XI headache – stream FREE
    on June 20, 2024 at 7:56 am

    ENGLAND will seal their place in the knockout stages with a win over Denmark THIS evening! Gareth Southgate‘s men kicked off their Euro 2024 campaign with a 1-0 victory over Serbia thanks to an inspired performance from Jude Bellingham. Jude Bellingham scored in England’s opening game win over DenmarkPA GettyDenmark need a win to improve their chances of reaching the second round[/caption] Denmark could not muster a victory of their own just hours earlier as they drew 1-1 with Slovenia. It means their clash with England becomes even more important as they eye a spot in the second round. Failure to beat the Three Lions could leave Denmark outside the top two spots ahead of their final group game against Serbia. Defeat and a Slovenia win over Serbia would put Denmark thoroughly on the back foot. And they will be the underdogs heading into this one, despite England‘s somewhat flat display in Gelsenkirchen. First place in the group will secure a last-16 tie against a third-place finisher, so it is there for England to clinch a smoother path towards the quarter-finals. But can they maintain their 100 per cent start in Frankfurt? Here is everything you need to know ahead of the game. EURO 2024 FREE BETS AND OFFERS What is their form like? Eriksen’s strike gave Denmark the perfect start to their Euros campaign against Slovenia. But they ended up holding on towards the end, a tactic that proved costly when Erik Janza pounced to equalise late on. England come into the game knowing three points could seal top spot in the group. But they will almost certainly need to improve on their performance against Serbia. Southgate’s men were criticised for dropping deeper in the second half and relinquishing control of the game – something that needs addressing if they have serious hopes of winning the tournament. What is the team news and any injuries to worry about? Denmark pair Christian Norgaard and Mathias Jensen are two players pushing to force their way into the Danes’ starting line-up following a disappointing draw to Slovenia. Morten Hjulmand and Jonas Wind could be the pair to make way. Captain Simon Kjaer may also come back into the fold after being rested for the opener. England are not expected to make any changes from the XI that began the win over Serbia. Luke Shaw is still not ready to play, Southgate confirmed. Trent Alexander-Arnold and Phil Foden should keep their places ahead of competition from Conor Gallagher, Eberechi Eze and Anthony Gordon. Who will be the star men? Christian Eriksen Christian Eriksen remains Denmark’s main man Eriksen proved against Slovenia that he remains the Danes’ main man. Everything runs through the Manchester United midfielder when they go forward and they will need him to be their source of creativity against England. But at the age of 32 it remains to be seen whether he has the physical capabilities to perform at a high level every few days. Jude Bellingham Jude Bellingham was sensational in England’s opening game Bellingham’s performance against Serbia was one of the standout in the tournament so far. The England man controlled the game in the first half, scoring and involving himself in everything positive that Southgate’s men created. But the Denmark game will be his 50th for club and country this season, so there is a question mark as to whether he can manage his fitness levels as the Euros unfold. What have the managers said? Speaking after the win over Serbia, England boss Southgate said: “I thought physically we had players that needed the game. We’ve had a lot of players that hadn’t played 90 minutes for a long time. “We expended a lot of energy in that first half. I knew that we would dip. And it was a good moment to bring Conor [Gallagher] into the game, who can get up to the ball and provide that bit more defensive solidity at that time. “There’s obviously a lot of new players, young players, so the team that started was a very experienced team in terms of international and club bar Marc, really, who had a brilliant game. “So we’re just going to have to assess as we go from game to game.” SunSport prediction Denmark 0-2 England When is Denmark vs England? England’s second game of Euro 2024 will take place on THIS evening – Thursday, June 20. The game will kick off at 5pm BST. Deutsche Bank Park in Frankfurt, Germany will play host to the big game. What channel is it and can it be live streamed? Denmark vs England will be shown live on BBC One in the UK. You can live stream the action from the BBC iPlayer, which is available for download onto your mobile or tablet device. Can I watch for FREE? Yes! You can watch the game for FREE on BBC One and the BBC iPlayer, so long as you have a valid TV licence. Odds Denmark – 9/2 Draw – 3/1 England – 8/13 *Odds courtesy of William Hill and correct at time of publication.

  • Man Utd fans cry ‘ex-Ajax player again… what is this life?’ as Erik ten Hag’s next transfer target is revealed
    on June 20, 2024 at 7:52 am

    ERIK TEN HAG looks set to turn to an old face again in the transfer market – leaving fans fuming. The Dutchman will be in charge next season after a managerial fiasco that ended with United opting to stick with Ten Hag. GettyErik ten Hag has kept his Manchester United job[/caption] And now the manager is getting to work with potential additions to strengthen his squad. According to Fabrizio Romano, United are looking to sign a new midfielder with Casemiro likely to leave. And Mexico captain Edson Alvarez is believed to be an option under consideration for Ten Hag. Alvarez is currently with West Ham having joined the Hammers in 2023 from Ajax – where he spent three seasons with Ten Hag. It is not the first time Ten Hag has signed a former Ajax star – leaving fans predicting deja vu. One said: “Ex Ajax player again. What is this life.” Another added: “Ten hag’s obsession with Ajax will be the end of us.” Although one argued: “Alvarez is a good player to be fair.” CASINO SPECIAL – BEST CASINO WELCOME OFFERS Ten Hag paid £86million for winger Antony, one of his best players during his time with Ajax. But the Brazilian has struggled with life in England and only has 11 goals in his 82 United appearances. Antony faces an uncertain future at Old Trafford as the club look to shift on players in the summer window. MAN UTD TRANSFER NEWS LIVE: All the latest deals and rumours from Old Trafford

  • Sir Jim Ratcliffe says Ten Hag not ‘central issue’ at Man Utd and tells fans not to expect improvement for THREE YEARS
    on June 20, 2024 at 7:41 am

    SIR JIM RATCLIFFE has opened up on Manchester United’s chaotic handling of Erik ten Hag’s future. The Red Devils brass had decided to give the Dutchman his P45 before last month’s FA Cup final triumph over local rivals Manchester City. GettyErik ten Hag was set to be relieved of his duties as Manchester United manager last month[/caption] GETTYBut he saved his bacon by winning the FA Cup[/caption] GETTYSir Jim Ratcliffe has decided to give the Dutchman a new contract[/caption] ALAMYThe billionaire insists the club’s problems are much deeper than who is in charge of the team[/caption] But Ratcliffe performed a major U-turn this month, opting to hand the former Ajax boss a new deal at Old Trafford after an end-of-season review. That’s despite speaking to multiple managers to replace the 54-year-old, including former Chelsea boss Thomas Tuchel. The decision to retain Ten Hag’s services will ensure continuity remains, although Ratcliffe insists United’s problems are much bigger than who is at the helm of the ship. The INEOS billionaire told Bloomberg: “The coach isn’t the central issue at Manchester United. “It’s a sports club. It needs to be competitive, it needs a degree of intensity. “But with a supportive side to it because you are dealing with players who are relatively young. “It hasn’t had that type of environment historically.” The club can finally start the process of identifying transfer targets now that Ten Hag’s been told he’ll be in charge next season. EURO 2024 FREE BETS AND OFFERS Ten Hag was steadfast in his belief last season that the club can challenge on all fronts with some additions to a fully fit squad. But Ratcliffe, 71, doesn’t foresee the club’s woes on the pitch disappearing anytime soon. He admitted: “I’m not confident that we’ll solve all the problems in the first transfer window.” Ratcliffe isn’t writing off the club’s chances of challenging for major honours next season, he just thinks they’ll be better placed in the 2025/26 campaign. “We’re sort of a bit handicapped in that sense, so I think we’ll do a fairly good job,” he said. “It will take two or three summer windows to get to a better place.” Erik ten Hag is no safer now than before FA Cup win By Neil Custis After Manchester United announced Erik ten Hag was staying on, they tried to explain why it has taken over two weeks since the Dutchman paraded the FA Cup at Wembley to actually tell him he still had the job. A thorough review of the season was needed even though Ten Hag said before the Cup final that this had been done. The club said that they had ‘considered all eventualities’. In other words ‘which manager would be best for us, and not necessarily the bloke we have got?’. And the club were also at pains to make it clear how much they admired Ten Hag’s ‘dedication, dignity and professionalism’. In other words he did not publicly flip his lid at the appalling way he was being treated despite asking Ratcliffe for a public vote of confidence months before the end of the season. Let us remember Ratcliffe did not even namecheck Ten Hag in his ‘congratulations message’ after the FA Cup was won, despite the fact it was all down to him and the way he outthought Pep Guardiola on the day. Read the full column from Neil Custis on Manchester United. It’s been six months since Ratcliffe finally got his hands on shares in the club and was given control of sporting matters. And he admits the club has been run more like a business than a football team under the ownership of the Glazer family. He said: “We’ve got more accountants than we’ve got sporting people at Manchester United. “If you’re not careful, the Premier League is going to finish up spending more time in court than it is thinking about what’s good for the league.” The Old Trafford faithful are hopeful that Ratcliffe will help restore the club back to its past glory. That’s ultimately the primary goal of life-long United fan Ratcliffe, although he’s all too aware that Rome wasn’t built in a day. “There’s room for improvement everywhere we look at Manchester United, and we will improve everything,” he said. “We want to be where Real Madrid is today, but it’ll take time.”

  • Jay Slater missing updates — Search continues in Tenerife amid kidnapping fears as mum sent threatening Snapchat
    on June 20, 2024 at 7:31 am

    THE SEARCH for Jay Slater continues amid fears the teen was kidnapped after his mum was sent a threatening Snapchat upon her arrival in Tenerife. Jay Slater, 19, from Lancashire, was on the island for a festival when he went missing after making a desperate phone call to his pals saying he was in the “middle of nowhere”. Jay’s worried mum Debbie Duncan has now shared the twisted Snapchat she was sent when she touched down in Tenerife on Tuesday – telling her to “kiss goodbye to your son”. This comes as the teen’s pal Lucy branded his disappearance “suspicious.” Do you have information about missing Jay? Get in touch on 07741005808. Follow our live blog below for the latest news and updates…

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    on June 20, 2024 at 7:30 am

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  • Full list of school uniform sales including bargain supermarket selling entire outfit for £5
    on June 20, 2024 at 7:26 am

    EARLY birds can swoop in to save on school uniform from this week – but you’ll need to act fast. With special offers on kit starting at supermarkets and department stores this week, savvy parents will want to be first in line to ensure they get the best deals. AlamyYou don’t have to pay an arm and leg for school uniform[/caption] Sainsbury’s and Marks and Spencer are among those with school uniform sales in the next fortnight, with up to 25% off. With uniform, shoes, bags and sports kit costing £482 a year per secondary school child, according to recent figures, every saving is welcome. Here, we have compiled some of the best deals on the market and when you need to bag them by. Sainsbury’s There’s currently 25% off all Tu clothing, including school uniform. The offer lasts until midnight on Thursday 27 and runs in stores as well as online at tu.co.uk. The deal brings a pack of two jumpers down from £7 to £5.25. Aldi The store’s £5 Back to School Uniform Bundle is available from July 4 until stock runs out. For a fiver, families can pick up two polo shirts, one sweatshirt or cardigan and a choice of trousers, skirt or cargo shorts. Aldi has also introduced a 12-month satisfaction guarantee to its famous bundle, giving families some reassurance that the clothes will last the school year. As with many Aldi offers, the items are only available while stocks last. Lidl Prices start at £1.50 for a sweatshirt and for £5 you can stock up on two polo shirts, a sweatshirt and trousers, skirt or shorts. Like Aldi, the uniform at Lidl is generally only available for a limited time, so don’t delay if you want to get a good deal. Look out for the uniform arriving during the first weeks of July. M&S Marks and Spencer has announced that it will be offering 20% off school uniform from July 2 for a limited time. The deal will bring the price of a three-pack of responsibly-sourced polo shirts down from £7 to £5.60. Prices at M&S have stayed the same since 2021 and the store says its kit is designed to be durable and pass the “hand-me-down” quality test. How to save money on school uniform EMILY Longman, reviews producer at parenting review site MadeforMums, which does an annual school uniform survey, reveals how parents get the best value: Price isn’t everything. Parents tell us they want uniform that lasts. In our MadeForMums school uniform survey in 2023, Sainsbury’s came out top for “worth the money”, with parents praising its quality.  Look out for features that will make uniform last as long as possible and grow with your child, including adjustable waistbands, let-down hems and stain-resistant treatments. Shop second-hand if you can at school recycling events, and also on Vinted or in charity stores. Some retailers, such as M&S, also have recycling initiatives where they offer discounts or vouchers if you donate old uniform. Asda Head to the George section at Asda to get a two-pack of dresses from £10, two jumpers from £5 and a five-pack of polo tops from £7.50. For extra savings, look out for Asda’s summer promotion, which may be set to start in the coming weeks. Morrisons Morrisons‘ school uniform range is available in up to 370 stores across the UK. You can get a three-pack of polo shirts for £4.95 and a two-pack of trousers for £10. And unlike some stores, the price doesn’t increase when you buy for older children. Tesco You can’t buy school uniform online at Tesco.com, so head into your local stock to browse the range. If you’re looking for a good deal, the store usually offers 25% off its uniform in the last week of the English school summer term. This will fall around July 22 this year. If it’s the same as other years, you’ll have around five days to bag a bargain. You can also save on school uniform when all clothing goes on sale in the store. This happens a few times a year. Matalan In Scotland, Matalan will have 20% off school uniform this week from Monday June 24 to Sunday June 30. The offer excludes shoes, accessories and underwear. Parents in other areas of the UK should keep their eyes peeled for a similar reduction towards the end of the summer term. John Lewis The department store has a full range of good quality uniform from its Anyday range, with prices starting at £2.33 for a polo shirt when you buy them in a multipack. You can also find a school uniform checklist at johnlewis.com, which is handy to make sure you have everything you need. How else to save on school uniform It’s not just buying from the right retailer that will save you money on school uniform. Here are some other cost-cutting tricks: Label everything, from clothes to colouring pencils, to make it less likely they’ll go missing. For value, a name stamp will last you years and you can reapply whenever it starts to fade. The biggest money-saver of all costs nothing – get double the wear out of school uniform by getting your kids to change out of it when they get home. Check out school nearly new sales, as well as Facebook marketplace and local charity shops, for cheaper school uniform. Buy a children’s foot measure to use at home so your can snap up bargains in online shoe sales. Get one at Next for £6.25. If you live in Scotland, Wales or Northern Ireland, and your child receives free school meals, you may be entitled to some financial help with the cost of school uniform. Go to gov.uk/school-uniform. Some local authorities in England will also lend a helping hand. Your child usually has to be receiving free school meals to qualify. Sign up to newsletters from Clarks to get 15% off a pair of shoes.  Those who work in the grocery industry and are on a low income get a £150 School Essentials grant from GroceryAid. Applications opened on June 17. Do you have a money problem that needs sorting? Get in touch by emailing money-sm@news.co.uk. Plus, you can join our Sun Money Chats and Tips Facebook group to share your tips and stories

  • General Election 2024 LIVE: Rishi Sunak and Keir Starmer set for BBC grilling tonight as PM vows to cut taxes
    on June 20, 2024 at 7:25 am

    RISHI Sunak and Keir Starmer will be joined by two other political leaders as they face a grilling tonight. The four leaders will face 30 minutes of questions from the public on a special edition of Question Time tonight on BBC. Question Time Leaders’ Special, airing at 8pm and hosted by Fiona Bruce, will be one of the last TV specials ahead of polling day. It comes as the Prime Minister vowed to cut taxes after inflation hit its target yesterday. Rishi has promised more cash in people’s pockets if he comes out on top after the General Election. Read our live blog below for the latest news and updates…

ब्रेकिंग न्यूज, खेल, टीवी, रेडियो और भी बहुत कुछ। आईओबी न्यूज नेटवर्क इंटरनेशनल से लेकर नेशनल न्यूज, पॉलिटिकल से सोशल, डिफेंस से करंट अफेयर्स, टेक्निकल न्यूज से एंटरटेनमेंट न्यूज तक, हर न्यूज कवरेज निष्पक्ष, बौद्धिक रूप से विश्लेषित, भरोसेमंद और विश्वसनीय है। आईओबी न्यूज नेटवर्क सूचित करता है, शिक्षित करता है और मनोरंजन करता है - आप जहां भी हों, आपकी उम्र चाहे जो भी हो।