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25-Jul-2019

Published by Time Inc. (UK) Ltd Chat is the most outrageous, inspiring, emotional real life title around. Packed with astonishing true stories, big prize puzzles and loads more, it's your unmissable women's weekly. Whether it's tear-jerking tales of triumph over tragedy, the most heart-warming pictures or the best of bonkers Britain, all human life is here. Beyond the rollercoaster ride of true stories, Chat is also jam-packed full of your favourite puzzles with big cash prizes, the canniest bargain shopping features, health advice you can trust, readers' tips, the latest telly news and loads more.

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TI-Media
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welcome to this week’s chat...

When sick rumours started swirling about the new man in town, it lead to his murder. Did a vigilante want David dead? (p14). Proud mum Karen found an incredible way to remember her son Ben when he passed away (p62). Her message is an inspiration to us all. And Angel has stumbled across a rather stinky way of earning a living. But when you read how it’s changed her life, you might be tempted too! (p24). As well as your usual favourite puzzles, fashion, beauty, health, telly and more, we’ve got some easy bakes for summer picnics (p29) and pretty plates to pop them on (p27)! Now all we need is more sunshine...…

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chat to us!

Here's my 18-month-old daughter Lara making a new friend on holiday in Mallorca! She was totally thrilled to see the dolphins… Lucy Cocker, Stockport On a recent holiday to the South West, my mum Maureen and I loved visiting Exeter Cathedral. It was very impressive. Esther Newton, Newbury Here I am one sunny day on a trip to Malaga on Spain's gorgeous Costa del Sol, enjoying my favourite magazine! I can't go anywhere without it - especially on a lovely holiday! Janet Dandy, Burnley This is our beloved rescue dog, Luna. She was abandoned in a box at just 4 weeks old, but she's now loving her new life with us! Isn't she perfect? Sandra Allatt, Basingstoke I got to feed this gorgeous red panda at the Birmingham Wildlife Conservation Park. He was so beautiful, I really…

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remember this face

Katie MacKinnon, 34, Perth As I gulped a glass of wine, I sobbed on my neighbour’s shoulder. ‘I just can’t face Christmas alone,’ I wept to her. He seemed to get a real kick out of inflicting pain It was December 2010 and I’d just broken up with my partner of 12 years. Depressed, heartbroken, I was lower than I’d ever been. I felt alone and miserable. Just then, a good-looking young man walked through the front door. It was my neighbour’s son. ‘Hi, I’m Stefan,’ he smiled. ‘Don’t mind me,’ I said, drying my eyes. ‘I’m being daft.’ Grabbing a glass himself, Stefan joined me and his mum for a drink. Soon, my heartbreak was long forgotten. Stefan was so charming, it didn’t matter that he was 17 and I was 25. He was gorgeous, and I couldn’t help but get lost…

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blimey!

Sew clever To recycle an old towelling dressing gown, cut out a rectangle and sew into a pocket-shape to make a wash mitt. I jazzed mine up with a little heart motif, as well! Helen Cameron, London Scrub up Got a worn out toothbrush? Don't throw it away - it's great for cleaning hard-to-reach areas, such as around taps and any little nooks and crannies! Laura Lennard, Aylesbury Just add water Put a few drops of water in the bottom of a tea-light holder before lighting the candle. It keeps the wax from sticking to the sides, and you can remove the candle and use your holders again and again. Jade Davies, Billingham Get a grip! Cut a piece of rubber hosepipe lengthways, then put it over the handles of your plastic carrier bags. Makes toting heavy groceries so much…

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‘i wish that he’d killed me!’

Gabrielle Myers, 29 Arriving at my mate’s house party, I felt a double dose of excitement. Not only was there a night of fun and games to enjoy, but he’d also just got a new dog – an American pit bull called Caine. As an animal lover, I couldn’t wait to meet him. It was 11 June 2017, and my friend already had a pit bull called Clyde. I knew that the breed had a reputation for violence (it is illegal in the UK but not all parts of the US, where I live), but I wasn’t convinced. I just didn’t believe any pup was born bad. Besides, I’d known Clyde for four years – he was friendly and playful. Plus I had two dogs of my own and one of them – Chevy – was a…

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death of a monster

As police officers opened the door to the flat, they were confronted by a gruesome scene. A 54-year-old man was dead in his home in New Tredegar, South Wales. His body was covered in wounds, including his neck, skull and both eyes. He’d been brutally stabbed 176 times, and his fingernails had been cut off. But the victim was no stranger to brutality himself. His name was David Gaut – and back in 1995, aged 21, he’d murdered his girlfriend’s 15-month-old son while he was babysitting. The baby had died of multiple injuries, including a broken arm, injured liver and spleen and a fractured skull. Though Gaut had tried to make it look like an accident, at Cardiff Crown Court, he was convicted of the toddler’s murder and given a life sentence. He was released on parole…

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