The Daily Populous

Saturday June 22nd, 2019 evening edition

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The change will come into force across all UK restaurants from September, the fast food giant said.

Beth Hart, supply chain director of McDonald’s UK and Ireland, said: “It’s the latest step in our sustainability journey.".

The neolithic Wiltshire monument is built along the solstice alignment of the summer sunrise and the winter sunset.

Dancers marched through the city centre after a row developed over whether to renew Spearmint Rhino's licence for the premises.

This is believed to be attributed to frustration at the lack of progress in the continuing Brexit negotiations Getty.

She added: "We are committed to listening to our customers and finding solutions with our suppliers that work for them.

Just last year, it replaced the 8bn plastic straws used annually by UK customers with paper ones. »

Seagulls keep couple hostage in their own home for six days by attacking them every time they leave house

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Nesting seagulls kept a couple hostage in their own home for six days by attacking them every time they tried to leave their house.

Roy and Brenda Pickard, 71, say they were constantly confronted by two squawking adult seagulls after two chicks ended up on their roof.

Mr Pickard, 77, was once so viciously attacked that he ended up with a bloody head wound that needed hospital treatment. »

Couples who communicate more about sex tend to have better sex, study finds

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According to a new study in The Journal of Sex Research, couples who communicate more tend to have a better sex lives.

“One line of my research focuses on couples’ sexual communication and its benefits for romantic relationships.

The study, “Couples’ Sexual Communication and Dimensions of Sexual Function: A Meta-Analysis“, was authored by Allen B. Mallory, Amelia M. Stanton, and Ariel B. »