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  • Chelsea Clinton Responds to Donald Trump's Threat to Embarrass Her Mom With Bill Clinton's Infidelity

    Chelsea Clinton is ready for Donald Trump to start talking about things other than her family. Chelsea responded to the businessman's threats to bring up former President Bill Clinton's infamous infidelities at the first presidential debate in a Cosmopolitan interview, published Tuesday.

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  • Kim Kardashian posts topless photo after narrowly avoiding serial prankster

    The reality TV star, 35, didn’t appear bothered by her run-in with Vitalii Sediuk as she shared the image on Twitter with the caption: “Parisian Vibes”.

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  • Zoe Ball’s boyband toyboy says there’s ‘no way’ she’d stay faithful

    Remember when Zoe Ball was caught snogging a fresh-faced boyband singer in a club last year? Well, 23-year-old TayTay Starhz certainly does – he was the man in question, after all – and he’s rather unhelpfully waded into the almighty fallout following Zoe’s separation from DJ Normal Cook. 53-year-old Norman gave his missus the benefit of the doubt on that occasion, which Zoe, 45, dismissed as a “silly moment”.

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  • Ben Needham: Picture taken in 1991 could hold clue to whereabouts of missing toddler

    Detectives searching for Ben Needham on Kos believe a photo taken at the time of his disappearance could hold a clue to his whereabouts. Police believe a tree currently growing near the farmhouse where the 21-month-old toddler was last seen in 1991 was not there at the time of his disappearance. Officers have been examining a press photograph taken at the time as part of their investigation. Detective Inspector Jon Cousins, from South Yorkshire Police, told reporters: "A photograph was taken by one of your colleagues a short time after Ben disappeared. We've been able to analyse that with the experts who are here now. "We're having a look at the area around a tree that's down at the base of the farmhouse because we believe that may not have been there at the time."

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  • Teen on Benefits Spends £20,000 to Look Like David Beckham With Very Mixed Results

    Everyone's got a dream, and for 19-year-old Jack Johnson from Nottingham, his dream is to look like David Beckham: This guy paid $26,000 to look like David Beckham... https://t.co/Rd0Sxj9aJR pic.twitter.com/fGXDhJhHu3 — UPROXX (@UPROXX) September 28, 2016 Okay then. So far, Jack - who gets a tidy £15,000 per year in benefits - has spent a grand total of £20,000 in the pursuit of his ambition; that includes acquiring Botox, lip fillers, teeth fillers, tanning injections and now, he's after a...

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  • 10 film stars who returned to regular jobs (10 photos)

    One minute you’re walking the red carpet, the next you’re flipping burgers. That’s not quite where these 10 screen actors found themselves, but they did choose the real world – and a job you or we might do – over the glamour of Hollywood. Image credits: Getty, Rex_Shutterstock

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  • Joey Barton Tells a Classic Story About Sam Allardyce in His Autobiography

    ​Sam Allardyce is understandably all over the news at the moment, after being caught in a sting which ultimately cost him his job as England boss after only 67 days in charge. Meanwhile, a certain Joey Barton has also been in the news quite a bit recently, what with the former Newcastle and Manchester City player having recently released his autobiography. At least it looks like Allardyce has an alternative career to fall back on. pic.twitter.com/RRymyFsNkR — Nick Miller (@NickMiller79)...

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  • Police officer saves unconscious driver and baby by ramming car off motorway

    A woman who passed out at the wheel of her car with her baby in the back seat was saved after a police officer managed to ram her vehicle off the motorway. Pc Danny Pattison, of Leicestershire Police, was on patrol when he was alerted to a white Peugeot 306 driving erratically along the A42 and M1. He rushed to the scene near junction 23, where he spotted the woman's car weaving across the three-lane motorway at 30mph. Newly released footage from Pc Pattison's dashcam shows his BMW 5 Series patrol car trailing the woman's vehicle as it careened onto the hard shoulder. "I pulled up alongside and saw the woman with her head completely back, staring at the roof of the car - she was out," Pc Pattison told the Leicester Mercury. "Then I saw the child in the back. I thought, 'This is going to end up with her and the baby getting killed', so I ran through in my head all the options I had."

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  • Footage shows brutal assault on Romford youth: Police arrest two teenagers

    Police investigating an assault on a youth in Raphael Park, Romford, on July 21 have arrested two teenagers. The victim was taken to hospital for treatment at the time of the incident and subsequently discharged. On Sunday, September 25, a 17-year-old boy was arrested on suspicion of assault. On Monday, September 26, a 17-year-old boy was arrested on suspicion of assault. Both have been bailed to attend an east London police station on a date in late November.

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  • Escort's diary recalls encounter with HBOS exec: 'Chinese meal. Then drinks at flat and quick shag. Easy £1500.'

    Lynden Scourfield, a former senior banker at Halifax Bank of Scotland, took gifts of cash, luxury holidays and "high class escorts," a jury in London has heard during a trial surrounding an alleged fraud that cost HBOS £245 million ($317 million). The trial, which began on Monday, involves David Mills and Michael Bancroft who ran consultancy firm Quayside, accountants Tony Cartwright and Jonathan Cohen, and HBOS manager Mark Dobson, all of whom pleaded not guilty. As part of the evidence given during proceedings, prosecutors told the jury that Scourfield, who ran the HBOS impaired assets division and who is not on trial, lent large sums of money to troubled small businesses.

    Business Insider UK Finance
  • Football - Paper Round: Wenger ready to take England job, Allardyce remains defiant

    Arsene Wenger drops a hint about the England job, while Sam Allardyce jets off to A Villa. It's Thursday's Paper Round.

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  • Kylie Jenner looked amazing in this $30 H&M sports bra, now we want a $30 H&M sports bra

    I can’t be alone when I say that nothing annoys me more than super-expensive gym clothes. I’ve never understood the point of…

    Hello Giggles
  • Kenneth Clarke says May has 'no idea' what to do about Brexit

    By Guy Faulconbridge LONDON (Reuters) - Prime Minister Theresa May's government has no idea what to do about Brexit and Britain risks sowing serious political and economic uncertainty unless it makes its policy clear soon, a senior MP said. The June 23 vote took many investors and chief executives by surprise, triggering the deepest political and financial turmoil in Britain since World War Two and the biggest ever one-day fall in sterling against the dollar. Britain's allies fear that its exit from the EU could mark a turning point in post-Cold War international affairs that will weaken the West in relation to China and Russia, undermine efforts towards European integration and hurt global free trade.

    Reuters
  • Adolf Hitler could have WON Second World War 'if he had invaded the Isle of Wight'

    GETTY Military historian Dr Robert Forczyk has analysed Nazi Germany war records which show that the Fuhrer had a detailed plan for the occupation of the island, which is four miles off the coast of England. In his book, 'We March Against England', Dr Forczyk claims the Fuhrer had wanted to occupy the island and use it as a base from which to carry out a Nazi bombardment of Britain. But Hitler's naval commanders are said to have talked him out of the move, as they feared the might of British submarines and overestimated the capabilities of British troops. If Hitler had invaded the Isle of Wight, he would have had a vital military base, as well as access to civilian airfields, improving the Nazis'

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  • Kirstie Allsopp angers Twitter followers with comments on unhealthy eating

    Kirstie Allsopp, the TV presenter best known for Channel 4's Location, Location, Location, prompted the ire of her Twitter followers today by criticising a man she'd spotted in a cafe eating an unhealthy meal. "Just saw a guy have a glass of coke, a cappuccino, a croissant and a ham & cheese sandwich for breakfast," she tweeted, adding the hashtags  #OurNHSistoast and #worldgonemad. Her tweeted prompted hundreds of angry responses, slamming the presenter as "rude" and "smugly judgemental". Some suggested reasons for man's choices

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  • After husband forgets lunch, wife throws it from the BALCONY and INTO his car

    Attention NBA! Attention Olympics! Attention everyone on the internet! This woman is destined for athletic greatness after having “swished” a sandwich into a…

    Hello Giggles
  • Japan's new passenger plane completes US flight

    The Mitsubishi Regional Jet passes over Moses Lake on September 28, 2016 in the US state of Washington after flying from Anchorage, Alaska

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  • Britain sets out reasons to bypass parliament over EU divorce papers

    By Michael Holden LONDON (Reuters) - The British government's legal reasons for stating that Prime Minister Theresa May has the power to begin divorce proceedings from the European Union without parliament's authority were made public for the first time on Wednesday. In its submission, the government said this argument was unfounded.

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  • Rise in Nigerian sex slavery in Italy fuelled by violence and 'juju' magic

    By Tom Esslemont CATANIA, Italy (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - When Nigerian teenager Beauty arrived in Sicily after crossing the Mediterranean from North Africa last year, she had only hours to phone the man who trafficked her - or risk lethal repercussions for loved ones back home. Before her journey through Niger to Libya, a spiritual priest practicing a form of black magic known in Nigeria as "juju" had forced her to swear an oath of obedience to her trafficker. The threat of a "curse" if she broke her oath and the possibility of violence by her traffickers at home in Benin City, a southern Nigerian hub for human trafficking, were enough to trap her into sex slavery.

    Reuters