There are a lot of newsworthy stories breaking across the globe and making the headlines that are splashed across the various news feeds and media.
Here are a few of the headlines that caught our attention this week.
2 News stories from around the world
#1 KFC runs out of chicken and is forced to close down outlets throughout the UK
One of the news headlines is the KGC debacle that has hit the UK when the famous fast food chain changed suppliers that failed to deliver chicken to some nine-hundred stores across the UK forcing them to have to close their doors as they ran out of chicken.Refusing to compromise on the quality of their chicken KFC rather closed their doors at some stores whilst others are operating on a limited menu.The crisis was blamed on their new delivery company, DHL, having “teething problems” in transporting and distributing the chicken nationwide.
The crisis escalated across the UK to such an extent that some people were calling the police to report the issue. This prompted the police department to tweet a message “It is not a police matter if your favorite eatery is not serving the menu that you desire”.
As DHL calmed the masses with a statement that they are taking “step-by-step” measures to improve their service and get the chicken delivered to ensure the reopening of their favorite KFC stores, KFC bosses flew into to London this week to attempt to help resolve the matter as quickly as possible.
#2 Sex robots are shocking the world as the all too real dolls hit the market
The advance in technology has seen the rise of many a sophisticated AI robotic instrument in industries such as car manufacturers, medical services to name but a few. These advancements have been industry and in some cases, life-changing.
But one AI robotic advancement that has rocked the world and is causing a lot of mixed responses is that of the advanced and really life-like sex robots.
With the widespread internet online dating and chat sites that have allowed for people from all over the globe to interact in various dating and or online sex acts society has had to come to terms with the new ways of the various courting rituals. This has led to many new laws and regulations that have had to be put into place.
But the introduction of sex robots has had professionals from various fields warn that these robots could lead to a whole new area of legal and moral dilemmas.
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We bring you some of the stories hitting the UK headlines this week as Britain braces for one of the coldest weeks of winter as temperatures drop to -14 degrees Celsius and Russia claiming their piles of snow a “record white-out”.
2 New stories headlining in the UK
#1 UK Braces for what is going to be the coldest 10 days of winter
The UK is wrapping up warmly as severe weather warnings hit the news headlines.With the influence of high pressure moving in from Scandinavia the weather is expected to drop below the -14 C mark this week. With snowfall predicted across central Britain and possibly from Tuesday night into Wednesday in the South East.
As these freezing conditions arrive from Scandinavia predictions of heavy rains, sleet, hail, snow and possible blizzards have been broadcast from the weathers stations.Health warnings have bee issued from both local governments and charities of the risk of heart attacks in the elderly. As the statistics show that there was an average of 34300 winter deaths during the winter of 2016 and 2017.
#2 7 Swans from the Queens flock at Windsor have died of suspected bird flu
With the fear of the virus spreading scientist scramble to run tests on the dead birds that make up ten percent of the queen’s flock.
With the awaited results of the test expected this week as a saddened Official Swan Marker David Barber issued a statement to the press expressing their heartache at the loss of these beautiful birds. David Barber is currently in charge of the age-old tradition of taking the yearly swan census. By tradition, all the mute swans, which are the most common ones found in Britain, found on open waters within the UK are owned by the Crown.
The H5N6 virus, its official name being Avian Influenza A, and have been known to infect humans as well as birds.The World Health Organization reported seeing at least 17 cases of this virus, ten of which were fatal.
Bird keepers have been warned to follow protocol and stick to the strict biosecurity measures called for in this situation.
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