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  • 16 celebrities who forgot they were at the Grammys

    And basically wore the most outrageous outfits they could find...

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  • Leicester Fan Cashes Out Early After 5,000/1 Premier League Title Bet

    ​In recent weeks we've heard of several loyally optimistic Leicester fans who placed summer bets on their team to win the Premier League in 2015/16 when the odds were a staggering 5,000/1. Now that the Foxes are clear at the top with just 13 games to go and another fixture against Arsenal which could take them yet closer to the impossible dream by Sunday afternoon, the chance of winning many thousands of pounds is becoming quite real for these lucky few. But rather than wait for a possible...

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  • Pippa Middleton stuns as she attends British Heart Foundation ball

    Pippa Middleton looked effortlessly glamorous as she attended the British Heart Foundation's Roll Out The Red ball on Thursday night. A very tanned Pippa, who is an ambassador for the charity, wore her brunette locks in a side bun with one strand down as she prepared herself to host the glamorous event. As well as Kate Middleton's sister, Natasha Kaplinsky and Lord Jeffrey Archer will host the annual fundraising ball, which is taking place at The Savoy to celebrate Heart Month and raise vital funds for groundbreaking research.

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  • WATCH: Jaw-dropping moment a Tesco worker loses the plot and ATTACKS shoppers

    The fracas was allegedly triggered by a mispriced item on the shelf as the employee angrily attempts to take the mobile from the filmmaker, believed to be Wasiq Hussaini. The student claimed he was forced to go to hospital following the altercation in the 26-second clip. IG The fracas was allegedly triggered by a mispriced item on the shelf as the employee angrily attempts to take the mobile from the filmmaker, believed to be Wasiq Hussaini. The student claimed he was forced to go to hospital following the altercation in the 26-second clip. A security guard is blocking the pair coming to blows as the enraged worker shouts “this guy” and swings for the shopper. The worker appears to call the filmmaker

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  • Why Do Severed Feet Keep Washing Up On America’s West Coast?

    16 human feet - all wearing shoes - have washed up on north America’s west coast since 2007. The detached extremities have been found in British Columbia, Canada, and Washington state in the US, with the latest being discovered on Botanical Beach, Vancouver Island, earlier this week. The Coroners Service has been confirmed that the remains are human, and it’s hoped that DNA testing will identify the deceased.

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  • Not so incy wincy: spider kills snake in Outback duel

    A plucky little spider has once again proved that size doesn't matter by taking on -- and beating -- a much larger venomous snake, in a very Australian telling of the story of David and Goliath.

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  • Jersey refugee ban: How the Channel Islanders turned their backs on Syrian families

    With street names in St Helier like Havre Des Pas, Rue de L'Est and La Colomberie resonating with many languages spoken by those who walk them, Jersey is no stranger to foreign influences. In fact, people from all over Europe, and further afield, call this Channel Island home. It is a debate being heard throughout Europe as the continent tries to deal with the biggest refugee crisis since the Second World War.

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  • Justin Bieber Is Worried He Will ‘Damage’ Hailey Baldwin

    Justin Bieber wasted no time in confirming his romance with Hailey Baldwin earlier this year, taking to his Instagram page to share a photo of himself sharing a smooch with the gorge nineteen-year-old model.

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  • Aldi warns rival UK supermarkets that they will not be able to match its new price cuts

    Aldi has pledged deep price cuts on its products. It has even warned other UK supermarket chains that they will not be able to match its low prices after these cuts are implemented. "I wanted to set the record straight that we will never be beaten on price — that is cast in stone," Matthew Barnes, chief executive at Aldi, said.

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  • Posh And Becks ‘To Live Apart For Six Months’

    David and Victoria Beckham will reportedly spend more than six months of 2016 apart due to their separate work commitments.

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  • Protests support Brisbane hospital's refusal to release asylum baby

    Supporters gathered in front of a hospital in Brisbane Australia where doctors are refusing to release a baby girl to face deportation. Julie Noce reports.

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  • Have UFO Hunters Just Spotted An Alien Ship Orbiting An Asteroid?

    A huge asteroid which sailed safely past Earth had an unusual hitchhiker - which internet conspiracy fans claim is clearly an alien spacecraft. The tiny, disc-like object was observed using a massive radar array, NASA’s Deep Space Network in Goldstone California. Tireless alien hunter Scott C Waring of UFO Sightings Daily says, ‘Below, you see the close up view of the UFO that is orbiting asteroid 2004 BL86 right now.

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  • Snap! These Identical Tube Passengers Amazed Everyone On The Underground

    Londoners are used to seeing strange sights on the Tube, but a pair of middle-aged passenger who not only look alike, but also appear to be wearing identical outfits is more unusual a sight than most. 

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  • Retro ‘60s Property That Hasn’t Been Touched In 50 Years Up For Sale (12 photos)

    With its psychedelic floral wallpaper, dark wooden panels and retro patterned carpets, it’s easy to see why this home was crowned ‘House of the Year’ at the Ideal Home Show in 1967. And the property hasn’t been touched since - even the kitchen and bathroom fittings haven’t had an update and the unique exterior staircase stands intact. The four-bedroom home in Birmingham is now going under the hammer, and is expected to fetch up to £240,000. Whether the new owners decide to bring it up to date or stick with the vintage style remains to be seen.

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  • Manchester United News: £500 Million Revenue Forecast Despite Concerns over Louis Van Gaal Performance

    Manchester United expects its revenue for 2016 to climb to £500 million, despite concerns over its performance on the pitch. The club posted Louis Van Gaal, who has been forced since Christmas to deny that he is considering leaving the club before his contract expires at the end of the 2016-17 season. In January, Herbert Hainer, chief executive of one of the club’s principal sponsors Adidas,  complained that though business with United was “going well,” the sportswear giant was unimpressed with the team’s performance on the pitch.

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  • Andrew Blades tried to stop motorcyclists riding toward his colleagues and was convicted for dangerous driving

    A special constable who used his patrol car as a barrier to block men on motorbikes who were riding towards him and his colleagues has lost his job as a driving instructor and been left with a criminal record. Rather than be hailed as a hero, Andrew Blades, 38, was supervising two other special constables on an anti-social behaviour patrol in Bury in May last year when, at around 10.00pm, they came across two motorcyclists who were speeding toward him and his colleagues. Mr Blades swung his patrol car across the road to block the bikes’ path to his companion. The bike then skidded into the police car and the rider and his passenger suffered cuts and bruises. An investigation was launched by traffic police and Andrew was hauled to court and convicted of dangerous driving, which ultimately led to him losing his driving instructor job. It has since transpired that one motorcyclist was uninsured and the other was unlicensed. Mr Blades had volunteered with Lancashire constabulary for 6 years and had an 'unblemished' record. A spokesperson for Lancashire Constabulary said:

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  • Girl's Running Death Grandmother Dies In Prison

    Joyce Hardin Garrard was serving life without parole when she collapsed at the Alabama women's state prison. The cause of death wasn't immediately available, but her lawyer Dani Bone said Garrard is thought to have suffered a heart attack. Garrard was convicted last year of killing 9-year-old Savannah Hardin by making her run as a punishment for telling a lie about eating sweets.

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  • Uber: London black cab demo brings traffic chaos to city

    Not for the first time, drivers of London’s iconic black cabs took their Uber-focused grievances to the heart of the capital on Wednesday, using their vehicles to bring traffic to a standstill for several hours outside the Houses of Parliament and surrounding area. Around 8,000 drivers took part in the protest, the organizers said. The cabbies insist they don’t want to drive Uber out of town, but say it should face the same strict regulations as those imposed on the capital’s taxi industry. Indeed, the same issue has caused similar protests against Uber in many cities around the world in recent years as the authorities responsible try to work out how best to deal with such “sharing economy” businesses, which also include the likes of Uber-rival Lyft and accommodation-finder Airbnb. Related: Still fighting Uber, London cabbies launch $850K crowdfunding campaign for legal battle Much of the London cabbies’ anger is directed toward Transport for London (TfL), the transportation authority responsible for regulating the city’s taxi industry. Ever since Uber rolled into town in 2012, the black-cab drivers have said repeatedly that TfL gives the company an easy ride, creating conditions that it says threaten not only their livelihoods, but passenger safety, too. Fighting to stay on the road, Uber often claims it’s not a taxi service but a technology company with an app that connects drivers and riders, and as such isn’t subject to the same regulations as those imposed on the traditional taxi industry. Commenting on the cabbies’ protest, Jo Bertram, Uber’s regional general manager, told the London Standard, “Of course competition has affected the taxi trade, but it can also lead to service improvements and a better experience for passengers over time.” Meanwhile, Jim Kelly of the Unite union claimed TfL and the city’s mayor were reluctant to crack down on Uber, telling London24, “It’s clear that the government [and] London mayor Boris Johnson….have all seriously taken against the black-taxi trade in London, a taxi trade which consistently comes out top in terms of value and service compared to other cities around the globe.” Related: Uber Paris came to a screeching halt on Tuesday Perhaps the cabbies’ best hope is George Galloway, a colorful British politician best known in the U.S. for his fiery performance at a Senate subcommittee hearing back in 2005. Speaking to a small crowd at the London protest on Wednesday, Galloway said that if he’s elected mayor of the city in the upcoming May vote, he’ll “run Uber out of London,” a statement he later repeated on Twitter. While we don’t ever envisage that happening – for starters, opinion polls suggest Galloway won’t win the election – there’s still clearly much work to be done before Uber and the black-cab industry can have any hope of happily coexisting on the busy streets of London. Also watch: Apple iPhone 6S Plus vs. Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge Please enable Javascript to watch this video

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  • Oil prices soar on report that UAE offers talks on output cuts

    Emirati Oil Minister Suhail al-Mazrouei says he expects supply levels on world markets to "stabilise"

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