NSPCC Launch Free Helpline To Support Parents Worried About Children Being ‘Radicalised’

Parents worried about their children being “radicalised” and the impact of terrorism can now call an NSPCC helpline for advice. The national children’s charity launched the free, 24-hour service after the spate of terrorist attacks in 2016. It will be the first national point of support for parents who might be concerned or need advice…

‘Rock Band’ And ‘Guitar Hero’ Are Coming Back, Because The World Doesn’t Have Enough Plastic Toy Guitars

From about 2005 until 2010 the western world was blighted by the arrival of video games which ostensibly simulated playing the guitar, but actually involved mashing spongey plastic keys on tiny, humiliating pretend instruments. And now – even though we have the technology to play video games with actual, real guitars – they’re coming back….

‘Coronation Street’ Star Paula Lane Reveals She Chose To Leave The Soap To Concentrate On Motherhood

Former ‘Coronation Street’ actress Paula Lane has revealed becoming a mother was a driving force behind her decision to her quit the soap.  The 30-year-old, who played Kylie Platt in the ITV soap, is mum to Arthur, 18 months, and is currently pregnant with her second child. Lane said going back to work when her son was…

Kendall Jenner Collaborates With Mario Testino For Vogue India’s Latest Cover And The Photos Are Magical

Kendall Jenner is Vogue India’s latest cover star and she looks even more stunning than usual.  Shot by the legendary photographer Mario Testino in Jaipur, India, Jenner showcases a series of designer outfits and striking poses in an otherworldly shoot for the May issue.  Vogue India To celebrate Vogue India’s tenth anniversary and the fact that…

Background Noise Makes It Harder For Toddlers To Learn Language: Here’s How Parents Can Help

Children find it harder to learn new words if they are surrounded by background noise, a study has found. “Modern homes are filled with noisy distractions such as TV, radio, and people talking that could affect how children learn words at early ages,” said Brianna McMillan, doctoral student in psychology at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, who…

Adverts Replaced By Stunning Photo Exhibition To Reflect Diversity Of British Public

Adverts in shopping centres, train stations and high streets have been replaced by photographs featuring members of the British public to reflect the beauty and diversity of the country. The nationwide exhibition, called Portrait of Britain, lasts throughout September and was envisaged as ‘by the people, of the people, for the people’. Portrait of Britain began…

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