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  • Man of 19 who admitted sex with 12-year-old girl spared jail

    A man of 19 who had sex with a 12-year-old girl had been spared jail due to “exceptional circumstances”. Kieran Dalton, from Wirral, admitted the statutory rape of a child under 13, when he was aged 18. However, the girl – who said it was consensual – refused to make a complaint and the prosecution was based on his admissions, the Liverpool Echo reported . Dalton, who suffers from ADHD, said the girl told him she was 16, and that when he met her, he “thought perhaps she was only 15”.

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  • Jamie Vardy Destroys Harry Kane on Twitter After Winning Premier League Title

    ​Dilly ding, dilly dong! In case you've been living under a rock for the past nine months and have only just decided to emerge and reintegrate with society, the news of the day is that Leicester City are Premier League champions. If you're still with us and haven't retreated back to your coma/cave in confusion, the hysteria is very much in full effect and we're getting some absolutely golden reactions. Perhaps the best has, so far, been Leicester's star man and goal scoring machine Jamie Vardy...

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  • Steven Gerrard's New Stunning Merseyside Home Waiting for His Return

    Liverpool legend Steven Gerrard has only been away from Merseyside for a year but it looks like he is making plans for his eventual return to his homeland when he eventually hangs up his boots. The 35-year-old has just bought this stunning and luxurious new home in Merseyside, ready for when he leaves Los Angeles, as reported by the Mirror. Gerrard is reported to have bought the land a couple of years ago for £3m and spent the subsequent years constructing his new dream home. It's in an...

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  • Met Gala 2016: Madonna flashes breasts and buttocks

    Madonna left little to the imagination as she arrived at the Met Gala in a lacy black dress exposing her buttocks and barely covering her breasts. The Queen of Pop, 57, posed on the red carpet in the revealing outfit at one of fashion's biggest events of the year, dubbed the Oscars of the East Coast.

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  • U.S. tells Pakistan it will have to fund F-16s itself

    The United States has told Pakistan it will have to finance the purchase of American F-16 fighter jets itself after members of the U.S. Congress objected to using government funds to pay for them. The U.S. government said in February it had approved the sale to Pakistan of up to eight F-16 fighter jets built by Lockheed Martin Corp, as well as radar and other equipment in a deal valued at $699 million (£478 million).

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  • Natasha Hamilton: Stop calling me a 4x4 mum!

    After splitting from former boyband member Ritchie Neville earlier this year, Atomic Kitten star Natasha Hamilton has faced a torrent of abuse for being a single mother of four children by four different fathers. Natasha is here to defend her life as a single mother and insists she wouldn't do anything differently - despite what the haters may say. Catch up with This Morning on the ITV Hub

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  • British family in brutal Thailand assault video vow never to return

    In a failed  attempt at damage limitation, local officials released a photograph showing Mrs Owen with members of the Thai tourist board who visited to convey their best wishes while she was recovering in a hospital bed. But the image focussed attention on her badly damaged face. “The Tourism Authority of Thailand would like to express our deepest sorrow to the family who were subjected to the assault in Hua Hin during the Songkran celebrations,” the agency said in a statement. “We hope that you recover from your injuries and make a swift and full recovery. TAT would like to assure international travellers that this was an isolated incident, not targeted on any group of foreign tourists in particular.

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  • Why the Problematic Wayne Rooney Might Actually Have Solved Roy Hodgson's England Conundrum

    Give way, Wayne, for the new generation. Many believe that the Manchester United skipper warrants not even a place in the squad of 23 to travel to France this summer, off the back of his performances this season. Roy Hodgson, though, isn't stupid enough nor ballsy enough to leave Wayne Rooney at home, injury permitting.

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  • Britain’s ‘Most Dangerous Takeaway Street’ Has 17 Restaurants With Food Hygiene Warnings

    Everyone loves a last-minute takeaway but those living in Glasgow may want to think very carefully about where they order from. The three-and-a-half mile stretch of Paisley Road West may very well be the most dangerous place in Britain to buy fast food after a staggering 17 restaurants were slapped with food hygiene warnings. Environmental health chiefs have swooped on a series of Indian, Italian, Chinese and Turkish takeaways on the city street over the past year.

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  • Georgia May Foote claims 'stress' of Sean Ward split caused her to lose weight

    Georgia May Foote has admitted she was so upset over her break-up with Coronation Street co-star Sean Ward that her weight dropped to a "worrying" level. Speaking about the "terrible time" last December when the relationship broke down, the 25-year-old actress said stress took its toll on her body, causing her already slender figure to shrink further.

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  • These Loyal Family Dogs Refuse To Leave Dying Toddler’s Side

    This is the heartbreaking sight of a pair of family basset hounds who simply refuse to leave the bedside of a dying toddler. Four-month-old Nora Hall has spent weeks in intensive care after she suffered a devastating stroke that shut down her brain but doctors say there is nothing more than can do for her. Doctors at the Minneapolis Children’s Hospital have allowed the dogs inside Nora’s room, and they were pictured lying down at little Nora’s side.

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  • Hero soldier who called in airstrike on HIMSELF after ISIS surrounded him to be honoured

    EAST2WEST/ GETTY The body of Aleksandr Prokhorenko, who was surrounded by crazed jihadis when he ordered the airstrike, has been flown home to Moscow.  On Vladimir Putin’s orders the brave commando has been awarded the title of Hero of the Russian Federation posthumously.  The 'Russian Rambo' was a 25-year-old part of a team of soldiers battling to liberate the Syrian city of Palmrya from ISIS. The selfless soldier was providing intelligence, identifying crucial ISIS targets and co-ordinating air force strikes when he was discovered by the terrorists.  To avoid being captured or tortured Russian officials say the Special Forces officer ordered the airstrike on himself as he attempted to hold

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  • Sonic booms shake Yorkshire as RAF jets scrambled

    Houses shook in Yorkshire amid loud bangs as Typhoon jets were scrambled.

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  • Fighter Jets Intercept British Airways Flight

    A British Airways flight was intercepted by fighter jets over Hungary after the passenger plane lost contact with air traffic controllers. Hungarian authorities reportedly issued their highest alert after the Boeing 777 passed over its border unannounced on Saturday afternoon. Two Hungarian Air Force Gripens were scrambled to identify the aircraft which was en route from Dubai to Heathrow.

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  • How Chelsea Could Potentially Line Up Under Antonio Conte Next Season (11 photos)

    ​Recent speculation suggests that Italy manager Antonio Conte could deploy a 4-2-4 formation at Stamford Bridge when he takes over Chelsea in the summer.  So how might the Blues line up under the former Juventus coach for the 2016/17 season? Goalkeeper: Thibaut Courtois Left-Back: Cesar Azpilicueta Centre-Back: Leonardo Bonucci Centre-Back: Kurt Zouma Right-Back: Branislav Ivanovic Centre-Midfielder: Cesc Fabregas Centre-Midfielder: Radja Nainggolan Left-Winger: Eden Hazard Right-Winger:...

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  • Mystery 'glowing' UFO spotted in the ocean off the coast of Antarctica

    A mysterious "glowing" UFO spotted off the coast of Antarctica has been baffling people on the Internet. Some thought it could be a whale or giant octopus, while others claimed it was fishing boat or underwater mountain. People commented on the YouTube clip with their own theories of what it could be, with some claiming it was a whale or giant quid.

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  • Banned from driving after drinking one pint

    Both drivers were fined £450 and banned from driving for one year despite McCallie's solicitor arguing that if he had been just 10 miles down the road in England he would not have been committing an offence. After the sentencing, Sheriff Scott Pattison said: “That’s the lesson in Scotland. Just one drink can put you over, it’s as tight as that.” The harsh sentences have caused alarm among drivers in the North of England, where many people routinely drive between the two countries. The Newcastle Chronicle headlined the story: "Northumberland drivers could face ban if they drink just one pint before crossing the border".

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  • Samsung Galaxy Note 6 To Be MONSTER Upgrade: Specs & Hardware Rumours Detailed

    Sometimes something happens in the mobile tech world that just seems plain weird - a tech firm does something inexplicable, for its own reasons that are never revealed, and we're left to stand around scratching our heads in confusion. That's what happened when Samsung launched the Galaxy Note 5 in September 2015, but decided to restrict availability to Asia and North America - the rest of us in Europe, the UK, and elsewhere, were left with the Galaxy S6 edge+ as our only updated Samsung phablet option for the forseeable - not a bad phone at all, a really rather great phone, in fact, but NOT a Galaxy Note device. Samsung Galaxy Note fans, of which there are many (including us) were understandably

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  • Why you shouldn't use washing-up liquid to wash your car

    Bank holidays and weekends in general are traditional times to wash your car, and although 43 per cent of UK drivers still prefer to do it themselves rather than use a car wash, almost half still use washing-up liquid - with potentially damaging effects to paintwork. The bleach and ammonia contained in washing-up liquid break down the wax that is applied to the paintwork to protect it. Once that protective layer is damaged, modern water-based paints can turn dull and, in extreme cases, start to crack. Car cleaning products purveyor Simoniz has revealed the results of its research into the UK’s car washing habits. It says that despite the ever increasing number of hand car wash and valet operations,

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  • Chinese fishermen catch bizarre 'crocodolphin'

    Fishermen in Zhoushan, Zhejiang Province, China, were shocked when they discovered a bizarre sea creature that looked like a cross between a crocodile and a dolphin. But all is not as it seems.

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