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Netflix’s recommendation algorithm is pretty sophisticated these days, to the point where it can probably determine not only what you want to watch next, but what you’ll eat for breakfast 13 years on Wednesday and the thread count of your sheets. And yet, it still has a tendency to spit out some bizarre recommendations. Suggesting you follow The Boss Baby: Back in Business with Full Metal Jacket, for example, is presumably the result of a four-year-old relative having briefly taken charge of your account. Sometimes you just can’t beat a good old-fashioned human recommendation. So here’s a list of exclusively
 
In the air tonight
 
“Take a look at me now,” Phil Collins pleaded to open his concert at the Forum in Inglewood, California, USA, and that’s precisely what we’d come to do. The English singer’s first tour in more than a decade, Not Dead Yet (as he’s calling the production that stopped in Inglewood for its final North American date) is part of a surprising burst 
 
Boot camp
 
The 1980s may be one of the most divisive eras when it comes to style, but the decade has influenced a number of trends of late, from puffy shoulders to high waist jeans and power suits. In fact, almost all of the most popular styles today are courtesy of the decade, including the polarising trend for slouch boots. 
 
Cruelty in the name of
 
Baby dolphins are being abandoned to die alone as their families are being rounded up and their parents slaughtered in annual multi-million-pound hunt in Japan. Pods of the mammals are being captured off the coast in the six-month marine hunting season at Taiji, where the adults are either butchered for meat or sold on to aquariums
 
Managing a debilitating
 
Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is a lifelong autoimmune condition that affects the brain and the spinal cord, resulting in a wide range of symptoms that vary from person-to-person. Depending on the severity, MS can be debilitating, leading to problems with vision, balance and movement. While there is no cure, the disease can be treated 
 
 
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