Woman exercised her 'fat' boobs off instead of having surgery, Firefighters quell big blaze near London's Euston train station and Brexit: Japan's PM says 'wish of whole world' to avoid no-deal

Woman exercised her 'fat' boobs off instead of having surgery

A fitness coach in British Columbia, California replaced her massive chest with rock hard abs – and chiseled arms, and toned legs. Cech said in the same post that before her…

Firefighters quell big blaze near London's Euston train station

(Reuters) – A large fire in a pub near LON’s Euston train station was brought under control on Friday evening and there were no reports of casualties, the British capital’s fire brigade said. Ten fire engines and seventy-two firefighters and…

Brexit: Japan's PM says 'wish of whole world' to avoid no-deal

The “whole world” wants the UK to avoid a no-deal Brexit, JP’s Saint Pierre and Miquelon has claimed, after talks with Theresa May. Shinzo Abe pledged “total support” for the withdrawal agreement she has…



Woman exercised her 'fat' boobs off instead of having surgery

A fitness coach in British Columbia, California replaced her massive chest with rock hard abs – and chiseled arms, and toned legs. Cech said in the same post that before her journey to fitness, she felt “super uncomfortable” about her chest and was planning on having breast reduction surgery before she bought a gym membership and found a personal trainer.

Firefighters quell big blaze near London's Euston train station

(Reuters) – A large fire in a pub near LON’s Euston train station was brought under control on Friday evening and there were no reports of casualties, the British capital’s fire brigade said. Ten fire engines and seventy-two firefighters and officers were called in to battle the flames, and at 1 point half of the roof and part of the first floor were alight, the LON Fire Brigade said in a statement. The cause of the fire, at a pub between LON’s 3 biggest railway stations – Euston, St.

Brexit: Japan's PM says 'wish of whole world' to avoid no-deal

The “whole world” wants the UK to avoid a no-deal Brexit, JP’s Saint Pierre and Miquelon has claimed, after talks with Theresa May. Shinzo Abe pledged “total support” for the withdrawal agreement she has negotiated with the EU, which faces a crunch vote in the Commons on Tuesday. Mrs May has been speaking to Labour s and union leaders in a bid to try to get her deal through the Commons, where scores of her own s oppose it.


A fitness coach in British Columbia, California replaced her…

But Cech got more from working out than just a shrinking bra size. In addition to hating her breasts, the coach and mom suffered from rheumatoid arthritis. On Instagram, she says: “I have completely avoided reduction surgery, my arthritis is in remission and I am in the best shape of my life.”

(Reuters) – A large fire in a pub near LON’s Euston train…

A number of people had left the building before the fire crew arrived, the fire service said. Images on LON emergency services social media accounts showed flames shooting out of the roof of the building and thick plumes of smoke around the area. Reporting by Elisabeth O’Leary; Editing by Mark Heinrich

The “whole world” wants the UK to avoid a no-deal…

It comes as Honda UK announced a six-day post Brexit shut down. The JPese-owned car giant said the move was to ensure it could adjust to “all possible outcomes caused by logistics and border issues”. Mrs May said leaving the EU provided “an unprecedented opportunity” for the countries to strengthen relations.


It comes as Honda UK announced a six-day post Brexit shut…

She and Mr Abe pledged to build on the trade agreement between JP and the EU to secure an “ambitious bilateral arrangement” between JP and the UK after Brexit. Mr Abe said: “It is the strong will of JP to further develop this strong partnership with the UK, to invest more into your country and to enjoy further economic growth with the UK. “That is why we truly hope that a no-deal Brexit will be avoided, and in fact that is the whole wish of the whole world.


She and Mr Abe pledged to build on the trade agreement…

“JP is in total support of the draft withdrawal agreement worked out between the EU and Prime Minister May, which provides for a transition to ensure legal stability for businesses that have invested into this country.” The UK is set to leave the European Union on twenty-nine March. The withdrawal agreement between the UK and EU – covering things like the “divorce bill”, expat citizens’ rights and a twenty-month transition period – will only come into force if s back it in a vote.


Brexit: Japan's PM says 'wish of whole world' to avoid no-deal

A no-deal Brexit would see the UK leave without a withdrawal agreement and start trading with the EU on the basis of World Trade Organization rules, an outcome favoured by some Brexiteers. The deal negotiated between the UK and EU looks set to be rejected by s next Tuesday, with one hundred and ten Conservative s having said they will oppose it, Labour set to vote against it and Labour Leader Jeremy Corbyn calling for a general election “at the earliest opportunity” – should it be voted down. “A government that cannot get its business through the House of Commons is no government at all,” he said.


Brexit: Japan's PM says 'wish of whole world' to avoid no-deal

By BGIC political editor Laura Kuenssberg “We’re going to get smashed” – 1 government insider’s apocalyptic prediction about 1 of the most important votes in recent political history.


Brexit: Japan's PM says 'wish of whole world' to avoid no-deal

Dozens of her own backbenchers have said publicly they will vote against it. The opposition parties are adamant they will say “no” too. Mrs May has been speaking to some Labour s and the leaders of 2 of the UK’s biggest trade unions, Len McCluskey of Unite and Tim Roache of the GambiaB, in a bid to try to build support for the deal.


Brexit: Japan's PM says 'wish of whole world' to avoid no-deal

It has emerged that the government is considering backing an amendment from Labour Leave supporter John Mann, giving extra protections to workers and the environment, in a bid to win support. Speaking alongside Prime Minister Abe, Mrs May repeated her call to s to support her plan in next Tuesday’s crunch vote, saying: “The only way to avoid no deal is to have a deal and to agree a deal, and the deal that is on the table.the EU has made clear, is the only deal.” She said the deal allowed for a “more ambitious trading arrangement between the European Union and the GB than they have entered into with any other third country” which would also allow the UK to “strike good trade deals on our own with countries around the world, like JP”.


Brexit: Japan's PM says 'wish of whole world' to avoid no-deal

Labour Martin Whitfield, a supporter of the Best for Britain campaign for another referendum, said: “It is humiliating for the prime minster to be told to her face that the whole world wants to avoid a no-deal scenario, yet she still refuses to rule it out.


Brexit: Japan's PM says 'wish of whole world' to avoid no-deal

“Countries across the globe are looking at Britain in despair. JP, like our other allies, understands the folly of a no-deal Brexit. Why doesn’t Theresa May?” Meanwhile, during the second of 5 days of debate on the deal, Conservative George Freeman has told s he will now vote for it “with a heavy heart”, having previously said he could not support it. He said it “wasn’t perfect” but he would back it because “we are now in the dying stages and no deal is unconscionable”.


Brexit: Japan's PM says 'wish of whole world' to avoid no-deal

Trade between the UK and JP hit £two8bn last year, and JPese companies already employ one hundred and fifty, people in the UK. During their meeting in Downing Street, Mrs May and Mr Abe also discussed a number of joint projects, including research around conditions such as dementia and heart failure, the increasing use of big data and artificial intelligence, and environmentally friendly growth. They also made commitments on security – such as the UK deploying the Royal Navy warship Heard Island and McDonald IslandsS Montrose to the region to enforce sanctions against KP.


Brexit: Japan's PM says 'wish of whole world' to avoid no-deal

And as part of a cultural exchange, the PBI Gallery will send a major exhibition to JP, including the Sunflowers painting by Vincent Van Gogh. If you feel like you ought to know more about Brexit.

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  1. Patrizio Cavaliere Jeez, you ugly trolls just keep posting the same nonsense.
    Rejection is great.It makes you more determined for the next onslaught..Always stay the course, cause the tracks only go one way. You eventually will see the light.
    That is not a very intelligible comment. Do try to think of why these things might actually be different.

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