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Former UK PM Cameron slams Indian-origin minister Patel in memoirs



LONDON: Broken-down British High Minister David Cameron has slammed the UK’s senior-most Indian-origin Cupboard minister, Priti Patel, alongside High Minister Boris Johnson and other prominent leaders who backed Brexit within the lead up to the June 2016 referendum.

In his memoir ‘For The Myth‘, Cameron makes a withering assault on a pair of of his former Conservative Birthday party colleagues who he stated timid and betrayed him of their assaults on his then executive.

He singles out Patel, who used to be an employment minister in his Cupboard on the time and also the Indian Diaspora Champion, for her assaults over his executive’s immigration policies.

“It used to be the behaviour of the employment minister, Patel, that timid me most,” says Cameron in his e-book, which is serialised in ‘The Sunday Cases’.

“She archaic every announcement, interview and speech to hammer the manager on immigration, even supposing she used to be portion of that executive. I used to be stuck, though: unable to fireside she, as a consequence of that will assemble her a Brexit martyr,” he stated.

Patel, for the time being regarded as one of the most frontline Cupboard ministers as UK dwelling secretary, used to be a prominent Brexiteer and member of the Leave marketing campaign, which used to be led by Johnson and Cupboard minister Michael Gove. She had made a sequence of speeches staunch by contrivance of the referendum marketing campaign calling for a visa regime that did no longer favour the European Union (EU) over migrants from non-EU international locations cherish India.

Cameron blames the whole Leave camp of stirring up a “cauldron of toxicity” with lies referring to the facts and figures around immigration and what the UK’s membership of the EU cost Britain.

He writes: “While we trust been asserting membership of the EU used to be worth GBP 4,300 to each and every family, the creep away campaigners claimed Britain used to be spending GBP 350 million a week on it. On Would possibly 11 [2016] they unveiled their liveried battle bus, emblazoned with the phrases, ‘We send the EU £350 million a week. Let’s fund our NHS instead’.


Remove Holi Colours Without Harming Your Skin with these tips



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Holi is one festival that everyone both loves and hates . We love it ,because of all the amazing colours that it brings to our lives and we hate it when our skin gets all those rashes ,after trying to take colours off . Well before you again resolve to not play Holi the next year . Here are some simple life hacks that you can use to easily get rid of those stubborn holi colours .

While Holi is an extremely joyous and playful festival the colour that is used is sometimes deangerous and harmfull to your skin .

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1.Gramflour and Curd: To remove colour from hairs ,keep a mixure of curds and besan in aaamla(aamla has to be soaked in a water one night before) and wash it .After applying this, shampoo your hair . The colour from your hair will easily come out

2.Banana and Milk : Make a paste of banana and milk .Now add some honey to it and mix well . Apply this mixture on your head and leave it till it dries This will easily remove colour from your hairs

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3.Fenugreek (Methi) seeds:   Mix fenugreek seeds in curd and keep it overnighty .Apply this mixture on your head and leave it for half  hour .After washing it shampoo your hair .The colour will come out easily

4.Multani Mitti : Use this pack on your face and keep it till it dries . It helps in removing colours . You can also apply the pack of lemon juice and curd on your skin and then wash it after 20 mint . It helps in removing strong colours from your skin.

5.Gramflour and Cream: Mix Gramflour, oil and cream and make a paste of it . apply it on your skin and wash it after it gets dry .

*Always apply coconut or mustard oil before playing colours on your skin

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