Manchester City ace Jack Grealish has revealed his go-to Chinese takeaway order – and it's safe to say it's raised a few eyebrows. The Premier League star has admitted he has the same meal after "every" football game. A word of warning – his takeaway order isn't for the faint hearted – but after spending at least 90 minutes running his famous calves up and down the football pitch, there's no wonder the winger has an appetite afterwards. The England and Manchester City star recently revealed his go-to post-match order on the video sharing app TikTok on his club's official page – and it's a whopper of a meal. Jack always orders egg-fried rice, salt and pepper prawns, salt and pepper chips, Singapore chow mein – and who could forget the curry sauce. Jack pictured with his favourite Chinese takeaway in a recent Instagram story ( Image: jackgrealish/Instagram) Football fans were impressed by the "perfect" order – but couldn't help remarking how expensive that meal … [Read more...] about ‘I tried the whopping Chinese takeaway Jack Grealish orders after every Man City game’
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Amsterdam tells British men who want a ‘messy night’ to ‘stay away’ from the city
Amsterdam has launched a digital campaign telling British tourists who want a "messy night" to "stay away". The online initiative is aimed at men aged 18 to 35, warning they face a fine alongside a criminal record and "fewer prospects" if they "misbehave and cause nuisance" in the Dutch city . The warning videos will be triggered when people in Britain enter specific terms into search engines, including "cheap hotel Amsterdam", "stag party Amsterdam", and "pub crawl Amsterdam". Footage shows men being arrested in the street, having their fingerprints and mugshots taken, and being locked in a police cell. The clip warns: "So coming to Amsterdam for a messy night? Stay away." The city's council has launched the scheme as part of efforts to improve Amsterdam's reputation amid continuing complaints by residents over the noise, drunkenness and misbehaviour. Deputy Mayor Sofyan Mbarki said: "Visitors will remain welcome but not if they misbehave and cause nuisance. … [Read more...] about Amsterdam tells British men who want a ‘messy night’ to ‘stay away’ from the city
‘Worst house in UK’ for sale with sprawled graffiti, heaped litter and warning signs
For many people across the UK, buying a house in the current market feels like an impossible task, and the properties within budget may not be our ideal homes. We all have areas we're prepared to compromise on, though. A £15,000 house may seem like the dream price point for many first-time buyers, but a Scottish house-hunter has dubbed his find of a rundown bungalow as the "worst house in the UK", despite the purse-friendly budget. Adam Bruce filmed his reaction to the property in a hilarious video where he detailed the many issues within the cut-price property. The video start with Adam's head overlaid on a green screen of the Rightmove listing of the property, which is located in Bradford, Yorkshire. In the video, Adam's head could be seen in each room ( Image: Deadline News) The clip opens with Adam's declaration: "Stop scrolling, stop what you're doing, ladies and gentlemen we have found the worst available house in the UK and it sits in Bradford." Whilst … [Read more...] about ‘Worst house in UK’ for sale with sprawled graffiti, heaped litter and warning signs
What has Rishi Sunak announced so far in his plan to tackle small boat crossings?
When Rishi Sunak outlined his five priorities for the country in 2023 following a tumultuous period for the Conservatives, he made it clear that tackling the surge in small boat crossings featured at the top of the list. Immigration will always be a core issue for the party - not least since many MPs identified it as one of the defining reasons why the UK voted to leave the European Union . The problem for Mr Sunak is that since that decisive vote in 2016, there has been a huge rise in those seeking to enter the UK by "irregular" means - primarily through small boat crossings in the Channel. Analysis by Sky News shows a record 45,728 people crossed the English Channel to the UK on small boats in 2022 - up more than 60% on the previous year. As the numbers grow, so does the pressure on the government to come up with solutions to the problem. What has the government done so far to tackle the crisis? The government has sought to deal with the surge in the … [Read more...] about What has Rishi Sunak announced so far in his plan to tackle small boat crossings?