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  • Happy honeymoon! Mark Wright shares a picture of wife Michelle Keegan on their honeymoon

    Photos from Mark Wright and Michelle Keegan’s nuptials have been in short supply. But Mark has treated eager fans to a snap of his new wife. Mark and Michelle said ‘I do ‘ in a star-studded affair at the weekend ( Ian West/PA Archive) Mark took to Instagram

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  • James May and his full-size Lego house nobody wants

    The only drawback is that this des res is made entirely out of Lego – and you’ll have to find somewhere to put it. Top Gear presenter James May has just built the world’s first full-size Lego house – including a working toilet, hot shower and a very uncomfortable bed – using 3.3million plastic bricks.

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  • Blatter: Scandal Brings 'Shame And Humiliation'

    FIFA President Sepp Blatter has opened world football's congress - hours after refusing a request by UEFA to step down. Mr Blatter said: "You will agree with me, these are unprecedented and difficult times for FIFA. Actions of individuals, if proven, bring shame and humiliation on football, and demand action and change from us all.

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  • JK Rowling's Twitter takedown of the Westboro Baptist Church is awesome

    JK Rowling has once again proven why she shouldn't be messed with on Twitter, this time taking down the Westboro Baptist Church. On Saturday (May 23), the Harry Potter author celebrated Ireland's vote to back gay marriage, responding to one fan who joked about her character Albus Dumbledore marrying Lord of the Rings wizard Gandalf. The controversial church wasted no time in reacting to the result of the Irish referendum, and appeared further enraged by Rowling's tweet. "So @jk_rowling wants Dumbledore & Gandalf to marry in Ireland; if it happens, WBC will picket!

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  • Insight - All at sea: Australia's search for MH370 under scrutiny

    By Swati Pandey and Jane Wardell SYDNEY (Reuters) - Nearly a year after embarking on a multi-million dollar quest to solve one of aviation's greatest unsolved mysteries, authorities and search teams are being criticised over their approach to finding Flight MH370 in the remote southern Indian Ocean. The Australian-led search, already the most expensive in aviation history, has found no trace of the Malaysia Airlines jet or its 239 passengers and crew, prompting calls for a rethink into the way the mission is conducted. Heightening concerns, Australian authorities said on Wednesday that another search vessel, the Go Phoenix, which is using the world's best deep sea search equipment and crew provided by U.S. firm Phoenix International Holdings Inc, would pull out within weeks.

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  • Amanda's plunging neckline and everything else you need to know about the BGT live semi-final 3

    We’re at the mid-point of the Britain’s Got Talent live semi-finals, but in case you missed any of the third live semi-final – here’s everything you need to know. Amanda wore a very plunging dress (ITV/Screengrab) Alesha showed off her cleavage during

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  • The ugly truth about Sam Allardyce and West Ham United's rocky relationship

    It was swift, it was cold, and at the time it seemed as though West Ham United had unceremoniously dumped their manager, Sam Allardyce. And yet, when Allardyce trudged back to the TV area at St James’s Park after his side’s 2-0 defeat to Newcastle, he

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  • Plane Plunges 13,000ft As Both Engines Fail

    A Singapore Airlines passenger plane carrying 194 people dropped 13,000ft after both engines lost power in a "huge storm". The Airbus A330-300 was three and a half hours into its five-hour flight from Singapore to Shanghai when its Rolls-Royce Trent 772 engines failed at 39,000ft. SQ836 continued normally to Shanghai and landed at 10.56pm local time on Saturday, Singapore Airlines said.

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  • Top Gear Number Plate Sparks Fury Among Argentine Locals

    An Argentinian mob tried to attack Top Gear stars Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May with pickaxe handles while yelling "burn their cars". Violence flared after it emerged they were using a Porsche with the registration plate H982 FKL, which some interpreted as a dig over the Falklands conflict of 1982. (No audio).

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  • People think they've exposed Jamie Raven's magic on Britain's Got Talent

    This year’s Britain’s Got Talent has managed to rack up a rather diverse bunch of performers – from hypnotising dogs to comb players (yes, that’s a real thing). In the third semi-final, nine acts were whittled down to just two and last up to wow the judges and audiences at home was magician Jamie Raven.

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  • Cameron took out maximum taxpayer-funded mortgage - then paid off own £75k loan four months later

    David Cameron was dragged personally into the expenses row last night after it was revealed that he paid off a loan on his London home shortly after taking out a £350,000 taxpayer-funded mortgage on his constituency house. Following a Mail on Sunday investigation Mr Cameron could now face searching questions about his own expense claims. By nominating it as his second home, he was able to claim for the mortgage interest payments under the now-infamous Commons’ Additional Costs Allowance (ACA).

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  • EU denies Greece nearing new loan deal

    Greece and its creditors are not close to reaching a fresh debt deal despite Athens' claims, EU Commissioner for Economic and Monetary Affairs Pierre Moscovici said Thursday. "It is wrong to say, like the Greeks have, that we've gone three-quarters of the way to reaching a deal," Moscovici told French public radio, France Culture, on the sidelines of a meeting of Group of Seven finance ministers and central bank governors in Germany. "We are beginning to see reform projects that are consistent," Moscovici said, a day after Athens had announced that it was close to a loan deal with its creditors that would unlock badly-needed bailout funds for its struggling economy.

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  • Porsche 911 owner is distraught after his car is renamed a PORSHCE!

    It is one of the world's most highly regarded manufacturers and its name synonymous with luxury, high-performance sports cars. The owner of a £100,000 Porsche 911 was left stunned to discover the error following what should have been a basic repair job.

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  • Ben Affleck And Jennifer Garner 'Secretly Split' And 'Heading For Divorce'?

    In news that made us spit out our tea and faceplant our porridge, it's being claimed that the flawless couple that is Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner have 'secretly separated' and are 'heading for a divorce'.

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  • Nigeria paying $800 million to oil suppliers to end crisis

    Nigeria's outgoing government has agreed to pay a debt of $800 million to resolve a months-long fuel crisis crippling the economy days before the inauguration of a new president in the country, oil suppliers said Wednesday. Nigeria — Africa's biggest oil producer— generates more than 2 million barrels of petroleum a day but imports the refined product because its refineries are not maintained. The country frequently suffers fuel shortages, but the disruption caused by the latest is unprecedented.

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  • Top Gear Cleared Over Argentina Number Plates

    Top Gear has been cleared of deliberately looking for trouble in Argentina with a number plate that some viewers believed was trying to provoke. The plate - H982 FKL - was used on a Porsche that Jeremy Clarkson and crew took to South America to record their Patagonia special. The crew, including presenters Clarkson, James May and Richard Hammond, were clearly shaken up and had to flee the country to avoid further trouble.

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  • The REAL Reason You’re Tired All The Time – And It Doesn’t Cost A Penny To Fix

    Skip the caffeine, quit snoozing the alarm and unplug your headphones because there’s a real reason you’re tired all the time – and it costs nothing to fix. A new survey of 300 GPs in the UK has found that a fifth of all doctor’s appointments are down to tiredness and fatigue, a syndrome which is known as TATT (Tired All The Time). As well as getting a decent night’s kip, have you taken a minute to look at your hydration levels?

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  • Muslims criticise Walkers after it is revealed that some crisp varieties contain alcohol

    Furious Muslims have heavily criticised Walkers crisps after it emerged that certain varieties of the manufacturer's products contain trace elements of alcohol. The report in Asian newspaper Eastern Eye, highlights concerns raised by shopkeeper Besharat Rehman, who owns a halal supermarket in Bradford, West Yorkshire. Mr Rehman told the paper: "A customer informed us that Sensations Thai Sweet Chilli and Doritos Chilli Heat Wave are not on Walkers' alcohol-free list. Shuja Shafi, who chairs the food standards committee of the Muslim Council of Britain, said that he intended to investigate.

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  • Flavio Briatore, 65, steps out in Monaco with his 35-year-old wife

    Elisabetta Gregoraci, the beautiful wife of Italian businessman and millionaire Flavio Briatore, looked amazing in tiny pink shorts as the couple stepped out in Monaco on Sunday.

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  • Coronation Street: Dev Alahan returns to Weatherfield with a secret

    Coronation Street's Dev Alahan will return to Weatherfield next week, but it soon becomes clear that he has something on his mind. Although both Julie Carp and Mary Taylor are looking forward to welcoming Dev (Jimmi Harkishin) home from India, they are also nervous about how he will react to the news of the fire.

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