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  • New U.S. Passport Rule Could Put A Stop To Your Holiday - Here’s Why

    British travellers might face a nasty surprise if they try to travel to the U.S. - after the country quietly made changes to entry requirements. Passengers may not get a warning until they actually show up at the airport, according to traveller Vic Ryan. A spokesman for Thomson said, ‘‘We’re sorry to hear that a small number of customers have been unclear on the passport and visa guidelines for entry into the United States of America.

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  • Here's what actually happens to your body after you die

    Here's the intriguing process that your body goes through after you die. The warmer the environment, the faster everything happens.

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  • Liverpool's run to the Europa League final means Chelsea could still qualify for Europe

    The Premier League could have eight teams in Europe next season.

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  • This Driver Had His Parking Fine Overturned After Presenting A Hilarious Stick Man Drawing As Evidence

    Teacher Steve Crowley, 40, received a demand through the post asking him to provide evidence that he visited the store when using the car park. Amazingly, Athena ANPR Ltd, acting on behalf of Lidl, accepted it as good enough proof that he had shopped at the store and cancelled his fine.

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  • Boxer Dereck Chisora runs riot at weigh-in and chases photographer after being 'hit by bottle'

    Dereck Chisora has sparked mayhem at a weigh-in, chasing down a photographer who he claimed struck him with a bottle. Chisora, 32, takes on Kubrat Pulev in Hamburg on Saturday 7 May. The two almost came to blows during a heated press conference on Wednesday and clashed again during Friday's weigh-in. During subsequent chaotic scenes, Chisora seemed to lose control and break away into the crowd – where media and members of the public were present – to pursue a photographer.

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  • US magazine names British star in media gag over 'sex with prostitute'

    The injunction was obtained five years ago to prevent the actor’s identity being revealed in the UK, according to The Sun.

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  • Six-Year-Old Boy Snatched By Leopard At South African Park

    Little Kellan Denny was attacked and dragged away by the big cat at Kruger National Park. Kellan was dragged 30 metres by the leopard who had sunk his teeth into the boy’s shoulder before he was recovered. Justin was able to retrieve his son after the leopard dropped the boy from his jaws.

    David Harding
  • Daniel Sturridge Reveals Injury Rift With Jurgen Klopp

    ​Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge has talked of the gap in philosophy between himself and manager Jurgen Klopp, saying that he completely disagrees with the German's comments on how his own injuries have been managed.  Klopp insisted that the England international needed more rest after picking up knock after knock, criticising the way that the 26-year-old kept trying to rush back into first team action before he was fully fit after injuries.  .@DanielSturridge looked sharp last night. Great...

  • Find out what Georgia May Foote said to Keith Lemon about her 'engagement ring'

    Former Corrie star Georgia May Foote and Strictly’s Giovanni Pernice have both set the record straight about her ‘engagement’ ring.

    SNAPPA Celebrity
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  • Ben Hardy explains why he had to leave EastEnders

    Looks like Pete Beale won’t be returning from New Zealand any time soon.

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  • Tamara Ecclestone defends daughter's tan after criticism

    Tamara Ecclestone and husband Jay Rutland are currently enjoying an idyllic holiday in the Bahamas with their two-year-old daughter Sophia. Both Tamara, 31, and Jay, 35, have shared a number of photos from the holiday, many of which show Sophia playing in the sunshine. On Thursday, Tamara uploaded another photo of Sophia, nicknamed Fifi, and took the time to set the record straight.

  • Pakistan treating 2 brothers who become paralyzed each night

    ISLAMABAD (AP) — The two brothers have come to be known as the "solar kids" and their case has completely mystified Pakistani doctors.

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  • England’s TVR returns from the grave to build a Porsche killer

    Recently saved from certain death, British sports car manufacturer TVR has provided a glimpse of its upcoming coupe at the London Auto Show. The model might be dubbed Griffith, a heritage-laced nameplate used on a series of TVR models built during the 1960s, and again in the 1990s. A lone teaser image suggests the Griffith will eschew a full-on retro design and instead adopt a futuristic look, but it won’t be anywhere near as wild-looking as the last cars the company built before it filed for bankruptcy in 2013. While the teaser only shows the front end, TVR has confirmed the model will take the form of an aerodynamic two-seater coupe. As previously reported, power for the Griffith will be provided by a naturally-aspirated 5.0-liter V8 engine borrowed from the Ford parts bin and tweaked by renown tuner Cosworth. The eight-cylinder will be mounted longitudinally between the front fenders, and it will spin the rear wheels via an enthusiast-friendly manual transmission. TVR expects the Griffith will be capable of performing the benchmark zero-to-60-mph sprint in less than four seconds, a figure that will put it in the same performance league as high-end models built by big names like Porsche, Aston Martin, and Mercedes-AMG. Top speed will check in at over 200 mph. Much like Tesla, TVR is taking an unorthodox approach to selling cars, and it has paid off so far. The company is currently accepting £5,000 (roughly $7,200) deposits from customers, and it’s promising to begin delivering cars in 2017. The firm will reward early adopters by building the first few Griffiths with a chassis made out of carbon fiber. TVR promises each example will cost less than £100,000 (about $144,000), but interested parties need to act fast because the Launch Edition model is nearly sold out. Buyers who want to spend less can put a deposit down on the regular Griffith, which is expected to start in the vicinity of £65,000 (approximately $95,000). The carbon fiber chassis will be offered at an extra cost, and deliveries aren’t expected to start until 2018 at the earliest. Both models will be manufactured at an unspecified location in the UK. Read more: This Dutch roadster blurs the line between a race car and a street car TVR boss Les Edgar told British magazine Auto Express that the Griffith will make its official debut “in the coming months at a public event.” That’s not a lot to go on,  but we wouldn’t be surprised to see the coupe break cover at the Goodwood Festival of Speed that will take place late next month. Held annually, Goodwood is incontestably England’s biggest motorsport-related event. Also watch: 2017 Audi R8 V10 Plus First Drive Please enable Javascript to watch this video

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  • Pricne Harry Opens Up About His Relationship With His Late Mother Princess Diana

    Prince Harry is opening up about his late mother Princess Diana and the relationship they had before she died. The royal admits, he can barely remember his mother at all.

  • 15 Celebrities Who Walked Away From Fame (15 photos)

    Celebrities seem to have it all when they’re at the height of their fame, but for some it just isn’t enough or is simply too much too soon.   Several stars of the silver screen have ditched the bright lights of Hollywood to look after their kids or pursue a private life which isn’t a daily paparazzi-dodging session, while some musicians and actors have retired early to concentrate on careers away from the spotlight. Whether they’ve gone on to resemble a homeless person on a night out or wound up in prison, there’s no limit to what a celeb can get up to when they walk away from fame.

    James Leyfield
  • London looks set to elect first Muslim mayor

    London was on track to become the first EU capital with a Muslim mayor as voters went to the polls Thursday after a bitter campaign between Prime Minister David Cameron's Conservatives and the opposition Labour party.

  • Family and friends say goodbye to Victoria Wood in service 'full of laughter'

    Victoria Wood was laid to rest in service "full of laughter" as her family and friends came together to remember the late comedian this week. Julie Walters was among those who joined Victoria's children Grace, 27, and Henry, 23, for the intimate and private ceremony, which was held in Golders Green in North London on Wednesday. "It was a small and private affair, which is what Victoria wanted," a source told the Sun.

  • Cops seek killer of man who washed ashore in 'cement shoes'

    NEW YORK (AP) — The victim washed ashore in Brooklyn, his body wrapped in plastic garbage bags, his head and hands covered in duct tape and his feet submerged in concrete — fitted with a pair of fabled "cement shoes."

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