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Mum-of-22 Sue Radford’s New York Christmas trip hit with another huge setback which could end up costing a bomb

YESTERDAY we saw mum-of-22 Sue Radford jet off to New York with three of her daughters for a festive trip.

While their holiday got off to a bumpy start, with the family missing their connection and almost missing another flight, it appears that things have gone from bad to worse.

Mum-of-22 Sue Radford’s surprise Christmas trip to New York has been hit with another huge setback, as they arrived at the JFK Airport, to realise that their luggage was still in Heathrow
But the family didn’t let this get them down and headed off on a shopping trip to search for clothes and toiletries
Sue shared a variety of images and videos of the family exploring New York as they went shopping and looked at Christmas lights

Sue later took to her Instagram account to reveal that upon arriving in New York, for their festive trip that was booked as a surprise by her husband Noel, the family were hit with another huge setback. 

When Sue Radford, along with three of her daughters, touched down in the United States, at the JFK Airport, they got off the flight to find that their luggage was still in Heathrow. 

But this meant only one thing – a shopping trip.

Sue explained: “Not one suitcase came off the conveyor, they are all still in Heathrow.

“So first stop, buying new clothes and toiletries”.

Although the family have had a bit of a rough start to their December trip, mum of Britain’s largest family and her daughters haven’t let it get them down. 

Sue and her husband Noel are parents to Chris, 32, Sophie, 27, Chloe, 26, Jack, 24, Daniel, 22, Luke, 21, Millie, 20, Katie, 19, James, 18, Ellie, 16, Aimee, 15, Josh, 14, Max, 12, Tillie, 11, Oscar, 10, Casper, nine, Hallie, six, Phoebe, five, Archie, four, Bonnie, three, and Heidie, one.

Sadly the couple’s 17th child Alfie was still born on July 6, 2014.

The family famously doesn’t rely on benefits and is supported by their pie shop business.

The Radfords, who live in a 10-bed former care home, often show off their millionaire lifestyle on Instagram.

Sue later posted some pictures and videos to her Instagram stories, as they drove around the big city, looking at high-rise buildings, designer shops and Christmas lights.

Their first stop, which was recommended by many of their fans, was the Dyker Heights Christmas Lights tour. 

The Dyker Heights Christmas Lights 2022 display has become one of the best New York attractions during the holiday season.

The streets were flooded with tourists admiring the beautiful Christmas trees and decorations, as the family stopped to watch thee stunning light display.

After stopping to buy toiletries and clothes for their trip, they then headed off to their hotel.

After a quick freshen up, the family were out again to look at more Christmas displays in a New York neighbourhood.

Sue was left very impressed at the dazzling display, as she said: “Wow, just wow”.

The festive spirit was certainly in the air as families gathered in the streets to look at the beautiful lights.

The Brooklyn neighbourhood is home to the most over-the-top Christmas light decorations with life-sized Santas, sleighs, snowmen and some houses even play Christmas carols from loudspeakers.


Sue was stunned at New York’s beautiful displays[/caption]


The family watched the Dyker Heights Christmas Lights tour[/caption]


They then headed to a local neighbourhood to look at more festive lights[/caption]

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First pic of Scots driver, 22, killed in horror crash as cops hunt pick-up truck owner

A MAN who died in a horror two-car crash in Balloch has been named by police.

Louis Hall, 22, sadly passed away after his black Ford Fiesta collided with a black Ford Focus with a trailer on the A82.


Louis Hall died in the crash on the A82 last month[/caption]


It happened near the Stoneymollan roundabout[/caption]

Emergency crews raced to the scene near the Stoneymollan roundabout on Thursday, November 24.

Officers also scrambled to the area after receiving reports of the smash at around 6.45pm.

Louis, from Alexandria, was tragically pronounced dead at the scene.

Cops have launched a probe into the fatal smash and are looking for the owner of a pick-up truck.

Police have said that the driver of the vehicle is thought to have been in the area at the time and may have saw the crash.

They have also urged anyone who may have seen anything, or anyone who may know something, to come forward and speak with officers.

They are particularly keen to speak with anyone who may have dashcam footage of the area from the time of the crash.

Sergeant Archie McGuire said: “Our thoughts remain with the family and friends of Louis.

“As part of our investigation, we have now established that a pick up style vehicle may have been in the area at the time and we are keen to speak to the driver, he or she may have witnessed the crash.

“I would like to thank the public for their assistance so far.

“But I would continue to appeal to anyone who witnessed the crash to call Police Scotland 101, quoting incident number 2738 of Thursday, 24 November, 2022.”

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Arsenal interested in shock Yunus Musah transfer return as Mikel Arteta sends scouts to watch USA World Cup star

ARSENAL are interested in re-signing USA’s World Cup star Yunus Musah and sent scouts out to Qatar to watch him, according to reports.

The 20-year-old American was allowed to leave the Gunners back in 2019 after seven years at the Hale End academy.


Yunus Musah impressed for USA at the World Cup[/caption]

He departed North London to join Valencia where he has begun to impress for the LaLiga outfit.

Central midfielder Musah has scored five goals and provided three assists in 81 appearances for Gennaro Gattuso’s side, but it is at the World Cup where he has caught the eye once more.

He was one of USA‘s best-performing players in Qatar as they drew with Wales and England and beat Iran to reach the last-16.

They were eventually eliminated by Holland in the second round, losing 3-1 to Louis van Gaal’s men.

But Musah’s displays have not gone unnoticed as Fabrizio Romano claims Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta sent scouts out to the Middle East to watch their former player – with Inter Milan also keeping tabs on him.

The transfer expert told CBS: “Yunus Musah is also in the list of Premier League clubs.

“Arsenal recently sent their scouts to monitor him, but there are also other Premier League giants well informed on the Valencia midfielder.

“Inter Milan are interested too, but the price tag could be too high for them in January.


“Of course, Musah could leave Valencia between January and June.”

Born in New York, Musah played for England at every age group level up to U18.

He then declared for USA in 2020 – where he has already received 23 caps.

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Towie’s Amy Childs in worrying pregnancy update as she tells fans she feared she’d pass out

AMY Childs was left concerned last night as she felt like she was going to pass out while at dinner.

The star, who is currently pregnant with twins, begged her followers for advice after falling unwell and being forced to leave the restaurant.

Amy Childs feared she was going to pass out while at dinner
The mum-of-two is currently pregnant with twins

Amy, 32, told her fans:  “I was at dinner and all of a sudden I felt like I was going to pass out, room was spinning, felt really dizzy. Has anyone had this in pregnancy?

“I had to leave my food and come straight home. Never in my pregnancies have I felt like this.”

This morning she updated fans and reassured them she was going to seek medical help.

She said: “Thank you for all your messages. I think it’s my bloody pressure, going to get it checked today.”

Last month Amy and boyfriend Billy Delbosq revealed they were expecting a baby boy and girl.

Before popping their gender reveal balloons, Amy mused: Amy saying: “It would be lovely, a boy and a girl, or two girls, my dream!”

Mum-to-be Amy revealed she was pregnant with twins at the end of October.

Amy is already mum to Polly, five, and Ritchie, four, from previous relationships.

The flame-haired star revealed the exciting news to OK! magazine, saying: “I’m still in shock.”

She added: “I promise you now, I didn’t want any more children. When I met Bill I thought, ‘Do you know what, I’ll have one more.’ We are so excited – it’s going to be absolutely amazing.”

Opening up on discovering the shock news, she said: “It was a massive surprise. Even just finding out that I was pregnant and being told the news, I didn’t know whether to laugh or cry.”


She is expecting a boy and a girl with boyfriend Billy[/caption]

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CROATIA go into this afternoon’s game with Japan as the favourites to reach the World Cup quarter finals.

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You can finally fix your own iPhone without going to Apple Store

APPLE is finally letting Brits repair their own iPhones for the very first time.

The tech giant has always asked that iPhone owners get repairs from authorised tech experts – but that’s all changed from today.


Apple will finally let you repair your own iPhone at home[/caption]

Apple began letting regular customers make their own repairs in the US earlier this year.

And it’s now available as a service in the UK and Europe from today.

It means you can avoid paying costly labour fees for someone to repair your iPhone.

But it’s not for tech novices: most people will be much safer going to an Apple Store, or another authorised repair outlet.

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If you’re tech savvy and dead-set on repairing your own device, Apple has lots of support for you.

With Self Service Repair, you’ll be able to access official repair manuals, genuine Apple parts and tools, as well as rebates for the return of any replaced parts.

“We believe the best technology for our customers and for the planet is technology that lasts, which is why we design our products to be durable and rarely require maintenance or repair,” said Jeff Williams, Apple’s chief operating officer.

“But when a repair is needed, we want customers to have many options for safe, reliable, and secure repair.

“That’s why we’re excited to launch Self Service Repair in Europe, giving our customers direct access to genuine Apple parts, tools, and manuals.”

The first step is to review the online repair manual for your device.

Then you can order the parts and tools that you need.

You’ll enter a unique code from the repair manual to show that you’d had a look at it.

And then select which bits you actually need.

For the tools, there’s a rental option (for free) – in case you don’t want to fork out full price. A full purchase costs £54.90.

But you’ll have to pay a final fee for the replacement parts, because they obviously can’t be rented.

Once your gear has arrived, you’ll repair your device.

If you’ve rented a tool set then you’ll have seven days to get this done.

There’s also an option to use your own tools for this.

Finally, return any parts that you’ve placed. You’ll get a rebate if you do this, so definitely consider it.

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Bear in mind that most iPhone owners should just take their devices to the nearest Apple Store if in need of repair.

But if you’re technically minded and want a challenge (and to save some money), you could consider repairing your own device.

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Over 30% of youngsters could have aided online criminals or fraudsters without knowing it

ALMOST six in 10 young adults would be open to making a bit of extra cash by accepting money into their bank account and transferring it on to someone else without being aware of where it came from – despite money laundering being illegal.

The study of 1,000 18-30-year-olds found 32% could have unknowingly engaged in this activity known as ‘money muling’.


Fifteen per cent of pollsters didn’t actually know what money laundering was[/caption]

This type of fraud is being disguised as job adverts online offering an easy way to make quick money, where they keep a ‘commission’ after sending the funds elsewhere.

However, 78% of all respondents have no idea what a money mule is and a quarter think it is someone who tops up cash machines with money.

While 59% were not aware this type of activity could be illegal.

Another 15% believe money laundering either involves putting money through the washing machine or hanging it out to dry.

Figures from fraud body Cifas shows there have been 18,626 cases linked to money mule activity from under 30’s so far this year, accounting for 62% of all cases.

The research was commissioned by NatWest to raise awareness of money muling – which sees their ‘honest job ad’ run across social media starring Perri Kiely as a ‘recruiter’ advertising the perks of being a money mule – showing the realities the criminals behind them don’t want you to know.

Stuart Skinner, fraud and scam expert at the bank, said: “Now more than ever, everyone is becoming more mindful of money, which is put under even more pressure by the increased outgoings during the festive season.

“We want to help young people be safe when it comes to their finances and make sure they are aware of the dangers that unfortunately exist in our society through money-muling and online scammers, so they know what to look out for.”

Four in 10 (39%) young adults have been targeted by ‘quick money’ job ads on social media with 74% seeing an increase in these type of adverts in the last two years.

And of those, 91% said the number they see has more than doubled.

But the survey shows many young people are totally unaware of the consequences of acting as a money mule.

Nearly eight in 10 (79%) didn’t know you can go to prison and 81% didn’t realise you would no longer be able to get a bank account.

While 89% had no idea you would no longer be able to take out a phone contract if caught.

With 59% of young people feeling the pinch as they struggle to afford Christmas presents, the concern is they will be more easily drawn in by fraudulent ‘easy money’ schemes.

And 87% of these said they would be open to ways to make some extra cash to help fund their outgoings during the festive season.

Exactly four in 10 polled via OnePoll also said due to the cost-of-living crisis, they would be more open to opportunities they see online to make a bit of extra cash.

Perri Kiely, who also features in billboard-style posters showing some of the realities money mules could face if convicted, said: “It’s hard not to be tempted by the offer of quick cash and these types of ads which play on the supposed opportunity to make a little extra money – particularly during what are harder times for many people – are something I see all the time on my social media.

“Being part of this very honest job ad has taught me that, as the saying goes, if it sounds too good to be true, then it probably is.

“We all need to be watchful for the signs and educate ourselves and everyone around us about how to avoid them.”

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Man Utd ‘OUT of Jude Bellingham transfer race’ with Dortmund ‘fine’ at prospect of losing England World Cup star in 2023

MANCHESTER UNITED will NOT sign Jude Bellingham in the summer, according to reports.

The England international, 19, has lit up the World Cup so far with sensational performances against Iran and Senegal.


Jude Bellingham has produced incredible performances for England at the World Cup[/caption]

He is being heavily linked with a move away from Borussia Dortmund in the summer.

But according to Sky Germany, he will NOT be completing a transfer to Old Trafford.

Earlier this season, Erik ten Hag’s men were thought to be in the race to sign the teenage prodigy.

However, they are now not believed to be in the running to acquire his signature come the end of the season.

Liverpool, Real Madrid and Manchester City are the three frontrunners to acquire Bellingham.

And Reds boss Jurgen Klopp has made the England midfielder his No1 summer target.

But Liverpool will have to pay up a huge fee if they are to secure his services.

Dortmund’s price tag for their superstar captain is now thought to be between £86-129million.


Prior to the World Cup he had already been having a breathtaking season, with nine goals and three assists in 22 appearances.

And his supreme displays in Qatar have only increased his value ahead of the second half of the domestic campaign.

Bellingham, who joined Dortmund from Birmingham in 2020, will remain with the Bundesliga giants until the end of the season.

They are still in the Champions League and will face Chelsea in the last-16.

But Europe’s giants all expect him to depart come the summer – and Real Madrid and Man City are preparing to hijack Liverpool’s bid.

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I’m a mum-of-nine, my kids eat so much I’ve had to build a supermarket in my cellar

HAVING children will pull at any parents’ purse strings and the more they grow, the more money you’ll spend. 

If you’re a mum or dad, you’ll know how fast kids can hoover up your food, use up household essentials like loo roll and shower gel and fill a wash basket full of laundry. 

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Jamerrill’s underground grocery store helps feed her nine hungry kids[/caption]

One mum has got it harder than most with an incredible nine children to care for. 

Jamerrill Stewart from the US happily shares how she supports her family-of-11. 

To make food shopping and meal prep less of a stress, she’s built a full-on supermarket underneath her house. 

In a recent YouTube video, she gave her loyal followers a very special tour. 

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She captioned the 40-minute clip: “By long-awaited request. I’m finally getting around to giving you the full tour of the growing grocery store in my basement!

“This is a large family food storage tour. Don’t be scared. I’m a mom of 9. I feed my large family of 11 all day, every day. We work from home, homeschool, and serve up about 84 meals and 60 snacks for 11 people a month (that’s over 920 meal-time servings and over 660 snack servings a month!). 

“I hope you enjoy today’s building a grocery store in my basement tour!”

Jamerrill regularly shares her meal prep and bulk freezer recipes online – as well as her monster shopping trips. 

But what lies beneath her home is astonishing.

“You’re going to see a lot of tomato products,” she warns, standing in front of a refrigerated shelf. “I’ll use 15 to 20 cans for a chilli – I do big stock pots and many other mega-mumma recipes with all this food in here.” 

Jamerrill leads viewers around her impressive cellar, where floor-to-ceiling shelves hold stacks of tinned meat and vegetables, jam, sauce and seasoning. 

She brings the oldest items to the front of the shelf, to make sure nothing goes to waste. 

The mum shows off her tinned shelf, and explains her labelling process along with sandwich-making for a family of 11. 

“We can take a whole stack of bread and make 22 sandwiches with peanut butter and jelly – and they last in the car for hours,” she explains. 

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She also has a whole shelf of bulk-bought apple sauce, and at least 60 cans of chicken chunks ready for mealtime. 

Among multiple cans of hotdogs, mushrooms and soup are towers of baked beans stacked precariously right up to the ceiling. 

“The beans are deep and wide,” she exclaims, zooming in on her collection. “If I’m doing soups or chilli I can use 15 cans easily.”

There’s at least 15 pots of mustard, hundreds of ziplock food bags and over 100 toilet rolls. 

“I have a whole big shelf at the bottom dedicated to baby items and there’s diapers up here in the paper plate section,” she says, holding up endless stacks of paper plates. “But believe me, this is highly, highly organised.”

There’s an easy way for Jamerrill to know if she needs to top up on any items. 

“If the shelf is empty, it’s empty,” she states. “I’ve probably got about 12 bottles of hand soap, and a box of extra toothbrushes and toothpaste.

“I’m also freeze-drying my own food and my leftovers,” she reveals. “I’ve learned some things. We have a good pantry storage amount of fruits and vegetables, soups, salmon, chicken, tuna and spices, coffee, vinegar and peanut butter – we roll through that.”

For anyone with a big family, Jamerrill is certainly an inspiration. 

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She has shelves full of tinned produce and a surplus of apple sauce[/caption]

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Jamerrill can use up to 15 tins of baked beans at one time[/caption]

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I’m a parenting expert & sleep pro – the ‘rule of threes’ that tells you when your toddler is REALLY ready for a big bed

YOUR toddler looks like they’re fast outgrowing their cot bed – but how can you be sure they’re ready for a big bed?

Well, according to parenting and sleep expert Lucy Wolfe, there are three boxes you need to check first.


How can you tell if your child is ready to go from their cot or cot bed to a “big bed”?[/caption]

Lucy opened up to Zoe Blaskey on The Motherkind Podcast as part of their Toddler Milestone Series with Baby Annabell.

“For me, if at all possible, I try and avoid the transition to the big bed until perhaps I have the rule of threes,” Lucy said.

“And it is this.

“I love the idea that your child is older than three, because developmentally we know that they are able to process the information and not only process the information but see it through.

“So impulse control – I ask you to do something and maybe you’re able to do it.

“Whereas often before 2.5 or 3, I ask them to do it, they understand what I’ve said but they can’t necessarily see it through.

“For example, stay in the garden, don’t go out the gate, hold my hand, don’t touch the hot surface.

“That skill starts to manifest closer to 2.5/3, so again I’m might then say ‘Stay in your bed, don’t get out’, is more manageable for a slightly older child.

“So I like the idea that they might be over three.”

Next, Lucy likes the idea that the child is nap free.

“So I’ve no more naps so I don’t need to worry about trying to wrestle them into a bed in the middle of the day,” she said.

And her third rule is that the child is nappy free.

“The reason behind that is, now I really know, you’ve got an instruction and you can see it through,” she continued.

“You’ve learned how to wait so if I said, ‘wait, i’m going to go to the bathroom, I’m going to go away and then I’m going to come back and check on you’, I know that they’ve learned that skill because they’re toilet trained as well.

“That’s my ideal setting because then I feel it can be a much smoother transition.”

But that’s not to say that you can’t transition your child before the age of three.

Lucy said she’s had clients’ children around 18 months who were alreayd sleeping in a big bed.

However, if a younger child is becoming “unsafe” around their cot, Lucy finds herself getting “curious” about the reasons why.

And if they aren’t ticking her “rule of threes” checklist, she tries to investigate that.

“I might stay with them and teach them how to be in the cot one more time,” she added.