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  • Roger Moore’s son is a dead ringer for his father in Bond costume

    It seems the next generation of the Moore family has continued to keep the British end up, so to speak. The Daily Mail shared an image of Geoffrey Moore, 50-year old son of the third 007 actor Roger, dressed as his father for a party in Mayfair this week. Geoffrey Moore was 7 years old when his father inherited the mantle of 007 with 1973’s ‘Live and Let Die,’ going on to be the most prolific Bond actor with seven films in the role before retiring in 1985 (by which time, most would agree the then 57-year old actor was far too old for the part).

    Ben Bussey
  • Man Who Was Filmed Drowning Stepdaughter in Hotel Swimming Pool Sentenced to 100 Years

    A man who was filmed repeatedly throwing his 3-year-old step-daughter into a swimming pool, causing her to drown, has been jailed for 100 years. Surveillance footage showed the man, identified only as Jose David N., throwing the small child into the water at a hotel in the city of Morelia, in Michoacan, Mexico, in August 2015. The mother claims she found her daughter lifeless in front of the television, and had no idea she had been murdered until she saw the CCTV footage.

    Newsweek
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  • Manchester United Attempt to Offload Out-Of-Favour Midfielder in Big Money Deal

    ​Manchester United are negotiating a deal to offload out-of-favour midfielder Bastian  Schweinsteiger from his £150k-a-week contract, according to ​Squawka. The 32-year-old, who joined United for £6m last summer, has two years remaining on his current contract but Jose Mourinho has told him he no longer has a future at Old Trafford. According to Squawka's sources, the German midfielder is on £150k-a-week and demands his contract to be paid off in full if he is to depart from United before the...

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  • Prince William, Kate arrive in Canada with 2 young children

    VICTORIA, British Columbia (AP) — Little Princess Charlotte, Prince George and their parents, Prince William and Kate, arrived in Canada on Saturday for their first official trip overseas as a family of four.

    Associated Press
  • Cyclist killed 'almost instantaneously' after lorry driver failed to observe her

    SWNS Louise Wright suffered "catastrophic" injuries after she was struck by a Greene King Brewery truck being driven by Adam Haywood.  The 29-year-old cyclist had stopped at traffic lights and carried straight on when they turned green 17 seconds later.  But Haywood, 30, turned left causing "the front nearside wheel of the lorry collided with the rear wheel of the bike".  A court heard Miss Wright was killed "almost instantaneously" after her bike was pulled under the light goods vehicle and dragged along the road on July 3, 2014. Haywood, of Whitwell, Derbyshire, denied a charge of causing death by careless driving when he went on trial at Derby Crown Court yesterday. His driving was a cause

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  • Actor found slain at L.A. home of Canada TV host Stroumboulopoulos

    By Dan Whitcomb LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - An actor has been found murdered at the rented home of Canadian talk-show host George Stroumboulopoulos in the Hollywood Hills neighborhood of Los Angeles, police and the TV personality said on Friday. The body of Richard Hong, 41, was found at the house by officers responding to reports of a burglary there shortly after 2 a.m. PT (0900 GMT), said Officer Norma Eisenman, a Los Angeles Police Department spokeswoman. The Los Angeles Times, citing a coroner's spokesman, said that the victim had sustained head trauma.

    Reuters
  • Commuters accused of not moving from disabled woman's seat say they did nothing wrong

    Cat Lee/Guzelian Cat Lee said she found the men sitting in the seats she had booked for the 6.03pm train on Tuesday evening from London's King's Cross to Skipton in North Yorkshire.  The 43-year-old claimed that the men refused to move from her seats even when she explained she was disabled. Mrs Lee posted a picture of the pair on Facebook that blasted them for "not budging". One of the men shamed in the post has since come forward saying the reserved seat was no longer valid, that Mrs Lee did not claim to be disabled or appear distressed or look like she was unable to stand.  I'm sure their wives and mothers would be proud of them Cat Lee He said there was an announcement on the train stating

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  • UFO? Rogue satellite? Just what was this massive FIREBALL over London?

    “I always have a look out the window in the mornings to show my daughter the birds and noticed this strange object in the sky.  “At first I thought it was a plane that leaves a trial behind it but realised quickly it wasn’t because it was just hovering.  “There were other planes flying high near the object but the object was above the planes and was stationary.  “I observed it for around 20 minutes. I thought it might have been the Chinese Space lab [Tiangong-2, which was launched on the same day] but the launch happened at 2pm GMT.  “Personally, I’m not sure what the object was. All I know is that it had to have been a massive object to appear as big as it did in the sky.”

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  • Russell Brand gives his east London cafe to charity

    The comedian has made an unusual donation.

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  • Amy Schumer Shows off Side Boob

    Amy Schumer is in British GQ magazine’s Woman of the Year, and to celebrate the high honor, the comedian decided to free the boobs!

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  • Selfish Ronaldo must understand Madrid comes first after latest tantrum

    The Portuguese was withdrawn by Zinedine Zidane in the 72nd minute and made no effort to hide his disappointment, with Las Palmas going on to claim a draw.

    Goal.com
  • I am struggling daily, says former X Factor star Jahmene Douglas

    The singer has battled suicidal thoughts.

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  • Report: Zookeeper screamed for help before tiger attack

    FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (AP) — A zookeeper screamed for help into her radio before she was fatally attacked by a Malayan tiger, but the 350-pound animal crushed her neck before her co-workers could reach her, an autopsy report released Friday showed.

    Associated Press
  • Londoners looking to sell their prime properties face 3 years of misery

    The latest estimates from real estate agency Savills forecast falling or stagnant house price growth until mid-2019.

    CNBC
  • These are the 16 items you should own to consider yourself middle class (16 photos)

    How Middle Class are you? If you own a barbecue, Samsonite luggage, a Dyson and an Aga, then the answer is… very middle class. Etiquette expert William Hanson has published his definitive list of the items you simply must have to be considered the ultimate bourgeois. In total, there are 16. ‘The middle classes have always been known for their love of material possessions and for keeping up with their neighbours, with suburban one-upmanship taking place on a daily basis.’ he told the Telegraph.

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  • I’m sorry for women hit by pension age changes but they’re asking for too much

    I’m sorry for women hit by pension age changes but they’re asking for too much

    Telegraph
  • Brexit warning: US bank bosses from Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley and BlackRock threaten Theresa May with relocation

    There followed “frank exchanges” in which bosses warned they could not wait to discover the final outcome of the two-year Article 50 negotiations before making major investment decisions that could see thousands of UK jobs shift to Europe. “The message was clear from at least some of those present: if Theresa May cannot provide some early clarity about where the negotiations will end up, the only way to avoid that uncertainty would be a move towards Europe – there will not be time to wait,” said the City source with knowledge of the meeting. Before the June 23 vote to leave the EU, the heads of several major foreign banks including JPMorgan and UBS warned that “significant” numbers of jobs could be shipped to Europe when the impacts of Brexit became clear. Estimates of possible City job losses from a “hard Brexit” have ranged widely from 40,000 to 80,000 over the next decade, with JPMorgan and Morgan Stanley saying they could shift over 1,000 employees.

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  • Judge Rinder And Craig Revel Horwood Have Had Their First Showdown

    It’s the moment we’ve all been waiting for - Judge Rinder and Craig Revel Horwood have finally come face to face, in the first ‘Strictly Come Dancing’ live show of the series. Judge Rinder made his live ‘Strictly’ debut on Friday night (23 September) surprising everyone with his energetic moves and - we can’t believe we’re saying this - impressive bod, as he did a bare-chested Cha Cha to ‘Mercy’ by Duffy.

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  • Police launch manhunt for Leeds serial sex attacker

    Police have launched a manhunt for a serial sex attacker, who struck four times in two days. The assaults happened in the Harehills and Burmantofts areas of Leeds on Monday 5 and Tuesday 6 September.

    International Business Times