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  • Chanelle Hayes admits she has gained 2.5 stone after binge eating

    In an interview with Closer magazine, the 27-year-old said that binge-eating and a drink-induced back injury was the reason for her putting on two and a half stone. 'When I've lost the weight, I'd like to try bodybuilding - I like the muscly look.

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  • Grange Hill actor is found dead

    Grange Hill actor Terry Sue-Patt has died aged 50. The actor found fame as Benny Green on the hit BBC children's show about a secondary school and went on to star in nearly 30 episodes between 1978 and 1982 alongside EastEnders star Todd Carty. He

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  • Neighbours Club Together To Buy Furniture For Sikh Who Removed Turban to Save Boy

    Neighbours have clubbed together to reward a Sikh man who found international fame after he broke religious rules to save a little boy’s life. Harman Singh made headlines around the world when he took off his turban to help little Daejon Pahia, 6, who had been hit by a car. Singh’s flatmate Ravi clubbed together with local furniture outlet Big Save Furniture to provide some home comforts.

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  • Gay Lovers Discover They're Actually Half-Brothers After TV DNA Test

    This is the shock moment two gay lovers were left devastated when they found out they're brothers. It then emerged that Paul also shared the same surname as Ron, and that Lee had a half-brother he never knew about. Lee and Paul appeared on the Jeremy Kyle show see the results of a DNA test - and were distraught to find out they're actually related.

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  • Kylie Minogue Is Left Speechless At This Graham Norton Show Audience Member's Brutal Request

    Kylie Minogue has just won the award for priceless reaction of the day, thanks to this Graham Norton Show audience member's mean request. Jessica Ball had pied off her date with Thomas Hewitt to come and watch Kylie, 46, on last week's Graham Norton Show.

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  • ‘Sorry to hear about your cancer, but maybe it’s the will of God’

    Columnist with the Irish Times Una Mullally has been a prominent voice for the Yes vote in the upcoming marriage referendum. She recently wrote a widely-shared personal column about being diagnosed with cancer two months ago, and how she felt embarrassed

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  • Kerry Katona Is 'Distraught' After Four Of Her Children Are Involved In 'Traumatic Car Crash'

    Kerry Katona has been left 'distraught' after four of her children were involved in what's being called a 'traumatic car crash'. It's reported that the children were travelling in the car with their nanny when another vehicle crashed into them, although

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  • Why have Cadbury's Roses changed their wrappers?

    The US owner of Cadbury is now called Mondelez – the confectionery business of Kraft was split out into a separate company in 2012 – and has already sparked scandal among chocolate traditionalists by replacing Dairy Milk for a cheaper chocolate on its Creme Eggs, rounding the corners on Dairy Milk bars, and axing its chocolate coins. Tony Bilsborough at Cadbury says: “We’ve changed the wrapping simply because of the quality of twist wrap was just not up to scratch. Yes I was able to open the new ones with ease and there was no sign of flow wrappers’ notorious impenetrability.

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  • Fearne Cotton Leaves Radio One: Her Career In Pictures (22 photos)

    As Fearne Cotton bids farewell to Radio One after ten years on the air, we take a look back at her Children's TV presenting beginnings all the way through to today. 1998: After winning a nationwide search for the next Disney Show presenter, Fearne lands

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  • Hugh Jackman tells Americans: Vegemite, you're doing it wrong

    Finally, someone has set the world straight on how to eat the Australian spread Vegemite.

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  • Mark Wright And Michelle Keegan Get Married THIS WEEKEND: A Look Inside The £1M Bash

    Yes boys and girls, it's finally the weekend you've all been waiting for: the most important in the year and potentially the millennium – the wedding of Mark Wright and Michelle Keegan is upon us! The pair have been UBER-secretive about the whole affair, after landing a whopping £1.2 million pound deal with Hello! Magazine - meaning that getting any sneaky snaps of Carol Wright doing the conga is going to be a nigh-on impossible task. Speaking to The Mirror, a source said: "The venue Mark and Michelle have chosen is incredibly posh – it’s like somewhere Lady Edith would get married.

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  • David Cameron announces tough new immigration laws

    David Cameron insisted that his ambition remains to dramatically reduce net migration despite official figures showing the number had soared.

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  • BBC 'considered axing Hammond'

    Former Top Gear executive producer Andy Wilman has had a dig at what he called the BBC's "Meddling Department" and told how his bosses considered axing Richard Hammond. Wilman quit the long-running TV series in the wake of Jeremy Clarkson's departure and the BBC plans to relaunch Top Gear with new presenters.

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  • Fears For Missing Teen Last Seen With Man, 51

    Police are growing increasingly concerned for a missing schoolgirl who was last seen with a 51-year-old man a week ago. Kaylie Hatton, 16, climbed out of a window at her grandmother's home in Sidcup, Kent, in the early hours last Saturday. She is thought

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  • Eleven Arrested After Body Found In Shed

    Police have arrested 11 people on suspicion of murder after a man's body was found in a shed in Birmingham. "We are currently treating his death as suspicious and we took swift action to arrest 11 people at the scene - who we believe were known to the man - on suspicion of his murder," he said.

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  • 'I wanted my fans to be the first to know…' Ola Jordan addresses pregnancy rumours

    After attending Lorraine's High Street Fashion Awards with husband James, the pretty blonde was forced to deny she was expecting. It seems some people had questioned Ola's possibility of expecting after she posed for photos at the London event wearing a clingy blue maxi dress. The Strictly Come Dancing star showed off her enviable curves and bust in the colourful number, and was also sporting a slight bump - which is why many thought Ola was pregnant. Before Strictly confirmed last month that the dancer would be returning to the BBC show, Ola spoke to OK!

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  • TWO MONTH trek to freedom for woman who fled North Korean coal mine

    A 23-year-old woman condemned to a life working down North Korea's coal mines for 15 hours a day has revealed how she faced crocodiles, dodged human traffickers and climbed across mountains during her two-month flight to safety. Sharon Jang trekked for more than 2,300 miles – a distance further than the entire length of Europe - to escape the secretive state.

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  • Rail firm 'sorry' for announcement

    A rail company has apologised after customers complained about a "shocking" announcement made on the loudspeaker about a death on the line. Passengers aboard the 16.36 First Great Western service from Paddington to Plymouth were reportedly left cringing after being told the reason for the delay. Esmee Phillips, tweeted her disgust, saying that she was "furious" at what she had heard.

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  • Immigration: What You Need To Know

    :: Immigration – is it a problem? Net migration (the number of people coming in to the country minus the number leaving) is at a record high. Office for National Statistics figures show net migration at 318,000 for 2014 - the highest level for a calendar year since records began in 1970.

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  • After week in jail, Florida mom agrees to son's circumcision

    A Florida woman's yearslong battle with her child's father over the boy's circumcision ended Friday after she agreed to the procedure in exchange for her release from jail. In a remarkable turnaround after a week behind bars for contempt and an initial hearing in which she was ordered to remain jailed, court reconvened and a sobbing Heather Hironimus signed paperwork giving approval for the 4-year-old boy's surgery, recoiling in tears and clasping her shackled hands after it was done. The shift, though under duress, threatened the hero status given to Hironimus by a bubbling movement of anti-circumcision advocates who have followed the case's every turn.

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