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  • Kim Kardashian, Cheryl Fernandez-Versini, Taylor Swift, Cara Delevingne And Other Celebrities Wade Into The Dress Debate

    If you've been anywhere near Twitter today, you probably will have noticed just about everyone talking about #TheDress. Yep, THE DRESS that has divided the likes of Kim Kardashian, Cheryl Fernandez-Versini and Taylor Swift over whether it's blue and black or white and gold. As is pretty much the whole of Twitter, who have already made a hundred and one memes about the whole drama.

  • Why Tottenham legend Jimmy Greaves will not attend the Capital One Cup final against Chelsea - Telegraph

    Telegraph Sport had a request to speak to Greaves about his decision not to go to games turned down, but theories linger around Tottenham that he has never fully forgiven the club for the manner of his departure 45 years ago. Greaves has made no secret of the fact that he was unhappy with way he felt he was forced out of Spurs to West Ham United in 1970 as part of the deal that took Martin Peters to White Hart Lane. Having celebrated his 75th on February 20, Greaves turned down the latest invitation from Tottenham to be a guest of honour for the game against West Ham, which took place two days later. q
  • Scarlett Johansson: Nothing 'Creepy or Inappropriate' About John Travolta

    Scarlett Johansson has come to John Travolta's defense after a picture of him greeting her on the red carpet at the Oscars became an Internet meme. "There is nothing at all strange, creepy or inappropriate about John Travolta," Johansson said in a statement to the Associated Press.

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  • US-led strikes on IS after group seizes 220 Christians

    The US-led coalition has carried out air strikes against the Islamic State group in northeastern Syria, where the jihadists have launched a new offensive and kidnapped 220 Assyrian Christians. The raids on Thursday struck areas around the town of Tal Tamr in Hasakeh province, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said, without giving information on possible casualties. The town remains under the control of Kurdish forces, but at least 10 surrounding villages have been seized by IS, along with the captives.

  • Cliff Richard investigation: 'More allegations' as investigation 'increases significantly in size'

    The police investigation into Sir Cliff Richard has ‘increased significantly in size’ since its inception and involves ‘more than one allegation’, South Yorkshire’s Chief Constable has revealed. David Crompton said the ‘expanding nature’ of the investigation meant he could not give a date when it would be concluded. In a letter to Keith Vaz, chairman of the Commons Home Affairs Select Committee, Mr Crompton said the force was in regular contact with Sir Cliff’s lawyers.

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  • Madonna suffered whiplash in fall

    Madonna has revealed she suffered whiplash injuries in her fall on stage at the Brit Awards. The 56-year-old star, whose tumble has become a viral hit online, said the Armani cape she was wearing was tied too tight because choreographers did not want

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  • Putin: Ukraine Gas Cut-Off 'Smacks Of Genocide'

    Russia's President Vladimir Putin has claimed that Kiev's decision to suspend gas supplies to parts of eastern Ukraine "smacks of genocide". Speaking in televised comments, Mr Putin accused Ukraine of exacerbating the "humanitarian catastrophe" in the country's east. "It's not enough that there's already hunger there, and the OSCE (Organisation for Security and Co-operation in Europe) has reported a humanitarian catastrophe, but then to switch off their gas supplies too," he said.

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  • Muslim women's rights campaigner writes powerful letter to young girls considering joining Isis

    A Muslim women’s rights has penned a powerful and letter to all young Muslim women who are considering fleeing their homes to join Isis. Sara Khan, a Muslim herself, has urged young women not to be fooled by the ‘lies’ told by Isis, and says her only intention is to warn them that they are being misled by a ‘poisonous narrative of Islam’. Citing the promises made by Isis that women living under their rule get homes, husbands and protection, Ms Khan instead reiterates the words of the Islamic State leaders that women are ‘second class citizens’ who should remain ‘hidden from society’.

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  • Labour sets out its raid on pensions: how you should adjust your savings plans

    What are Labour's plans for pensions? Labour has for some time said they will scrap the "additional rate" taxpayers’ 45pc relief. This plan involves cutting back tax relief for very high earners - those earning over £150,000 so that they only qualify for 20pc tax relief.

  • 9 terrible things that happened at the Brits: Madonna, Lewis Hamilton and Jimmy Carr - Telegraph

    Awkward presenting, terrible jokes and Madonna being pulled offstage by her own cape: the worst things that happened at the Brits q
  • British tourist 'trips over sleeping flight attendant' on BA flight

    A British holidaymaker has received £2,000 in compensation – from her own lawyer – after she claimed she tripped over a sleeping flight attendant on a British Airways flight. Shaunna Baynes, from Dagenham, east London, received the payout from her solicitor as an apology after he missed a deadline to bring court proceedings against the Heathrow-based carrier.

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  • 'Jihadi John' from Islamic State beheading videos unmasked as Londoner

    By Michael Holden and Mark Hosenball LONDON/WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The masked "Jihadi John" killer who fronted Islamic State beheading videos has been identified as Mohammed Emwazi, a British computer programming graduate from a well-to-do London family who was known to the security services. The black-clad militant brandishing a knife and speaking with an English accent was shown in videos released by Islamic State (IS) apparently decapitating hostages including Americans, Britons and Syrians. The 26-year-old militant used the videos to threaten the West, admonish its Arab allies and taunt President Barack Obama and British Prime Minister David Cameron before petrified hostages cowering in orange jump suits. Two U.S. government sources who spoke on condition of anonymity confirmed to Reuters that investigators believed Jihadi John was Emwazi.

  • Tyra Banks pays tribute to late reality show star

    Tyra Banks pays tribute to late reality show star | Latest News - TYRA BANKS has paid tribute to a former AMERICA'S NEXT TOP MODEL contestant who was found dead on Tuesday (24Feb15).

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  • 'What Colour Is This Dress?' Debate Swamps Web

    A picture of a two-tone dress has gone viral after it prompted a fierce debate over whether it was white and gold - or blue and black. The debate is focused on whether the dress is white and gold striped or blue and black, with equal numbers appearing to see each. Kim Kardashian tweeted: "What color is that dress?

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  • Comet to be visible from Earth after surviving encounter with sun

    An unusual comet that is unlike anything seen before by scientists is expected to become visible from Earth in the coming weeks. Nasa and the European Space Agency's Solar and Heliospheric Observatory, also called SOHO, spotted the comet as it skimmed past the sun. The is not thought to belong to any known family of comets and scientists have been left baffled as to how it survived its close encounter with the sun.

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  • Indonesia's Executions: Drugs Diplomacy in a Diplomatic Crisis?

    All diplomatic efforts earlier this month to save Brazilian and Dutch citizens from execution in Indonesia failed. The harrowing final hours of Marco Archer Cardoso Moreira have since been revealed. Australia has been told that two of its citizens face imminent execution and nationals of the United Kingdom and elsewhere must now be losing hope. Indonesian Attorney General Muhammad Prasetyo has said that 'nothing whatsoever' will stop the executions of Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran, two of the so-called Bali Nine.

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  • Prosecutor: Mom craved attention, poisoned child with salt

    WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. (AP) — A woman accused of force feeding her 5-year-old son salt through a stomach tube reveled in the attention that a sickly child brought her, a prosecutor said Thursday at her trial.

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  • Train returns to China from Spain on the world's longest rail route

    The railways, dubbed the new 'silk route' connects the coastal Chinese town of Yiwu with Madrid, passing through Kazakhstan, Russia, Belarus, Poland, Germany, and France.

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  • Windows 10: release date, price, news and features

    Update: Following the January 21 event, check out our post-event chats with Microsoft execs, like CEO Satya Nadella sharing his thoughts on the nitty gritty of Windows 10, which you can read below. With Windows 8 and now Windows 8.1, Microsoft tried – not entirely successfully – to make tablets part of a continuum that goes from number-crunching workstations and high-end gaming rigs through all-in-one touchscreen media systems and thin-and light notebooks down to slender touch tablets. Recently, Microsoft publicly made the first steps to doing just that, with Windows 10. Microsoft's Windows 10 Technical Preview is available through its Windows Insider Program website.

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  • If you think Britain’s corrupt now, watch what happens if we ban second jobs for MPs

    Last year, I had an exchange with Hugo Rifkind on Twitter in which I bet him dinner at Clarke’s that his father would stand down before the next election. My reasoning was that, at the age of 68, his dad wouldn’t want to serve another five years in the Commons and would be happier in the Lords. Rifkind has a majority of 8,616, which makes it a safe seat, and it’s only a 15-minute cycle ride from my house. Ed Miliband has already said that he intends to ban them from taking second jobs if Labour wins in May, and he may well succeed in bouncing David Cameron into making a similar commitment.

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