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Wes Nelson goes home with stunning student after wild night of partying

Wes Nelson goes home with stunning student after wild night of partying

Entertainment
The Love Island star split with Megan Barton Hanson earlier this year.And it appears as though Wes Nelson is already moving on from the stunner after shutting down any rumours of a reconciliation.The 21-year-old TV star reportedly went home with a sexy student after a wild night of partying in Nottingham this week.According to the Mirror, Wes headed out with friends on Tuesday night at the city's Pryzm venue and ended up getting close to stunning brunette, Jess Hampsey. Related Articles And it appears as though sparks well and truly flew between the two, as he reportedly ended up taking her back to his hotel.Pictures from the night show Wes cuddling up to student Jess in the club before they both leave together.The duo can be seen getting into a car where Wes places an affectionate hand...
Home births: Community midwives trial 'delivery bags'

Home births: Community midwives trial 'delivery bags'

Health
Midwives are trialling "delivery bags" to promote safe births at home.Hywel Dda health board is the only one in Wales selected for the Baby Lifeline trial due to its home birth rate and the large area it covers.In 2017, 3.9% of births in the board area were at home, compared to the Wales average of 2.4% (770 of 32,236 births). Powys' rate was 8%.The rucksacks contain scissors to cut the cord, a hat and towels for the newborn and equipment for emergencies.Catrin Davies from Aberystwyth, Ceredigion, said she discussed having a home birth but was "scared".She had her son Sam at Bronglais Hospital in January 2018 by an emergency caesarean section after being induced at 42 weeks."I didn't really consider a home birth, but I did discus...
More people put off home buying because of student debt: Survey

More people put off home buying because of student debt: Survey

Finance
If you graduated from college years ago and are still reeling from the costs, you're not alone. A new survey from Bankrate shows that 73 percent of respondents have delayed at least one major life milestone because of their student loan debt. Participants said they've put off buying a house (23 percent), saving for retirement (29 percent), saving for emergencies (34 percent) or paying off other debt (27 percent). "For prospective students and their families, many of who will help them to pay for their secondary education, we'd urge them to investigate all possible options for financial aid including scholarships to limit thei...
Zimbabwe's president didn't get the welcome home he hoped for

Zimbabwe's president didn't get the welcome home he hoped for

World
By John Sparks, Africa correspondent, in Zimbabwe When the scarf-clad Zimbabwean president, Emmerson Mnangagwa, touched down at Harare's scruffy-looking airport, he did not get the sort of reception that I am sure he was hoping for.He had spent a week in Europe trying to drum up investment and loans to keep his bankrupt administration afloat but he came home with little in the way of financial support.What's more, he was going have to deal with the fact that tens of thousands of Zimbabweans had been protesting a whopping 150% rise in petrol and diesel.The protests have been met by a brutal police crackdown which saw 12 people killed and dozens injured.Mr Mnangagwa's trip, which was supposed to include a stop at the Davos Economic Forum, was always going t...