The hot new beauty trend? Cold cream! 

Co-founder of The Seated Queen, Josephine Banks, reveals cold creams are for all skin types prone to dehydration. Victoria Woodhall gives verdict on a selection available to purchase in the UK.
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Covid was circulating in five US states as early as December 2019, new research suggests
Cases were found in Illinois, Massachusetts, Mississippi, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin
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Thandiwe Newton and Sir Lenny Henry sign petition calling for change to Windrush compensation scheme
Thandiwe Newton and Sir Lenny Henry are among thousands who have signed a petition calling for the Windrush compensation scheme to be amended by the Home Office.
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Salma Hayek on putting a menopausal woman in the centre of an action film
The actress talks to Laura Harding about finding a new career path in her 50s.
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Top of the shops: How Depop took over the world
As Etsy snaps up the zeitgeist Gen-Z marketplace for $1.6 billion — what does it mean for the future of fashion? John Arlidge reports on a revolution
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England Euro 2020 guide: Potential fixtures, group, route to the final and more
Expectations are high for Gareth Southgate’s side as they go even better than the semi-finals in Russia in 2018
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Sturgeon: Lockdown easing likely to be delayed three weeks from June 28
The First Minister told the Scottish Parliament that caution was needed to provide extra time to push ahead with vaccinations.
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China insists radiation levels are normal at Guangdong nuclear plant amid leak reports
Experts say a leak incident might be complicated if Taishan plant uses US technology that is covered by export restrictions
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RHS says summer flower shows will go ahead despite delay to restrictions lifting
Flower shows at Hampton Court and Tatton Park next month will go ahead with additional safety measures in place.
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The top 10 most Googled questions about going to the gym, answered by the experts
Got any burning questions of your own?
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Do millennials really prefer to rent – or have we just been cheated out of a proper home? | Arwa Mahdawi
Capitalism is reshaping the property market, locking younger generations out of buying somewhere to live and expecting us to be happy about it The year is 2070. Nobody owns a home any more; the concept of individuals possessing property has gone the way of the floppy disk. Instead, a few large corporations control all the world’s real estate and people “subscribe” to holistic housing solutions on their iPhone 78X in the same way they currently subscribe to Netflix. You can pay your monthly subscription in billionaire-backed cryptocurrency: BezosCoin, MuskCoin or ZuckCoin. If you default on your housing sub (nobody uses old-fashioned terms such as “rent” any more) you are dispatched to Mars to pay off your debt via indentured servitude in intergalactic Amazon warehouses.I’m not saying that’s exactly how things are going to be in 50 years (the warehouses may well be on Jupiter), but, without major policy changes, it looks depressingly as though that’s the way the housing market is headed. That is thanks to a number of interconnected trends – the first of which is the proliferation of the corporate landlord. Ever since the last financial crisis, institutional investors such as private equity companies have been scooping up homes lost to foreclosure and reconfiguring the US housing market. A New York Times piece on the “$60bn housing grab by Wall Street” published last March noted that, before 2010, “institutional landlords didn’t exist in the single-family-rental market; now there are 25 to 30 of them”. The pandemic seems to have accelerated this corporate land grab. “If you sell a house these days, the buyer might be a pension fund,” the Wall Street Journal reported a couple of months ago. “Yield-chasing investors are snapping up single-family homes, competing with ordinary Americans and driving up prices.” The piece quoted a real-estate consultant who estimated that “roughly one in every five houses sold is bought by someone who never moves in”. Continue reading...
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Queen crisis: Monarchy facing Republican rebellion as 'momentum grows' in Commonwealth
THE QUEEN could be facing a Republican rebellion in one Commonwealth nation after an anti-monarchy campaigner claimed there is "increasing momentum" for a new Head of State.
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Covid: Sturgeon says Scotland ‘unlikely’ to move out of lockdown as scheduled
Scotland is “unlikely” to ease coronavirus restrictions further at the end of the month as had been planned, Nicola Sturgeon has said.
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Scientist opens up about email to Fauci on Covid origins
It is thought that Covid-19 appeared outside of a lab
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Emails show Trump pressured Justice Dept. over 2020 election
Newly released emails show President Donald Trump and his allies pressured the Justice Department to investigate unsubstantiated claims of voter fraud in the 2020 election in the last weeks of his term, despite his former attorney general pointedly stating there was no evidence of widespread fraud
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Labour blame lockdown delay on 'lax' PM letting 'Johnson variant' into Britain
Boris Johnson's 'lax border measures' allowed the Delta variant to enter from India and take hold - leading to the four-week delay to June 21, said Labour
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PSNI ‘lacks requisite independence to investigate two Troubles incidents’
Supreme Court judges are hearing arguments relating to proposed police investigations into a killing in 1972 and the treatment of 12 people in 1971.
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'Piercing scream' heard on night sisters stabbed to death in park, court hears
Nicole Smallman, 27, and Bibaa Henry, 46, were allegedly attacked by 19-year-old Danyal Hussein in the early hours of June 6 last year in Fryent Country Park in Wembley, north-west London
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Batman fans call DC ‘hypocrites’ over reason for cutting Catwoman oral sex scene
Comic book company claimed ‘heroes don’t do that’
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Annie Murphy's new show takes aim at familiar sitcom tropes
At first blush, Annie Murphy’s new series “Kevin Can F Himself” is your average multicamera sitcom with a laugh track and corny jokes
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Gardening: For easy, effective weeding, go back to the hoe
The old garden hoe isn't in vogue these days
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British kids are eating an ‘exceptionally high’ amount of processed food
Maybe it's time to ease back on the fizzy drinks and ready meals.
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Alex Rodriguez seen leaving Katie Holmes' apartment block after J-Lo split
As his ex Jennifer Lopez moves on with Ben Affleck, Alex Rodriguez was spotted leaving Katie Holmes' apartment block this weekend - but all is not as it seems as he was just checking out a possible new apartment for himself in the building
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Woman gets 'petty' revenge after clash with customer in McDonald's drive-thru
A petty and amusing tale of revenge in a McDonald's drive-thru has been doing the rounds online for years, recently resurfacing on Facebook - and it never fails to divide opinions
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Hat ban for serial shoplifter who is also barred from main streets of Knutsford
"His repeated shoplifting and anti-social behaviour was making life a misery for those who were subject to his illegal activities."
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Paralympic champion Will Bayley hoping to feel benefit of Games delay
The extra year has given Bayley time to recover from a serious knee injury.
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Katie Price to undergo surgery today at Turkey clinic where mum died after lipo
Katie Price is set to splash £12k on a number of surgeries at a Turkey clinic, one year after mum-of-three Abimbola Ajoke Bamgbose tragically died after undergoing a bum-lift and liposuction
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Scotland likely to delay lockdown easing for three weeks, Nicola Sturgeon says
The First Minister said "in all probability" there would be no changes to Scotland's lockdown levels when they are next re-assessed, next week.
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Scotland defender Kieran Tierney’s ‘got a chance’ of playing against England
Tierney missed his country’s Euro 2020 opener on Monday.
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Helen Flanagan 'hasn't had secret wedding' but wants to get married 'right now'
Speculation was mounting that actress Helen Flanagan and Preston North End football player Scott Sinclair had got hitched on the quiet, but friends say they are very much still waiting
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Camilla details sweet bond with Queen as she opens up about monarch's 'passion in life'
CAMILLA shared a glimpse into her sweet bond with the Queen as she opened up on Her Majesty's "passion in life".
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Markku Kanerva says Finland need to be ‘fully focussed’ against Russia
Russia are bidding to bounce back from their 3-0 opening group defeat to Belgium.
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The Hitman’s Wife’s Bodyguard, review: an all-action atrocity edited with a knife and fork
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Kieran Tierney: Scotland boosted as Arsenal defender returns to training ahead of England Euros clash
Scotland have been handed a boost ahead of their Euro 2020 clash with England on Friday after Kieran Tierney returned to training.
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Long Covid Clinics Are Opening For Kids. What You Need To Know
For months, parents have been campaigning for long Covid to be recognised in children – and slowly but surely, things are changing. Fifteen specialist long Covid clinics for children and young people are going to be opened across England, the NHS has revealed, as part of a £100 million expansion of care for those suffering from the condition. The paediatric hubs will draw together experts on common symptoms such as respiratory problems and fatigue who can directly treat children, advise family doctors or others caring for them, or refer them into other specialist services.How common is long Covid in children?More than one million people have reported suffering from long Covid, according to the Office for National Statistics (ONS).While the majority of children and young people are not severely affected by Covid, ONS data has shown that 7.4% of children aged 2-11 and 8.2% of those aged 12-16 report continued symptoms. Earlier this year, parents told HuffPost UK how they felt helpless at how much their children’s lives had been disrupted by common long-term symptoms such as fatigue, body aches and headaches.One father told us his son was “like a six-year-old in a 90-year-old’s body”. Chris Ward said his little boy Thomas first fell ill in February 2020 with a fever, breathlessness and aches all over his body. When he spoke to us in January 2021, his son was still suffering. Every few weeks, his temperature would soar, his glands would be constantly enlarged and his body ached most days. In a bid to raise awareness of the impact the virus can have on children, parents joined forces to form the action group Long Covid Kids.An informal survey of parents in the group found children affected were most commonly experiencing fatigue, sore throat, gastrointestinal issues, headaches, muscle pain, and weakness months after first becoming sick.What is the purpose of the new hubs?The new hubs for kids will bring together paediatricians, physiotherapists, nurses and occupational therapists, who will offer specialist advice to family doctors, community nurses and other staff seeing Covid patients aged up to 18, so they can get the help they need closer to home.They will also see and treat complicated cases directly or refer them into other specialist services.Where will the hubs be based?The Newcastle upon Tyne Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (NuTH)South Tees NHS Foundation Trust (James Cook University Hospital)Sheffield Children’s NHS Foundation Trust  Leeds Children’s Hospital NHS Foundation TrustHull University Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation TrustAlder Hey Children’s HospitalManchester Children’s hospitalBirmingham and Solihull Birmingham Women’s and Children’s NHSFTLeicester, Leicestershire and Rutland University Hospital Leicester NHSTCambridge University HospitalsBristol Children’s hospitalOxford University HospitalsQueen Alexandra Hospital, PortsmouthUniversity Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation TrustLondon hub led by the Evelina, Imperial, UCLH and GOSHThere is already a network of specialist long Covid clinics that have been given £34 million of funding, however some people have faced difficulties accessing them due to where they live.While the launch of the hubs for young people will be welcome news to some – and an acknowledgement of how this condition affects kids – there’s a question as to whether just 15 hubs across the country will be enough to help the thousands of children suffering.HuffPost UK has contacted the Long Covid Kids action group to hear their thoughts and will update this piece when we receive a response. Related...‘A 6-Year-Old In A 90-Year-Old’s Body’ – The Children Devastated By Long Covid‘A 6-Year-Old In A 90-Year-Old’s Body’ – The Children Devastated By Long CovidWhat The Lockdown Extension Means For YouThe Riskiest (And Safest) Activities As Unlocking ApproachesHas Being So Careful During The Pandemic Altered Our Immune Systems?
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UK-Australia trade deal: Why environmentalists are worried about bee-killing pesticides and carbon emissions
Campaigners warn new pact opens door to ‘destructive mega farms’ and ‘biodiversity chaos’
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New rules for taxi drivers may be 'one step too far' after cost of Covid
Local authorities are looking at delaying the introduction of the minimum licensing standards
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US defence secretary offers private condolences to veteran families in Arlington National Cemetery in touching footage
‘I want to thank you guys for your sacrifices and your loss, and tell you how much the country appreciates what you do each and every day,’ defence secretary Lloyd Austin told group on Memorial Day
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McDonald’s launches new BBQ bacon burger - and brings back mozzarella dippers
Bacon fans can get their hands on the new BBQ Bacon Stack burger from tomorrow as well as the chain's popular Mozzarella Dippers and Aero McFlurry for a limited-time only
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Bank boss warns crypto assets could be worth ‘nothing’ as he sets out ‘tough love’ regulation
Bank of England boss Andrew Bailey has pledged “tough love” as policymakers look to regulate cryptocurrencies, warning that public interest must not be ignored for the sake of innovation.
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Bristol City leading chase for Leeds' in-demand defender Barry Douglas
Barry Douglas is available from Leeds on a free transfer and Bristol City are keen to sign him because of his Championship experience
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Strictly Come Dancing’s HRVY bombarded with messages from randy pensioners
Strictly Come Dancing star was in the dancing competition and wooed pensioners with his slick dance moves with dance partner Janette Manrara
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UK aid cut has left ministers with blood on their hands, Commons told
Former cabinet minister David Davis warned the aid cut has ‘potentially the fatal consequences of a medium-sized war’.
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Premier League rule changes for 2021/22, including handball and VAR
Fans can expect to see some rule changes for the 2021/22 Premier League season
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Mark Wahlberg has already lost the 20lbs he gained for Father Joe as he pumps iron in gym
That was quick.
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‘Long Covid hubs’ launched for children still struggling with symptoms
The centres will be able to offer specialist treatment and advice to young sufferers.
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