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Charlotte who? Stephen Bear moves on from Crosby woes in epic style

Charlotte who? Stephen Bear moves on from Crosby woes in epic style

Entertainment
INSTAGRAMBEACH BREAK: Stephen Bear is currently in BaliShortly before Christmas the Ex On The Beach hunk begged his Geordie Shore lover to get back with him after their romance crashed and burned in front of the nation.In an emotional Instagram post he wrote: "Dear Charlotte, I really messed up, if I can rewind the clock back maybe I wouldn’t of done the things I did and say. Life’s about making mistakes."I've just been really sad recently and I need to get it off my chest."Charlotte Crosby and Stephen Bear relationship in pictures They're both two of the hottest reality stars on TV at the moment! See their relationship in picturesINSTAGRAMHURT: Stephen Bear begged Charlotte to take him back “” He continued: "I know being with me isn’t easy and I will probably send
Leicester 2-2 Manchester United: Late Harry Maguire strike continues Red Devils' woes

Leicester 2-2 Manchester United: Late Harry Maguire strike continues Red Devils' woes

Sports
Manchester United will spend Christmas an eye-watering 13 points behind runaway Premier League leaders Manchester City after Harry Maguire secured Leicester a draw with a last-gasp goal.Already reeling from their shock midweek Carabao Cup exit at Bristol City, the need for Jose Mourinho's men to get back to winning ways was heightened by Pep Guardiola's team racking up a 17th successive league win earlier in the day.Juan Mata's brace looked to have done just that as United responded to Jamie Vardy's 50th Premier League goal, only for Maguire to strike at the death as ten-man Leicester secured a 2-2 draw.It was a remarkable end to an entertaining encounter that United started brightly, only for the Foxes to catch them cold on the break as Vardy became the club's first player to reach a half...
Social Security expansion is possible despite future funding woes, advocates say

Social Security expansion is possible despite future funding woes, advocates say

Finance
Advocates for increasing Social Security's benefits are counting on today's release of the annual trustees report to provide some fodder for their cause.While the yearly analysis confirmed the program's long-term funding woes, proponents for expansion say it also proves the government can afford it."The numbers make it clear that the question about whether to expand or cut Social Security is a question of values, not affordability," said Nancy Altman, president of Social Security Works and chair of the Strengthen Social Security Coalition.The report, released this afternoon, echoed last year's projected revenue shortfalls starting in the mid-2020s and leading to a depleted surplus by 2035. At that point, unless Congress has taken steps to shore it up, the program will be able to fund about...