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Hollyoaks babe admits vagina fears in bizarre Twitter confession

Hollyoaks babe admits vagina fears in bizarre Twitter confession

Entertainment
The actress, who plays Ellie Nightingale in the hit Channel 4 soap, took to Twitter to reveal she's concerned about using tampons during her period.US presenter and wife of John Legend Chrissy Teigen  initially tweeted her issues with the sanitary product prompting her 10.4 million followers."Not to be all hippie dippy but it’s wild that we spray cotton with pesticides to keep up with demand then shove that cotton up our vaginas," she wrote.Minutes later Chrissy added: "We really hate the earth and our bodies. I gotta stop watching docs this is depressing."Maybe the cotton is stripped of the chemicals? I don’t know. I’m merely a doc viewer.INSTAGRAMTONED: Sophie Porley shows off her impressive figure in a holiday snapTWITTERCONCERN: Sophie Porley appeared worried about her lady parts
'One month's POINTLESS' Fans voice fears after Ant McPartlin leaves rehab

'One month's POINTLESS' Fans voice fears after Ant McPartlin leaves rehab

Entertainment
They voiced their concerns as the 42-year-old telly favourite was spotted for the first time since finishing intensive treatment following a drink-drive smash.He was seen smiling and joking with a female pal as he walked his black Labrador Hurley.Ant cancelled work commitments and checked into a private clinic after his Mini smashed into two cars in London last month.He was twice over the limit and was banned for 20 months and fined £86,000 at Wimbledon Magistrates’ Court. PA / GETTYWORRIES: Ant has left rehab for a second time amid fan fears for his health “If he is serious he needs to do a year at least – he can afford it” A fanThe star was last week given the all-clear by medics to continue his recovery outside the clinic. But fans fear he may have left treatmen
Cryptocurrencies: Fears, fortunes and uncertainty

Cryptocurrencies: Fears, fortunes and uncertainty

Finance
By Sajai Singh & Yajas Arvind SetlurAfter an incredible 2017, India’s cryptocurrency investors now find themselves in the face of uncertainty. In February 2018, the finance minister Arun Jaitley’s Budget speech, and one line in particular, caused pandemonium in the national press and resulted in bitcoin prices plummeting to $ 8,800, from an all-time high of $ 19,343 barely two months earlier. Jaitley’s chose his words cautiously and never mentioned a ban or any specific regulations. Yet, the tone of his speech was clear. The government was not in favour of cryptocurrencies, and would take active steps to discourage its use. The finance minister stated that the government does not consider cryptocurrencies as legal tender, thereby reiterating previous warnings issued by the Reserve Bank
Oil prices decline, stock market rises as trade war fears subside

Oil prices decline, stock market rises as trade war fears subside

Business
March 8 (UPI) -- U.S. crude oil prices were trading lower Thursday and stock index prices moved higher as possible tariff exemptions in Canada and Mexico eased trade war fears.Brent oil futures opened at 64.54 and were trading down 57 cents at 11 a.m. EST.The April crude oil futures started the session at 61.33 and were trading down by 78 cents.The stock market opened with losses but quickly rebounded. The Dow Jones Industrial Average was up 134 points at 9:45 a.m. and eased to being up 31 points at 11 a.m. On Wednesday, the Dow Jones Industrial Average ended 82.76 points lower to 24,801.36 after falling more than 300 points."Today's market action was impacted by the resignation of Gary Cohn. That creates uncertainty," Terry Sandven, chief equity strategist at U.S. Bank Wealth Management, ...
Gas supply fears as cold snap continues

Gas supply fears as cold snap continues

Business
National Grid has warned it may not have enough gas to meet UK demand on Thursday and has asked suppliers to provide more.In the event that there is still a deficit, large gas users such as industry and large businesses will be asked to use less gas.Consumers will only be asked to use less gas as a last resort if these measures do not work.Demand for gas on Wednesday hit a six-year high as cold weather swept the UK."This warning has been issued in response to a series of significant supply losses resulting in a forecast end of day supply deficit," the National Grid posted on an energy data site.Some pipelines carrying gas from the Netherlands and Belgium have had problems this week.Energy analyst Peter Atherton said that the supply loss was "potentially quite significant".If suppliers are ...