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  • Lord Alan Sugar calls Katie Hopkins an 'idiot' for going 'too far' in Twitter remarks about Cilla Black's death

    Lord Alan Sugar has hit back at former Apprentice star Katie Hopkins following remarks she posted on Twitter about people commenting on Cilla Black’s death. Lord Sugar then retweeted the comments, making it VERY clear what he thought of them. .@KTHopkins RT: understand people love Cilla.

  • 13 rarely seen photos of Marilyn Monroe

    So no, not the one of her in the white dress blowing up over the subway grate.

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  • Coronation Street: Trouble ahead for Alya in tonight's double bill

    Alya Nazir will be regretting her recent one-night stand with Jason Grimshaw when she has to deal with her infidelity in tonight’s episodes of Coronation Street. Alya, played by Sair Khan, realises that she could be pregnant following their secret tryst. Kind-hearted Sinead Tinker, played by Katie McGlynn, glances over and realised that something is bothering Alya.

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  • Rob Kardashian Shared First Instagram Photo of Himself in Months

    Rob Kardashian has emerged! The reality star shared a picture of himself on Instagram. 

  • They're married! See pictures of Declan Donnelly and Ali Astall's star-studded gathering

    It was a bright and sunny day in Newcastle as Declan Donnelly, one half of the city’s famous duo Ant and Dec, married Ali Astall as family and friends – some quite famous – watched on. Crowds gathered to catch a glimpse of all the celebs arriving at St

  • Bin Laden Plane Crash 'Doesn't Make Sense'

    A plane crash that killed three members of the bin Laden family "doesn't make sense", according to a pilot who regularly flies into Blackbushe Airport. Speaking to Sky News, Simon Moores explained how the Phenom 300 jet, which came down over a car auction site in Hampshire on Friday, "has every conceivable state-of-the-art safety function you can possibly imagine". He explained how the plane takes approximately 750m to 800m to land - but as Blackbushe's runway is 1,300m, there should have been no reason for the aircraft to overshoot as it arrived from Milan's Malpensa Airport.

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  • MH370 Conspiracy Theorists Are Seizing Upon Speculation About Diego Garcia

    As experts examine debris suspected by many to have come from missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370, conspiracy theorists are working overtime. Oceanographers have stated that if the plane did go down off the south west coast of Australia, then the Western Australian currents could have taken the debris north and feasibly have carried it on a 15-18 month journey towards Madagascar.

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  • EastEnders viewers up in arms over offensive word

    EastEnders viewers were up in arms after Carol Jackson used offensive language before the watershed. The soap character, played by Lindsey Coulson, called her brother Max Branning (Jake Wood) a "bastard" at 19.58 during the latest episode of the BBC One

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  • Remove illegals or face up to five years in jail, landlords told

    New measures to enable private landlords to evict illegal immigrants without a court order have been announced, in the latest government effort to demonstrate a hard line amid concern about migrants breaching security at the Channel Tunnel. Landlords who fail to remove illegal immigrants who do not have the right to live in the UK - or who do not carry out checks on their status before renting out properties - could face up to five years in jail, said Communities Secretary Greg Clark. The measures will be included in the Government's upcoming Immigration Bill, with the aim of making it more difficult for migrants to live in the UK after their visas have expired or applications for asylum have been rejected.

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  • Football - Jose Mourinho praises Arsenal for parking the bus

    Wenger denied, however, that he was giving up on his usual attacked-minded approach to football after frustrating many Arsenal fans for years by prioritising stylish play even though it did not produce much silverware. A rare win over Chelsea, in the English season's traditional curtain-raiser, was sealed by Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain's fine goal after 24 minutes. "In some parts during the game, we tried just to protect our lead," Wenger told reporters.

  • The new look Mickey Rourke, acting legend, was spotted out and about this week with yet another drastic new look. His chiseled face, designer stubble and new ‘do make him look completely different to the actor who became a pin-up in the 80s. (Image Credit: Wenn) (11 photos)

    The new look Mickey Rourke, acting legend, was spotted out and about this week with yet another drastic new look. His chiseled face, designer stubble and new ‘do make him look completely different to the actor who became a pin-up in the 80s. (Image Credit

  • Rebecca Adlington shares smiling photo of baby Summer

    Becky, as she is known by her friends, perfectly captioned the adorable photo with three heart-shaped emoticons. The new mum and her personal trainer husband Harry Needs welcomed their daughter, and their first child, seven weeks ago.

  • Man accused of decapitating wife leaves hospital for jail

    A man accused of decapitating his wife and their pet dogs before mutilating himself has gone from a hospital bed to a jail cell, authorities said Sunday. Phoenix police identified Kenneth Dale Wakefield as the man who has spent nearly a week recovering from self-inflicted wounds. Wakefield, 43, remained in a county lockup on $2 million bail after being booked on one count of first-degree murder and two counts of animal cruelty.

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  • 'Once in a blue moon' - Watch out for rare lunar event happening tonight

    For the first time in three years, a blue moon will be visible tonight. Making the lunar event even more impressive is that fact that tonight's moon is also a 'supermoon' - a term describing the moon when it is as close to Earth as its orbit allows. The phenomenon means that tonight's moon will be bigger and brighter than usual. Like the phrase suggests, blue moons are not every day occurrences, as Ken Kennedy, a director at the British Astronomical Association, explains.

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  • How Top Gear fans reacted to Jeremy Clarkson, James May and Richard Hammond signing a deal with Amazon

    It’s a NO for the name, a YES for Andy Wilman’s involvement and a HELL YES that the trio are back. We’re talking about how Top Gear fans reacted to the news that the trio have signed a deal with Amazon. Right. About to do my last ever lap of the Top

  • Rodgers hails 'incredible' Benteke in Liverpool win

    Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers hailed new signing Christian Benteke after his wonder goal set the Premier League giants on their way to victory at third-tier Swindon Town in their final pre-season friendly on Sunday. $50.7 million dollars) arrival from top-flight rivals Aston Villa last month -- scored a spectacular 20-yard volley just after half-time as Liverpool triumphed 2-1 at the County Ground. "Christian's goal was incredible, whether it was a pre-season friendly or in a league or cup game.

  • Chloe Madeley shows off her toned body as she boasts that fitness helps 'in the bedroom'

    Chloe Madeley has showed off her super-toned body in a photo shoot for Fabulous Magazine, in which she recreated a classic shot of Grace Jones. Photographed in nothing but a tiny crop top and a knee support, Chloe paid homage to singer Grace Jones’ iconic pose on the cover of her 1985 album, Island Life.

  • David Cameron 'unsure and inexperienced', Hillary Clinton told

    A key confidant of US presidential candidate Hillary Clinton told her David Cameron was "unsure, inexperienced, oblique and largely uncommitted" on foreign policy, it has been revealed. The assessment came from Sidney Blumenthal in 2009, shortly before Mr Cameron became Prime Minister, and was contained in an email from a private system used by Mrs Clinton when she was US secretary of state. Other messages describe London mayor Boris Johnson as "the Tory clown prince" and describe efforts by Gordon Brown and Ed Balls to prevent David Miliband from inheriting the Labour leadership as being "like the Tudors", The Times said.

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  • Snake in the Grass! Huge Everglades Python Shows Invasive Issue

    A giant python — about as long as a shipping container — that was captured in Everglades National Park in Florida earlier this month has now been euthanized, authorities say. The accidental finding of this snake shows how easily even huge pythons can remain hidden in Florida's swampy south, experts say. The creature weighed a whopping 133 lbs. (60 kilograms), and at 18-feet, 3-inches (5.6 meters), was almost as long as the largest python ever captured in the state of Florida, which was 18-feet, 8-inches long (5.7 meters).
  • Bobby Brown's sister vows family feud is just beginning

    Bobby Brown's sister vowed the family feud was "far from over" between their family and the late Whitney Houston's kin during the memorial service for her niece, Bobbi Kristina Brown. A frustrated Leolah Brown walked out of the St. James United Methodist Church in Alpharetta on Saturday and spoke to reporters gathered outside. "I told her that Whitney is going to haunt her from the grave," Leolah Brown told reporters outside the church.

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