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Couronnement du roi Charles III : à quoi s’attendre le grand jour

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Alors que le couronnement du roi Charles III approche à grands pas, tout le monde se demande ce qui se passera le samedi 6 mai. Notre rédacteur en chef des affaires internationales et observateur royal, Philip Turle, nous dit à quoi s’attendre, y compris qui doit apparaître sur le balcon du palais de Buckingham après la cérémonie du couronnement. Nous découvrons également quels événements sont prévus pour le reste du week-end férié au Royaume-Uni.

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I’m a famous serial killer profiler – here are four actions women can take to avoid becoming victims

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A famous serial killer profiler with 50 years of experience has revealed the steps women should take to avoid becoming the next victim.

Dr Ann Burgess, who spent decades studying the minds of serial killers, has found these individuals always search for women who are unprotected, appear weak and are living alone.

This has been the case in many infamous examples including the victims killed by Ted Bundy from 1974 through 1978 and the ‘Co-ed killer’ who went on a murdering spree from 1972 to 1973.

While those are decades-old cases, Burgess has warned that there are still serial killers among us and has shared four actions that will deter them from choosing you for the next horrendous crime.

Edmund Kemper (pictured) murdered his grandparents, six young female college students, his mother and her friend in the 1970s

Ted Bundy (pictured) murdered at least 30 women during the 1970s, although federal officials believe that number is higher

Dr Ann Burgess studied the methods of 36 serial killers to understand why they committed the heinous acts and the trauma that led to it. She has now revealed what women can do to protect themselves from becoming victims

Dr Burgess joined forces with the FBI in 1978 to consult with its Behavioral Science Unit, which developed the first-of-its-kind psychological profiling for serial killers.

They studied the methods and motives of 36 serial killers including Edmund Kemper (‘The Co-Ed Killer’) who murdered his grandparents, six young female college students, as well as his own mother and her friend in the 1970s.

The team examined how past trauma impacted the killer’s crimes and found that all serial killers had similar mental patterns from abusive mothers and absent fathers.

Burgess’s work with the FBI led to the arrest of high-profile killers including the Menendez brothers who murdered their parents Jose and Kitty at their Beverly Hills home in 1989. 

She has recently shot to fame again in a new Hulu three-part docu-series titled ‘Mastermind To Think Like a Killer.’

‘There is this misogyny that develops or this acting out against women due to these mommy issues, more or less,’ the show’s director Abby Fuller told PEOPLE.

‘Oftentimes they were victimized, so it’s like there’s this idea the victim becomes a victimizer and the kind of the scene is played out, only this time they’re the one in control rather than the victim.’

1. Trust your gut

If something feels wrong, Burgess said it probably is and you should immediately remove yourself from that situation or area.

Too many times, women feel something is off and think ‘Geez, I’m just overreacting,’ Burgess told PEOPLE, but by ignoring these thoughts, ‘they found themselves in very tight positions.’

When you feel that tight, clenching feeling in your stomach, ‘that’s your limbic system reacting,’ Burgess said.

‘It’s an involuntary system that is set in us to alarm us and you should pay attention to it. I just think that’s only good sense to listen to it, and not to override the system.’

Dr Ann Burgess (pictured) joined forces with the FBI in 1978 to consult with its Behavioral Science Unit where they were developing the first-of-its-kind psychological profiling for serial killers

Dr Ann Burgess (pictured) joined forces with the FBI in 1978 to consult with its Behavioral Science Unit where they were developing the first-of-its-kind psychological profiling for serial killers

2. Get a German Shepherd

Protection dogs, especially larger breeds like German Shepherds, have an intimidating appearance that could deter people from invading your home, Dr Burgess explained.

In particular, German Shepherds are naturally protective because they’re born with a gene that makes them form a strong bond with their owner.

They are also the most loyal, intelligent and courageous dogs in the canine family and have a sense of alertness that allows them to keep watch over the home for hours and can quickly notice any changes in their environment. 

German Shepherds are very vocal and often whine, growl and bark – making themselves known to a possible serial killer and alerting you to the invader’s presence. 

‘Get a German Shepherd. That’s the one thing I always say — get a German Shepherd,’ Dr Burgess said.

3. Put a ‘Beware of Dog’ sign outside your house 

Dr Burgess advised that a ‘Beware of Dog’ sign could stop serial killers from entering your home out of fear that they could be attacked.

They’re looking for an easy victim, someone that is alone and vulnerable, and this type of sign could stop serial killers from targeting you.

However, homeowners should be warned that ‘Beware of Dog’ signs can entice burglars to enter the residence out of curiosity over what valuables might be inside, according to researches at the University of Pennsylvania.

4. Put workman’s boots outside your door

Dr Burgess said she often puts workman’s boots outside her front door if she’s home alone to make it look like her husband is there.

Having these masculine boots outside the house could scare off serial killers who don’t want to fight someone to execute their plans.

‘A lot of killers seize opportunity,’ Dr Burgess said. ‘So if they … think that a man is there who could possibly fight them, they’re going to move to the next house for the easier victim.’

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Fogbow, a US firm with military links, eyes maritime plan for Gaza aid

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A private US firm run by former military and ex-CIA members is pushing plans to build a movable jetty off Gaza’s coast so more lifesaving goods can get into the besieged Palestinian enclave. But UN officials, aid workers and several European government officials have expressed doubts about the project and voiced scepticism over the group’s origins and motives.  

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Have you got financial confidence – and is it the trick to getting wealthier? This is Money podcast

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  • Plus on this podcast: What Labour means for pensions and the stock market
  • Can you set up your own investment trust?
  • Where is Britain’s best customer service?


Do you feel financially confident? When it comes to budgeting, saving, investing, and building your pension, are you clueless, comfortable, or cracking on?

A piece of research this week by Moneybox claimed that being financially confident could add £67,000 to your lifetime wealth – on average those with confidence were worth £145,000 on average, compared to £78,000 for the unconfident.

But what does being financially confident actually mean and how can you get there?

On this week’s podcast, Georgie Frost, Tanya Jefferies and Simon Lambert look at how to boost your financial confidence and whether the tips to do so could work.

Plus, a week into a new government and with a planned pensions review looming, the team look at what Labour could mean for our retirement savings.

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Meanwhile, investors seem to be cheering Labour taking charge and this week investment giant BlackRock flagged Britain’s ‘relative political stability’ and cheap stock market.

So does that mean good future returns and how can you invest?

Investing a large sum was on the mind of a reader who asked This is Money an unusual question: I’m inheriting £10million, should I set up an investment trust? So, what is the answer to that?

And finally, a new report has revealed Britain’s best places for customer service – did your favourite make the list?

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To download the Apple Podcasts app go to the App store. On Android devices, go to the Google Play store to download the podcast app of your choice. 

You can press play to listen to this week’s full episode on the player above, and wherever you get your podcasts please subscribe and review us if you like the podcast.

If you’re not happy using apps, you can also listen to the latest episode and archive on the This is Money podcast page. 

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Two French rugby players formally charged with aggravated rape in Argentina

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Two French international rugby players were charged with aggravated rape after a 39-year-old woman accused them of assaulting her in a Mendoza hotel room following a match. The men deny the accusation, but according to their lawyer “are worried about this whole situation that they have had to live through”.

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Inland surfing is coming to Scotland for the first time with the launch of Europe’s largest wave pool (that’s THREE TIMES the size of a football pitch)

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  • Scotland’s Lost Shore Surf Resort will swing its doors open in September 2024
  • It features a ‘state-of-the-art’ surfing pool within a 60-acre country park 
  • The resort will offer lodges, sleeping pods, eateries, shops and a spa  
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Europe’s largest wave pool and what’s billed as ‘the world’s first inland surfing resort’ is opening this autumn – and it’s certain to make a big splash among surfers.

Located near Edinburgh, Lost Shore Surf Resort will also be Scotland’s first inland surf resort, offering a ‘state-of-the-art’ surfing pool three times the size of Wembley’s football pitch and up to 1,000 waves an hour.

Set within a 60-acre country park in Scotland, it will feature luxury lodges, ‘premium’ accommodation pods, restaurants, and spa and shopping facilities.

But the highlight is its enormous wave pool and surf lake, which are fronted by an expansive beachfront.

Surfers will be able to ride waves for up to 22 seconds, with 20 different kinds of waves to enjoy. 

Located near Edinburgh, Lost Shore Surf Resort (rendering above) will be Scotland's first inland surf resort, offering a 'state-of-the-art' surfing pool three times the size of Wembley's football pitch and up to 1,000 waves an hour

Located near Edinburgh, Lost Shore Surf Resort (rendering above) will be Scotland’s first inland surf resort, offering a ‘state-of-the-art’ surfing pool three times the size of Wembley’s football pitch and up to 1,000 waves an hour 

The wave technology at Lost Shore Surf Resort was developed by Spanish firm Wavegarden, which operates inland surfing centres in locations that include Bristol, Snowdonia and Alaia Bay, Switzerland (above)

The wave technology at Lost Shore Surf Resort was developed by Spanish firm Wavegarden, which operates inland surfing centres in locations that include Bristol, Snowdonia and Alaia Bay, Switzerland (above)

Lost Shore says it will ‘welcome surfers of all levels, from beginners to developing Olympians of the future’.

Beginners can take advantage of surf lessons with ‘expert tuition’. Wetsuits, gloves, boots and surfboard hire will be included in the cost. Indoor heated changing rooms will also be available before or after a surf.

Lost Shore Resort is ‘ideally’ located just 10 minutes from Edinburgh Airport and 25 minutes from the centre of Edinburgh. For those travelling from Glasgow, it’s only a 45-minute drive.

Aside from surfing, the resort will boast 53 luxury lodges and premium pods sleeping up to eight people.

Visitors will also be able to enjoy the resort’s wellness treatment studio and amenities.

Lost Shore Surf Resort will feature luxury lodges and premium accommodation pods. Pictured is the planned final design for the premium 'Wave' pod, which sleeps up to six people

Pictured is the planned design for a two-person sleeping pod at the resort

Lost Shore Surf Resort will feature luxury lodges and premium accommodation pods. Left is the planned final design for the premium ‘Wave’ pod, which sleeps up to six people, and right is the planned design for a two-person sleeping pod 

This picture shows the master bedroom inside the 'Wave' pod

This image shows a King-sized bed inside the Wave pod

LEFT: This picture shows the master bedroom inside the ‘Wave’ pod. RIGHT: The King-sized bed inside the Wave pod

Pictured is the final design for the living room inside the premium pod

Pictured is the final design for the living room inside the premium pod 

The resort is set to ‘significantly enhance’ Edinburgh’s tourism economy and announced it would create over 100 new job vacancies last month.

Andy Roger, Chief Executive of Lost Shore Surf Resort, said: ‘Lost Shore Surf Resort is going to make a huge splash when we open in September. Being a Living Wage Employer we are committed to building a fantastic team to help us deliver our vision for Lost Shore Surf Resort.

‘The opening of any new business is an exciting moment. The build-up to the first day is part of that journey with the new team learning about the resort and becoming well-placed to deliver for our visitors from the day we open.’

The wave technology at Lost Shore Surf Resort was developed by Spanish firm Wavegarden, which operates inland surfing centres in Bristol and Snowdonia. 

For more information about Lost Shore Surf Resort, visit www.lostshore.com. 

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Philipsen wins stage 13 of Tour de France in sprint finish as Pogacar keeps overall lead

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Jasper Philipsen won the 13th stage of the Tour de France in a sprint finish and two-time champion Tadej Pogacar kept the yellow jersey on Friday. 

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I’m a health expert – these are the 10 surprising everyday habits that are seriously ruining your health

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Enjoying a coffee first thing in the morning. Forgetting to breathe through your nose instead of your mouth.

These might seem like two innocuous and totally unrelated things – but they could be having a big impact on your health.

Chris Boettcher is a physical therapist in South Carolina who has garnered a large social media following for his everyday health tips and weight loss advice.

Drawing on recent research, he revealed the ten surprising habits that cause weight gain, ruin sleep and leave people less energetic.

A doctor has revealed nine daily habits that he says are undermining health (stock)

A doctor has revealed nine daily habits that he says are undermining health (stock)

Revealing his list online — already viewed by 700,000 people — he said: ‘Health is simple.

‘[Junk food companies have] just spent the past several decades moving your lifestyle, foods, and the information you consume as far away from simple as possible.’

Maybe avoid an early morning coffee, says Boettcher (stock)

Maybe avoid an early morning coffee, says Boettcher (stock)

Drinking coffee first thing 

The first is drinking coffee too early.

The reason you reach for a cup of Joe so early is for the buzz, right? But Boettcher warned that caffeine is a diuretic which causes the body to lose water.

In the morning, you’re already dehydrated because you haven’t consumed water for eight hours and you lose fluid when you sleep through sweat.

He advised having around four cups of water first before getting your coffee fix.

The USDA says men should drink 13 cups of water per day while women should drink 11 cups.

Emails in bed

Reaching for your phone first thing may not be a good idea (stock)

Reaching for your phone first thing may not be a good idea (stock)

It can be tempting to grab the phone first thing to check up on emails and notifications messages.

But Boettcher warned against this, saying there was ‘no worse way’ to start the day.

‘Spend some time outside, preferably moving, before you check your devices,’ he suggested.

Experts suggest that using phones early in the morning can trigger a stress response, causing therelease of cortisol in the body — affecting mood during the day.

Studies have also suggested phones have a ‘brain drain’ effect, and reduce the amount of cognitive capacity people have when they are nearby.

Half of US adults are mouth breathers, studies suggest (stock)

Half of US adults are mouth breathers, studies suggest (stock)

Mouth breathing

More than half of Americans are thought to be ‘mouth breathers’, primarily breathing through their mouth instead of their noses.

Mouth breathing can cause dry mouth because the constant flow of air in and out can cause water to evaporate, raising the risk of bacteria growth and then issues like tooth decay or infections.

It can also impair sleep if the tongue rolls back in the mouth and blocks the airways, causing snoring and sleep apnea — interrupting healthy sleep.

To combat this, Boettcher recommended practicing ‘mindfully breathing through your nose, and consider using tape while you sleep.’

Texting in bed is not a great idea, say experts (stock)

Texting in bed is not a great idea, say experts (stock)

Hitting send before sleep

While settling down in bed, many play on their phone — scrolling the latest news or sending the odd text or email.

But experts warn against this, saying the blue light from phones can disrupt sleep and it can keep brains in an ‘active’ mode.

Boettcher advises turning off all devices after 5pm, using do-not-disturb mode and scheduling this for every evening.

Using a phone before sleeping can cause pre-sleep hyperarousal, making it harder to fall asleep.

It can also trigger stress, prompting the release of hormones like adrenaline — which also make it harder to shut off.

Cereals may be best avoided in the morning (stock)

Cereals may be best avoided in the morning (stock)

Eating cereals for breakfast

Cereal companies love to remind us breakfast is the day’s most important meal.

But cereals are often packed with refined carbohydrates and sugars, which can trigger rapid sugar spikes when consumed.

‘It’s why you feel chronically fatigued and hungry later in the day,’ Boettcher said.

Instead of cereals, he recommended a breakfast based on proteins and fats — such as one including eggs, oatmeal, berries and nuts.

Eating too little protein

Doctors say eating protein is a great way to feel full for longer and lose weight.

High-protein diets are recommended (stock)

High-protein diets are recommended (stock)

And Boettcher is no exception to the rule, also recommending people focus on a high protein diet.

The USDA says people should eat 50 to 175 grams of protein every day.

Boettcher urges everyone to aim for the top of this estimate — equivalent to nearly four steaks per day — to gain the health benefits.

‘We want protein to be at the heart of our diet for satiety, muscle growth and repair, and immune functionality,’ he said.

Protein is the most satiating of the three macronutrients – carbs, fat and protein.

Desk jobs carry health risks, say experts (stock)

Desk jobs carry health risks, say experts (stock)

Sitting at a desk

More than eight in ten Americans work desk jobs, estimates suggest.

This can see them rooted to the same spot for upwards of eight hours a day, which can have negative effects on their health.

Boettcher says staying at a desk for more than six hours raises the risk of numerous complications including poor posture, weight gain and an increased risk of chronic diseases.

And his assertion is backed up by studies, which found desk workers were 13 percent more likely to die from any cause than those who were not at desks.

Boettcher said workers should try to move every hour by standing, stretching or walking to limit the negative health effects of the job.

Sodas are packed with sugar (stock)

Sodas are packed with sugar (stock)

Drinking sodas and juices

Calorie-filled drinks are appealing, but it may be best to avoid them.

One can of Coca-Cola contains 39 grams of sugar — above the daily recommended intake for both men and women — while a glass of orange juice contains 25 grams.

Experts warn that because there is no fiber, this sugar is absorbed directly into the bloodstream — prompting a sugar spike. 

‘Cutting liquid calories from juices, sodas and alcohol is a big lever to pull for weight loss and overall health,’ Boettcher said.

Alcohol can disrupt sleep (stock)

Alcohol can disrupt sleep (stock)

Enjoying alcoholic beverages at dinner

Many of us like to enjoy the odd glass of wine or a beer at dinner after a hard day at work.

But Boettcher warns against this, saying it can cause weight gain, anxiety and raises the risk of chronic diseases.

Drinking alcohol late in the day also raises the risk of sleep being disrupted, because it suppresses REM sleep — which is needed to help process memories from the day. 

A pint of beer or glass of wine contains roughly 14 grams of pure alcohol.

With the liver breaking down alcohol roughly at a rate of 10 grams per hour, it can take up to two hours to remove just one of these drinks from the bloodstream.

‘A few drinks a week won’t kill you,’ said Boettcher, ‘but if it’s everyday it might’.

Bright lights close to bedtime disrupt sleep (stock)

Bright lights close to bedtime disrupt sleep (stock)

Viewing bright light close to bedtime

Another complication from viewing screens in bed is they can disrupt sleep.

These use blue light, which can inhibit the release of melatonin in the brain — which signals its time to sleep.

Boettcher recommends using blue light blockers or turning off screens an hour before bed to avoid this.

‘We want to avoid this at all costs,’ he says. 

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Russia increases income taxes for the wealthy to help fund Ukraine offensive

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Russian President Vladimir Putin on Friday signed a bill that raises income taxes for the rich, part of efforts to help fill government coffers depleted by the war in Ukraine. The tax hikes were being presented domestically as “systemic reforms”. 

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Paul Skenes named starting pitcher for MLB All-Star Game as Olivia Dunne’s boyfriend makes more history

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Paul Skenes has been selected as the starting pitcher for the National League at the 2024 MLB All-Star Game. 

It means the Pirates prospect, who has enjoyed a stunning start to his MLB career, is the first rookie to be named starting pitcher since 1995. He is only the fifth rookie ever to be given the role.

Skenes made history earlier this month, when he became the first player ever to be drafted with the No 1 overall pick and then become an MLB All-Star in their first season.

The Pittsburgh sensation also became the first rookie pitcher in the team’s history to make the All-Star team.

Skenes, whose relationship with gymnast Olivia Dunne has heightened the attention around his short career, has shone since taking to the mound for the first time.

The 22-year-old made his maiden big league start on May 11 and is 5-0 with a 2.12 ERA in 10 starts and 78 strikeouts in 59 1/3 innings. He has thrown 74 pitches of 100mph or more.

Skenes is one 13 NL pitchers for the game, which takes place at Arlintgon’s Globe Life Field on July 16. 

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Polish MPs reject bill seeking to ease strict abortion law

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Poland’s lower house rejected a bill on Friday that sought to decriminalise the act of helping someone get an abortion. The vote – in which 218 MPs voted against the bill and 215 were in favour – highlighted the divisions in the ruling coalition over easing one of Europe’s most restrictive abortion laws. 

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