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  • Check out Cheryl Fernandez-Versini's dramatic new hairdo

    Cheryl Fernandez-Versini has had her hair chopped off.

  • Senior British Pilot 'Solves' Mystery Of MH370 And Pinpoints Where Boeing 777 Came To Rest

    A senior British pilot claims he may have solved the mystery of what happened to Malaysia Airlines flight MH370. Boeing 777 captain Simon Hardy also believes he knows where the doomed aircraft came to rest, following a six month examination of flight data. Using a unique mathematical technique, Hardy pinpoints the location of the aircraft to 100 nautical miles away from where the Australian Transport Safety Board (ATSB) is currently carrying out it search, the Sunday Times reports. Hardy also told the newspaper he believes pilot Zaharie Ahmad Shah performed a final “emotional” fly-past of Penang island, before landing the plane on water, where it sank intact.

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  • Becky's family devastated by finds

    The family of missing teenager Becky Watts have spoken of their devastation at hearing that body parts have been found in the search for her.

    Press Association
  • Owners let Hulk the 12-stone pit bull play with toddler son - Telegraph

    Despite the lethal potential of Hulk and the couple's many other dogs, three-year-old Jordan has grown up with them within arm's reach. Mrs Grennan, 24, who is herself dwarfed by 17-month-old Hulk, said the American pit bull terrier breed is misunderstood. Mr Grennan, a former boxer, formed the company 10 years ago with just two dogs after suffering a hand injury that ended his career. These include more than more than a dozen highly trained pit bulls and a single chihuahua. q
  • Gordon Brown's North Sea oil promise offers Scottish Labour a flicker of hope

    Gordon Brown’s call for a nationalisation of North Sea oil has left the industry cold - but then energy firms aren’t the former prime minister’s target audience, are they? It was a surreal situation - the harbourmaster of a tiny port in north-east Scotland talking about the benefits North Sea oil could bring to his nation, if only they had control of it. Out in the estuary a distant oil rig could be seen on the horizon. Despite the fact that North Sea oil is set to fall to just 1.3 million barrels a day in 2018 from a peak of 4.3 million barrels in 1999, this harbourmaster was completely confident a Scottish government could turn it around.

    Talking Politics
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  • Controversial car dealer missed two upper cuts on martial arts expert who tried to break up row between him and his wife in KFC

    WHEN controversial car dealer Richard Burbage end up in a row with his wife in a fast food restaurant he didn't appreciate it when another customer tried to intervene to calm things down. Instead the angry 41-year-old tried to attack the man - only to discover his intended victim was a martial arts expert. As a result Burbage, currently at the centre of a major police and trading standards investigation following complaints about second hand cars, ended up being arrested and appearing in court charged with assault. The drama happened after Burbage and his wife Lorraine had been to a football match on a Sunday afternoon.

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  • Cheryl has chopped all of her hair off and we love it

    Cheryl Fernandez-Versini has done what most girls wouldn’t dare to do and has chopped off all of her locks – and we love it. The 31-year-old singer has pretty much been in hiding since the X Factor final, gallivanting around with hubby Jean-Bernard Versini on holiday and keeping a low profile. Posting a picture of the back of her hair to give her fans the full view, she tweeted: ‘I ❤️ the 70’s #newdo colour is @lorealparisuk Casting Creme Gloss Berry Red 565.

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  • Pregnant Kate is glam in purple for Goring Hotel's 105th birthday

    It was the spot in which she spent her final night as a member of the Middleton clan so when the Goring Hotel asked the Duchess of Cambridge to join them for its 105th birthday celebrations, it was clearly an invitation she couldn't refuse. The Duchess, who is seven months pregnant, was pictured leaving the five-star London property at lunchtime following the birthday reception which was also held to mark the lobby's recent facelift.

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  • How the Brits misunderstand America

    It's something that perpetually intrigues because the longer I live in America, the more different I think our two nations are and the more I feel Brits misunderstand the US, and vice versa. Interestingly, the hardest things to reconcile seem to be America's role in the world, what it should and should not be, and America's relationship with guns. One American businessman suggested he felt he was repeatedly tripped up by the continuing resentment of the invasion of Iraq which still sours British perceptions of America. What's less clear to Brits is what they want from America today.

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  • Holly Willoughby: I didn't fancy my husband at first

    The This Morning host has confessed that when she first met Dan Baldwin, there was no instant spark between them.

  • Allies 'raped 1m Germans after WWII' claims book

    A million women were raped by Allied soldiers in Germany in the immediate aftermath of World War II, a new books claims. ‘When The Soldiers Came,’ by historian Miriam Gebhardt, is hailed as the definitive account of the treatment meted out to the defeated women of Nazi Germany which they remained silent about for decades out of shame and humiliaton. 'At the very least 860,000 women and girls - and also men and young boys - were raped by the occupying Allied soldiers and their helpers. A new book claims Allied troops raped German women during the Second World War by manipulating them with gifts of chocolate and cigarettes.

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  • Kim Kardashian Has Apparently Hired A 'Bum Therapist' After Being Left Unhappy With Pap Pics

    The 34-year-old reality star is reportedly having weekly sessions on her famous posterior to make her body appear slimmer.

  • Kanye West’s 10 Most Inspirational Quotes From His Oxford University Speech

    The 37-year-old rapper spoke to students of the iconic university and didn’t fail to disappoint with his words of wisdom.

  • Australia gives Chinese billionaire 90 days to sell £20 million Sydney mansion - Telegraph

    The spectacular house in Sydney’s exclusive Point Piper was sold last October by Julia Ross, an Australian entrepreneur who made her fortunes in recruitment and has moved to London. The deal set a record in Australia for a non-waterfront home. But the property was reportedly purchased illegally by Mr Xu via a network of companies based in Australia, Hong Kong and the British Virgin Islands. The forced sale follows growing concerns about Australia’s surging property market and the impact of foreign buyers, particularly from China. q
  • Jihadi fighters are portrayed as 'eye candy' to lure young British Muslim girls to Syria

    One woman - who used the name 'Ayesha' to protect her identity - said that she was contacted by extremists when she was 16 or 17. Ayesha, who is now in her early twenties, said that she was sent messages "bordering on harassment" by radicals, telling her she was "extremely attractive". q
  • Paracetamol: Pay 19p or five times more for a big brand?

    A look at which is better at treating pain

    Felicity Hannah
  • Ramsey set for Arsenal return at QPR

    Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey is in line to make his return from a hamstring problem in Wednesday's Premier League clash with Queens Park Rangers, manager Arsene Wenger revealed on Tuesday.

  • Fears for missing father and son

    Police say they are becoming "increasingly concerned" for a young father and his eight-month-old son who have gone missing.

    Press Association
  • The worst estate agent photos ever

    When photographs don't quite do the home justice

    Yahoo Finance UK