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  • No one can believe what Katie Hopkins has said about migrants now

    Unsurprisingly it’s made a lot of people angry, including Piers Morgan, Russell Brand and Matt Lucas who all stepped in to say so on Twitter. Adding: “Make no mistake, these migrants are like cockroaches. This is how it went down on Twitter.

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  • Fish and chip shop owner 'gutted' at sign refusal

    A restaurant owner has vowed he will fight to keep a controversial new shop sign in place despite being refused planning permission. Martin Legg, owner of Smiths Fish and Chips in Epping High Street, received a letter on Monday (April 13) informing him that Epping Forest District Council had denied a planning application for the new sign. The large blue-and-white sign was installed in December, replacing one that had been in place since 1966 when Mr Legg’s grandfather opened the restaurant. Mr Legg had applied for retrospective permission after receiving a complaint about the size of the sign.

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  • Chilean Government Confirms UFO Was 'Not Made By Man'

    Jose Lay of CEFAA said, 'People in that area are well aware of the existence presence of drones.  In a preliminary report based on image analysis in July 2014, CEFAA experts formally classified the object as unidentified, saying, 'Witnesses were left with the impression the object was being controlled.

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  • New Search for ‘Power-Hungry’ Aliens Finds Weird Blips Outside Our Galaxy

    Astronomers are trialling a new technique which could find alien civilisations many times more advanced than our own - similar to the space-faring races seen in Star Trek and Star Wars. Instead of hunting planets which astronomers think might be suitable for life, the Penn State University team are looking for civilisations so hi-tech they are draining energy from their own stars. The theory is based on the idea that very advanced civilisations would need huge amounts of energy - and would build huge ‘spheres’ of solar panels around stars to capture it.

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  • Kate Middleton Pregnancy Outfits: Duchess Of Cambridge Baby Bump Style In Pictures (29 photos)

    K Mid’s maternity wardrobe may not be full of cutting-edge fashion, but the Duchess does know how to dress her bump with panache. She’s famous for recycling looks and mixing high street bargains with designer pieces that flatter her bump. From Jenny Packham

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  • Britney Spears calls weight critic 'f***ing a**hole' on stage

    Britney Spears was quick to hit back at a critic who labelled her a "fat b*tch" during one of her Las Vegas shows.

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  • Formula 1 - Qualifying goes 'pear-shaped' for Rosberg

    "It just went wrong because I was thinking about the race too much," the Mercedes driver told reporters after qualifying third with Formula One champion team mate Lewis Hamilton on pole for the fourth race in a row. Instead of Rosberg alongside on the front row for Sunday's race, Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel will be lurking threateningly in the second grid position. "I under-estimated Sebastian's speed and also how much it would cost me," added Rosberg, explaining that he had wanted to go easy in the second phase of qualifying on the set of tyres he would be starting the race with.

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  • Cheryl Fernandez Versini Looks Gorgeous In No Make-Up Photo Shared By Husband Jean-Bernard

    Let's face it, we all have a major girlcrush on the total babe that is Cheryl Fernandez Versini, but you'd be lying if you said that you didn't secretly wish that she wasn't so gorgeous without her make-up and hairstyling team. It was proud husband Jean Bernard Fernandez Versini who brought this to our attention when he took to his Instagram account last night to share a snap of his glowing wife on a day out to see the lions.

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  • ‘I found a live mouse in my Aldi loaf of bread’: Shopper’s horror find

    A shopper was given a shock after discovering a live mouse crawling around in a loaf of bread he bought from Aldi. Andrew Odell tweeted the company a picture of the rodent crawling around inside the packaging of his sliced white and said it was the first and last time he was going to shop at the supermarket. When Aldi replied he wrote that his heavily pregnant wife Claire had already been in touch and that the couple were 'extremely upset' about the incident.

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  • Clarkson Speaks Out Over Top Gear Scandal

    Jeremy Clarkson has spoken about his high-profile sacking as presenter of the BBC's Top Gear. In his column in Saturday's Sun newspaper, Clarkson admitted he would "miss" presenting the show. "Heartfelt thanks to all those who have written to say how much they will miss me on Top Gear," he wrote.

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  • Hunt on for hijab-wearing woman over Walthamstow pensioner bank cash grab

    A CCTV image of a woman has been released after a pensioner's purse was stolen following a bank visit. 

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  • Zayn Malik has shaved his head and people are freaking out

    Zayn Malik took a step in a new direction tonight, as he debuted a new shaved head hair do at the Annual Asian Awards in London. The former One Direction star – who was making his first public appearance since quitting the boy band – brought his mum as

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  • Taylor Swift's Identical Twin Appeared In Old Japanese McDonalds' Advert And It's UNCANNY - Watch

    In a frankly uncanny re-discovered YouTube video from the good old days of 2006, you can see somebody who looks a whole lot like the superstar strike a load of poses before sitting down and magically pulling a Maccy D's hamburger out from behind her back. It's like that time Taylor saw the fan who looked like her on Tumblr and thought that it was her BUT SO MUCH BETTER. 1. Taylor Swift has a Robin-Sparkles-esque pre-fame past, that saw her secretly move to Japan and become the poster girl for hamburgers before she hit the big time.

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  • 'Cannibal' Neanderthals Mutilated And May Have Devoured Their Dead

    Under yet another parking lot in England, the same team that found the final resting place of King Richard III discovered an ancient 1,700-year-old Roman cemetery containing the remains of 13 bodies and various artifacts. Archeologists found the remains of a human limb along with animal sacrifice remains an obsidian blades in a temple room. Archeologists examining the ruins of ancient Phrygian city of Hierapolis in Turkey found what they believe to be the Plutonium, which ancient Greeks thought to be the entry to the underworld. A large sapphire ring found by metal detector enthusiast Michael Greenhorn in a field near Escrick, England is thought to have originated in the 5th or 6th century and may have even belonged to a king.

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  • Shocking moment woman falls into The Wormhole in Ireland

    Ms Gupta was saved by witnesses Seamus McCarthy, a paramedic, and his partner Fionnuala Quigley, a teacher, who were on their way to visit the wormhole. "We managed to get an army-type jacket and a backpack and we hooked the jacket onto the backpack", Mr McCarthy said. Ms Gupta is recovering in hospital after sustaining a fractured ankle, which was stabilised at the scene by Mr McCarthy before a rescue helicopter arrived.

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  • Developers jailed after residents plunged through living room floors

    Two property developers branded 'arrogant and greedy' by a judge have been jailed after a three-storey building collapsed trapping three people in the rubble. The accident left three victims hospitalised with minor injuries, while 20 students were left homeless and one of Sheffield's main arterial roads was closed for a day. Most of the students who lived in flats above the development in the Brook Hill area of the South Yorkshire city were luckily out at the time and missed the accident. Jailing brothers Naveed and Rizwan Hussain for 12 months each today, Judge Michael Murphy told them: 'It was only by the grace of God or good fortune that people were not seriously injured or killed.

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  • 10 Actors Who Were One Hit Wonders

    The phrase ‘one hit wonders’ is usually used in reference to the world of music, where an artist can capture lightning in a bottle and stumble upon an insanely catchy tune, release it to an adoring public, and then promptly disappear forever, having failed to replicate their impossible success. One hit wonders are a bit harder to come across in movies – if an actor is in a hit, you’ll find that doors seem to open automatically for them – but they are out there. It was the part of a lifetime, but for child actor Peter Ostrum, it was the only role he’d ever need.

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  • Will the last person to leave Britain please turn out the lights

    Financial markets are in for a rude awakening come May 8. Unusually for those who trade in realism, the City has fallen victim to wishful thinking. What we are in fact going to get is a Labour minority government with support from the Scottish National Party on Alex Salmond’s suggested “confidence and supply” basis.

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  • Bootle Murders: Warning As Police Hunt For Man

    Police investigating the murders of a mother and daughter are searching for one of their relatives - but warn the public "should not approach him". Detectives have said they "urgently" need to speak to Peter Fox, after the bodies of the two women were found in separate addresses on Merseyside.

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  • Seven Up! to 56 Up: the story

    Since its first instalment in 1964, the celebrated Up documentary series has traced the fortunes of a group of British children from a variety of backgrounds and different areas of the UK, returning at seven-year intervals to take snapshots of their lives. Directed by Michael Apted the series reaches another landmark this week with the three-part 56 Up, in which all but one of the original 14 participants take part. Ironically, the missing one, Charles Furneaux, went on to become a TV producer. Tragically, in 28 Up Neil was found homeless and in a bad mental state.

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