Express, The/The Express on Sunday

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Publication date:
2022-04-22

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    WE STOOD with our backs to the kitchen wall at somebody's New Year's Eve party in Los Angeles. "The older you get, the quieter you become," reflected Christine McVie, clutching a crystal flute of champagne but not sipping a drop. Suddenly, she crossed the room to tip hers in the sink, then rejoined ...

  • Medical Negligence & Personal Injury law firm offering free 'no win, no fee' claim assessments

    IF YOU or someone you know have suffered due to medical negligence during a hospital stay, or have been injured in an accident that wasn't your fault, you could be entitled to financial compensation....

  • Swinney agrees to release Salmond case legal advice

    THE Scottish Government was last night forced into an embarrassing U-turn and had to agree to release crucial legal advice relating to Alex Salmond's successful judicial review over the handling of harassment complaints against him....

  • Smooth operator

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  • Is your hangover cure making things WORSE?

    Downing coffee The main cause of a hangover is the effect of ethanol - the alcohol in your drinks. It's a toxic chemical that also acts as a diuretic, which means it makes you pee more and you can become dehydrated....

  • Consent matters... you have the right to say no

    When the law surrounding revenge porn was changed last month, Love Island star Georgia Harrison, 28, says it wasn't a moment too soon....

  • Firm linked with axed DRS in new illegal waste row

    THE company hired to run Scotland's aborted Deposit Return Scheme was caught trying to export illegal waste to Europe months before the flagship recycling initiative was due to go live....

  • Steel giant's £7m loan goes unpaid

    SNP ministers have been urged to come clean about the status of a multi-million-pound loan to the steel company owned by Indian tycoon Sanjeev Gupta....

  • We're human too! Down's protesters launch court fight over abortion law

    A WOMAN is taking the Government to court over a "discriminatory" abortion law for babies with Down's syndrome....

  • THE WEEK THAT WAS

    1893 19 SEPTEMBER New Zealand gave women the vote. On signing an Electoral Act into law, governor Lord Glasgow made it the first self-governing country to grant women the right to vote in parliamentary elections. The law was the result of a long campaign led by suffragist Kate Sheppard - featured...

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