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  • Manchester United Probably Need To Drop Wayne Rooney

    There were rather obvious lessons to be learnt from Arsenal’s early obliteration of Manchester United at the Emirates. One which Manchester United fans have been dilly-dallying over and discussing for the last two months: Is Wayne Rooney broken? As Wayne Rooney’s slow start turned into a fully blown goal drought his biggest supporters have been trying to give him the benefit of the doubt.

    Stretford Ender
  • Disgusted Diner Shows What KFC's Ricebox Meal Actually Looks Like

    Can you tell which one is the advert and what was actually served up to a KFC customer?

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  • Student’s Appeal To Find ‘Hot Guy’ She Kissed Backfires When His GIRLFRIEND Replies

    A pretty student who thought she had met the man of her dreams was shocked when his girlfriend responded to a Facebook appeal to find him - and DUMPED him online. Pippa McKinney admitted she felt “gutted” after she found out the “hot guy” she shared a few kisses with on a birthday night out in Manchester turned out to have a girlfriend already.

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  • Jilted Lover Suffers Burns After Revenge Acid Attack Goes Badly Wrong

    A woman who poured acid over her former lover while she sat behind him on a motorbike was left with horrific burns after the liquid blew backwards onto her face. Ung Limey, 21, emptied the toxic contents of the container over her boyfriend Leng Socheata’s helmet but she was covered in most of it as the wind blew it straight onto her. Leng, who had recently broke up with his girlfriend, crashed the bike seconds after the attack, which caused the former couple to suffer more injuries as a result.

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  • 'Oh, my God': Man who finds missing 2-year-old girl jubilant

    WARREN, Ohio (AP) — A man who found a little girl who'd been missing from her great-grandparents' home for two days sounded jubilant in a 911 call.

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  • I'm too sexy for my dress: barely there gowns hit bridal

    Sexy in bridal gowns isn't new, but barely there looks have leaped off the backs of Beyonce, Kim Kardashian and Jennifer Lopez and made their way from red carpet to wedding. What about scandalizing your ...

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  • Premier League - Jose Mourinho is acting like he wants the sack

    Paul Parker says Jose Mourinho's behaviour - to the club, the media and his players - gives the impression he wants Chelsea to sack him.

  • Plastic Bag Charge: The Items You Can Buy To Avoid Paying 5p

    Shoppers in England must pay 5p for plastic carrier bags in supermarkets from today.

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  • Katona Splits From Husband After Arrest

    Kerry Katona has ended her marriage to George Kay, just days after he was arrested on suspicion of assault and the unlawful possession of a Taser. Her spokesman released a statement saying: "It is with deep sadness Kerry announces the end of her marriage to George Kay. The 35-year-old was held on suspicion of causing actual bodily harm and has been bailed until 24 October.

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  • Former Circus Tiger Freed After 12 Years Walks On Grass For The First Time

    This majestic former circus tiger has spent her whole life caged up, having never walked on grass – until now. 

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  • Missing Ben Needham's mother hits out as McCanns quit Twitter over abuse

    Kate and Gerry McCann's decision to shut down their Twitter account because of vicious online abuse has been criticised by the mother of snatched toddler Ben Needham.

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  • Never-Before-Seen NASA Pictures Of The Apollo Missions Released (12 photos)

    After decades hidden in archives, thousands of pictures of the Apollo space missions have now been publically released online. Some 13,000 NASA images were put onto the Project Apollo Archive Flickr page, all taken by astronauts on the manned Apollo missions between 1961 and 1972 using Hasselbald cameras. Epic views of earth from space, retro-looking snaps of the rocket equipment and, of course, man’s very first steps onto the surface of the moon are captured in the series. Unsurprisingly in such an extensive collection, there are also plenty of blurry snaps, fingers over lenses and dark smudges where someone forgot to switch on the flash. In addition, the astronauts chose to capture some of the more mundane aspects of life aboard a spaceship, photographing each other shaving, napping, eating meals and brushing their teeth.

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  • Does FBI memo prove aliens DID crash near Roswell and THREE UFOs and were covered up?

    An FBI memo that has come under scrutiny following freedom of information requests even suggests each "saucer" contained three bodies of three-foot tall aliens in the legendary "alien" incident. The Roswell incident, in July 1947, went down in UFO folklore after the US Air Force announced it had found the remains of what was suspected of being a crashed flying saucer in the New Mexico desert near the town. The FBI memo now in the spotlight, dated from 1950 - three years after the Roswell incident - said each of three "saucers" contained three bodies of three-foot tall humanoid occupants, making nine aliens in total. Museum workers stumbled across the document as as they were preparing to open the Hakui Centre for UFO Research in the coastal city of Hakui, 310 miles west of Tokyo, Japan, back in 1994. q
  • Notorious Mexican Female Assassin Is Turned Over To The Police By Her Boyfriend

    An infamous Mexican assassin has been arrested after her boyfriend turned her in. Melissa Margarita Calderon Ojeda, 30, known as “La China”, is said to be the head of a 300-strong gang and is believed to be behind 150 murders in the past ten years.

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  • Buy Your Own 1kg Gold Bar - But At What Price?

    Gold bars worth almost £25,000 at current prices are to go on sale at Royal Mint to mark the first anniversary of its bullion trading website. But the Royal Mint said the kilo bar, which will bear the logo of the Royal Mint Refinery, added "depth to its range". The Royal Mint said that while there were charges for using its vault, customers could easily trade their purchases through its buy-back facility.

    Sky News
  • Ellie Goulding: I've been 'playing with my life' by ignoring my heart problem

    The pop star admitted she had ignored her health – but has recently been toning down the exercise and eating well.

  • Public To Get Five Percent Discount Next Year

    At least £2bn worth of shares in Lloyds Banking Group will be offered to the public in 2016, the Treasury has announced.

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  • Free Retirement Calculator: When Can You Retire?

    Find Out How Soon You Can Retire With Our Free Online Assessment.

  • Pensioner Snaps ‘Boy Ghost’ On Her iPhone During Spooky Walk Through Black Country Woods

    Elaine Stewart was left spooked when she saw what she believes is the spooky outline of a young child from the 18th century as she walked through a beauty spot in the Black Country. Retired auxiliary nurse Elaine, from West Bromwich, has researched the area and discovered the woodland is on the site of an 18th century coal mine.

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  • Calais gripped by chaos as FIVE HUNDRED migrants make two violent bids to reach Britain

    REUTERS•GETTY More than 200 migrants broke into the Channel Tunnel shortly after midnight, more than half of whom made it a THIRD OF THE WAY to Britain before finally being intercepted by overwhelmed French police.  The huge crowd smashed down border fences paid for by Britain and completely overran security staff as part of a "planned invasion" of the Eurotunnel terminal at Coquelles.  Police eventually caught up with the group almost 10 miles into the tunnel, but things turned violent when they moved in to disperse the migrants.  Officers were forced to make 23 arrests, with six people being injured in the fracas.  In a separate incident a stampede of 300 migrants surged onto the motorway outside q
  • X Factor Sam Bailey says she's glad to be free of Simon Cowell's contract

    2013 X Factor winner Sam Bailey was dropped by Cowell’s label Syco earlier this year but claimed she felt trapped by the strict terms of the deal and is happy to finally be able to make her own decisions. The former prison officer said the label banned her from arranging her own gigs – and her X Factor mentor Sharon Osbourne begged her to break away from Cowell.

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