LIFE

It all comes down to, uh, volcanic science.
Doctors reveal when you may start seeing symptoms if you've been around someone who is sick.
No one wants a parting gift that involves spending time with the toilet.
If you want the season to be holly jolly, make sure to communicate these first.

ENTERTAINMENT

The former Countdown host stepped down from her BBC Wales show last month as she was "not prepared to stop" criticising the current government.
Of course, the comedian had something to say about the latest saga.

POLITICS

The prime minister was asked if his government was "a laughing stock" during a tetchy press conference.
It may have taken 17 minutes for Christie to speak a word on the debate stage, but he came out swinging at the former president in his first response.
"We will go out and find the conspirators — not just in government, but in the media."
“This is the desperate dying days of a party ripping itself apart," says Labour frontbencher as departing immigration minister dodges Commons.
Tim Alberta, staff writer at The Atlantic, said he was discouraged by interviews with several high-profile evangelical figures.
Immigration minister's resignation leaves prime minister's flagship deportation policy in tatters.
In a direct challenge to Rishi Sunak, the former home secretary warned the party will "die" if a new immigration law is too weak.
Former culture secretary claimed Johnson was a "lone voice" rejecting calls for lockdown.
It came after James Cleverly became the latest minister to visit the east African country to sign an immigration deal.
Mermaids called the bill a "blatant attempt to roll back hard-won rights for the trans community."

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