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Best new dating apps in UK

Dating apps is thiese days are most popular way to find your soulmate. Fast pace of life makes us search fast ways to find your love of life.

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Dating apps is thiese days are most popular way to find your soulmate. Fast pace of life makes us search fast ways to find your love of life. Now dating online is popular not only between younger people, but as statistic shows up more and more people over 50 search dating partner on dating websites.

Most of dating apps are worldwide, lets see which of thiese are popular in UK.

  • Dating app ys.lt was created for Lithuania people to find date partner in UK. Most of people emigrated to this country so this dating app at first was purpose to them. But soon it becomes worldwide. UK people also start useing it. Soon people from Thailand, Brazil, Turkey, Russia, USA start download and use it. Free memberships as a gift from Admins, free credits attracked people more and more.
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Ireland votes to end abortion ban

After counting all votes in the referendum in Ireland on Friday, 66.4% The Irish vote voted to abolish abortion and 33.6% voters voted against, informs BBC broadcaster.

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DUBLIN — Ireland voted decisively to repeal one of the world’s more restrictive abortion bans, sweeping aside generations of conservative patriarchy and dealing the latest in a series of stinging rebukes to the Roman Catholic Church.

After counting all votes in the referendum in Ireland on Friday, 66.4% The Irish vote voted to abolish abortion and 33.6% voters voted against, informs BBC broadcaster.

Activity was higher since 2015

It was confirmed that voter turnout was record high, amounting to 64.51%. The activity in this referendum was higher than in the 2015 referendum on same-sex marriages. The referendum was asked: to leave or to repeal Article 40.3.3 of the Constitution, known as the Eighth Amendment to the Constitution of Ireland.

 

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Bessie Camm – The oldest woman in Britain died

„My life as a nurse was good, but I did not repeat it. Even for all tea in China, „said a woman.

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In 1926, B. Camm, the 10th oldest man in the world, gained a nursing qualification and worked in this area for a lifetime. She was married to John Cammo just before the Second World War, but they did not give birth to their children. The man died in 1972.

 

Bessie Camm – The oldest woman in Britain

„My life as a nurse was good, but I did not repeat it. Even for all tea in China, „said a woman.

Once they asked what a long life recipe was, Mr Camm replied: „Hard work, dating with good people and good food.“

As published on the Oldest in Britain website, now in the oldest Britain, a person is in Felixstow, in the county of Suffolk, living in Olive Evelyn Boar, who is 113 and 231 days old.

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The list of the richest UK singers

The richest UK singer is still the legendary former Beatles member, Sir Paul McCartney, who last year earned £ 40 million. He and his wife, Nancy Shevell, are valued at £ 820 million.

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E. Sheeran’s star appears at a meteoric pace after his career breakthrough in 2011. However, he still has a lot to do to catch up with Adele, who is considered the richest British young singer. Her assets are valued at £ 140 million. Over the years, its assets have increased by £ 15 million. And her 25th album last year was still one of the best-selling ever released in 2015.

In the meantime, the One Direction group, which has gained its inspirational popularity in 2016 to make a longer break of activity, seems to be really not hurt by its pockets. Harry Styles and Niallo Horan’s assets increased last year by £ 10 and £ 6 million, respectively.

The richest UK singer

The richest UK singer is still the legendary former Beatles member, Sir Paul McCartney, who last year earned £ 40 million. He and his wife, Nancy Shevell, are valued at £ 820 million.

The second place is Lord Andrew Lloyd-Webber with £ 740 million, while in the third place, U2 with £ 569 million.

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