Peter Dinklage blasts Disney for remaking ‘f***ing backwards’ Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
‘What the f*** are you doing?’ said the actor
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Ozark fans are calling for Julia Garner to win awards for mid-season finale: ‘Performance of the year’
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Meat Loaf’s daughter says star was still joking around in his last moments
‘He flipped a couple of us off, which is very dad, very appropriate,’ said Amanda Aday
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Manchester United fixtures compared to Premier League top four rivals
Manchester United head into the winter break in pole position after reclaiming fourth ahead of West Ham, Arsenal and Spurs.
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2008 Beijing Olympics vs. 2022: No lofty promises this time
The 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics open in just over a week
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Biden hits out as Fox reporter asks him about inflation: ‘What a stupid son of a bitch’
Latest incident comes a week after president laughed at Peter Doocy during press conference
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Simonsway closed in Wythenshawe after overnight incident - updates
The closure is affecting some Stagecoach services in the area
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UK weather forecast: Frosty week before polar blast sees -7C freeze and 30 inches snow
It is set to be a frosty start to Tuesday for parts of the country and temperatures are likely to stay in single figures this week before a polar blast brings a -7C freeze and heavy snow
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Australian Open supporters ‘welcome’ to wear Peng Shuai T-shirts
Tennis Australia had been accused of prioritising commercial interests in China.
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Covid live news: Johnson faces outrage over lockdown birthday; Japan to impose restrictions on 70% of the country
News that the UK prime minister spent his birthday indoors with 30 guests in breach of Covid restrictions prompts new fury; Osaka, Kyoto and 16 additional regions in Japan to be put under tough new measuresBoris Johnson faces fresh outrage over lockdown birthday partyA full list of alleged UK government Covid rule-busting ‘parties’US to distribute 400m free N95 masks to pharmacies and health centres‘Paradigm shift’ needed in way WHO is funded, says director generalEngland to end Covid testing for double-vaccinated travellersHalf of first-wave Covid cases may have lasting harm to sense of smellHello it’s Samantha Lock with you on the blog as we unravel all the latest coronavirus developments.Let’s jump in with some news straight from the UK with the Downing Street crisis continuing to reach new lows. Continue reading...
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Liverpool transfer round-up: Wijnaldum's Premier League return link, Gomez 'approach'
Former Liverpool midfielder Georginio Wijnaldum could be on the way to a Premier League rival while out-of-favour defender Joe Gomez is linked with a January transfer
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EXPLAINER: What are US options for sanctions against Putin?
The financial options being bruited about to punish President Vladimir Putin if Russia invades Ukraine range from the sweeping to the acutely personal
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The National’s Aaron Dessner defends Taylor Swift’s ‘brilliant songwriting’ amid Damon Albarn feud
Damon Albarn has claimed Swift ‘doesn’t write her own songs’
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Delay in creating new cybersecurity board prompts concern
A key part of President Joe Biden’s plans to fight major ransomware attacks and digital espionage campaigns has been languishing for more than eight months
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Bob Dylan sells his entire recording catalogue to Sony
‘I’m glad that all my recordings can stay where they belong’
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Abortion opponents eye priorities as high court ruling looms
Opponents of abortion rights insist their work won't end even if the Supreme Court decides to dismantle the Roe v
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Shark attacks increased in 2021 following three years of decline, Florida scientists say
Scientists say there were 73 unprovoked attacks in 2021
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Ski resorts aim for more efficient snowmaking amid drought
With decreasing snowpack due to drought and climate change, the ski industry has invested millions of dollars in more efficient snowmaking systems
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EXPLAINER: Supreme Court takes up race in college admissions
The Supreme Court has agreed to review a challenge to the consideration of race in college admission decisions, often known as affirmative action
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Report: Anti-corruption fight is stalled, COVID not helping
A closely watched study by an anti-corruption organization finds that most countries have made little to no progress in bringing down corruption levels over the past decade
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Kamala Harris insists US will respond to Russian aggression - ‘Severe consequences!’
KAMALA HARRIS has insisted the United States will stand up to a Russian invasion of Ukraine as tensions rise in the Eastern European nation
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US orders 8,500 troops on heightened alert amid Russia worry
The Pentagon says Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin has ordered about 8,500 U.S. troops on heightened alert, preparing for possible deployment to Europe, if needed, to reassure NATO allies in the face of Russian aggression on the border of Ukraine
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Reparations to the Caribbean could break the cycle of corruption – and China’s grip | Kenneth Mohammed
The belt and road initiative is ensnaring vulnerable countries in debt via corrupt infrastructure projects. Slavery reparations from former colonial powers could help turn the tideGovernments around the world used Covid to erode human rights – reportAs Transparency International (TI) publishes their annual Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI) this week, it will be interesting to see where certain countries land: 2021 has been a bumper year for corruption.In Britain, corruption has been on the minds of journalists, academics and practitioners alike, as Boris Johnson tries to get himself run out, the only hope of him continuing his innings lying with Sue Gray. Continue reading...
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People Are Sharing Their Remarkable Foot Care Transformations On TikTok
We hope you love the products we recommend! All of them were independently selected by our editors. Just so you know, HuffPost UK may collect a share of sales or other compensation from the links on this page if you decide to shop from them. Oh, and FYI — prices are accurate and items in stock as of time of publication.Let’s admit it, many of us really don’t like to look at or even speak about feet.Most feet don’t look that appealing, but is that because we’ve completely missed out on a foot care routine? We know how to pamper our face and our body, but have we been neglecting our heels, soles and toes? It seems so!Foot care routines have been taking over TikTok, with the hashtag #feetcareroutine receiving 363.8k views. And this particular video has been doing the rounds. @missskena Reply to @sweetandsouracid Use this every single day and in a month you will see A HUGE DIFFERENCE #skincare#feetcare#scars♬ FOLLOW ME MIKUULSTANCE - MikuulstanceUser @misskena completely changed the appearance of her feet and we are in awe. One user commented: “FEET CAN GLOW ! what part of the body can’t glow
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5 Tips To Lure Yourself Away From Bed On These Cold Winter Mornings
The inviting comfort of your duvet and fortress of pillows are difficult to part with during these dark, cold winter mornings. But alas, work (and general life) beckon.At least there are some things you can do to lure yourself out of bed. You might need to trick or bribe yourself to prise yourself, but it needs to be done. Here are some things you can do to soften the blow. Leave your day clothes on the heater overnightIf your heaters automatically go on in the mornings then utilise this time. Leave out your day attire (yes WFH gang, you need to get out of your PJs) on the heater.Pick out a jumper/fleece to lock in maximum heat and leave it out on the radiator overnight. Don’t forget the socks. This way you’ll have a toasty set of clothes to get into in the morning,Plan a nice breakfastThere are two kinds of people in this world: those who can stomach breakfast and those who can’t. But, as the saying goes, breakfast is the most important meal of the day, so try not to skip it.In fact, you can promise yourself a nice meal and fill your plate with nutrient-rich plate of goodness. Can’t eat anything so early? Why not try a breakfast smoothie?Find something that will make you look forward to it and prepare for it beforehand.Shower before bedWhether you’re working from home or commuting to the office, the thought of getting under the shower in the morning is hardly tempting (even though you probably would enjoy it if you did it).So, why not have a bath or shower before you go to sleep so you still wake up clean – and have a restful night’s sleep – without needing to do it all on a cold freezing morning? Get walkingCommuter gang won’t have any problems with this one, but those WFH-ing might want to get moving before the work shift starts. Not only will this low-intensity workout get all the endorphins going, you’ll get your step count up and it’ll have you feeling better throughout your day.And bonus if it means you can walk to a nearby cafe for a morning tea or coffee (though you probably don’t want to do this every day).Alternatively, you might want to do some yoga or any other morning movement which will help start your day. Leave your alarm clock away from youThis is a classic move and while the other tips will have you wanting to leave the bed (or at least being okay with), it’s unlikely you’ll be thrilled about getting up to turn the alarm off.But it’s tried and tested. So maybe leave the alarm clock/your phone near the bedroom door, So by the time you get near it, you’ll feel like you’re already closer to the bathroom so you might as well get up. Related...6 Morning Habits That'll Make You Feel Like You Have Your Life Together7 Signs Of A Toxic Job You Can Spot On Your Very First DayI Tried The TikTok Hack To Fall Asleep In Two Minutes. Here's How It Went
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How To Start An Anti-Ageing Regime With Products That Actually Work
We hope you love the products we recommend! All of them were independently selected by our editors. Just so you know, HuffPost UK may collect a share of sales or other compensation from the links on this page if you decide to shop from them. Oh, and FYI — prices are accurate and items in stock as of time of publication.We have a complicated relationship with anti-ageing skincare.Yes, in principle we fully agree that there’s no shame in getting older. But how many of us can honestly say we’ve never been tempted by a cream that claims to zap wrinkles, or a serum swearing to reduce our eye bags? The global anti-ageing market is predicted to be worth a whopping £306 billion by 2030 – so there’s no denying that a lot of us are spending money on these products. If you’re going to buy these items, it’s helpful to know what works, and what’s just cleaver marketing. How can we add anti-ageing products into our daily skincare regimes that actually make a difference? What should we look for if we want to start targeting fine lines, wrinkles and hyperpigmentation? And when should we start doing it? To answer all these important questions (and many more) we’ve spoken to a number of skincare specialists and got the ‘411’ on the truth about anti-ageing skincare – and busted all the myths too! There’s no set age you should start using anti-ageing skincare productsBelieve it or not, there’s no set age when you should start using anti-ageing products to prevent the signs of ageing occurring. Ultimately, it’s your choice when (or if) you choose to implement anti-ageing products into your skincare routine. However, it’s important to note that the ageing process may start a little earlier than you would think. Mehmet Göker, dermatology specialist atVera Clinic, explains: “Although there is not a set age recommended to begin an anti-ageing skincare routine the ageing process can start as early as your twenties and visible signs may start appearing post 30.“I recommend starting to use anti-ageing products during your mid-twenties, however the choice is ultimately down to each individual putting their skin type into high consideration.”Helen Green, skincare expert at Transform Hospital Group, agrees, saying “everyone’s skin is different”.“It ages at different rates and because of that, we all need to have tailored skincare regimes,” she adds. “The process of ageing starts when skin starts to thin, when cell turnover slows and hydration is lost. This is when fine lines and wrinkles start to appear.”Prevention is key to healthy, youthful-looking skinIf your skin isn’t showing signs of ageing, Green recommends taking preventative steps to keep skin healthy, such as keeping it protected from UVA and UVB rays and keeping it hydrated. “Many people don’t believe that there is a difference between UVA and UVB rays and therefore don’t get adequate protection against both,” she says. “In actual fact, UVA rays have a longer wavelength and are associated with skin ageing, whereas UVB have a shorter wavelength and are associated with skin burning.“Both are invisible and dangerous and require protection on every day of the year, even if it’s cloudy outside.” Lots of people think that if their make-up or skincare already has SPF in it, they’re protected, but this isn’t always the case.  “In order to get the required level of protection, you would need a huge amount of make-up or skincare on your face – far more than even the biggest make-up or skincare fans could apply,” Green adds.Because of this, you’ll want to use suncream as well as your SPF moisturiser. It pays to establish your skin type According to Göker, it’s important to create a skincare routine that targets your specific skin type. This may also change as you age. “Firstly find a cleanser that suits your skin type. Facial cleansing should be the first step in any skincare routine as it is vital for removing any skincare product or makeup that you’ve applied during the day, as well as natural skin oils, pollutants, and bacteria that are accumulated,” he says. “Finding a good toner would be the next step to benefitting your skin by balancing the skin. Finally, you should regularly moisturise the skin to hydrate and soften.”As an extra step, Göker recommends applying an overnight facial serum and exfoliating weekly. Green agrees, explaining that: “Exfoliation is a very important skincare step as it removes surface grime, impurities, makeup and dead cells. This allows greater penetration of active ingredients when they are then applied to the freshly cleansed skin. “It is important however to avoid an overly aggressive exfoliant as this can have the negative effect of triggering oil production, dehydration and effect the barrier function of the skin.”For a gentler exfoliant, Green suggests using a glycolic acid as a chemical exfoliant to give skin a brighter, fresher look. For those worried about under-eye bags, Göker recommends adding a targeted eye cream to your makeup bag. Are retinoids important? If there’s one ingredient group we hear about time and again in anti-ageing ads, it’s retinoids. But what does this even mean? And do they work? Göker says the ”products to look out for that will benefit your skin include retinoids”. “This term is used for vitamin A compounds, such as retinol and retinoic acid. These ingredients have long been used topically to help repair sun-damaged skin and reduce fine lines and wrinkles,” he explains. “Retinol exfoliates the skin, increases skin cell turnover, and stimulates collagen synthesis beneficial for anti-ageing and skin-clearing benefits.”While there is no set time to start using retinoids (and you may not want to at all), Göker advises that you might want to consider them from your mid to late twenties and early thirties. Green agrees, explaining: “Everyone’s skin is different but as we start to age, our skin becomes thinner, cell turnover slows, you lose hydration and as a result, lines and wrinkles start to develop. “A topical retinoid (which contains Vitamin A) possesses anti-inflammatory properties and works by normalising the cell life cycle. It clears pores, smooths skin and gives a radiant appearance.”Do you need to buy the most expensive products?There’s a common misconception that more expensive skincare products produce better results, when this isn’t necessarily the case. “Many people get caught up in how much skincare costs, thinking that the most expensive products will be best for their skin,” Green says. “However, it’s less about the price and more about choosing the right product for your individual needs.′A good anti-ageing skincare regime is all about maintaining the health of your skin, she adds, through the use of antioxidants (such as Vitamin C and Vitamin E). “Most skin ageing is caused by external factors such as smoking, UV rays, stress and the consumption of alcohol,” says Green. “All these elements produce free radicals which attack and destroy healthy skin calls, causing premature ageing.”Taking note of the advice above, to help you kickstart your anti-ageing skincare regime (or improve it), we’ve put together a guide to some of the best buys for starter anti-ageing skincare. Related...17 Gentle But Mighty Beauty Buys For Sensitive Skin That Experts Love17 Vegan Grooming And Skincare Best Buys For Men This Month15 Multipurpose Beauty Products You Need In Your Life (And Makeup Bag)
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Manchester United transfer news LIVE Anthony Martial to Sevilla latest plus Paul Pogba updates
Keep track of the latest news, views and January transfer rumours from Man United with our daily blog updates.
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Manchester United are preparing for next manager with formation change
Man Utd have made a recent tactical change which should suit managerial candidates Erik ten Hag and Mauricio Pochettino.
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Bolton transfer update on Kyle Dempsey and window state of play as Wanderers declare intention
Wanderers have other targets should the pursuit of the Gillingham captain does not come to fruition
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Where is Peng Shuai? Shirts will be OK at Australian Open
Restrictions which resulted in the removal of a spectator for wearing a t-shirt supporting Chinese tennis player Peng Shuai at the Australian Open have been overhauled after international backlash
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Prosecutors: Video will show 3 cops violated Floyd's rights
Witness testimony gets underway in earnest Tuesday at the federal civil rights trial of three former Minneapolis police officers accused of failing to intervene as fellow Officer Derek Chauvin killed George Floyd
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US, UK and Europe totally united in the face of Russia threat to Ukraine, Biden says
Virtual meeting between western powers comes as the US put 8,500 troops on alert and as France prepares to host a meeting of Russian and Ukrainian officialsUS president Joe Biden has insisted there was “total” unity among western powers after crisis talks with European leaders on how to deter Russia from an attack against Ukraine.“I had a very, very, very good meeting – total unanimity with all the European leaders,” Biden told reporters shortly after finishing a one hour and 20 minute video conference on Monday with allied leaders from Europe and Nato. Continue reading...
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Police: Fire, clash at nightclub kill 19 people in Indonesia
Officials say a nightclub in Indonesia’s West Papua province burned after two groups clashed inside the building and 19 people were killed
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South Korea investigates North Korea in suspected double cruise missile launch Tuesday
NORTH KOREA is suspected of firing two cruise missiles on Tuesday morning, the Joint Chief of Staff is confirming.
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North Korea fires suspected cruise missiles after flurry of rocket launches
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George Floyd officers trial - live: Cops watched as victim ‘slowly killed’ in front of them, prosecutor tell court
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New York State Supreme Court rules Governor’s mask mandate is unconstitutional
Governor Hochul said she would challenge the ruling
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Minister says fraud in Government is rampant after ‘dramatic’ resignation
Lord Agnew resigned as the minister for efficiency and transformation over the Government’s ‘schoolboy’ handling of the Covid loan scheme.
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Minister says fraud in Government is rampant after ‘dramatic’ resignation
Lord Agnew resigned as the minister for efficiency and transformation over the Government’s ‘schoolboy’ handling of the Covid loan scheme.
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Donny van de Beek's behaviour praised despite Manchester United game time frustration
Donny van de Beek has experienced another season of struggles at Manchester United.
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Jurgen Klopp's latest Liverpool starlet must now follow Trent Alexander-Arnold example
Liverpool's latest academy graduate looks primed to muscle in on a permanent spot in Jurgen Klopp's midfield if he can take a leaf out of Trent Alexander-Arnold's book
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Princess Eugenie asked husband Jack Brooksbank a cheeky question, claims lip reader
PRINCESS EUGENIE asked husband Jack Brooksbank a cheeky question during the couple's wedding, a lip reader has claimed.
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UK weather: Fog threatens to cause chaos with Brits warned it could 'impact flights'
FOG could threaten to cause chaos for Brits after the UK has been warned the cloudy conditions could affect flights.
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Australian opposition leader: China relations won't change
The opposition leader in Australia says its relationship with China will remain difficult even if his center-left Labor Party wins power at elections for the first time in almost a decade
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Hudson Madsen dead: Michael Madsen's son dies of 'suspected suicide' aged 26
The son of actor Michael Madsen has reportedly died in Hawaii by a gunshot wound to the head at the age of 26
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Ralf Rangnick has what he wanted at Manchester United thanks to Anthony Elanga
Ralf Rangnick now has a dilemma to solve at Man United concerning Anthony Elanga and Marcus Rashford.
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Man Utd transfer round-up: Amadou Haidara setback as Newcastle still keen on Jesse Lingard
Manchester United will be looking to continue where they left off when they play host to Middlesbrough in the FA Cup after the Premier league winter break
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Alabama's new congressional districts map blocked by judges
Federal judges have blocked Alabama from using newly drawn congressional districts in upcoming elections
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