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  • Chelsea dealt £15m BLOW as Real Madrid admit mistake over Man Utd striker

    The 26-year-old Hernandez joined Real for the season after falling out of favour at Old Trafford, with Robin van Persie, Radamel Falcao, Wayne Rooney and even youngster James Wilson all favoured up front. The Cadena COPE reporter claims the La Liga giants will instead look towards academy product Jese Rodriguez as Karim Benzema's back-up. q
  • 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.

  • Russian secret service 'execute' pro-Moscow militants who 'shot down MH17'

    Sources have claimed that Vladimir Putin's regime has tried to eliminate all traces of any involvement from Russian supporters in the air disaster. The anonymous insiders told the Dutch-led investigation into the crash that Moscow are trying "hide" anything that could incriminate them. q
  • Kim Kardashian And Kanye West Get Frisky In Paris, Kanye Is Basically On Top Of His Wife

    Paris is known as the city of love, so it's no surprise that Kim Kardashian and Kanye West were feeling pretty romantic as they arrived back at their hotel in the city. Getting more than a little cosy, Kanye decided to basically walk ON TOP OF KIM before having a cheeky feel of her famous bum and disappearing up to their room.

  • Katie Hopkins Slams Charlotte Crosby’s Boyfriend Mitch Jenkins, Only To End Up Red In The Face

    Katie Hopkins has laid into Charlotte Crosby’s boyfriend Mitch Jenkins following their fake engagement stunt this week. “I sat behind her and Mitch Jenkins at The X Factor and he was all over her like a rash.

  • Championship - Classy Bournemouth back on top after Fulham demolition

    Two goals apiece from Brett Pitman and Matt Ritchie, followed by a late cracker from defender Steve Cook, ensured Eddie Howe's side took another big step towards the Barclays Premier League. Pitman, only in the side due to an injury to Yann Kermorgant - who hit both goals in their midweek victory over Wolves - got the ball rolling just before the half-hour mark with his first goal since Boxing Day. Ritchie doubled the advantage before half-time with a deflected effort and Pitman helped himself to a fine solo goal on the hour.

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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.

  • 'I Cried When We Left The Studio With Such A Big Credit Card Debt': The Family Portraits That Cost Thousands

    If you’ve ever been tempted through the doors of a major chain of photographers, you’ll know that the resulting pictures can be stunning but also incredibly expensive. You may pay a small fee for the studio time, or receive it as a gift. You may even

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  • Who is Chelsea doctor Eva Carneiro?

    She was born in Gibraltar to a Spanish father and English mother, studied medicine at Nottingham University, worked in the Scottish Highlands on graduation then spent two years at the Australasian College of Sports Physicians before completing her MSc in Sport and Exercise at London’s Queen Mary University. After her post-graduate studies Carneiro joined Islington PCT’s Public Health department, continuing her training at the Whittington Hospital and the British Olympic Medical Institute’s Intensive Rehabilitation Unit at Bisham Abbey before earning a place on the UK Sports and Exercise Medicine Specialist training programme. In that role, she worked with Team GB athletes in the build-up to the Beijing and Olympics and with Hope Powell’s England women’s football team. Carneiro’s love of football was sparked while travelling in Mexico during the 1998 World Cup, she told The Gibraltar Magazine six years ago: “Brazil was playing Mexico and we stopped at a town which was a popular honeymoon tourist destination for Brazilians.They boasted a huge sports arena and had a World Cup party to celebrate Brazil's first appearance. q
  • Drug Gang Killed Rivals To Steal Client List

    Four drug dealers have been found guilty of ambushing and stabbing to death two rivals to steal their client list. Aaron Carriere, 21, and Josiah Manful, 20, were lured to a quiet residential road in Leytonstone, east London, where they were "boxed in" by four cars. Although there were drugs and cash in the car, only one item was stolen - a phone containing their drug dealing "client list".

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  • Photographs of Linda McCartney capture the Beatles, Jagger, McQueen

    Paul McCartney remembers his adored wife who died in 1998 with portraits from this family album he states is a testament to her artistic talent. Linda's passion for music inspired her to work independently and she amassed a major portfolio of photographs of rock musicians from the 1960s to the 1990s. Linda Eastman McCartney was born in New York City in 1941 and raised in suburban Westchester County. Lovely Linda: Eastman met Paul McCartney in London in 1967 at the Bag O'Nails Club.

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  • MH370 search could be scaled back as fly-past theory gains support

    Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott has warned that the search for missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 cannot go on in its current form forever. Flight MH370 left Kuala Lumpur on 7 March 2014 with 239 people on board, but disappeared on its way to Beijing. The Australian Transport Safety Bureau (ATSB), which is leading the search, has scoured 26,800 square kilometres of the ocean floor but has so far found nothing, says the Sydney Morning Herald. "It has been the largest ever underwater search carried out to date and so far only covered 40 per cent of the designated search area," it says.

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  • The Myth of Russia’s Energy Strength

    The idea that Russia could achieve a strategic advantage over its neighbors through its energy resources is well known. After the start of the conflict in Ukraine last year, Western media and energy experts suggested that Russia could use its energy power as part of its “hybrid war.” It is therefore worth looking closely at what is real and what is false in the Kremlin’s capabilities in the oil and gas sector. In the early 2000s, when global oil and gas prices began to rise, Vladimir Putin’s government formulated the idea that Russia should become an energy superpower.

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  • Ex-cricketers sent 'substantial' tax demands: report

    David Gower has vowed to fight an "appalling" and "unfair" tax demand with which he and several other former top England cricketers have been hit with by British authorities. The Guardian reported Friday that some "very substantial" tax demands have been sent to investors in film finance schemes which Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs (HMRC) is challenging claiming they constitute tax avoidance. Among those who have been sent "accelerated payment notices", the daily said, are former captain Michael Vaughan, England's Ashes-winning skipper in 2005.

  • The other Osbourne daughter is making a bid for chart success

    Aimee Osbourne may have refused to appear in the MTV reality show that made the rest of her family famous. Aimee, whose middle name is Rachel, is releasing music under the name ARO. Writing in an email, she said Raining Gold is “about feeling trapped in a broken dynamic.

  • Will you lose out under the new state pension?

    As if there wasn’t already enough change in the world of pensions, in April 2016 a new form of state pension will be introduced a single payment, simplifying the current system under which many groups receive different amounts. But the new system will sweep away a valuable benefit for one large group of workers: those who, during the Eighties or Nineties, belonged to a final salary pension scheme and who are now nearing state pension age. Under current arrangements most would benefit from valuable inflation-linking on part of their pension, paid for by the Government.

  • Becky Watts: Four More People In Court

    Four more people have been charged in connection with the murder of teenager Becky Watts. Karl Demetrius and Donovan Demetrius, both 29, along with Jaydene Parsons, 23, all of Barton Court, Bristol, have been charged with assisting an offender. All four are have been remanded in custody to appear at Bristol Crown Court on the 26th of March.

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  • Man City 0-2 Leicester – Silva And Milner Keep Below-Par Citizens In Title Race (Photos & Highlights)

    By Alan Duffy Manchester City 0-2 Leicester City - Premier League - 4th March 2015 View image | Man City kept the pressure on Chelsea

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  • Euro tumbles to new 11.5-year low

    The euro dived Friday to another 11.5-year low, one day after the European Central Bank announced it would launch its massive stimulus package next week.The single currency sank to $1.0963 -- the lowest since September 2003 -- as investors also awaited

  • Adam Levine's Reaction To This 10-Year-Old Superfan's Panic Attack Is Actually Perfect

    In case you needed more proof that Adam Levine is a wonderful human being, his perfect reaction to this amazing 10-year-old superfan's panic attack should do the trick. Christopher Warner, who has Downs Syndrome, is such a big fan of Maroon 5 and Adam in particular that he prints off his favourite photos of the band AND slays renditions of their songs in karaoke. Understandably, when he finally came face-to-face with his idols, Christopher was a little overwhemed and sufffered a panic attack.