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  • Calais gripped by chaos as FIVE HUNDRED migrants make two violent bids to reach Britain

    REUTERS•GETTY More than 200 migrants broke into the Channel Tunnel shortly after midnight, more than half of whom made it a THIRD OF THE WAY to Britain before finally being intercepted by overwhelmed French police.  The huge crowd smashed down border fences paid for by Britain and completely overran security staff as part of a "planned invasion" of the Eurotunnel terminal at Coquelles.  Police eventually caught up with the group almost 10 miles into the tunnel, but things turned violent when they moved in to disperse the migrants.  Officers were forced to make 23 arrests, with six people being injured in the fracas.  In a separate incident a stampede of 300 migrants surged onto the motorway outside q
  • Notorious Mexican Female Assassin Is Turned Over To The Police By Her Boyfriend

    An infamous Mexican assassin has been arrested after her boyfriend turned her in. Melissa Margarita Calderon Ojeda, 30, known as “La China”, is said to be the head of a 300-strong gang and is believed to be behind 150 murders in the past ten years.

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  • Ham Sandwiches And Sausage Rolls May Be Banned From Office Kitchens For Being ‘Offensive’

    Kitchens that are shared between office workers may soon be banned from storing pork products like sausage rolls over fears that they are “offensive”. Andy Dinham, professor of faith and public policy at Goldsmiths, University of London, is writing up the guidelines that will be put forward to employers this week.

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  • Pensioner Snaps ‘Boy Ghost’ On Her iPhone During Spooky Walk Through Black Country Woods

    Elaine Stewart was left spooked when she saw what she believes is the spooky outline of a young child from the 18th century as she walked through a beauty spot in the Black Country. Retired auxiliary nurse Elaine, from West Bromwich, has researched the area and discovered the woodland is on the site of an 18th century coal mine.

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  • Wife tells husband she's pregnant and he responds in the most beautiful way

    Have the XXL large tissues at the ready and prepare to do some ugly snotty crying: once you watch this video of a woman telling her husband she's five months pregnant after trying for 17 years, your emotions will show no restraint. If there's one classic way to announce you're pregnant it's with the good old 'bun in the oven' joke, which is how Dana Griffin-Graves revealed the news that they were expecting to her husband Arkell. After suffering four miscarriages and a devastating still birth in their 17 years of marriage, the couple decided to stop trying for children because they couldn't handle the heartache anymore - and then Dana later found out she was five months pregnant. HOORAY. In the

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  • Mourinho charged by FA

    Jose Mourinho has been charged by the FA following his outburst in the aftermath of Chelsea's defeat to Southampton in the Premier League.

  • Gary Neville and Ryan Giggs 'split from hotel partner' as debts rise

    The former Manchester United pair invested in the hotel as part of their restaurant, hotel and travel company GG Hospitality

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  • Woman accused of injecting 14-year-old daughter with heroin

    COATESVILLE, Pa. (AP) — A suburban Philadelphia woman repeatedly injected her 14-year-old daughter and another teen with heroin, even tying a string around their arms to isolate their veins, prosecutors said Monday.

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  • Kimberley Walsh reveals plans for second baby

    Former Girls Aloud singer Kimberley Walsh has revealed her plans to have another baby.

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  • Syrian insurgent groups vow to attack Russian forces

    BEIRUT (AP) — More than 40 Syrian insurgent groups vowed to attack Russian forces in retaliation for Moscow's air campaign in a show of unity among the usually fragmented rebels against what they called the "occupiers" of Syria.

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  • Van Gaal’s arrogance allows Arsenal to annihilate United

    Having been left with a nigh impossible task to remain in the Champions League in midweek, Arsenal came into this fixture with a point to prove. Theo Walcott said that they had held a players’ meeting to discuss how they were going to bounce back against United and Theo went on to deliver his best performance as a striker for Arsenal. The combination play between the quartet of Cazorla, Ozil, Sanchez and Walcott in the first twenty minutes made it look like Arsenal were playing with more players on the pitch.

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  • Jeremy Clarkson opens up about going to rehab after Top Gear firing

    The controversial TV presenter has talked about his rehab experiences in his newspaper column.

  • Long Distance Lorry Driver Snaps 'Ghost Of Drowned Man’ Wandering In Rush Hour Traffic

    A long distance lorry driver claims to have photographed the ghost of a drowned man wandering into a tunnel. Driver George Furst’s colleague Stephen Smyth took the snap last week as they drove into a tunnel heading into Cork, Ireland. On checking the picture, they spotted what they believe could be a ‘Downton Abbey’ period ghost.

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  • Farmer Who Discovered Mammoth Thought It Was A Fence Post

    The remains of a woolly mammoth that lived about 12,000-15,000 years ago have been recovered after it was found by a farmer digging in a field in Michigan.

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  • X Factor's Rita Ora booed during Six Chair Challenge

    Judge Rita Ora was booed by the crowd following her decision to unseat contestant Karen Mav for Kiera Weathers during The X Factor's Six Chair Challenge.

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  • 10 Child Movie Stars Who Went Off The Rails (10 photos)

    It can be tough becoming a famous actor when you’re young. Yes, there’s adulation and money but as these celebs prove, it doesn’t take a lot for it to blow up in your face. Photos: (Image credits: Rex_Shutterstock/Department/Kazden/KeystoneUSA-Zuma/ Everett/Moviestore/Munawar Hosain/MB Pictures)

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  • 'Downsize to raise cash? It would COST us £90,000'

    Beryl Morris is keen to sell her two-storey, four-bedroom family home in the near future. She and her husband have loved it for the 33 years they’ve lived there – but now it’s too big to manage. Downsizing isn’t an option for the couple, however. Their house, in a small village, is worth £280,000. The cheapest suitable property into which they could downsize, in their area of Cambridgeshire, would cost £350,000. The moving costs would add another £20,000 on top. Like millions of other would-be downsizes, they have become disillusioned by Britain’s dysfunctional housing market. Downsizing has become an option restricted to the very wealthy: those who have spare assets or seriously valuable family q
  • Rugby - Ripples of squad disharmony threaten to rock England even further

    England will begin the build-up to their final match of the World Cup against Uruguay on Saturday amid revelations of squad disharmony.

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  • Labour Leader Corbyn Snubs IoD Invitation

    Jeremy Corbyn has rejected an invitation to speak at a key gathering of business leaders this week amid concern about his shadow cabinet's willingness to engage with the private sector. Sky News understands that Mr Corbyn was invited to speak at Tuesday's annual conference of the Institute of Directors (IoD) following his victory in the party's leadership election last month. The IoD's director-general, Simon Walker, is understood to have offered Mr Corbyn a platform to explain how he intends to build a working relationship with the business community.

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  • Priscilla Presley: My LA home reminds me of 'love of my life' Elvis

    Priscilla Presley has revealed that she will never move out of her Beverly Hills home because it reminds her of Elvis - "the love of my life".

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