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6h Let me finish: how to stop interrupting… and change the world
The Guardian
We are all guilty of interrupting – but if we all just stopped and listened, argues Nancy Kline, we could radically change the way we live… I won’t interrupt you. I promise. I won’t interrupt your words – or your thoughts. Imagine it. Imagine the relief, the possibilities, the dignity. You now have ground that is yours. Unassailably. This is for you. Time to think. To feel. To figure out what you really want to say. To say it, to consider it. To change it. To finish your sentences, to choose your own words. To become – because you can trust the promise – a bit bold, even eloquent. To become you.
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8h How to stop being a people pleaser
The Guardian
Do you find it hard to say no? Are you always trying to second guess what someone else wants you to do? It’s time you learned to stop being so eager to please “Can you come to this meeting?” No. “Yes.” “Are you free on Saturday night?” No, I’m watching
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16h Fit in my 40s: trampoline circuits are fast, fun, and flipping hard work | Zoe Williams
The Guardian
The unstable surface forces you to concentrate, so you notice your exhaustion less. It is a wildly good workout I decided to go to trampoline circuits, just for the craic – I’m way past “Make your peace with the new normal”, I want as many new, weird things to happen as possible. I am past caring about whether or not I’ve maximised every workout minute (though, it turns out, on a trampoline I seriously did). So, there’s one overridingly relevant thing about trampolining in your 40s, and there is nobody who doesn’t mention it. “I hope you’ve got your tenners,” my friend said as I set off, and I replied, “It’s really not that expensive, Wandsworth Flip Out is only seven quid.” Except she meant Tena incontinence pads, and cycled off saying “I love the fact you think it isn’t going to happen to you!” And she was right, I didn’t, because why on earth would anyone wet themselves on a trampoline? Except, apparently, everyone does. Just bookmark that thought for the time being.
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23h Covid blood plasma donation: What is blood plasma?
BBC
The NHS wants us to donate blood plasma to help fight Covid-19. But why?
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Almost half of all councils in England saw their Covid-19 infection rate DROP last week30h Updated Almost half of all councils in England saw their Covid-19 infection rate DROP last week
Daily Mail
EXCLUSIVE: As many as 69 out of 149 councils recorded a dip in their coronavirus infection rate in the week ending October 18, in the latest sign England's second wave is slowing.
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England and Wales coronavirus deaths rose in September for first time since April30h Updated England and Wales coronavirus deaths rose in September for first time since April
Daily Mail
A report by the Office for National Statistics today revealed that a total 725 people died with Covid-19 in September, up from 576 in August but significantly lower than the 31,000 people in April.
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Coronavirus UK: Seven NHS trusts treat more patients than in April30h Coronavirus UK: Seven NHS trusts treat more patients than in April
Daily Mail
MailOnline analysis reveals the numbers of Covid-hospitalised patients in Liverpool, Doncaster, Blackpool, Devon, Warrington, Barnsley and East Lancashire have surpassed spring levels.
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Seven NHS trusts are already treating more Covid-19 patients than in April31h Updated Seven NHS trusts are already treating more Covid-19 patients than in April
Daily Mail
MailOnline analysis reveals the numbers of Covid-hospitalised patients in Liverpool, Doncaster, Blackpool, Devon, Warrington, Barnsley and East Lancashire have surpassed spring levels.
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31h Updated Coronavirus infections continue to rise across UK
BBC
The highest levels continue to be in the north of England, says the Office for National Statistics.
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32h Updated Coronavirus outbreak: How do pandemics normally end?
The Independent
Can past pandemics and epidemics provide guidance on how the Covid-19 outbreak may come to an end? Sabrina Barr investigates
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Oxford University stands to make hundreds of millions of pounds from Covid-19 vaccine32h Updated Oxford University stands to make hundreds of millions of pounds from Covid-19 vaccine
Daily Mail
The prestigious university has negotiated a 6 per cent cut in any royalties from its Covid-19 jab, which is currently the global front-runner. Oxford said profits will be re-invested into research.
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32h I want to move back to the UK. How can I convince my husband to give it a try? | Annalisa Barbieri
The Guardian
You both need to say how you really feel – and be heard, says Annalisa Barbieri. Only then can you work out what happens next
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35h Coronavirus infections continue to rise
BBC
Cases have risen by a quarter to more than 32,500 a day in England, says the Office for National Statistics
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36h Updated Covid: Sewage sites to test for more traces of virus
BBC
The aim is to create an early warning system to detect local outbreaks before they spread.
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Coronavirus UK: Oxford vaccine works perfectly by safely triggering an immune response37h Coronavirus UK: Oxford vaccine works perfectly by safely triggering an immune response
Daily Mail
Now researchers at the University of Bristol have found the vaccine delivers the instructions for the Covid protein, which cells copy thousands of times to produce it in large amounts.
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Children mental health problems have rocketed by 50% during coronavirus pandemic, new report shows 37h Children mental health problems have rocketed by 50% during coronavirus pandemic, new report shows 
Daily Mail
The NHS study found that one in six youngsters now had a condition such as anxiety, depression or loneliness. .Finn Kitson (pictured) died in university halls.
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37h Updated Covid: US gives full approval for antiviral remdesivir drug
BBC
The drug will be given to patients in hospitals, but the UN health agency says it has little effect.
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38h Updated Covid: Sewage sites to test for traces of virus
BBC
The aim is to create an early warning system to detect local outbreaks before they spread.
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