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Ambulance staff say they feel ‘demonised’ by Government
Ambulances outside Waterloo Ambulance Station

Striking ambulance staff have said they feel “demonised” by the Government’s attempts to paint them as “uncaring about safety standards”.

In an open letter to Prime Minister Rishi Sunak, the GMB union urges the Government to “talk to us and stop attacking us”.

It comes after Mr Sunak described the widespread industrial action as “terrifying” as the Government introduced the Strikes (Minimum Service Levels) Bill to Parliament, which would set minimum service levels for health, fire, education, transport, nuclear decommissioning and border security services.

He told the Commons on Wednesday: “What is terrifying is that

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Be easy on yourself and ask for help about social media use

“If you’re reading this article, kudos to you for thinking about reevaluating social media,” Agarwal said Trying to meet your goals is all about celebrating the small wins.

At the least, set small benchmarks for yourself like spending 10 minutes less on social media than the day before. The right amount of social media time is different for everyone since some people actually use these apps to brand and help market themselves. Find your own social media sweet spot, and remember, even if you scroll too much on social media one day, you can try and meet your goal tomorrow.

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Jack confirms UK Government to block Scottish gender recognition reforms
Scottish Secretary Alister Jack said he had decided to make an order blocking gender recognition reforms passed by Holyrood from gaining royal assent (Victoria Jones/PA)

The UK Government is to block controversial reforms of the gender recognition process passed by Holyrood, in a move branded by Nicola Sturgeon as a “full-frontal attack” on the Scottish Parliament.

She hit out after Scottish Secretary Alister Jack confirmed he would make an order under Section 35 of the Scotland Act 1998.

It is the first time the UK Government has sought such an order, which will now prevent the Gender Recognition Reform (Scotland)

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One US ticketholder scoops 1.35 billion-dollar Mega Millions jackpot
Mega Millions Jackpot players

A single ticketholder has matched all six numbers to win an estimated 1.35 billion dollars (£1.1 billion) in the US Mega Millions lottery.

After three months of draws which failed to produce a winner, the winning numbers were: 30, 43, 45, 46, 61 and gold Mega Ball 14.

The front page of the Mega Millions website stated there has been a winner of the jackpot in the state of Maine.

The site also says the next grand prize will be for 20 million dollars (£16.3 million) and the cash option will be 10.7 million dollars (£8.7

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Playing at social casinos on Android devices

Social casinos allow players to enjoy online casino games for free. This makes the gaming model more acceptable and less risky for casino enthusiasts in most parts of the US. Social casinos not only offer free gaming entertainment, but are also very convenient, as players can run these games from their mobile devices.

This article discusses the social casino experience for Android users.

Can you play social casinos on Android?

Like in online casinos, players can run their favorite social casino games on desktop and mobile devices. A couple of years ago, if playing in a land-based casino was

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