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Love Island: The big talking points as the coupling up begins

Love Island: The big talking points as the coupling up begins

Entertainment
In 2020 we get a double dose of Love Island, with the contestants about to get grafting.The hit ITV2 show kicks off once again on Sunday night for its first ever winter show, announced last year following huge ratings for the channel over the past few series. So as Love Island fans get ready and the contestants start to couple up, here are some of the hopefuls to look out for and the key details you need to know. Image: Laura Whitmore takes over Love Island presenting duties from Caroline Flack While Love Island has seen twins before (remember John and Tony Alberti?), they didn't enter the villa until after the first episode. And they didn't last long.This time round, look out for sisters Jess and Eve Gale, 20, and their promise to ca...
Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker talking points – contains mild spoilers

Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker talking points – contains mild spoilers

Entertainment
*** Warning - this review, while not giving away any major plot points, does contain mild spoilers for Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker. You have been warned***A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away, the world was introduced to Jedi knights, lightsabres and the Force, and an epic story that would go on to become one of the most successful film franchises in history was born. More than 40 years on from the original Star Wars and after the prequels, sequels and spin-offs, the books and the comics and the toys, it is time to say goodbye - to the Skywalker saga, at least. Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker is the final chapter in this nine-film behemoth, which means a lot of lingering questions to be answered and plot threads to tie up.Does it provide a fitting ending? Are the characters serv...
Boxing news: Anthony Joshua uploads remarkable mini-documentary talking through Andy Ruiz Jr defeat

Boxing news: Anthony Joshua uploads remarkable mini-documentary talking through Andy Ruiz Jr defeat

Sports
Anthony Joshua has uploaded a remarkable mini-documentary to his YouTube channel, reliving his first career defeat. Britain’s former unified heavyweight champion was dethroned by Andy Ruiz Jr in a massive upset last month, but believes he can rectify this in an immediate rematch. [embedded content] AJ’s 16-minute video shows new footage from his training camp, as he insists he had no problems leading up to the bout. It then runs through his knockout loss, with him narrating over each part of it to give an insight into what was going through his head at the time. getty Ruiz knocked Joshua down four times, causing a seventh-round stoppage At the conclusion, Joshua declares: “True failure is in quitting, I don’t think you should give up when you meet a
Talking money with Heidi Heitkamp: Learn to save early, it's the greatest thing you can do

Talking money with Heidi Heitkamp: Learn to save early, it's the greatest thing you can do

Finance
Former North Dakota Democratic Sen. Heidi Heitkamp's path to the Capitol wasn't paved in gold. In fact, Heitkamp said growing up in rural North Dakota, her family faced many financial challenges. "We talked about money all the time and how there wasn't enough of it," she told CNBC. She said the first thing she ever paid for on her own was probably a school lunch. "We shared that family responsibility for a budget." She credits the lessons she learned early on for the fina...
In #MeToo age, APA has new guidelines for psychologists talking about masculinity

In #MeToo age, APA has new guidelines for psychologists talking about masculinity

Health
How is a man supposed to act? What is masculinity and when does it become toxic? And how should psychologists approach the concept of masculinity when seeing patients? These are questions an increasing number of psychologists must consider as dialogue around toxic masculinity, sexual abuse and harassment and the #MeToo movement continues across the country. Most recently, an ad for the razor company Gillette prompted many men to throw away their Gillette products in a defensive protest. The ad asked men to be better, to stand against toxic masculinity and stop excusing sexual harassment, bullying, and fighting as “boys will be boys.” The ad was released just days after the American Psychological Association (APA) published new guidelines that are meant to help mental healt...