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  • Be French or GO HOME: Sarkozy launches scathing attack on immigration and EU’s rules

    GETTY The right-wing politician was speaking ahead of next year’s presidential election where he said the problem had to be tackled.  The former president said: “My aim is to bring back authority and defend the French Republic.”  Mr Sarkozy said that the current situation in France was “deeply grave” and that his country needed someone experienced, energetic, determined, and with authority to help it get back on its feet.  Mr Sarkozy, whose decision to run in next year's presidential election was announced on Monday, is known for his unyielding stance on immigration, and has made his intention to stop the tide coming into France very clear.  In an interview with Le Figaro yesterday, he said:

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  • Amber Rose cannot remember how many men she has slept with, admitting "I've been around the block"

    Amber Rose has dated A-list stars such as Kanye West and Wiz Khalifa, but the model admits she cannot remember how many men she has slept with in total. Rose made the comments in conversation with hip-hop star Ty Dolla Sign, a close friend of Khalifa's and her guest on Friday night's show (August 26). Amber agreed with this, claiming that the situation is made worse by the fact that men rarely satisfy women to the same degree in the bedroom.

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  • Woman in wheelchair accused of lying about disability to claim benefits

    An angry man was fuming on The Jeremy Kyle Show as he tried to prove that his former mother-in-law was lying about her disability. Taxi driver Darren barely took a breath before he launched into a rant at the host demanding an apology for the way he was treated on a previous appearance.

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  • Donald Trump tweets heartless message about Dwyane Wade's family tragedy

    Donald Trump's tweet about Dwyane Wade's family tragedy ended with a call for African-American voters to support him.

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  • The Grand Tour looks like the biggest, most exciting version of Top Gear ever

    “F*ck,” screams Richard Hammond.  “F*ck!” He’s strapped into a dune buggy dangling hundreds of feet in the air. “What the f*ck is this?” What the **** indeed. Top Gear under Clarkson, Hammond and May always believed that more was more – more power, more explosions, more everything. But with the unlimited funds of Amazon at their disposable, more is now a ****-tonne more.  Much about The Grand Tour – the trio’s comeback due for release in the Autumn – remains unknown, but producer Andy Wilman brought a snippet to show at the Edinburgh Television Festival. "This is not a trailer," he made clear, "but I put something together to show we have been busy." From this short tease, The Grand Tour looks

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  • Why Is Hope Solo's Punishment Far Worse Than Ryan Lochte's?

    The latest on Olympic scandals.​​

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  • Simon Cowell comes face-to-face with his doppelganger and a former contestant reappears on tonight's X Factor

    The auditions are in full swing, and they’re throwing up some familiar faces across the board.

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  • Family devastated as 'fit and healthy' dog dies in kennels and found ‘in faeces' by owner

    MERCURY Jonny Bayfield claims that some staff at Dogs 4 Us Manchester did not even know eight-year-old Benji was dead when he turned up on Sunday.  The dad-of-three said the venue demanded payment for Benji's stay before he had even had a chance to see the Staffordshire Bull Terrier - before finding him unattended in “disgusting” conditions.  Benji and 10-year-old Dalmatian Billy stayed at the kennels in Pendlebury, Greater Manchester, for a week while Mr Bayfield and his wife Natalie, 33, were on holiday with their sons Toby, five, Charlie, 18 months, and three-year-old daughter Mabelle.  The couple said Benji was “fit and healthy” when they left him at the kennels in Pendlebury, Greater Manchester,

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  • Mom who died saving son kept him above water until rescue

    A mother was enjoying a family boat trip across Lake Powell when she heard a scream and splash. Chelsey Russell, a 35-year-old mother of two from Lakewood, Colorado, jumped in to rescue her son. Officials with Glen Canyon National Recreation Area, which encompasses the 186-mile-long lake along the Utah-Arizona border, said the boy was in stable condition and flown to a hospital about 200 miles away in Flagstaff, Arizona, as a precaution.

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  • European Union plunged into ANOTHER CRISIS as Danish MEP resigns over identity theft claim

    GETTY Morten Messerschmidt was reported to police by a colleague after they allegedly discovered the politician has been using the signature of a female co-worker on important documents. And in the wake of the accusations, red-faced Messerschmidt has stepped down as head of the Danish People’s Party in European Parliament. He said: “I no longer feel I am the right person to be in charge. Therefore, I accept the consequences and resign as leader of the Danish People’s Party in the European Parliament.” He will remain as vice chairman and chief whip of the European Conservatives and Reformists Group, according to his spokesman Kristian Oleson. Messerschmidt was reported to police by a former colleague

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  • Novak Djokovic reveals 'private' issues were behind his Wimbledon 2016 exit

    Novak Djokovic has admitted to battling with personal and private issues during the Wimbledon, which could have been one of the reasons for his shock exit at tennis' premier tournament. The Serbian star, who was the favourite coming into the tournament, was shocked by American Sam Querrey in the third round at SW 19. The 29-year-old has revealed that certain problems in his personal life were linked to his poor performance at the Wimbledon earlier this year.

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  • See inside Britain's 'first' motorhome which is 80 years old and could be yours

    With its classic design and traditional chassis, these pictures show the handsome vehicle that could be Britain's first ever motorhome . The unique vehicle was created by naval aristocrat Captain Dunn, from Bexhill-on-Sea, who shipped a Pontiac Six chassis over from America in 1935 and engaged local coach builders to craft a bespoke home from home on the back. The early campervan has been untouched since Dunn died in the 1940s and auctioneers Bonhams expect it to make £40,000 at their Goodwood Revival sale on September 10. The sophistication of the amenities on the inside is staggering considering it was constructed 80 years ago, boasting the same facilities as a 21st century campervan.

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  • 20 Beloved Celebrities Who Said Really Awful Things (20 photos)

    It’s not just the usual crop of celebrity big mouths who have said things that have offended huge numbers of people. Even national treasures have expressed some pretty strange - and often offensive - opinions too.

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  • Ohio Prisoner Jumps to Death After Sentencing

    Authorities say a man took his own life at an eastern Ohio courthouse moments after he was sentenced to 13 years in prison. (Aug. 27)

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  • Corrie actress Tracy Brabin 'tipped' to take over Jo Cox's parliamentary seat

    Former Coronation Street actress, Tracy Brabin is reportedly being lined-up to fill murdered MP, Jo Cox's seat. The 55-year-old already has the backing of Labour, it's been claimed, and is expected to announce her bid to become the party's candidate in the Bately and Spen by-election following the tragic death of the politician in June this year. The Sun reports that Labour’s National Executive Committee will advertise the vacant position in the coming weeks, before applications are whittled down to three or four candidates.

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  • Usain Bolt: Anthony Joshua weighs in on cheating controversy as sprinter is pictured with another woman

    Following a record-breaking stint at the 2016 Rio Olympics Usain Bolt continues to dominate headlines thanks to his off-track antics, and now fellow Olympian Anthony Joshua has weighed in on cheating controversy. Bolt kicked off his 30th birthday celebration in Brazil by enjoying the company of three different women − including 20-year-old Rio student named Jady Duarte, who he was snapped kissing in bed− during a rumbustious weekend of partying. As the fallout continues, Joshua has admitted that he would hate to be in Bolt's shoes right now.

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  • Britney Spears says she felt 'awkward' on Carpool Karaoke with James Corden

    The pop superstar was the latest celebrity to James on his Late, Late show sketch.

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  • 'Let me speak!' Fiery clash as woman barks at LBC host: Article 50 will NEVER be triggered

    Sir Martin, who runs WPP, told the Evening Standard: “British business wants certainty and resolution while the government wants to string it out. “The process around Article 50 and withdrawal will last a long ti,e when, from a business point of view, people want it to be done quickly.” Jayne Adye, director of Get Britain Out, said: “We are absolutely delighted Sir Martin Sorrell has finally seen the light with his support for leaving the EU. Better late than never. “Since we voted to leave the EU business has been booming, with optimism now replacing Project Fear. “He is another one of the many business leaders who have now woken up to the possibility of global trade, rather than a little EU

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  • Dead Sea Transforms Deathly Dress Into Gorgeous Salt-Encrusted Jewel

    A gorgeous new exhibit reveals just how salty the Dead Sea is. Artist Sigalit Landau submerged a 1920s-style long, black dress in Israel's Dead Sea for two months in 2014. Landau has been inspired by the Dead Sea's unique environment for past artwork, including salt-crystal-encrusted lamps, a salty hangman's noose and a crystalline island made of shoes, according to the artist's website.

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