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  • Professor Green Mocks Ex-Wife Millie Mackintosh On Twitter After She Confirms New Romance

    Just days after Professor Green and Millie Mackintosh announced their divorce earlier this year, Millie raised eyebrows when she was spotted getting up, close and personal with her ex Hugo Taylor. Yesterday Millie finally confirmed that she was once again dating her former Made In Chelsea co-star by sharing a photo of herself kissing him at his birthday party, and understandably, Pro Green isn’t too impressed. The rapper, real name Stephen Manderson, took to Twitter soon after Millie posted the pic to quip: “Money really can’t buy you class can it.” before going on to laugh at unflattering photos of the reality star taken from Hugo’s birthday celebrations.

    Stephanie Soteriou
  • Top Gear: Why Matt LeBlanc Just About Saves it

    It’s the same show, in style and in design but it has a few new faces and the man whose face is pretty much the poster boy for the new revamp, Chris Evans, is the one under fire for this new episodes faults. All the problems lie with Evans and his headline-making arrogance, his want to make the show about him and his attempted impression of Jeremy Clarkson. An excellent starring role in Episodes and a number of regular and charming appearances on The Graham Norton Show have endeared him into the UK’s hearts and here, his new role in this revitalised Top Gear gives the show it’s much-needed charm.

    Ben Homes, TV Blogger
  • Britain is most corrupt country on Earth, says Mafia expert Roberto Saviano

    He has spent more than a decade exposing the murderous criminal underworld of the Italian Mafia, but journalist Roberto Saviano believes that Britain is the most corrupt country in the world. The author of international bestsellers Gomorra and ZeroZeroZero,  has lived under police protection since publically denouncing members of the Camorra, a powerful Neopolitan  organised crime syndicate, in 2006. On Saturday he made a rare historic appearance at the Hay Literary Festival flanked by several security guards. He warned the audience in Hay-on-Wye that financial institutions were allowing ‘criminal capitalism’ to thrive through offshore holdings. And he warned that a vote to leave the European

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  • Gorilla Shot Dead By Zoo Staff After Four-Year-Old Boy Falls Into Enclosure

    A critically-endangered gorilla has been shot dead by zoo officials in the US after a four-year-old boy entered the animal's enclosure on Saturday. The child climbed through a public barrier at Gorilla World in Cincinnati Zoo and fell into the exhibit's moat. Zoo officials said they shot the 400lb animal when the situation became "life-threatening" after Harambe, the 17-year-old gorilla, picked the child up and stayed with him for about 10 minutes.

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  • Premier League - Paper Round: Mourinho wants Pogba, Niguez and a former United legend

    The papers on Monday all revolve around new Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho and who he wants to bring to Old Trafford this summer.

    Eurosport
  • Holiday cottage ‘visitor’ was fake

    Last autumn an inquiry was made to book our cottage in North Wales. I offered a reduced rate of £1,000 for the whole four weeks plus a refundable deposit. The enquirer sent a cheque for €3,333. I thought perhaps it was so much more than asked for because he was prepaying his electricity usage which would be high in the winter. He also sent a photo of his pregnant wife and himself. We paid the cheque into the local HSBC branch and it was credited immediately. I was away for a week. When I returned there was an email from France saying he could not make the holiday now as his wife’s father had been diagnosed with cancer. Would I refund the money less 10pc for the inconvenience caused. Stephanie

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  • Amanda Holden Says She Was Wearing Knickers Under THAT Dress Thank You Very Much

    Britain’s Got Talent’s Amanda Holden revealed that Simon Cowell reckoned he could see everything when she sported a daring outfit on Tuesday’s show.

    Katy Brent-Stacey
  • 'BGT' Magician Richard Jones Accused Of Copying Another Trick

    ‘Britain’s Got Talent’ winner Richard Jones has courted controversy once again, after it was suggested he copied yet another of his tricks. Having already been accused of lifting tricks performed by the late Paul Daniels and ‘America’s Got Talent’ star Collins Key, it has now been claimed that the trick performed by Richard in this year’s live final may not have been his own. In Saturday night’s (28 May) final, Richard became the first magician in 10 series of ‘BGT’ to win the show, after performing a card trick which told a story referencing his own military background.

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  • Red Bull explain reason for costly Ricciardo pit blunder

    Daniel Ricciardo believes he was "screwed" out of a Formula One victory for the second race running.

    Omnisport
  • Premium Bonds confusion

    I decided to cash in Premium Bonds of various denominations I have purchased since the Fifties without the success hoped for. Imagine my surprise when, in its reply, NS&I informed me that, since 1990, I have been the holder of a duplicate bond not registered in my name to the value of £300. Also that one bond was not owned by me at all. JC, South Staffordshire Confusion arose following a letter from NS&I stating, “The repayment amount has been reduced because [the] bond… was duplicate and a bond is not registered in your name.” Now I understand that on the repayment form you had listed a block of bonds valued at £300 twice and one block not registered in your name worth £10. I have no idea why

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  • Men In Pakistan Encouraged To "Lightly Beat" Their Wives

    A constitutional body in Pakistan put forth legislation that would allow men to "lightly beat" their wives if they refuse sex or decline to wear outfits preferred by their husbands, reports NBC News. The Council of Islamic Ideology, also known as CII, proposed the legislation last week and it's already sparked anger in Pakistan. Instead, it gives suggestions to Pakistan's government and parliament.

    Refinery 29 UK
  • Ready for a buyer, 492-foot superyacht has beach club and elevated master

    Italian designer Gabrielle Teruzzi's Shaddai superyacht is 492 feet long with a master suite with bar, terrace, and a glass-walled infinity pool 125 feet above the water. A 3,000 square foot beach club has an aquarium and overhead swimming pool.

    Digital Trends
  • Good vibrations: the Hollywood sex toys creating a buzz

    Workers remove sex toys from metal molds at the Doc Johnson factory in Los Angeles

    AFP
  • Three women praised after 'preventing a rape' at a restaurant

    According to Ulrich’s account, Kenyon said: "He pulled her glass toward him, kind of awkwardly, then he took out a little black vial. He opened it up and dropped something in. Then he tried to play it cool, like checking his phone and hiding the vial in his hand and then trying to bring it back down slyly."  Ulrich decided to warn the woman whose drink had apparently been doctored when she visited the toilet. ’Oh My God.’ She said. Shocked, kind of numb, so I babbled ‘Yeah, my girlfriend said she saw him put something in your drink and we had to say something. Woman to woman...you know. We had to say something. How well do you know that guy?’ I was expecting to hear 'We just met,’ but I got:

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  • Rare and Ridiculous eBay Finds You Have to See (62 photos)

    While eBay might be full of useless crap, there are also some gems, like rare exotic cars that you just don't see everyday. Here's a selection of great ones that you should take a look at. From Road & Track

    Road & Track
  • Britain’s Got Talent: Viewers complain over ‘safety wire’ being used in ‘death-defying’ act

    In her Britain’s Got Talent liveblog Isabel Mohan wrote: "Alex Magala's utterly bonkers sword-swallowing and chainsaw-wielding act was striking to watch. But it was all a bit much for a lighthearted talent show. We're glad we got to witness an act like Alex, but we're relieved and not at all surprised that, in the end, even after all that publicity, he only came ninth. Can you imagine how he would go down at the Royal Variety Performance? And what he might have spent the £250,000 on?" Final list of results Winner: Richard Jones 2. Wayne Woodward 3. Boogie Storm 4. Jasmine Elcock 5. Beau Dermott 6. Craig Ball 7. Trip Hazard 8. 100 Voices of Gospel 9. Alex Magala 10. Balance Unity 11. Shannon and

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  • Robert Shapiro reveals what OJ whispered after verdict

    O.J. Simpson's former lawyer discusses infamous court case on 'Megyn Kelly Presents'

    FOX News Videos
  • Sir Tom Jones tells of 'tough few months' since wife's death

    Sir Tom was forced to cancel his Asian tour when Linda fell to be at her bedside with their only son, Mark, and she died on April 10 at the Cedars Sinai Hospital in Los Angeles, California. But he's due to perform at Hampton Court Palace on June 8th as he prepares his comeback following the tragedy, with a full UK tour to follow. After announcing his gigs on Facebook, Sir Tom wrote: "It means a huge amount to be able to continue to perform for such a loyal and giving audience; your support has been uplifting and doesn't go unnoticed. See you all at the shows this summer

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  • By calling the EU referendum, David Cameron put himself on a one-way road to his retirement

    You might have thought that David Cameron would have learned from his predecessors. If Nick Clegg was still Deputy Prime Minister we probably wouldn’t have either an EU referendum or  £12 billion of welfare cuts. Managing the Conservative Party and Parliament were certainly a lot easier in the days of a massive Coalition majority.

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