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  • David Walliams And Lara Stone Split Because Of Actor's 'TV Cross-Dressing'?

    Reports are claiming that Lara Stone ended her marriage with her Britain's Got Talent judge husband David Walliams because she didn't like the 'constant talk about David being camp'. The couple's split was reported yesterday, although it's said that they are on a 'trial separation' for now. Neither David nor Lara have officially addressed the speculation on their social media sites.

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  • Male Katie Price Fan Who Spent £40,000 To Look Like His Idol Causes Twitter Meltdown

    On today's episode of This Morning, they featured a rather aspirational young man who had spent a whopping £40,000 to look like Katie Price. Twenty-year-old Nathan Thursfield explained that he was left inspired by the mum-of-five when he met her for the first time aged thirteen at a book signing.

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  • Kim Kardashian Shows Off Her New Platinum Blonde Hair In Paris

    Well, we certainly didn't have to wait long to see what was really going on underneath Kim Kardashian's massive knitted hat, with the star causing a scene as she stepped out of her fancy Paris hotel and debuted her platinum blonde locks earlier today. The 34-year-old had her new 'do slicked back, showing off her gorge face and looked super chic in an all-black outfit as she made her way to Fashion Week with husband, Kanye West. The reality star has dabbled in lighter colours before, previously going golden in 2013, although this is the lightest that any of the Armenian Kardashian girls have braved.

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  • Brooklyn Beckham’s Birthday: His Best Beckham Instagram Pics

    Brooklyn Beckham gives us a glimpse into family life Chez Beckham via Instagram, and boy do we wish we were part of the fam.

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  • Tottenham 'to sell TWO big names to fund amazing £28m transfer'

    Spurs are going all out to fund the signing of Lacazette.

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  • Katie Hopkins Slams Kelly Clarkson's Weight AGAIN: She Looks Like She’s Eaten Her Backup Singers

    Katie Hopkins has made further cruel jibes about Kelly Clarkson’s weight, describing her as to looking like she has ‘eaten her backup singers’. “Kelly Clarkson is now a chunky monkey, if we're putting it kindly," she told the program. "She does look like she's eaten her backup singers.

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  • Alien abduction? Stolen by Russia? MH370 theories keep coming

    The resulting theories range from the wild - alien abduction, MH370 and its doomed fleetmate MH17 were the same plane - to sober, science-based arguments that the plane is in the southern Indian Ocean, but not necessarily in the current search area. "It's amazing how much information we don't have after looking at this case for all this time," said Jeff Wise, an aviation expert whose recently published Kindle book 'The Plane That Wasn't There' reached No.1 on Amazon's bestseller lists. Malaysia's air force said its radar tracked the plane as it turned back, re-crossed the Malay Peninsula and flew out of range off the northwest coast.

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  • Stepbrother Of Becky Watts Appears In Court

    The stepbrother of Bristol teenager Becky Watts has been remanded in custody charged with her murder. Nathan Matthews, appearing at Bristol Magistrates' Court, spoke only to confirm his name, address and date of birth. The 28-year-old will appear before Bristol Crown Court via video link on Friday.

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  • DAILY MAIL COMMENT: Will voters ever get a say on migration?

    This is the man whose party presided over the most momentous demographic upheaval in our history, changing Britain beyond recognition as a deliberate act to expand Labour’s voter base. Indeed, just how radical that revolution was emerges today, as a devastating audit by the Migration Watch think-tank finds an astonishing 7.23million migrants were allowed into the UK under Labour. Discounting those who left, net foreign immigration was 3.6million, or the combined populations of the five largest cities outside London.

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  • Mystery as 16ft python found in Lancashire canal

    Following an autopsy, the reptile showed signs of respiratory disease - which could have contributed to its death. Lancashire Police are now investigating the circumstances surrounding how the python came to be in the canal and are appealing for anyone with any information to come forward. PC Carl Chew, a wildlife crime officer, said: "Experts believe that a python of this size could have been capable of attacking a person so it is fortunate that no one came to any serious harm. "There are specific offences under the Wildlife and Countryside Act and Animal Welfare Act in relation to releasing a python and we would urge anyone with any information as to where the python came from to contact us.

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  • Scott Disick Has Apparently Proposed To Kendall Jenner Now, Obviously

    Just when you thought rumours surrounding Scott Disick and Kendall Jenner supposedly having some sort affair and/or having a baby were the most ridiculously thing you'd ever read, new reports are claiming that Lord Disick has now proposed to his girlfriend's little sister. According to these ludicrous new rumours, Scott popped the question to Kendall when the two 'snuck off' to Europe. "And in the same breath he talked about running away with Kendall.

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  • 'Jilted John' has amazing honeymoon

    A man who sold raffle tickets for his ex-fiancée's honeymoon place after she dumped him, says he had an "amazing holiday" with another woman. John Whitbread jetted out to the Dominican Republic with Kelly Wood after she was the lucky winner in the "Jilted John" charity raffle. Mr Whitbread, from Donisthorpe, in Leicestershire, said everyone had asked if they had become a couple.

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  • Galloway's 'Anti-Semitism' Legal Letters Could Be About To Backfire

    A legal firm acting for Respect MP George Galloway will be reported to the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA), it has emerged. The development comes as a number of people reported receiving letters written by Chambers Solicitors acting on behalf of Galloway, demanding up to £5,000 libel costs + VAT and requesting public apologies for allegedly calling him anti-semitic. As the letters began to arrive, a Twitter account was set up to offer free legal advice for the recipients – which has since gained the backing of several high profile lawyers including solicitor and libel expert Mark Stephens and Mark Lewis. Lewis, who was a leading figure in the News of the World hacking scandal confirmed to the Huffington Post UK that he would be making a complaint to the SRA on behalf of three clients on Wednesday.

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  • Russian bombers disrupted planes in Irish airspace

    "The routing of one en route aircraft was changed to ensure that its track was sufficiently separated from the track of the two Russian military aircraft," it added. The diverted and delayed planes were commercial jets "carrying hundreds of people", newspaper the Irish Examiner reported. However, the IAA sad there had been "no safety impact to civilian traffic in Irish controlled airspace". The aircraft did not enter Irish sovereign airspace, but flew in Irish controlled airspace within 25 nautical miles (46.3 km) of the Irish coast between 1500 GMT and 1900 GMT, according to the authority.

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  • Dragons Den reject has last laugh, making millions selling cut-price food

    Approved Food ships out-of-date food to 600 households a day, cashing in on Britons' love of deals and discounts

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  • Canadians Asked To Stop 'Spocking' Bank Notes

    Canadians have been asked to stop drawing Leonard Nimoy-inspired Mr Spock pictures on their $5 bank notes. For years, fans of the famous Star Trek character have been scribbling on the face of former PM Wilfrid Laurier - Canada's first Francophone prime minister - on $5 banknotes.

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  • Gareth Bale reveals the things he doesn't like about playing for Real Madrid - Telegraph

    Real Madrid forward, who continues to be linked with return to Premier League, says there are draw backs of being a Galactico

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  • The European cities where people enjoy the best - and worst - quality of life

    Ms Fitzpatrick praised "clean" Vienna and said it scored highly across all the categories. Every year, Mercer experts produce the index by looking at living conditions in more than 440 cities across the world. The conditions are based on 39 factors, grouped into 10 categories as follows: political and social environment, economic environment, socio-cultural environment, medical and health considerations, schools and education, public services and transportation, recreation, consumer goods, housing and natural environment. Ms Fitzpatrick said the relatively low rankings for London (40) and New York (44) were because the cities scored low in some areas.

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  • As Bugatti 'supercar' legend bows out, others wait in line

    The last Bugatti Veyron ever to be made has pride of place at the show for auto enthusiasts to bid farewell after the brand announced last month that it had sold the 450th and final model of the car with its 16-cylinder monster engine that produces up to 1,200 horsepower. "With the Veyron we created a modern icon, and this show is an opportunity to put the car on a pedestal and celebrate, and say thank you to everyone involved, and close the chapter," Stefan Brungs, Bugatti's head of sales, told AFP. Sweden's Koenigsegg, for instance, boasts it makes not "supercars", or even "hypercars", but full-blown "megacars".

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  • Mother Guilty Of Killing Daughter Amid Affair

    Polly Chowdhury, 35, and Kiki Muddar, 43, were convicted at the Old Bailey on Wednesday of the manslaughter of Chowdhury's daughter Ayesha Ali. The cause of the girl's death was recorded as a head injury, but Ayesha had suffered more than 50 injuries, including a bite mark on her shoulder and carpet burns. During proceedings, the court was told how the women's affair revolved around fictional Facebook characters that Muddar used to control Chowdhury.

    Sky News