KLEENEX is scrapping its “Mansize” tissues branding after consumers complained that it is sexist.

The company said it is changing the name of the tissues to “Kleenex Extra Large” following feedback from customers.

Kleenex For Men first launched in 1956 with the claim that they would “stay strong when wet”.

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FAMILIES of the 22 people murdered at the Manchester Arena suicide bombing will have to wait at least another year before inquests into the deaths of their loved ones are held.

Coroner Sir John Saunders said it will be another 12 months before the inquests are held and the “answers” the families want are given.

The High Court judge spoke at a pre-inquest review hearing at Manchester Town Hall, attended by around 20 family members of the victims.

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WOMEN in the UK are being failed when it comes to diagnosing ovarian cancer in comparison with other countries, a charity has warned.

Target Ovarian Cancer said UK women are waiting longer than average for a diagnosis – 30 per cent are diagnosed within a month compared with 43 per cent globally – while two-thirds are diagnosed once the cancer has already spread.

The figures come from the World Ovarian Cancer Coalition’s Every Woman Study – the largest ever global review of the experiences of more than 1,500 women with ovarian cancer from 44 countries.

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