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  • BBC 'considered axing Hammond'

    Former Top Gear executive producer Andy Wilman has had a dig at what he called the BBC's "Meddling Department" and told how his bosses considered axing Richard Hammond. Wilman quit the long-running TV series in the wake of Jeremy Clarkson's departure and the BBC plans to relaunch Top Gear with new presenters.

    Press Association
  • Kylie Minogue Is Left Speechless At This Graham Norton Show Audience Member's Brutal Request

    Kylie Minogue has just won the award for priceless reaction of the day, thanks to this Graham Norton Show audience member's mean request. Jessica Ball had pied off her date with Thomas Hewitt to come and watch Kylie, 46, on last week's Graham Norton Show.

  • Beyonce’s Decision To Pour A Bottle Of '$20,000 Champagne' Into A Jacuzzi Has Angered A Lot Of People

    It would seem that Beyonce can do wrong, after she left Twitter users rather angry by seemingly pouring a $20,000 bottle of champagne into a hot tub. The 33-year-old can be seen pouring a bottle of champagne brand Armand de Brignac, also known as Ace of Spades, into a jacuzzi during new Nicki Minaj collaboration music video ‘Feeling It’.

  • As tenacious and clever as they are savage, can ANYONE stop ISIS tearing the Middle East apart?

    As tenacious and clever as they are savage, can ANYONE stop ISIS tearing the Middle East apart? Commanders in Washington were congratulating themselves last weekend on the success of a Delta Force raid in which two dozen special forces troops were dropped into a town in Syria.

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  • Liverpool have bigger problems than just Raheem Sterling - here's a few to start with...

    For Liverpool fans, the end didn’t come soon enough. In their last 10 games in all competitions, Brendan Rodgers’ team have won but three. If it were, they would be in 16th place, level on points with QPR and West Ham and ahead of just Hull, Burnley and Newcastle.

    Jim White
  • Bin Laden Bemoans Use of 'Big Money' in Wars in Newly-Released Video

    The Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI) released a tranche of documents recovered from Osama bin Laden’s compound in Pakistan after the May 2, 2011, raid that killed him. Video in the newly declassified documents includes handwritten letters believed to have been written by bin Laden’s son Saad and this, a draft video of a speech called “Despotism of Big Money.” In the video, bin Laden addresses the “American people” and criticizes the role of money in wars between the United States and al Qaeda. He appears to wear similar clothes, and is seated in front of a similar backdrop, to those seen in a video released by the Pentagon in May 2011. Credit: YouTube/Office of the Director of National Intelligence

  • Cosmetics firm 'top of the shops'

    EE has been voted the UK's worst shop and Lush the best for the second year in a row in an annual survey. Electricals retailer EE came in at 100th place with a score of 52% in the Which? poll, with customers complaining about long waiting times, busy

    Press Association
  • Katie Price’s Birthday: Her Cheekiest Instagram Pics

    She’s a fan of tongue in cheek humour and cheeks of a more *ahem* physical nature. And Katie Price is happy to show off her cheeky ways on her Instagram account, whether she’s LOLing about her fake tan developing or sharing cheeky shots of her barely

  • 'We can't just throw Greece of the euro' - Juncker warns ahead of crunch summit

    An agreement over Greece's eurozone future continued to elude European leaders, as late night talks failed to bridge the gap between Athens' Leftist government and its creditor partners. Meeting until 1am in Riga, Germany's Angela Merkel, Greek prime minister Alexis Tsipras and France's Francois Hollande came no closer to a breakthough over the bankrupt country's fate. Brussels is demanding Mr Tsipras back down over his Leftist "red lines" on labour and pensions reform in order to secure its first release of bail-out cash since August 2014.

  • Could another English king be buried under a car park?

    Just three years after the extraordinary discovery of King Richard III under a car park, researchers think another mediaeval English monarch might be found buried beneath a parking lot and are hoping to find him. Philippa Langley, the inspiration behind the successful hunt for Richard III's remains, is now on the trail of his forebear Henry I, one of the first rulers of England following the Norman conquest in the 11th Century. "The thinking in Reading, using current estimates of the size of the abbey, is that this burial spot is located beneath a school," Langley told BBC History Magazine.

  • Sophie Ellis-Bextor CONFIRMS She's Pregnant With Her Fourth Child!

    Sophie Ellis-Bextor has confirmed the exciting news that she's pregnant with her fourth child with husband Richard Jones - CONGRATULATIONS, GUYS! The gorgeous singer sparked speculation this week when she arrived at Lorraine's High Street Fashion Awards

  • Woman Jailed For 24 Years For Fatal Subway Push

    A woman has been jailed for 24 years after she pushed a man into the path of an oncoming New York subway train in a religiously motivated attack. Erika Menendez, 33, pleaded guilty in March to first-degree manslaughter over the death of 46-year-old Sunnando Sen on 27 December, 2012, at the 40th Street-Lowery Street station in Sunnyside, Queens. Prosecutors said Menendez was seen pacing the subway platform and muttering to herself in the moments leading up to the attack.

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  • Liam Payne And Sophia Smith Are The Definition Of Flawless At Monaco Grand Prix

    Be prepared for your heart and other general organs to turn right into fluffy marshmallows because Liam Payne and Sophia Smith have stepped out at the Monaco Grand Prix looking more flawless than a freshly baked croissant. Just a few days after revealing that Zayn Malik left One Direction to spend time with his fiancée Perrie Edwards, Captain Payno and his gorgeous girlfriend arrived at the race track looking glorious. HERE THEY ARE, giving Taylor Swift and Calvin Harris a run for their money in the 'Best Relationship Goals' stakes.

  • Fearne Cotton Leaves Radio One: Her Career In Pictures (22 photos)

    As Fearne Cotton bids farewell to Radio One after ten years on the air, we take a look back at her Children's TV presenting beginnings all the way through to today. 1998: After winning a nationwide search for the next Disney Show presenter, Fearne lands

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  • PHOTO ESSAY: Arizona site holds 'bones' of 4,000 planes

    The airplanes are lined up in rows by the hundreds, serving as a striking reminder of the nation's military past. It is the world's largest airplane repository and preservation facility, providing long- and short-term aircraft storage, parts reclamation and disposal for all types of planes. — An Army One helicopter that transported President Dwight D. Eisenhower in the 1950s.

    Associated Press
  • Kylie Jenner Says She's Gained Weight But Where?

    Kylie Jenner claims to have gained weight, but, if you can tell where, you are a more observant person than I. In the caption for the above Instagram, Jenner initially wrote, "behind the scenes. Kylie's not the only celebrity who's been forced to "accept" her "curves" recently in light of seemingly imaginary weight gain.

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  • EU Membership: Reasons For And Against Leaving

    David Cameron is in Latvia to start negotiating a new deal with European Union partners ahead of a referendum on the UK's membership in the bloc. Here are five of the reasons for and against Britain's membership of the EU. Reasons To Stay :: Millions

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  • Which supermarket is consistently cheapest - and for which goods?

    Supermarket profits are shrinking but new data shows which chains are consistently cheap for "own brand" products and it's not just German discounters that emerge as most competitive. Morrisons sells the cheapest own-brand bakery goods out of all major supermarkets, for example, according to price tracking website, mySupermarket, which compared supermarket's own items across the major chains. By contrast, shoppers would save by buying cereal at Waitrose, meat and dairy at Aldi and snacks at Asda.

  • My Anxious Heart: Photographer Shows What It Feels Like To Have Anxiety (12 photos)

    Katie Joy Crawford is a photography student at Louisiana State University, and recently embarked on a very personal project to show what it's like to live with anxiety disorder. In Crawford's own words:"My Anxious Heart explores and identifies how emotionally

    Yahoo Lifestyle
  • Boy found in basement: I liked results of intense exercise

    Charlie Bothuell acknowledged that he liked the result of daily rigorous workouts on his overweight body, despite claims by prosecutors that the exercise demanded by his father and stepmother was extreme and unreasonable. "I was just happy that my body looked great," Charlie said. A judge must decide whether there's enough evidence to send Charlie's father, also named Charlie Bothuell, and Monique Dillard-Bothuell to trial on charges of torture and child abuse.

    Associated Press