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Working Men’s Club announce biggest UK and Ireland tour to date

Working Men’s Club have announced their biggest UK and Ireland headline tour to date – tickets will be available from here.The Yorkshire band are set to release their second studio album, ‘Fear Fear’, on July 15 via Heavenly Recordings. It’s already been previewed with the 2022 singles ‘Widow’, ‘Circumference’ and ‘Ploys’.Today (July 5), Working Men’s Club confirmed that they’ll be hitting the road in November for a string of nine UK/Ireland dates in support of their forthcoming record.They’ll be visiting Glasgow (November 18), Newcastle (19), Birmingham (20), Brighton (22), Bristol (23), Dublin (25), Manchester (26) and Cambridge (27) before ending the stint at the Forum Kentish Town in London on November 29.Tickets go on general sale at 10am BST this Friday (July 8) – you can purchase yours from here, and see the full live itinerary in the tweet below.Pleased to announce that we are going to be playing some shows in the UK and Ireland in November, tickets go on sale this Friday at 10am from https://t.co/OgRw68FCzuGlasgow, Newcastle, Birmingham, Brighton, Bristol, Dublin, Manchester, Cambridge and London, we’ll see you soon X pic.twitter.com/sIgREmZ8Q9— Working Mens Club (@work1ngmensclub) July 5, 2022Working Men’s Club are due to open for Primal Scream in Halifax on Friday night before playing various festivals, including Tramlines, Bluedot and Kendal Calling.
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Working Men’s Club announce biggest UK and Ireland tour to date
Working Men’s Club have announced their biggest UK and Ireland headline tour to date – tickets will be available from here.The Yorkshire band are set to release their second studio album, ‘Fear Fear’, on July 15 via Heavenly Recordings. It’s already been previewed with the 2022 singles ‘Widow’, ‘Circumference’ and ‘Ploys’.Today (July 5), Working Men’s Club confirmed that they’ll be hitting the road in November for a string of nine UK/Ireland dates in support of their forthcoming record.They’ll be visiting Glasgow (November 18), Newcastle (19), Birmingham (20), Brighton (22), Bristol (23), Dublin (25), Manchester (26) and Cambridge (27) before ending the stint at the Forum Kentish Town in London on November 29.Tickets go on general sale at 10am BST this Friday (July 8) – you can purchase yours from here, and see the full live itinerary in the tweet below.Pleased to announce that we are going to be playing some shows in the UK and Ireland in November, tickets go on sale this Friday at 10am from https://t.co/OgRw68FCzuGlasgow, Newcastle, Birmingham, Brighton, Bristol, Dublin, Manchester, Cambridge and London, we’ll see you soon X pic.twitter.com/sIgREmZ8Q9— Working Mens Club (@work1ngmensclub) July 5, 2022Working Men’s Club are due to open for Primal Scream in Halifax on Friday night before playing various festivals, including Tramlines, Bluedot and Kendal Calling.
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Record-breaking temperatures may hit UK this month with scorching highs of 41C predicted
weather forecasters predicted parts of the country could hit 41C.The highest-ever temperature the UK has ever recorded is 38.7C, which occurred on July 25, 2019 in Cambridge, but this sizzling figure could be beaten several times over the next couple of weeks if meteorologists’ charts are accurate.It promises to be a week of pleasant sunshine this week, but another heatwave is beckoning the week after, with Bristol speculated to reach the 40C mark on July 14, at 6pm, while London could even reach 41C a couple of days later.READ MORE: Brits cigarettes could be 'laced with poo' after black market spike sees cheap fakes sold The Weather Outlook’s forecast model also predicts balmy temperatures of 39C and 38C in Oxford and Southampton respectively, in what experts are claiming is an “astonishing forecast”. Brian Gaze, founder of The Weather Outlook, did throw a caveat into the mix when saying that predictions can change many times right up until the events occur.He told the Daily Express: “These computer models showing possible scenarios are run by forecasting centres hundreds of times a day.“We can’t be specific when we are looking more than a week ahead, but, at the top end, some of these models have shown extremely hot conditions of up to 41C degrees. To stay up to date with all the latest news, make sure you sign up to one of our newsletters here. “It’s certainly the first time that I’ve seen a computer model show 40C degrees in the UK.”Severe weather from southern Europe has brought about a rise in temperatures over the past few weeks and Gaze said: “The weather has been extremely hotter than usual in southern Europe, even by their standards – and some of that could be coming forward to the UK.”The Met Office forecast
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Period poverty is worst in Brighton and Hove - as nearly half can't afford sanitary items
Period poverty is at its worst in Brighton and Hove – where a staggering 46% of women and girls say there are times they are unable to afford basic sanitary protection.The study of 2,000 females, who menstruate, revealed the 10 cities in the UK which are hardest hit by this widespread issue – including Oxford (40%) and Birmingham (34%).And those in Cambridge and York (32% respectively) also admit there are some months when they struggle.Overall, a quarter of the female population admit their menstruation is a challenging time, because they now find it more difficult to afford period products compared to 12 months ago.Of these, 90% say the rising cost in living is already taking its toll, while a fifth now provide for another family member in addition to themselves.One in ten women admitted they had found it harder getting work during the pandemic, and an unfortunate 7% lost their job.The study was commissioned by global hygiene and health company Essity, which has supported charity In Kind Direct for 20 years.Essity has created an educational video with advice for those affected by period poverty.A spokesman said: “This is a really tough time for many, and we recognise our responsibility to try and help where we can to address the hardships so many are facing.“As a result, we have just extended our commitment to donate 100,000 period products per month until the end of 2023 at least.“Sanitary protection is a basic human requirement, and through charities like In Kind Direct there are ways women and girls can access the products they need.“We just need to raise awareness of where to go, and how to get these items, without feeling any sense of embarrassment or shame.”To cope at their time of the month, those who can’t
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Harry and Meghan want to be 'as low profile as possible' at Jubilee, says Sussex pal
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The pair met while studying English at the University of Cambridge.Monty met Sarah (née Erskine), who is a trained architect and jeweller.They went on to run a successful jewellery business together in Knightsbridge.The two would attract such clients as Michael Jackson and Princess Diana.However, the business fell on hard times during the 1980's financial crash.It’s at this point, that Monty explained the couple “lost everything.”The gardening expert revealed in an interview with The Times: "We lost everything...we lost our house, our business.“We sold every stick of furniture we had at Leominster market," he said.Monty also revealed Sarah urged him to seek help after falling deep into depression following bankruptcy.Their children would ask Sarah 'Why is Daddy always crying?'He added: “She said you have to see a doctor because I can't cope with you and three small children and our life as it is.“I need help and the only way I can get help is for you to get help.“Antidepressants helped initially and I had cognitive behavioural therapy on the NHS, which was very good".Monty suffered a stroke in 2008 and told Sarah at the time that he wanted to die in her arms.He told his wife: “'Hold me because I think I'm dying and, if I am, I want to die in your arms.'"The event, which Monty has now recovered from, forced him to give up presenting Gardeners' World for three years.It wasn’t until Sarah’s father, a retired doctor, advised Monty to go and see a neurologist, that the minor stroke was confirmed.He has been Gardeners' World lead presenter since 2003, at which point he replaced Alan Titchmarsh.The star made his television debut in 1989 with ITV’s This Morning with a gardening segment.This led to further television work across
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