Health

Will it be sunny on the bank holiday weekend?

Will it be sunny on the bank holiday weekend?

Despite the wet start to the week, with the bank holiday approaching, Ms Kent said across the south east of the United Kingdom it "promises at the moment to be dry" with "increasing amounts of sunshine". The Met Office is predicting temperatures of 16 degrees on the bank holiday Monday. Forecaster Sarah Sammy, of The Weather Channel, said: "It will be a mostly warm and sunny bank holiday weekend for most, with showers edging in from the north-west over western Scotland and western Ireland".


Many of America's Youth are Lonely

Many of America's Youth are Lonely

The survey was backed by the global insurance and health services company Cigna , which has voiced its worries about loneliness as a problem in society, not only because it makes people sad but also because it literally brings on sicknesses.



Bank of America Analysts Give McDonald's (MCD) a $190.00 Price Target

Verizon Communications now has $201.72 billion valuation . McDonald's Corp. ( MCD ) ended its previous trading session at $163.44 with the Loss of -2.39%. Therefore 60% are positive. Cincinnati Insurance has invested 1.92% in McDonald's Corporation (NYSE:MCD). Eight investment analysts have rated the stock with a hold rating and twenty-five have issued a buy rating to the company's stock.


Amber Rudd resigns as home secretary - but what happens next?

Amber Rudd resigns as home secretary - but what happens next?

If you talk to members of the public they want to ensure that we are dealing with people who are here illegally". She said "speed is of the essence" and Mr Javid "will be commissioning a full review of lessons learned, independent oversight and external challenge with the intention of reporting back to this House before we rise for the summer".


Review launched into breast cancer screening failures, say Sky sources

Review launched into breast cancer screening failures, say Sky sources

There are likely to be some people in this group who would have been alive today if this failure had not happened. The Irish government said 17 of the patients involved have since died, though it has not yet established the cause of death, and a further 1,500 women who developed cervical cancer over the last 10 years did not have their cases reviewed.