Dr Amir Khan pleaded with the public 'to be mindful' of potentially dangerous messages circulating on social media. Dr Amir Khan has warned the public 'to be mindful' after Kate Garraway revealed she was sent a suspicious Covid warning message on WhatsApp. Kate revealed that she was sent the message, pretending to be an official message from the NHS, as she spoke to Dr Amir on Good Morning Britain, alongside her regular co-host Ben Shephard. It looks like it is from the NHS but there's something about it that doesn't look official as well.
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Families will be living apart from modern technology and busy traffic in an undisclosed location. Producers are on the hunt for families who would like 'a break from their ordinary life and step into a simpler world'. The brand-new series is due to air on Channel 4 and producers are keen to hear from families, couples, singletons of all ages. Not much information about the show has been revealed. But producers say people will be living apart from the internet, traffic jams and television. Find things to do with the kids near you , powered by In Your Area. Email producers your name, age and contact number, and briefly say why you would like to live a simpler life.
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Stand-up favourite Nish will perform his new show, Control, next February. Nish will take to the stage on February 2, and tickets for the show will go on sale next week. Nish has achieved huge success on the stand-up circuit with five rave reviewed solo stand-up shows at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, two of which have been nominated for the prestigious Comedy Award for Best Show in both and Alongside stand-up, Nish is a frequent voice and face across both television and radio.
Princes Quay Shopping Centre is reportedly set to come under new ownership after an April 1 purchase by the company which bought The Welly nightclub. Aaron Mellor, who founded Tokyo Industries in , announced that his company had purchased the shopping centre at Hull Marina in a Facebook post on Friday evening. The move would be an interesting departure for Tokyo Industries, which describes itself on its website as a "forward thinking chain of deliberately unbranded music venues" and has a portfolio that includes some of the countries most iconic nightclubs. Hull's The Welly, in Beverley Road, recently joined that list after devastating fans last year with the announcement that it would be closing for good, but was saved by the news in March that Tokyo Industries would be stepping in to buy the venue.