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  1. Have you ever thrown dirty looks at a parent whose child is throwing a tantrum? Stared in horror as someone bites into a greasy cheeseburger? Nodded mutely at a friend's tale of career/relationship/family woes and thought she was making a crazy choice? Yeah, me too. We've all been there. Frankly, anyone who says they haven't been judgmental is probably lying or in denial, since few of us are so self-evolved that we don't pass judgment on others. Can this site be defamatory as I dont know if any one has come a cross a one worded post before.
  2. British Labour Party member of parliament Jo Cox is in a "critical condition" after an attack, broadcaster Sky News reported on Thursday, citing sources from her political party. It is said the MP intervened in a row between two men when she was shot. "There was a guy who was being very brave and another guy with a white baseball cap who he was trying to control and the man in the baseball cap suddenly pulled a gun from his bag." After a brief scuffle, he said the man stepped back and the MP became involved. He said: "He was fighting with her and wrestling with her and then
  3. http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/entry/how-to-update-your-kindle-amazon-launches-critical-software-update_uk_56e12d29e4b096ed3adba4ed This article was sent to me earlier today, I can find no other information - Amazon hasnt made contact with me nor do I see anything on their website ?
  4. Microsoft has released a critical patch via Windows Update that seals up a vulnerability that affects every modern version of Windows, including Windows Server 2003/2008/2012, Vista, 7, 8, 8.1, and Windows RT. The patch, dubbed MS14-066, shores up a hole that would have allowed an attacker to remotely trigger code on your machine using specially crafted packets. Microsoft says they don't know of any exploits that have actually used this, but it's still a good idea to get the patch installed before there's a problem. This isn't too different from any other security patch, but the sheer number
  5. Protection provider Bright Grey has improved its critical illness cancer definition for its personal and business protection plans. The additional cover is for chronic lymphocytic leukaemia, where a clear diagnosis has been made but it has not progressed to Binet stage A. Previously, Bright Grey would only cover chronic lymphocytic leukaemia if it had progressed to stage A. It has also extended its definition of skin cancer to cover basal cell carcinoma and squamous cell carcinoma where they have invaded and spread to lymph nodes or metastasised to distant organs. This takes its skin can
  6. Hi, I am hoping that someone can give me some advice with regards to my claim. I have a critical illness policy with friends life and in september whilst away with my family I suffered and unexpected heart attack and cardiac arrest in spain. Once back in the UK and feeling a little better I opened my critical illness claim, medical details were a struggle as it happened in Spain so required them documents and had to have the translated etc. Now that they have most although still said they did not have my ecg results, they called and said that looking at my medical report my docter has
  7. The Public Accounts Committee (PAC) has warned that the £66 billion paid by taxpayers to bailout Lloyds Banking Group and the Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) at the height of the financial crisis may never be recovered. In a report published today looking at the Treasury’s handling of the Northern Rock crisis, the PAC, chaired by Margaret Hodge MP, said: "The Treasury was unable to respond promptly when the banking crisis hit because it lacked the right skills and understanding.” She said that overall the rescue of Northern Rock is likely to cost taxpayers £2 billion and that the sale of Northern
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