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Coronavirus stimulus checks: 'We can’t really continue to depend on those things,' personal finance expert says
Even if you’re planning on getting another stimulus check, you should still be working towards building your savings and staying on top of your spending.
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Britain basked in scorching sunshine on Friday as temperatures reached 36 degrees across the country.The highest recorded temperatures were at Kew Gardens and Heathrow airport in London, both registering 36.4 degrees, but across the south east and up to Suffolk the mercury hit 35 to 36 degrees for large parts of the day.On the first day of a predicted five-day heatwave people flocked to beaches and parks to soak up the sun, despite warnings from local councils and Public Health England of the potential risks to health.Bournemouth Council issued a ‘red alert’ for six of its beaches, pleading for visitors to stay away, and Public Health England appealed for people to check on elderly and vulnerable neighbours, saying: “A lot of homes can overheat, so it’s important we continue to check on older people and those with underlying health conditions, particularly if they’re living alone and may be socially isolated.”The RSPCA warned of the dangers for pets and urged caution by owners when out and about.Craig Snell from the Met Office told Yahoo News UK: “Friday was the hottest August day in England since 2003. Last Friday temperatures reached 37.8 degrees but that was one hot day, this current spell is expected to last into early next week.”
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Zendaya admits that despite her efforts, she doesn't consider herself an activist, explaining that she is "up in the bleachers, not on the field."
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The SS Richard Montgomery is basically a bomb waiting to go off.
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TikTok users were mostly shocked that people can see and judge the photos they print.