Titanic auction: Brochure and intact ticket from liner goes on sale | Travel News | Travel

The fascinating five-page booklet was produced exclusively for first-class passengers. The front cover is dominated by a picture of the awe-inspiring liner dwarfing other vessels. Inside, one page is devoted to the Louis XVI Restaurant where a la carte meals were served till 11pm, while another showcases the Cafe Parisien, setting of choice for late-night card games. The upmarket restaurant reception, with its pillars and mahogany tables, was designated for afternoon tea, while well-to-do travellers could unwind in the lavish Turkish bath room which “rivals anything similar to be found…

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Donald Trump And The Obamas Are Not Attending The Royal Wedding

President Donald Trump and the Obamas will not be attending the royal wedding on May 19, CNN reported Tuesday. The Trumps were not invited and it was unclear whether the Obamas were, according to various media reports. U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May and Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn will also not be at the wedding, according to the BBC, as Prince Harry is only fifth in line for the throne.  “It has been decided that an official list of political leaders ― both U.K. and international ― is not required for Prince…

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Retired General Schools Ivanka Trump After She Complains About Child Fitness

First daughter Ivanka Trump’s tweet about the poor state of American children’s fitness had a tiny moment in the sun ― before a retired Army general reminded her that her dad has eviscerated the President’s Council on Sports, Fitness & Nutrition.  The council’s key mission: to improve the health and fitness of Americans … including kids.  We need to promote healthy lifestyles for America’s youth. In a recent survey, 9.5 million U.S. children reported that they did NOT once participate in any of over 100 sports or activities listed. #YouthSports @AspenInstitute…

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Stock market investment: How to get rewards despite volatility | Personal Finance | Finance

Last week the FTSE 100 dipped below 7,000 amid growing fears that US President Donald Trump will trigger a global trade war and, although it rallied to close at 7,183.64, investors remain jumpy. The benchmark index of top UK companies is just 3.7 per cent higher than it was on December 31, 1999, more than 18 years ago, when it closed the year at 6930. If you had told people celebrating Millennium Eve that stock markets would go nowhere for almost 20 years, they would scarcely have believed their ears.…

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Neymar: PSG’s Thomas Tuchel agreement ANGERS Brazil star | Football | Sport

Former Borussia Dortmund boss Tuchel has agreed a two-year deal with PSG to replace Unai Emery as head coach at the end of the season. According to Don Balon, Neymar is unsure about the club’s decision to hire a coach with limited success. The only silverware on Tuchel’s CV is the 2016/17 DFB-Pokal won during his two-year reign at Dortmund. Despite failing to challenge Bayern Munich for the Bundesliga crown, Tuchel won a host of admirers for his work as Jurgen Klopp’s successor. But Don Balon say Neymar was hoping…

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Waitrose news: Coffee limited to customers with reusable cups | Food | Life & Style

Waitrose coffee was once free for customers, but now only those who spend in the store and bring their own cups will be able to have the hot drink. In a move that some have criticised on Twitter, Waitrose announced: “We’re removing all disposable takeaway cups from our shops by the autumn. “You can still enjoy a free hot drink when you shop with us; remember to bring your own reusable cup and your myWaitrose card with you. #KeepYourCup.” This is part of the chain’s move to reduce plastic use…

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