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  • It's not Susanna Reid's week - now her dress has split on Good Morning Britain

    Good Morning Britain presenter Susanna Reid had to rush off to change her dress during the breakfast TV show after suffering a wardrobe malfunction. Viewers discovered that the star, 44, who blamed “physics” for the tear, had disappeared from her desk after a news bulletin. John Stapleton told viewers that Susanna’s dress had split “spectacularly” and joked that being accidentally flashed by his co-presenter was “one of the bonuses of the show they don’t put in the job description”.

  • Video shows last seconds of Germanwings flight before crash - Bild

    A video showing the chaotic final seconds on board the Germanwings flight that crashed in the French Alps last week has been discovered near the site, Germany's Bild daily reported on Wednesday, saying it had seen the footage. The video was found on a mobile phone belonging to one of the passengers killed on the flight when German pilot Andreas Lubitz deliberately flew into a mountain, said the paper. The scenes seen on the video were chaotic and very wobbly, said Bild, adding screams and shouts of "My God" could be heard, indicating the passengers knew what was happening.

  • 'Britain's most feckless father' is celebrating the birth of his FIFTEENTH child before the age of THIRTY

    A dad dubbed ‘Britain’s most feckless father’ is celebrating the birth of his FIFTEENTH child before the age of THIRTY – including four in the last two years. Jobless Keith MacDonald, 29, has sired his kids with at least ten mothers – and has cost the taxpayer over £2million in benefits. MacDonald, who has also appeared on Jeremy Kyle, reckons he gets most of his women by chatting them up on the bus around his home of Sunderland. In November 2012, he was found guilty by Sunderland magistrates of common assault and stealing from one of his ex-partners after a row over a cheese toastie.

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  • UK Couple Win EuroMillions For Second Time

    A couple from Scunthorpe have scooped £1m on the EuroMillions - their second big lottery win. Last Friday night I was passing the local shop and saw there were 10 £1m prizes on EuroMillions and a nice car and thought yeah I'll give that a go.

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  • Six things that cost more from 1st April

    The NHS prescription charge in England will increase by 15p from £8.05 to £8.20 for a single item from 1st April. Prescriptions are free of charge in Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales. NHS dental charges are also rising from 1st April in England and Wales.
  • Rowan Atkinson Steps Out With 32-Year-Old Girlfriend, Louise Ford, For A Romantic Lunch Date

    Rowan Atkinson, who you may also know as iconic TV character Mr. Bean, stepped out for a loved up lunch date with girlfriend Louise Ford yesterday afternoon. The couple raised eyebrows when they were first pictured together back in April last year due to the rather large age gap, with 60-year-old Rowan nearly thirty years older than 32-year-old Louise, but the two looked happier than ever to be in eachother's company and proved that their relationship is still fighting fit. Shortly before they were spotted for the first time, Rowan split from his wife of 23 years, Sunetra Sastry, who he met way back in his Blackadder days when she was working as a make-up artist and has two children with - Lily and Benjamin.

  • Children cannot play in the streets because of immigrants, says Nigel Farage

    He was once their leading donor, but fell out of love with the party since Cameron took over. A Conservative spokesman: Lord Ashcroft should be recognised for his contribution to public life and to the Conservative Party during his time in the Lords. The Tories have warned that Ed Miliband will be in Alex Salmond's pocket, while the SNP claim on they can defend Scotland from the Tories. q
  • Why Pensions Freedoms Day Will Be Good News For GlaxoSmithKline Plc, BP Plc, National Grid Plc And Hargreaves Lansdown Plc

    There have been a number of concerns, mainly surrounding people withdrawing their life savings to spend on a premium sports car or some other luxury, and being heavily taxed as a result.  Personally, I don't think that these fears will materialise -- indeed I think it will bode well for companies like GlaxoSmithkline Plc (LSE: GSK), National Grid Plc (LSE: NG.), BP Plc (LSE: BP.) and Hargreaves Lansdown Plc (LSE: HL.).  Let me explain why...
  • Celebrity siblings with VERY normal day jobs revealed

    Having a celebrity sibling is no guarantee of a showbiz career as these brothers and sisters of Oscar and Grammy award winners prove - with their surprisingly normal day jobs.

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  • One Direction Fury At Zayn Malik Solo Demo

    Zayn Malik may have left One Direction on good terms - but all that could be about to change. Just days after announcing his departure from the band so he could be a "normal" 22-year-old, a demo recording of Malik performing on his own has been posted online by a renowned producer. Louis Tomlinson, one of his former bandmates, went crazy, crazy, crazy when he heard the song.

    Sky News
  • Clarkson, Hammond And May To Stage Live Shows

    Jeremy Clarkson will appear alongside his former Top Gear colleagues Richard Hammond and James May in live shows arranged before he was sacked by the BBC for attacking one of his producers. The gigs will go ahead as planned, but without any BBC or Top Gear branding, meaning they will not be able to use any clips of the programme or feature the masked test driver The Stig. The events had originally been billed as 'Top Gear Live' before the controversy generated by Clarkson's altercation with producer Oisin Tymon put them in doubt.

    Sky News
  • Maradona goes for a stroll with his girlfriend

    Diego Maradona appears to have patched things up with his 24-year-old girlfriend as the pair were spotted strolling through Vienna on Saturday just months after he allegedly hit her. Just five months ago, he was labelled a 'psychopath' after video footage emerged which appeared to show him assaulting Ms Oliva.

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  • Zayn Malik And Perrie Edwards Leave The UK On A Private Jet With Zayn's Mum And Sisters

    You've survived 'March Madness', and we can officially begin what is hopefully a more peaceful April - something Zayn Malik and Perrie Edwards will probably also be hoping for. It's not *exactly* been the calmest of months for the couple, what with cheating rumours, rumours that their relationship is on the rocks AND not forgetting all the highs and lows of Zayn leaving One Direction. The couple, along with Zayn's mum and sisters, were seen leaving their house yesterday with a load of luggage in tow, before being seen hopping on Zerrie airwaves and leaving the country.

  • Sarah Harding Joins Coronation Street Cast As 'Feisty' New Character

    Following in the footsteps of Kym Marsh, the former Girls Aloud star has announced that she's joining the cast of Coronation Street as a new 'feisty' character. The star, who will reportedly star in four episodes over the summer, is set to make trouble for long-running character Tracey Barlow. Corrie's producer Stuart Blackburn said: "Sarah is proving to be a gifted and exciting actor and I'm absolutely delighted to have her on board.

  • Kit Harington: Don’t Call Me A Hunk, It’s Demeaning

    Kit Harington doesn’t want to be called a hunk, OK? The six-pack bearing Game Of Thrones star has hit out at those who decide to praise him for his physical qualities rather than his acting ability. Kit of course shot to fame for his role of Jon Snow in HBO hit series Game Of Thrones when it first came to our screens in 2011.

  • McLaren salesman saves stockbroker's life after he crashed £245k supercar on test drive

    Father-of-two Lee Christian, 37, is handed a top bravery award from Cheshire's Chief Constable Simon Byrne for stepping in q
  • CERN proves The Force exists, Albert Hall outraged at Beatles 'holes' slur

    From a supermarket putting in trampolines for customers to reach the top shelf to prestigious CERN saying it has proved The Force exists, Wednesday brought April Fool's spoofs a-plenty. London's venerable Royal Albert Hall released an April 1, 1967 letter from its archives protesting "in the strongest conceivable terms" at having The Beatles imply in the song "Day in the Life" that there were 4,000 holes in its auditorium. Commerzbank sought a solution to Greece's financial woes, saying Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis had proposed a one-off licence fee of 1 euro on European Union users of Pythagoras’ theorem.

  • Argentina Appeals to UN Against British ‘Militarisation’ of Falklands

    Argentina is appealing to the United Nations and other international organisations to stop the “militarisation” of the Falkland Islands by British forces. The plea comes just days before the 33rd anniversary of the start of the Falklands war on Thursday, April 2. Last week British defence secretary Michael Fallon announced Britain’s intention to spend £280m to bolster its military presence within the region, to ensure they are properly protected against the “live threat” of an Argentine invasion.

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  • Steven & Alex Gerrard to move into £16.8m Malibu home with ocean view

    He's about to make the biggest move of his life, trading his long career with Liverpool FC for US club Los Angeles Galaxy.

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  • Bradley Cooper Dumped Suki Waterhouse Because She 'Wasn't Supportive' Of His Career?

    Although there had been speculation for months, we were all still a little bit sad when Bradley Cooper and Suki Waterhouse officially called time on their relationship last month, with it being thought that their hectic schedules were to blame for keeping them apart. Awh Brad, we would have been more than happy to come and keep you company on Valentine's, if only you had asked. According to this mystery insider, Suki snubbed her hunky boyfriend and New York in favour of a mahoosive party with her friend at a billionaire's estate in Austin, Texas.