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How to get the best possible start to the Cheltenham Festival this year

One of the most significant horseracing events in history will soon be here – the Cheltenham Festival 2020. For those who observed last year’s event, there were some sensational highlights, including the many wins that Willie Mullins achieved with Klassical Dream. Not to mention the other triumphs such as Nico de Boinville being crowned top jockey, and Willie Mullins being crowned top trainer with four wins in total. However, it’s not just the horse racing that makes up this world-renowned event. There are lots of other reasons to attend Cheltenham this year. Including the champagne, fantastic catering, children’s entertainment, or

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Custard shortage hits British supermarkets

Britain is facing a custard shortage after crops in Southern Europe were devastated by unusual freezing weather, it has emerged. Custard prices in supermarkets have already more than doubled, and retail experts say shelves could be empty by the end of the week. Households now face the prospect of enduring family favourites like apple pie or rhubarb crumble without the tasty yellow sauce. Problems emerged in Southern Europe, especially Spain and parts of Italy, where weeks of snow and ice caused the custard plant crop to fail in large areas. The recent harvest produced a record low yield, and import

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Sophia Momodu puts her hot bod on display in Maldives Island

Sophia Momodu is at the moment in Maldives Island on vacation with her friends. Sophia however didn't leave us out of the fun as she kept us up to date with photos of her beach outing... The mom of one, shared photos which sees her in a one-piece swimsuit show casing are banging figure.

Sophia knows she is hot and that's one thing she has been using to pepper her rivals. Such hot chocolate body!

Woman celebrates divorce by throwing £500 bash for 50 guests including new lover (photos)

A makeup artist celebrated her divorce by throwing a lavish £500 party for 50 guests - including her new lover - and says the bash was better than her wedding.

Emma Barua, 29, had been with her former boyfriend for two years when they decided to get married to help him move from Australia to the UK so they could be together long-term in July 2017.

But after making the move, the newlyweds' marriage broke down 16 months after their fairytale £2,000 wedding and the couple filed for divorce in November 2018.

When she received her decree nisi and the divorce was finalised, Emma, from Brighton, East Sussex, celebrated with a bash for friends and family.

Donning a red floor-length velvet dress, the stunner marked the occasion by destroying a black heart-shaped pinata and cutting into a vegan dark chocolate cake on her own while guests enjoyed a DJ, balloons and party games.

Emma, who has since entered a relationship with new beau Angus, 38, said: "I wasn't sad and I didn't want people to be sad for me because I saw it as a celebration.

"The party was the complete antithesis of a wedding but there were certain things that felt similar.

"I wore a long red velvet dress and then changed into a short red number which was me saying 'I am embracing my freedom and feeling sexy and single again'.

"The day went by so quickly like a wedding day does, and I was running around trying to say hello to everyone.

"I felt happier on that night of the party than I did on my wedding day because it was just about me, not about me joining my life with someone else, it was all about my future and what it holds.

"People said I should get a pinata with my ex's face on it but I said I didn't want to do that because it's not about him, it was about me.

"I'd had amazing support from people around me and I had even met some amazing new friends along the way so I wanted to embrace this new part of my life."

Emma said her marriage broke down because the pair lost communication and trust but admitted the split was mutual.

After meeting her new boyfriend last May, Emma even celebrated leaving her husband with her new squeeze by her side at the bash.

Emma said: "I remember saying before my wedding 'this doesn't seem real'.

"We didn't have communication in our relationship anymore - I tried for months to find a way forward but eventually I decided I'd had enough."

Now Emma claims she can't see herself getting married again in the near future but hasn't ruled down walking down another aisle for good.

She said: "Maybe one day my views on marriage right now will change, but I would definitely recommend a divorce party to anyone who wants to mark the new phase of their life in a happy and joyful way.

"I'm already looking forward to helping a friend celebrate her divorce once it's finalised."

 With her new boyfriend

Agba Jalingo regains freedom after meeting bail conditions

Agba Jalingo, the publisher of CrossRiverWatch, has regained freedom after meeting his bail conditions.

Jalingo had spent 174 days (about five months) in detention before a federal high court in Calabar, Cross River, granted him bail in the sum of N10 million.

He was first arraigned on August 22, 2019, after he published a story, alleging that Governor Ben Ayade of Cross River misappropriated N500 million meant for the state’s microfinance bank.

Following an outcry, Ayade had denied involvement in the trial of Jalingo but said the Federal Government was behind the journalist’s case over his involvement in the #RevolutionNow protest led by Omoyele Sowore.

He was charged with conspiracy, terrorism, treasonable felony and an attempt to topple the state government.

The journalist was denied bail on two occasions by Simon Amobeda, a judge, who was caught in a leaked audio saying the journalist’s life was in the court’s hands.

After the recording was made public, Jalingo asked the chief judge of the federal high court to reassign his case.

Amobeda later recused himself from the matter following allegations of a lack of fair trial by the journalist.