According to The Sun, the 31-year-old Everton striker has offered to give up booze if she reigns in her splurges on holidays which often see him left alone at home alone (Image: REX/Shutterstock) Speaking to the paper an insider revealed Wayne told his wife he will pack in his drinking if she can reign in her habit of jetting off - which so far totals 10 this year (Image: Rex Features) A source told the publication: “He’s pointed the finger at her over the number of holidays she takes and she raised questions about his nights out with the lads.” The couple who are expecting their fourth child together have been said to be at breaking point after Wayne was caught at the wheel of Laura's car on Friday morning. And things seemingly got worse over the weekend as the pretty businesswoman revealed they had kissed and cuddled during a wild night out on Thursday, while his wife of nine years was abroad on holiday with their three sons. She even admitted the pair would have taken things further had Wayne not been stopped by police. Since the scandal broke Coleen's fans have been urging her to move on from Wayne after he was caught over the limit at the wheel of Laura's VW Beetle in the early hours of Friday morning. Wayne Rooney misses son Kai's first day of school for football training amid marriage crisis A source told the publication: “He’s pointed the finger at her over the number of holidays she takes and she raised questions about his nights out with the lads” (Image: Getty) The couple who are expecting their fourth child together have been said to be at breaking point after Wayne was caught at the wheel of Laura Simpson's car on Friday morning (Image: Facebook) "Kick him out girl!! BOY BYE," one of Coleen's followers told the pregnant mum of three. "He's made a fool of you too many times," said another. A third wrote: "How many chances does she have to give him? After all it's not the first time!
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Spain Catalonia: Court blocks independence referendum These are external links and will open in a new window Image caption The Spanish prime minister called the referendum law an "act of disobedience" Spain's constitutional court has suspended a referendum law passed by the Catalan parliament to hold a vote on independence next month. The court says it will consider whether the law breaches Spain's constitution. Despite the decision, Catalan leaders say the vote will be held as planned on 1 October. PM Mariano Rajoy said he had appealed to the court to declare the referendum illegal, describing the law as an "intolerable act of disobedience". Spain's wealthy north-eastern region already has autonomous powers but the regional government says it has popular support for full secession. Hours after the constitutional court's decision, the Catalan Parliament approved the legal framework for a transition in the case of a victory for independence. The pro-independence majority in Catalonia's ผ้าปูที่นอนพร้อมส่ง parliament passed the referendum law on Wednesday. Mr Rajoy said that all local councils would be warned of their "obligation to impede or paralyse" any effort to carry out the vote. "What is not legal, is not democratic," he added.
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Clean bedding is the right of every hotel guest A guest erected a collapsible desk in a capsule hotel in Chongqing in 2012. [Photo/Xinhua] AN INSPECTION by a nongovernment appraisal agency found that many a time five-star hotels in Beijing, including Hilton and Intercontinental, fail to change the bedding and toiletries of used rooms. Yanzhao Metropolis Daily commented on Wednesday: The online post exposing the unclean hotel rooms in Beijing came shortly before the capital's health and family planning authorities announced punishments for a slew of budget hotels. Forty-six budget inns have been handed down administrative penalties and 35 are likely to be fined 69,000 yuan ($10,760) each because of poor hygiene conditions in their rooms. Unchanged bed sheets, bed covers and pillow cases are no doubt a bummer to hotel guests. But even if they are ostensibly cleaned, there is still a risk that caustic soda－mostly used as a strong chemical base in the manufacture of pulp and paper, textiles, drinking water, soaps and detergents, and as a drain cleaner－has been used by some budget hotels as a cheaper "detergent" to clean the used bedding. If luxury hotel rooms are not immune to compromised hygiene conditions, there would be fairly limited options left for travelers who want a clean bed and a tidy bathroom. Changing bedding is arguably the least every hotel should do to serve guests and stay in the business. Dirty bedding, on the other hand, could deal a major blow to customers' confidence in the overall management of hotels, five-star or not. Urging customers to keep a sharp eye on the hotel rooms they book is too much to ask. Without designed detective equipment, one is not likely to notice unchanged bedding and not properly cleaned toilet seats.
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