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Grow your garden with only a little green Grow your garden with only a little green
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Gardens can take many shapes and sizes, but they all need soil, tender loving care -- and a sprinkling of cash. Here's how you can control costs.          (USA Today)
Theresa May: What does PM's departure mean for NI?
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How will Theresa May's Downing Street departure impact Brexit, the border and power-sharing talks? (BBC News)
'Sabotaged' tanker in Gulf of Oman leaked oil
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A satellite spotted an oil slick trailing from a tanker mysteriously attacked off the UAE on 12 May. (BBC News)
UN poverty expert hits back over UK ministers' 'denial of facts'
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Exclusive: Philip Alston says he thought government response to his report might be a spoofThe United Nations expert whose warning of deepening poverty in Britain was this week dismissed as “barely believable” by ministers, has said the government’s denial is as worrying as the poverty itself.Philip Alston, the UN rapporteur on extreme poverty and human rights, published his final report on the state of Britain on Wednesday. In it he accused the government of the “systematic immiseration of a significant part of the British population”. Ministers responded that it was “a completely inaccurate picture of our approach to tackling poverty” and instead claimed the UK was among the happiest countries in the world. Continue reading... (The Guardian)
Poverty and lack of access to food causes poor diets in these 25 places across the US Poverty and lack of access to food causes poor diets in these 25 places across the US
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24/7 Wall St. identified 25 counties and areas where poverty leads to bad diets by analyzing incomes, SNAP participation, and availability to food.          (USA Today)
Media outlets follow Guardian to reconsider language on climate
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Use of terms ‘climate crisis’ and ‘global heating’ prompts reviews in other newsroomsWhy the Guardian is changing the language it uses about the environment The Guardian’s decision to alter its style guide to better convey the environmental crises unfolding around the world has prompted some other media outlets to reconsider the terms they use in their own coverage.After the Guardian announced it would now routinely use the words “climate emergency, crisis or breakdown” instead of “climate change”, a memo was sent by the standards editor of CBC, Canada’s national public broadcaster, to staff acknowledging that a “recent shift in style at the British newspaper the Guardian has prompted requests to review the language we use in global warming coverage”. Continue reading... (The Guardian)
Pamela Anderson: Assange rape allegations 'a setup'
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Swedish prosecutors recently reopened an inquiry into rape allegations against Julian Assange. Pamela Anderson says she thinks the accusations are "a setup." (May 24)          (USA Today)
Kendall Jenner lights up amfAR red carpet Kendall Jenner lights up amfAR red carpet
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Stars including Kendall Jenner, Tom Jones, Dua Lipa and Winnie Harlow arrive at the annual Cannes International Film Festival amfAR gala.. (May 24)          (USA Today)
Check out the bizarre way water boils in space
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They say “a watched pot never boils,” but you’re not going to want to miss seeing water boil in one big bubble in microgravity.          (USA Today)
Theresa May: Did she solve her seven burning injustices?
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When Theresa May became prime minister in July 2016 she identified seven burning injustices. (BBC News)