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Heart attack symptoms: The five signs 'you should never ignore' – FULL list

Heart attacks are a serious medical emergency that require immediate medical attention. It’s crucial that you’re aware of the most common signs of a heart attack, so that you can respond quickly if you ever have to.

Heart attacks are caused by a lack of blood reaching the heart.

Without enough blood, the heart could become seriously damaged – and it may even be life-threatening.

A heart attack could also be a symptom of coronary heart disease, which is where fatty deposits build up in the arteries, which limits the amount of blood reaching the heart.

There are numerous symptoms of a heart attack, and they tend to differ between both men and women.

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You might also notice excessive sweating and unexplained nausea, it added.

Some patients could feel very lightheaded or dizzy, and become overwhelmed with fatigue.

“During a heart attack, the blood supply that normally nourishes the heart with oxygen is cut off and the heart muscle begins to die,” it said.

“Some people who are having a heart attack have warning signs, while others show no signs.

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Carer's allowance can boost NI credits and protect state pension income – full details

To be eligible for carer’s allowance initially, a person must provide 35 hours of care a week which can include helping with cooking, taking the person being cared for to a doctor’s appointment or helping with household tasks.

Claimants must also be aged 16 or over, have been living in England, Scotland or Wales for two of the previous three years and earn £128 or less per week after tax, National Insurance and expenses.

On top of this, claimants must not be in full-time education, studying for 21 hours a week or more to be subject to immigration control.

For those who are not eligible for carer’s allowance, it may be possible to apply for carer’s credit instead.

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YouTube vs TikTok boxing: Full fight list and undercard for YouTubers vs TikTokers tonight

YouTubers and TikTokers will be taking to the boxing ring tonight to face each other in a one-of-its-kind event named the ‘Battle of the Platforms’. The night will feature a whole host of popular social media stars coming face-to-face, including Austin McBroom, Bryce Hall, and Nate Wyatt.

Social media stars are continuing to assert their influence over the sport of boxing.

The high-profile KSI vs Logan Paul fight in August 2018 drew huge numbers of viewers, owing to their large respective fanbases.

The subsequent rematch, in November 2019, was a full pay-per-view fight, promoted by Eddie Hearn’s Matchroom Boxing, and was broadcast on Sky Sports Box Office in the UK.

Now, the world of social media has gone one step further, and has launched a full-scale boxing event, featuring eight fights between YouTubers and TikTokers.

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YouTube vs TikTok line-up – in full

Ryan Johnston (YT) vs Cale Saurage (TT) – free

Landon McBroom (YT) vs Ben Azelart (TT) – free

Tanner Fox (YT) vs Ryland Storms (TT)

Faze Jarvis (YT) vs Michael Le (TT)

DDG (YT) vs Nate Wyatt (TT)

Deji (YT) vs Vinnie Hacker (TT)

AnEsonGib (YT) vs Taylor Holder (TT)

Austin McBroom (YT) vs Bryce Hall (TT)

What time is the YouTube vs TikTok boxing event tonight?

The YouTube vs TikTok boxing event is set to get underway on Saturday June 12, in Miami, Florida.

In the UK, it will start at about 11pm, with the main PPV event starting an hour later.

The fights will only last five rounds – each of two minutes – so the event is likely to be shorter than usual events.

McBroom and Hall are expected to make their ring walks at about 3am on Sunday morning, UK time.

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State pension UK: DWP updates claiming process as forms are removed – full details

It should be noted state pensions can be claimed even if a person decides to keep working.

Additionally, state pension claims can be deferred and if this is done for long enough, the eventual payments can even be boosted.

A state pension will increase for every week it is deferred, so long as the deferral lasts at least nine weeks.

The payments will increase by the equivalent of one percent for every nine weeks of deferment.

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Full list of summer destinations as ANOTHER country allows in fully vaccinated Brits


Iceland, which is on the UK’s green list at the time of writing, is welcoming back British tourists as long as they can prove they are fully vaccinated.

“Due to COVID-19 restrictions, non-essential travel by British citizens from the UK/other non EU/EEA country to Iceland is only permitted, if you can adequately demonstrate you have either been fully vaccinated against COVID-19 or previously recovered from COVID-19 infection,” explains the FCDO.

“You will be asked to provide proof of vaccination which must contain the specific COVID information Iceland requires.

“If you live in Scotland, Iceland will accept your NHS Scotland letter.

“Your NHS appointment card from vaccination centres is not designed to be used as proof of vaccination and should not be used to demonstrate your vaccine status.”


Malta is already welcoming back fully vaccinated travellers from the UK.

Those who can provide evidence of their inoculation status are eligible to avoid quarantine and further testing as of June 1.

Air Malta has advised customers that all persons travelling to Malta must, prior to boarding, be in possession of a negative PCR test performed within 72 hours of their arrival in Malta and a completed Passenger Locator Form including a Public Health Travel Declaration Form.

Passengers in possession of a valid Maltese vaccine certificate can use this in lieu of a negative PCR test result.

Customers, who are not in possession of these documents will be denied boarding. 


Portugal, which was recently axed from the UK green list, has been welcoming back British arrivals who are fully vaccinated.

Those who can show evidence of their status can side-step the need for a PCR test.

“If you have recovered from COVID-19 in the last 90 days, or have had both doses of the vaccine at least 15 days prior to travel, you will be exempt from showing a RT-PCR COVID-19 test on entry,” states the FCDO.

“If you live in England, Madeira will accept your NHS letter to demonstrate your COVID-19 vaccination status. Other travellers will need to show a medical report as evidence of your status.

“You cannot use a handwritten NHS COVID card as proof of vaccination for travel purposes.”

This post originally appeared on Daily Express :: Travel Feed

Kevin De Bruyne copies Cristiano Ronaldo to complete full Man City sweep of PFA awards

“You want to win all the trophies with the team, and this is probably the most important one as an individual trophy in the league.

“To be voted by your competitors, by players you compete with every game, to choose you, that says a lot.

“They’re the people in my view who know most about the game. When you have these things, you can show your kids and say ‘Look, this is what daddy did when he was younger.’”

De Bruyne’s win completed a clean sweep of the PFA awards for City, with his team-mate Phil Foden named Young Player of the Year.

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Tesco issues urgent food recall warning on ice cream, breadsticks and more – full list

Tesco has shared a food recall warning for a number of items sold in stores. This is because the products contain allergens not listed on the packaging.

Tesco Mini Breadsticks six pack, 120g (6x20g)

Best before date: October 2021

Batch codes: U3032, U3033, U3041, U3042, U3043, U3051, U3052, U3053

Anyone who has purchased the product can return it to stores for a full refund.

itsu vegetable fusion gyoza

The food, found in the frozen aisle, is also sold in Morrisons and those who have bought it are urged to return the item.


The product contained crustaceans, molluscs and fish and may contain egg which have all been missed off some labels.

The packs being recalled are 300 grams with the best before date of April 11, 2022.

No other itsu products are known to be affected.

“If you have an allergy or intolerance to crustaceans, molluscs, fish, or egg, or are vegetarian or vegan, do not eat the affected product,” a statement said.

“Instead, return it to a Tesco store where a full refund will be given. No receipt is required.”

Twister Peek-A-Blue ice lollies

All batches of the ice lollies are being recalled as they could pose a safety risk to those with a milk allergy.

The product is also sold in Asda, Morrisons and Sainsbury’s.

“Wall’s is recalling all batches of Twister Peek-a-Blue ice lollies (five multipack and single-serve) due to the possibility of higher than expected cross contamination levels of milk,” Tesco stated.

“This is a potential safety risk to people with a milk allergy.

“If you have a milk allergy, don’t eat this product. Instead, please return it to a Tesco store where a full refund will be given. No receipt is required.”

Food recall warnings are issued when a problem is spotted with a products. 

This can be linked to health, safety or allergy fears.

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Five councils in England ban smoking outside pubs, cafes and restaurants – full list

Manchester, Newcastle, Durham, Northumberland and North Tyneside county councils have banned smoking on pavements outside hospitality venues, such as pubs, cafes and restaurants. These rules only apply to establishments where outdoor seating is provided by the business. Oxfordshire County Council is set to be next in line to follow the Government’s vision.

“Smoking leads to disease and disability and harms nearly every organ of the body,” said the CDC.

Secondhand smoke

In addition, secondhand smoke exposure contributes to approximately 41,000 deaths among non-smoking adults and 400 deaths in infants each year.

Children exposed to secondhand smoke are more at risk of:

  • Sudden infant death syndrome
  • Acute respiratory infections
  • Middle ear disease
  • More severe asthma
  • Slowed lung growth
  • Respiratory symptoms

Secondhand smoke contains more than 7,000 chemicals – hundreds are toxic and 70 can cause cancer.

“Breathing secondhand smoke can have immediate adverse effects on your blood and blood vessels, increasing the risk of having a heart attack,” added the CDC.

Smoke-free Britain

Employers are expected to enforce smoke-free spaces outside shops, offices, and factories, the Daily Mail reported.

Moreover, a seventh local authority, Gateshead Council grants licenses to venues that say pavement cafes must be smoke-free, the Guardian stated.

Oxfordshire County Council revealed that it’s “considering proposals for hospitality outdoor seating to be 100 per cent smoke-free”.

“At present there are no timeframes for smoke-free pavement licensing proposals and nothing has yet been agreed,” the council clarified.

However, Simon Clark – the director of the smokers’ lobby group Forest (Freedom Organisation for the Right to Enjoy Smoking) criticised the plans.

“It’s no business of local councils if adults choose to smoke… Reducing smoking rates to meet some idealistic target is not a priority for most people.”

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Wendy’s opens first store in UK today: Full list of branches coming soon

Famous in America for its square hamburgers and sea salt fries, Wendy’s is making its return to the UK today. Opening its doors in locations across the country, the fast food restaurant will service food items like chicken nuggets, burgers, baked potatoes as well as breakfast options. 

The company has said it hopes to have around 400 branches in total.

A statement said: “The UK launch will spearhead a European-wide expansion as Wendy’s looks to build on strong growth on the other side of the Atlantic, where the brand last year dethroned Burger King to become the No 2 player in the US hamburger market.”

The chain will also be partnering with food delivery service Uber Eats to bring delicious food to people at home too.

What can customers expect to find on the Wendy’s food menu?

Some of its famous food items will be on the menu as well as launching some exclusive foods for its British customers. 

Wendy’s menu will include Dave’s Single Burger, Avocado Chicken Salad, Spicy Chicken Sandwich, Veggie Bites, The Veggie Stack as well as an Avocado Veggie Salad.

Real Breast Fillet Chicken Nuggets will also be available as well as a number of salad options including a Chicken Caesar salad and Apple Cranberry salad.

For side options there will be baked potatoes, Baconator fries and Chilli con Carne. 

Famous for its Frosty dessert, UK customers will also be able to pick up the signature frozen dairy dessert.

A breakfast menu will also be available until 10:30am and will include foods like the Breakfast Baconator, Croissant Sandwiches and the Classic Egg and Cheese Sandwich.

SVP, UK and Canada Managing Director Paul Hilder, said: “We can’t wait for the British public to try our menu when the doors open to our Reading restaurant on June 2.

“The signature Wendy’s items that fans know and love are there, but you will also see a few new additions just for our British customers.

“With Wendy’s you can guarantee you’ll get freshly prepared, high quality ingredients in everything we serve. Get ready for the best burger out there – square, fresh off the grill and made to order.” 

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Iran Navy: Inside the Iranian warship fleet – full arsenal exposed

The heaviest ship in the Iranian Navy sank on Wednesday after catching fire in the Gulf of Oman. All crew were safely evacuated according to Iran’s semi-official news agencies. The cause of the blaze, which began at about 2.25am local time has yet to be announced, however, many are speculating it might be the latest in a series of attacks on ships owned by archenemies Iran and Israel. Iranian Fars news agency reported: “All efforts to save the vessel were unsuccessful and it sank.”

What other ships does the Iran Navy have in its arsenal?

The Islamic Republic of Iran Navy has the following vessels:

  • Six subsurface combatant ships
  • 31 surface combatant ships
  • 24 amphibious ships
  • 27 auxiliary ships – including the sunken IRIS Kharg.

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Surface combatants ships

Surface combatants are a subset of naval warships which are designed to engage in combat on the surface of the water, with their own weapons.

There are three ships in the Alvand class, the IRIS Alvand, IRIS Alborz and IRSI Sabalan, weighing 1,400 tons.

The Moudge class also has three ships – the IRIS Jamaran, IRIS Damavand and IRIS Sahand, all weighing 1,500 tons.

Two ships weighing 900 tons belong to the Bayandor class: IRIS Bayandor and IRIS Naghdi.

There is just one 539-ton ship belonging to the Hamzeh class – the IRIS Hamzeh, commissioned in 1986.

The Kaman class has a large fleet of 10 ships: IRIS Kaman, IRIS Xoubin, IRIS Khadang, IRIS Falakhon, IRIS Shamshir, IRIS Gorz, IRIS Gardouneh, IRIS Khanjar, IRIS Neyzeh and IRIS Tabarzin.

All of the ships weigh 234 tons and they are fast attack crafts originally from France.

The fast attack crafts in the Sina class include the IRIS Paykan, IRIS Joshan, IRIS Derafsh, IRIS Separ and IRIS Zereh, all weighing 275 tons.

There are three 85-ton ships as part of the Kaivan class, the IRIS Kaivan, IRIS Tiran and IRIS Mahan – all of which are patrol crafts.

There are three other patrol craft vessels, the IRIS Parvin, IRIS Bahram and IRIS Nahid, weighing 105 tons.

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Amphibious ships

There are 24 vessels belonging to the amphibious ship category.

These crafts are employed to land and support ground forces, such as marines, on enemy territory during an amphibious assault, which is an offensive military operation where naval ships project ground and air power onto a hostile or hostile shore at a designated landing beach.

The Hengam class has four ships, the IRIS Hengam, IRIS Larak, IRIS Tonb and IRIS Lavan all weighing 2,581 tons full-load.

There are six ships belonging to the Karbala Class, two with unknown names, in addition to the Fouque, Qeshm, Hormoz and Farour.

There are eight ships in the SR.N6 and six ships in the BH.7 classes respectively, weighing 10 tons and 55 tons full-load respectively.

Auxiliary ships

An auxiliary ship is a naval ship designed to operate in support of combatant ships and other naval operations.

The IRINS Makran is an expeditionary sea base vessel which has been commissioned in 2021.

The Kangan class includes four tanker ships all weighing 12,193 tons full-load: IRIS Kangan, IRIS Taheri, IRIS Shahid Marjni and IRIS Amir.

There are two ships in the Bandar Abbas class, the IRIS Bandar Abbas and IRIS Bushehr, each weighing 4,748 tons full-load.

The IRIS Kharg was the heaviest ship in the Iran Navy, weighing 33,544 tons full-load.

Seven ships are included in the Delvar class, all weighing 1,300 tons: the Deylam, Delvar, Sirjan, Charak, Chiroo, Souru and the Dayer ships.

A large class of ships is the Hendijan class which includes 12 tender ships.

The ships are the Macham, Khoramshahr, Hendijan, Sirik, Konarak, Gavatar, Moqam, Bahregan, Kalat, Ganaveh, Rostami and Nayband – all weighing in at 420 tons full-load.

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