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Birmingham widow who scooped £300k casino jackpot is hacked to death in Jamaica

Published 19 February 2020
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ByMike Lockley
11:01, 17 FEB 2020UPDATED07:30, 18 FEB 2020

A widow who scooped almost £300,000 in one magical night at a Birmingham casino has been savagely hacked to death in Jamaica.

The life-changing windfall helped former Birmingham shopkeeper Evadney Gayle build a dream home on the island of her birth.

The palatial property, in St Tooties, an unspoilt, palm-fringed paradise in Jamaica’s Manchester parish, became the setting for her barbaric murder.

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The Sustainable Consumer – World Consumer Rights Day 2020 theme

Published 31 January 2020

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The Sustainable Consumer – World Consumer Rights Day 2020 theme

07 January 2020

Consumers International has announced that the theme for World Consumer Rights Day 2020, 15 March 2020, will be ‘The Sustainable Consumer’. The campaign will discuss the need for sustainable consumption globally, as well as highlighting the important role that consumer rights and protection can play.

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Exxon Ships First Oil From New Mega-Discoveries In Guyana

Published 31 January 2020

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Exxon Ships First Oil From New Mega-Discoveries In Guyana

Dylan Baddour

Dylan BaddourContributor EnergyI write about energy in Venezuela and Colombia.

Oil tanker with tugboat at sea
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As the tiny nation of Guyana sends off its first tanker full of crude, the world welcomes a newcomer to the ranks of high volume oil producers. 

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(BBC) The UK will leave the EU at 23:00 GMT, ending 47 years of membership.

Published 31 January 2020

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(BBC) The UK will leave the EU at 23:00 GMT, ending 47 years of membership.

In a video message to be released an hour earlier, Prime Minister Boris Johnson will call Brexit – which follows more than three years of political wrangling – a “new dawn”.

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Haiti cholera outbreak ‘stopped in its tracks’

Published 31 January 2020

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Haiti cholera outbreak ‘stopped in its tracks’

 Last Updated Jan 29, 2020A child is administered an oral vaccine against cholera as part of a large-scale vaccination campaign.

(UN News) After a nine-year long cholera outbreak in Haiti that killed close to 10,000 people, this week the country reached the milestone of an entire year free from any new cases of the deadly waterborne disease.

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