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Prepare for cash crunch if no Brexit deal – defence body

Prepare for cash crunch if no Brexit deal – defence body

Business
The Treasury should prepare emergency measures to ease a cashflow crisis that could hit companies in the event of a "no-deal" Brexit, the leading body representing Britain's aerospace and defence industry has told Philip Hammond. Sky News has seen a letter from ADS, the trade association which counts Airbus and Rolls-Royce among its members, in which its chief executive urges the chancellor to ensure that there is sufficient liquidity to prevent companies being punished for "dipping into their overdraft or for breaching loan covenants".The call from Paul Everitt for the Treasury to begin contingency planning with banks and other lenders in order to avert a cashflow squeeze reflects growing anxiety across manufacturing industries about the ramifications of no deal being agre...
Celebrity Big Brother's Jenna Jameson shows off jaw-dropping body transformation

Celebrity Big Brother's Jenna Jameson shows off jaw-dropping body transformation

Entertainment
The Celebrity Big Brother star – who was first catapulted into the spotlight as an adult actress shares all aspects of her life on social media.From her life with fiancé Lior Bitton and her three children to fun and frolics poolside, there is nothing the 44-year-old is afraid to hold back.And over the weekend, she took to the official Instagram page to show off her body transformation.She shared a before and after snap of her pre and post weight loss following the birth of her third child in April 2017. Related Articles “Live for you and your family, do what makes you happy and healthy” Instagram user In one pic Jenna sported her famous blonde locks in and graphic print workout gear, and i...
Bebe Rexha embraces bootylicious body in epic 'fat ass' Instagram post

Bebe Rexha embraces bootylicious body in epic 'fat ass' Instagram post

Entertainment
Her latest single I’m A Mess has been steadily rising in the charts, having received rave reviews from critics.But despite her musical success, hitmaker Bebe Rexha appeared to have other things on her mind this week as she took to social media to clear up a few rumours with her fans surrounding her phenomenal figure.Taking to her official Instagram account, the buxom blonde addressed recent speculation that she may have been utilising photoshop or have gone under the knife, after several of her recent saps showed her sporting sporting a much more ‘shapely’ behind.Donning a pair of skintight jeans – which showcased her incredibly peachy bottom in all its glory – and some seriously killer knee high Gucci boots, the 28-year-old threw a very sultry lo...
Dead body found at home of New York Giants CB Janoris Jenkins

Dead body found at home of New York Giants CB Janoris Jenkins

Sports
A dead body was found at the New Jersey home of New York Giants cornerback Janoris Jenkins on Tuesday, multiple media outlets reported. New Jersey authorities did not release the name of the male victim, while TMZ reported that Jenkins was out of state when the body was discovered. "The Bergen County Prosecutor's Office Major Crimes Unit and the Fair Lawn Police Department are investigating a death at 14 Van Saun Place in Fair Lawn, New Jersey," the statement read. "The investigation is ongoing, and additional information will be provided when it is available and appropriate for release." Fair Lawn Police Sgt. Brian Metzler said it was unknown if Jenkins was at the residence, but Giants officials believe the cornerback has been living at his home in Florida since the end of the team's...
Method devised for wirelessly powering, controlling devices inside body

Method devised for wirelessly powering, controlling devices inside body

Health
June 4 (UPI) -- A prototype device about the size of a grain of rice -- that can receive power and communicate wirelessly from inside the body -- for drug delivery, disease treatment or just health monitoring has been developed by researchers. MIT researchers and scientists from Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston have developed the tiny implants -- they expect they can be made even smaller than a grain of rice -- that are powered by radio frequency waves and can safely pass through human tissues. The research on development of the devices will be presented at the Association for Computing Machinery Special Interest Group on Data Communication conference Aug. 20-25 in Budapest, Hungary. "Even though these tiny implantable devices have no batteries, we can now communicate with them fro...