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It’s time to look at back at a slightly warmer February than normal considering February 2018 brought us the Beast from the East. We’re not sure about you but February is a bit of blur to us and seemed to have flown past. Let’s take a look back:
It wouldn’t be February without bringing up #ValentinesDay. Of course this happens every February but it’s always over Twitter. We’d love to hear what you did this Valentines? Drop us a tweet on Twitter (@thehashtaghq).
The 2019 #BritAwards was held in February at the O2 arena. This years Brit’s was presented by Jack Whitehall. The stars flooded the red carpet this year and as always there was some eye-catching clothing on show. Big congratulations to all the winners! The BBC have kindly published a full list of winners if you want to see.
In February the #ChampionsLeague returned for the knockout stages. Being football it always causes plenty of chat and discussion on Twitter. In the knockout stages of course there is 2 legs, the second leg of these matches are set to take place in March. Let’s hope we see some English teams progress, with a couple of them already in a great position to progress.
At the end of February #DonaldTrump met with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un. Unfortunately the meeting ended without an agreement after the US refused North Korean demands for sanctions relief. It is hoped however that they will both resume talks in the future. We’re hopeful that an agreement can be found in the future.
In the world of boxing #JamesDeGale announced his retirement from boxing at the end of February. This came after his loss to Chris Eubank Jr. #JamesDeGale did hint that the match against Eubank would potentially force him into retirement if he was to lose. #JamesDeGale has been a great credit to the sport and of course we’re all proud of his triumph at the 2008 Olympic games where he won Gold. Enjoy your retirement!