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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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  • 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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  • 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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  • Portugal seeks to strip immunity from Iraqi ambassador's sons over brutal attack on teenager

    The twin sons of the Iraqi ambassador in Portugal accused of running over and brutally beating a 15-year-old to the verge of death last week may lose their diplomatic immunity in a case which has shocked the country. Portugal’s foreign minister, Augusto Santos Silva, said that his government has asked Iraq to waive the two 17-year-old brothers’ right to immunity against prosecution and is currently awaiting a response. “The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has told the Iraqi ambassador that to establish the facts in this case we need Iraq to waive diplomatic immunity,” Mr Santos Silva said on national television on Monday, adding that he expected “full cooperation from the Iraqi authorities”. Before

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  • At Least One Person Injured After Bridge Collapses On M20

    At least one person has been injured after a pedestrian bridge collapsed on the M20 in Kent. Kalpana Fitzpatrick, who had been driving on the motorway, told Sky News: "What we can see is two trucks squashed by this bridge and emergency services are at the scene. A message on its website said: "All emergency services are en-route or in attendance.

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  • Jodie Foster and Halle Berry pay tribute to Britney Spears

    082016 Jodie, Halle and Priyanka Chopra do dramatic performances of Britney's hits for W

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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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  • Millions of Brits face dying early because of something they did when kids

    Millions of Brits may face a higher risk of dying early because of a blow to the head they suffered as a child , experts have discovered. The major study found that even apparently mild head injuries can have potentially devastating long term effects. Many of those affected will have sustained traumatic brain injury (TBI) while playing contact sports such as football or rugby. The absolute risk of someone dying early after a TBI was only 1.6%.

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  • Legendary 10ft Monster Sturgeon ‘Pig Nose’ Reeled In By Teen

    A legendary 10-foot sturgeon dubbed ‘Pig Nose’ has finally been caught by a fishing fanatic who has been nicknamed the ‘Sturgeon Whisperer’. Nick McCabe caught the 650lb monster - named Pig Nose due to its bulbous pink snout - this week in the Fraser River in British Columbia, Canada. The supersized sturgeon is thought to be some 80 years old, and while it had been tagged and microchipped before, no fisherman had managed to haul it in until 19-year-old Nick managed the feat on Tuesday.

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  • Back to Cornwall for David Cameron's fourth holiday since leaving No 10

    Mr Cameron was photographed on the beach outside the town of Porto Vecchio wearing a pair of £225 trunks from the designer shop Orlebar Brown. The trunks featured a print of a 1969 photograph of the swimming pool at the exclusive Hotel du Cap Eden-Roc, in the chic Cote d’Azur resort of Antibes. Before Corsica they had travelled to the remote Scottish island of Jura, where they were thought to have spent the weekend in the six-bedroom cottage owned by Samantha’s stepfather, Viscount Astor, who also owns the island’s 20,000-acre Tarbert estate. For his latest Cornish jaunt he stuck to his trusty navy blue Boden shorts and a North Face fleece, with Mrs Cameron also wearing a fleece, along with a

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  • Woman Seated Behind Trump Appears Shocked as He Calls Clinton 'a Bigot' During Rally

    The woman's reaction has become a social media sensation.

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  • Olympic Rower Henrik Rummel Is Fine With His Bulge Being Out There, Not So Fine With His Mom Seeing It

    Rower Henrik Rummel is an Olympic medalist and Harvard graduate. In our continuing coverage of all things bulge, Cosmopolitan.com spoke with Rummel about his Olympic body, all of it, and why he’s OK with it being a talking point although in his mind, there’s nothing really to talk about.

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  • California Woman Gets 50 Years for Murdering Olympic Medalist Husband Who She Accused of Beating Her

    The widow of a 1984 Olympic medalist was sentenced Tuesday to at least 50 years in prison for his 2009 murder, PEOPLE has confirmed. The sentence came nearly five months after Jane Laut, 59, was found guilty of the first-degree premeditated murder of her husband, Dave Laut, who was found shot to death in the yard of their Oxnard, California, home on Aug. 27, 2009. Dave Laut, a 52-year-old athletic director at Hueneme High School in Oxnard and a bronze medalist in shot put, was shot five times with a .22 caliber handgun, authorities have said.

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  • ALIENS COST ME MY BOYFRIEND AND KIDS, claims 'abductee taken after car stopped by UFO'

    FLYINGDISCPRESS Rosalind Reynolds, now a dog breeder and show judge from Lincolnshire, says she was taken on board an alien space ship during an evening drive from Clacton, Essex, to Corby, Northamptonshire. The 51-year-old says aliens carried out a gynecological examination of her, that has left her with scarring, and she believes it affected her ability to have children for several years. The bizarre event affected her and her boyfriend of six years at the time, so much that the couple split soon after. Her bizarre story has been recounted by Philip Mantle, a key UK UFO investigator, who interviewed several alien abductees for a book in the mid 1990s, and based a novel around their experiences

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  • 9 Simple DIY Projects to Boost Your Home's Resale Value (40 photos)

    These upgrades will add a lot to your asking price. From Popular Mechanics

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  • James Nesbitt: Helen Baxendale made the right decision not to reprise Cold Feet role

    The ITV drama about three couples is returning for a sixth series 13 years after it ended.

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  • The Windows 10 Anniversary Update may have some unwanted consequences

    The mild inconvenience of it all is too much to bare…

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

    SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — A mother was enjoying a family boat trip across Lake Powell when she heard a scream and splash. Her 2-year-old son had slipped off their houseboat and into the water.

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  • Lewis Hamilton handed 30-place grid penalty at Belgian Grand Prix

    A difficult test lies in store for Lewis Hamilton at the 2016 Belgian Grand Prix after confirmation that he will face a daunting 30-place grid penalty. The three-time world champion currently leads Nico Rosberg by 19 points atop of the Formula One Driver Standings after reeling in and then impressively overhauling his Mercedes teammate's substantial early advantage by winning six of the last seven races. The latest F1 campaign returns this weekend after its customary one-month break, but Hamilton's chances of recording a second successive victory at the famous Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps had already been dealt a blow by a 15-place demotion handed down after the introduction of a sixth MGU-H energy recovery system and turbocharger before Friday's (26 August) first practice session.

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