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  • Rowan Atkinson Steps Out With 32-Year-Old Girlfriend, Louise Ford, For A Romantic Lunch Date

    Rowan Atkinson, who you may also know as iconic TV character Mr. Bean, stepped out for a loved up lunch date with girlfriend Louise Ford yesterday afternoon. The couple raised eyebrows when they were first pictured together back in April last year due to the rather large age gap, with 60-year-old Rowan nearly thirty years older than 32-year-old Louise, but the two looked happier than ever to be in eachother's company and proved that their relationship is still fighting fit. Shortly before they were spotted for the first time, Rowan split from his wife of 23 years, Sunetra Sastry, who he met way back in his Blackadder days when she was working as a make-up artist and has two children with - Lily and Benjamin.

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  • Lily Allen serenades Monaco’s elite in ‘very funny’ Chanel dress - Telegraph

    Singer Lily Allen has had the good fortune of being dressed in numerous Chanel gowns creations especially for her (including her wedding dress, which she once managed to misplace) but perhaps none have been as tongue-in-cheek as the one she sported this weekend. Hired as the star performer at the annual Bal de la Rose in Monte Carlo, Monaco, the 29-year-old's outfit honoured the name of the charity fundraiser quite literally.

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  • Germanwings A320 plane crash in French Alps, in pictures

    The Germanwings A320 passenger jet carrying 144 passengers and six crew crashed in a remote area of the French Alps as it flew from Barcelona to Dusseldorf

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  • Alps Crash Final Moments Revealed As DNA Found

    More details of the final moments of Germanwings Flight 4U 9525 have emerged as investigators find the DNA of more than half the victims of the crash. A summary of the transcript of recordings from the voice recorder on board the aircraft reveals co-pilot Andreas Lubitz began the descent after the captain left to cockpit. He then tells Lubitz he has not had time to go to the toilet before departure, to which the co-pilot replies he can go "at any time".

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  • Benefits Street cast 'lost everything'

    One of the stars of controversial show Benefits Street has said the cast have “lost everything” since it was first broadcast. Deirdre Kelly, better known as White Dee, said it had made Birmingham’s James Turner Street, where the show was filmed, into a “tourist attraction”. “This documentary turned our street into a tourist attraction.

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  • EXCLUSIVE: Thousands of migrants DUMPED on Britain as French wriggle out of border promise

    Officials have vowed to do “everything in their power” to wriggle out of a treaty moving the UK border to Calais. The besieged town’s mayor Natacha Bouchart is prepared to spark a major diplomatic row by opening the frontier to a fresh wave of refugees who want to start a new life here. In an exclusive interview, her deputy told the Daily Express she was redoubling efforts to quit the Le Touquet Treaty, stationing British border security at French ferry terminals. If the treaty, signed in 2003, is scrapped, they would be free to cross the 21-mile English Channel, raising the spectre of scores of squalid camps along the South Coast.

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  • ISIS children take centre stage in jihadists' latest sick propaganda

    The clip was posted on social media today, and said the eight men were beheaded in the central Syrian province of Hama.

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  • Ground Force's Tommy Walsh returns to TV after a 10-year hiatus

    After a ten-year break from the spotlight Tommy Walsh is set to make his much anticipated return to TV. Hackney-born builder Tommy rose to fame in the early Nineties alongside Alan Titchmarsh and Charlie Dimmock.

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  • Man Dies Trying To Save Brother After Tube Fall

    A man has died on the London Underground after being hit by a train as he tried to save his brother. The 35-year-old from London was trying to pull his 32-year-old brother to safety at Old Street station when they were both struck. The older sibling was taken to the Royal London Hospital with serious injuries but died a short time later.

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  • Justin Bieber Forgets His Words On Stage With Ariana Grande And Apologises To The Crowd

    Justin Bieber was left ever so slightly red-faced after he was forced to apologise in front of thousands of people after forgetting the words to Ariana Grande's song when he joined her on stage at her Honeymoon tour. The 21-year-old, who is in the midst of trying to reform his bad boi image, surprised Ariana while she was performing at the American Airlines Arena for the Miami leg of her hit tour on Saturday, with the duo meaning to perform her hit single 'Love Me Harder'. Unfortunately, the Biebs' memory let him down and what followed was Ariana singing the song while Justin kinda bumbled around awkwardly, telling the audience when the track finished: "I feel a little bad, I forgot the words!

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  • Katie Piper Thanks Fans For Their Support After Being Hospitalised Following Acid Attack Surgery

    A very poorly Katie Piper has reached out to thank her supporters after she was left hospitalised following complications from a throat operation. Katie's oesophagus was torn earlier this month when she was undergoing surgery to have scar tissue removed after a 2008 acid attack, with the tear causing her extreme pain, vomiting, and resulted in her losing a stone in just two weeks.

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  • Kingfisher to close 60 B&Q stores in Britain

    Kingfisher , Europe's biggest home improvement retailer, said on Tuesday it planned to close about 60 underperforming B&Q stores in Britain as the group posted a 7.5 percent fall in annual profit. The store closures form part of new Chief Executive Veronique Laury's plan to shake-up the group. B&Q currently trades from 360 stores and the planned closures will represent about 15 percent of the chain's space.

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  • British Couple Shot Dead In Benidorm Villa

    A murder investigation has been launched after a British couple were found shot dead in their villa near Benidorm. Sky News Crime Correspondent Martin Brunt said the couple, aged 77 and named by Spanish police as Peter and Jean Tarsey, were found dead in the villa in Xalo at around 4pm on Sunday. The Guardia Civil said post-mortem examinations have not yet been completed, but they are believed to have been killed in the last few days.

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  • British Soldier Killed At Miami Music Festival

    A British soldier has been killed while attending a music festival on holiday in Miami. Private Shaun Cole, from Edinburgh, is thought to have been at the Ultra Music Festival with friends. The Army confirmed the death of Pte Cole, who served in the 1st Battalion, The Royal Regiment of Scotland (1SCOTS).

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  • The truth behind the RAF mission to smash ISIS

    The RAF has spent £37million on bombing raids in its mission to smash ISIS and bring Jihadi John's network to its knees. An investigation by MailOnline has unveiled the grand scale of the military effort against the terrorist group, including more than 100 airstrikes and 195 missiles fired.

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  • Madame Tussauds has melted down Jimmy Savile’s ‘evil’ waxwork

    Madame tussauds has confirmed the waxwork it had of perverted child abuser Jimmy Savile has been destroyed. The Express reports there had been calls for the work to be moved from storage into the Chamber of Horrors, along with figures like Adolf Hitler. Victim Alison Pink said he might “be too evil even for there”.

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  • Amal Clooney and George Clooney enjoy stylish dinner date in New York

    The international lawyer once again turned heads as she stepped out with her husband for a double dinner date at the weekend.

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  • Hopkins Reported To Police Over Race Hate Claim

    Katie Hopkins has been reported to the police over claims she may have incited racial hatred in Rochdale. The reality TV star and newspaper columnist has been accused by Labour MP Simon Danczuk of sending tweets suggesting Pakistani men in the Lancashire town were child abusers. In 2012, nine men from Rochdale who ran a child exploitation ring - eight of whom were of Pakistani origin - were jailed for offences including rape and conspiracy to engage in sexual activity with a child.

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  • Club-by-club guide to the Premier League's financial health

    There is a grand total of £2.5billion of debt spread around the Premier League clubs. Here, Sportsmail's Nick Harris breaks down the stats so you can see exactly how your club are getting on...

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  • Putin letter to Arab summit triggers strong Saudi attack

    By Yara Bayoumy and Mahmoud Mourad SHARM EL-SHEIKH, Egypt (Reuters) - Saudi Arabia accused Russian President Vladimir Putin of hypocrisy on Sunday, telling an Arab summit that he should not express support for the Middle East while fuelling instability by supporting Syrian leader Bashar al-Assad. In a rare move, Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi announced that a letter from Putin would be read out to the gathering in Egypt, where Arab leaders discussed an array of regional crises, including conflicts in Syria, Yemen and Libya. "We support the Arabs' aspirations for a prosperous future and for the resolution of all the problems the Arab world faces through peaceful means, without any external interference," Putin said in the letter.

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