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  • Rowan Atkinson Steps Out With 32-Year-Old Girlfriend, Louise Ford, For A Romantic Lunch Date

    Rowan Atkinson, who you may also know as iconic TV character Mr. Bean, stepped out for a loved up lunch date with girlfriend Louise Ford yesterday afternoon. The couple raised eyebrows when they were first pictured together back in April last year due to the rather large age gap, with 60-year-old Rowan nearly thirty years older than 32-year-old Louise, but the two looked happier than ever to be in eachother's company and proved that their relationship is still fighting fit. Shortly before they were spotted for the first time, Rowan split from his wife of 23 years, Sunetra Sastry, who he met way back in his Blackadder days when she was working as a make-up artist and has two children with - Lily and Benjamin.

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  • Vogue Williams And Brian McFadden: 'Babies Are On The Agenda - And We Want Loads!' - EXCLUSIVE

    Vogue Williams and Brian McFadden are pretty much the hottest couple around right now, and it sounds as though we could be in for a whole load of cooing and 'awwing' in the not so distant future, if Vogue gets her way. Reality star Vogue told us: "No babies right now, I just want to enjoy my life for a little bit longer before it gets taken over by a baby. In the meantime, Vogue is getting in plenty of practice with Brian's daughters, thirteen-year-old Molly and eleven-year-old Lily, who she spends plenty of time with.

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  • It's not Susanna Reid's week - now her dress has split on Good Morning Britain

    Good Morning Britain presenter Susanna Reid had to rush off to change her dress during the breakfast TV show after suffering a wardrobe malfunction. Viewers discovered that the star, 44, who blamed “physics” for the tear, had disappeared from her desk after a news bulletin. John Stapleton told viewers that Susanna’s dress had split “spectacularly” and joked that being accidentally flashed by his co-presenter was “one of the bonuses of the show they don’t put in the job description”.

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  • One Direction Fury At Zayn Malik Solo Demo

    Zayn Malik may have left One Direction on good terms - but all that could be about to change. Just days after announcing his departure from the band so he could be a "normal" 22-year-old, a demo recording of Malik performing on his own has been posted online by a renowned producer. Louis Tomlinson, one of his former bandmates, went crazy, crazy, crazy when he heard the song.

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  • Alps Crash Final Moments Revealed As DNA Found

    More details of the final moments of Germanwings Flight 4U 9525 have emerged as investigators find the DNA of more than half the victims of the crash. A summary of the transcript of recordings from the voice recorder on board the aircraft reveals co-pilot Andreas Lubitz began the descent after the captain left to cockpit. He then tells Lubitz he has not had time to go to the toilet before departure, to which the co-pilot replies he can go "at any time".

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  • Woman claims she cured her cancer by eating three PINEAPPLES a day

    A woman who was given just five years to live with an aggressive cancer has beaten the disease - by eating pineapples. Candice-Marie Fox, 31, found out she had thyroid cancer and reluctantly went under the knife to remove more than 20 lumps three years ago.

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  • Kay Burley will not face Ofcom inquiry over 'Islamophobia' remarks

    Kay Burley will not face an Ofcom inquiry over her interview with an Islamic human rights advocate. Cerie Bullivant, from the group Cage, walked out of an interview with the Sky News anchor in February after taking issue with her questions. Burley asked Bullivant for his thoughts on the recent Isis beheadings and also asked whether he condemned the actions of Jihadi John. "Your question is inherently Islamophobic and racist," Bullivant replied, arguing that Muslims should not have to defend their humanity by condemning the "brutal" actions of Isis.

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  • Benefits Street cast 'lost everything'

    One of the stars of controversial show Benefits Street has said the cast have “lost everything” since it was first broadcast. Deirdre Kelly, better known as White Dee, said it had made Birmingham’s James Turner Street, where the show was filmed, into a “tourist attraction”. “This documentary turned our street into a tourist attraction.

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  • Simon Cowell To Ditch Cheryl Fernandez-Versini From The X Factor Again?

    Is Simon Cowell set to do the unthinkable and ditch Cheryl Fernandez-Versini from the X Factor for the second time? This news comes after Richard Holloway, X Factor's executive producer, admitted that there would be an almighty shake-up ahead of this year’s series in a bid to claw back ratings. The first big change to confirmed so far is the departure of host Dermot O’Leary, who had fronted the show for eight years.

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  • EXCLUSIVE: Thousands of migrants DUMPED on Britain as French wriggle out of border promise

    Officials have vowed to do “everything in their power” to wriggle out of a treaty moving the UK border to Calais. The besieged town’s mayor Natacha Bouchart is prepared to spark a major diplomatic row by opening the frontier to a fresh wave of refugees who want to start a new life here. In an exclusive interview, her deputy told the Daily Express she was redoubling efforts to quit the Le Touquet Treaty, stationing British border security at French ferry terminals. If the treaty, signed in 2003, is scrapped, they would be free to cross the 21-mile English Channel, raising the spectre of scores of squalid camps along the South Coast.

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  • Alex Salmond criticises Angus head teacher at centre of Black Watch play row

    An Angus head teacher has been told she should hang her head “in shame” as Alex Salmond reopened a row about whether pupils should study the Black Watch play. Websters High School head Jane Esson has come under fire and faced protests after she withdrew the text from the Higher drama programme. No other school in SNP-run Angus Council is studying the play but that did not stop the former First Minister attacking the Kirriemuir school’s leadership after being asked about the issue during a question-and-answer session at the party’s conference.

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  • Man Dies Trying To Save Brother After Tube Fall

    A man has died on the London Underground after being hit by a train as he tried to save his brother. The 35-year-old from London was trying to pull his 32-year-old brother to safety at Old Street station when they were both struck. The older sibling was taken to the Royal London Hospital with serious injuries but died a short time later.

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  • Ground Force's Tommy Walsh returns to TV after a 10-year hiatus

    After a ten-year break from the spotlight Tommy Walsh is set to make his much anticipated return to TV. Hackney-born builder Tommy rose to fame in the early Nineties alongside Alan Titchmarsh and Charlie Dimmock.

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  • Liga - Real Sociedad heaps praise on club saviour David Moyes

    The former Everton and Manchester United boss took over from Jagoba Arrasate at Anoeta with the Txuri-urdin perilously close to the bottom of the League, yet has since steered the team into ninth place. “We were lucky in that a name such as David’s, one that had previously been out of bounds for our club, ended up joining us and I think he has brought some good things with him. Loren admits that La Real have been linked with a few players in the past few weeks, particularly from the Premier League.

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  • Madame Tussauds has melted down Jimmy Savile’s ‘evil’ waxwork

    Madame tussauds has confirmed the waxwork it had of perverted child abuser Jimmy Savile has been destroyed. The Express reports there had been calls for the work to be moved from storage into the Chamber of Horrors, along with figures like Adolf Hitler. Victim Alison Pink said he might “be too evil even for there”.

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  • Garlic salve 'can kill superbug'

    A garlic-based "potion" listed in a thousand-year-old Anglo-Saxon manuscript has been found to kill off the MRSA superbug. Microbiologists at the University of Nottingham say early trials of the 10th century remedy - which also contains cow bile - have yielded "astonishing" results. The apparently homespun recipe, originally concocted as a treatment for eye infections, was spotted in a copy of Bald's Leechbook, a medieval medical text held at the British Library.

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  • ISIS children take centre stage in jihadists' latest sick propaganda

    The clip was posted on social media today, and said the eight men were beheaded in the central Syrian province of Hama.

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  • Wolverhampton firm faces £60,000 fine over illegal immigrants

    The trio were discovered when Home Office immigration officials swooped on the firm. The employer has been served with a notice that they might be fined up to £20,000-a-head for any illegal immigrant found to be working for them whose right to be in this country had not been properly checked.

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  • US admiral says China 'creating a great wall of sand' in sea

    China is "creating a great wall of sand" through land reclamation in the South China Sea, causing serious concerns about its territorial intentions, the commander of the U.S. Pacific Fleet said Tuesday. "But what's really drawing a lot of concern in the here and now is the unprecedented land reclamation currently being conducted by China," he said. "China is building artificial land by pumping sand on to live coral reefs — some of them submerged — and paving over them with concrete.

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  • Producer denies leaving Top Gear

    Top Gear producer Andy Wilman has denied reports that he has quit the hit show in the wake of Jeremy Clarkson's sacking. An email he sent to Top Gear staff congratulating them on making " one of the most iconic programmes in TV history" was published yesterday and widely reported as a resignation statement. In it, he said: " Our stint as guardians of Top Gear was a good one, but we were only part of the show's history, not the whole of it.

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