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  • A bank ATM scam is sweeping the nation here’s how to avoid it

    A bank ATM scam is sweeping the nation here’s how to avoid it

    Telegraph
  • Naked Attraction: How low can this Channel 4 dating show go

    We’d barely met host Anna Richardson (the only one who didn’t get her kit off, having flatly refused) and the first contestant, 32-year-old Aina, before the screens in front of them shot up and revealed six specimens of naked manhood from the waist down. Not much of the conversation that followed focused on feet, knees or thighs – and that was about the size of it. As the screen rose higher to reveal chests, then faces, the emphasis remained on flesh, though other features – especially eyes and voices – eventually came in to play. Nudity on television has come a long way since, say, the furore over Patrick Malahide’s bobbing bottom in The Singing Detective 30 years ago. Current drama series such

    Telegraph.co.uk q
  • Overspending Spain and Portugal await EU fate

    With tough, if unpopular austerity measures, Portugal cut its budget deficit from close to 10 percent of GDP in 2010 to 4.4 percent last year, but that still overshoots targets

    AFP
  • Mane turned down Manchester United for Liverpool

    Sadio Mane snubbed Manchester United before signing a long-term deal with Liverpool, the Senegal international revealed.

    Omnisport
  • Dancing, drugs, extremism _ multiple lives of Nice

    PARIS (AP) — A 31-year-old father of three obsessed with fitness and sex, Mohamed Lahouaiej Bouhlel led multiple lives. His darkest side appears to have been his best-kept secret: a calculated, committed jihadi ready to kill scores of people in a French Riviera rampage.

    Associated Press
  • Here’s the real secret to losing weight and staying thin (Hint: You’re not going to like it)

    A study found that metabolism rates slow more than expected years after weight loss.

    MarketWatch q
  • Lindsay Lohan hints that she is pregnant and appears to confirm engagement

    Lindsay Lohan has hinted that she is having a baby.

    SNAPPA Celebrity
  • Thai police charge two eight-year-old girls who tore down pink lists

    The girls were charged with obstructing the referendum process and destroying public property after tearing down the lists posted outside a school, said Damrong Phetpong, police commander in the northern province of Kamphaeng Phet. The referendum will be the first big test of the public's opinion of the military government since it came to power after a May 2014 coup.

    Reuters
  • China builds massive seaplane: state media

    Crowd gathers at a ceremony to unveil the AG600 amphibious plane, in Zhuhai, southern China's Guangdong Province, on July 23, 2016

    AFP
  • Sunbather's HEAD CRUSHED by council rubbish truck in park

    SWNS The man in his 30s was lying on the grass in London Fields, Hackney, this morning when the vehicle hit him.  Paramedics, including the air ambulance, rushed to the park just after 10.30am where they found the man with serious head injuries.  The park's barbecue area was sealed off while police carried out investigations.  One twitter user said: "Reports of a sunbather run over by a park ranger in Hackney." A Scotland Yard spokesman said: "Police were called by the London Ambulance Service at 10:38hrs on Sunday, 24 July, to reports of an injured man in London Fields, close to Lansdowne Drive.  "Officers attended the scene and found a man in his 30s with a head injury. He was taken to an east

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  • Santander posts 50 percent fall in second quarter net profit on one-off charges

    By Angus Berwick and Jesús Aguado MADRID (Reuters) - Banco Santander , the euro zone's biggest bank, on Wednesday posted a 50 percent year-on-year fall in second-quarter net profit, hit by one-off charges linked to restructuring costs and payments into an EU bank resolution fund. Santander, which faces challenges in its biggest markets of Britain and Brazil, reported net profit of 1.28 billion euros (1.07 billion pounds), just above analysts' forecasts in a Reuters poll. The bank's bottom line was hit by one-off charges totalling 368 million euros due to restructuring costs and a contribution to the euro zone's resolution fund, set up to help wind down failed banks.

    Reuters
  • Football - Paper Round: Tevez turns down Premier League return

    Carlos Tevez doesn't fancy coming back to England, the FA want ex-players to get off their sofas, and cricket is set for a revamp. It's Wednesday's Paper Round.

    Eurosport
  • Malawi man arrested after describing sex with young girls

    BLANTYRE, Malawi (AP) — Malawi police on Tuesday arrested a man who said he was hired by families to have sex with more than 100 young women, including children, in what was described as ritual cleansing.

    Associated Press
  • Adidas Add Fuel to the Fire by Uploading a Riyad Mahrez Chelsea Shirt Onto Website

    ​Sports manufacturer Adidas, by all accounts, seem to be pretty clued up into this summer's impending transfer activity after uploading onto their website a replica Chelsea shirt featuring the name of Leicester City's star man Riyah Mahrez and the number seven.   WTF?! Just seen this on @adidasUK.@addictedtoCFC @Chelsea_HQ @CarefreeDaily @Mourinholic @CalcioChelsea �� pic.twitter.com/T845rd4g3Z — Chelseaolic (@Chelseaolic) 23 July 2016 The image is apparently news to fans of both clubs'...

    90Min
  • Official Celebrity Big Brother Line-Up Leaked - Who Is Going Into The House?

    Celebrity Big Brother kicks off in just two days time, which means that we have all been subjected to the usual rumours about who will be going into the famous house. It looks like the speculation can stop as the ‘official’ line-up has been leaked and with the usual suspects of a TOWIE star, a Geordie Shore star and random US celebrities allegedly making the final cut, it looks like it could be legit…. According to The Sun, actor and entertainer Christopher Biggins has nabbed himself a huge £150,000 to take part in the show.

    Stephanie Soteriou
  • Susan Sarandon Responds to her "Worst Time" Gif at DNC

    Susan Sarandon did not look happy one bit at the Democratic National Convention yesterday, and that’s because she wasn’t! The actress agreed with many who said she was having the worst time.

    HollyScoop
  • Gary Lineker Addresses Speculation Of Danielle Bux Reunion

    @DanielleBux and I remain close friends. It is not the first time the former couple have holidayed together since they separated, as they enjoyed a trip to LA with friends including Richard Bacon in January.

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  • Which Parts Of Britain Get The Most Money From The EU? (10 photos)

    In the build up to the Referendum, we heard a lot about the amount of money Britain puts into the EU – but little about how much we get out of it.  While the hotly disputed figure of £350m a week was widely circulated, the Remain campaign failed to articulate what comes back. In fact, it’s only since the Brexit vote that those who benefit from EU funding have begun to ask: what now? One council – in an area that voted to Leave – notoriously asked for reassurances that this money would not be cut. But who gets the most? These are the areas that, between 2014 and 2020, are scheduled to receive the most money from the EU Structural and Investment fund.

    Anthony Pearce's Blog
  • Teacher Who Can’t Speak Spanish Sues Employer For Not Giving Her Job Teaching Spanish

    Tracy Rosner, who works at the Coral Reef Elementary school in Palmetto Bay, Florida, had applied for a position that included one hour of foreign language teaching a day. The district rejected Rosner’s application on the grounds that she does not speak Spanish, kicking off a bizarre lawsuit.

    Yahoo News
  • Islamists attack French church, slit priest's throat

    By Noemie Olive SAINT-ETIENNE-DU-ROUVRAY, France (Reuters) - Knife-wielding attackers interrupted a French church service, forced the priest to his knees and slit his throat on Tuesday, a murder made even more shocking as one of the assailants was a known would-be jihadist under supposedly tight surveillance. The men arrived during morning mass in Saint-Etienne-du-Rouvray, a working-class town near Rouen, northwest of Paris, where the 85-year-old parish priest, Father Jacques Hamel, was leading prayers. News agency Amaq, which is affiliated with Islamic State, a group France is bombing in Iraq and Syria as part of a U.S.-led coalition, said two of its "soldiers" had carried out the attack.

    Reuters