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  • Michel Vorm So 'Incensed' in Stamford Bridge Brawl it Took 4 Staff to Restrain Him

    ​Tottenham goalkeeper Michel Vorm was so "incensed" during the mass brawl that erupted after Spurs' Premier League clash with Chelsea on Monday night that it apparently took as many as four members of staff to restrain him in the tunnel. The two clubs are expected to be charged by the Football Association for failing to control their players during the highly charged confrontations that exploded as both sides were leaving the pitch following what had descended into a bad tempered 2-2 draw....

  • A McDonalds manager reveals the one thing NEVER to order

    Which is why we were all ears when we spotted a current McDonalds manager doing an 'ask me anything' question and answer session on Reddit. As the manager describes, "it's horrible frozen chicken that we defrost and steam and it's a bit gelatinous." EW. In some more advice, the manager warns that "the items marketed as 'healthy options' are worse than you'd think. BREAKING NEWS: if you're on a diet, don't go eating in McDonalds.

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  • Boy: Sister, stranger went into hills; she never came back

    When the stranger approached Ian and Ashlynne Mike at the school bus stop, the boy was wary. But his older sister got lured into the van, and he didn't want her to go alone, so he went, too. The man took ...

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  • How did Hamilton claim second at Russian GP and what does Rosberg win mean for F1 world championship?

    The four-time champion’s slightly more considered reaction came in the TV pen while the race was going on after a quick chat with Christian Horner, his former team principal at Red Bull, on the pit wall. Vettel said: "These things happen obviously but it's harsh. The race is very long; you can make progress on the first lap but you can also end your race. It was not my fault - there was nothing I would do differently. I don't dislike him. I think he did a mistake two weeks ago and I think he did a mistake today." Driver of the day: Lewis Hamilton No contest. Rosberg might have won easily, by a country mile in the end, but all he had to do was keep the car on the road. Hamilton was gutsy and determined, q
  • Schlupp: I can’t turn down a move to Manchester United

    The Ghana international says he could never have rejected the chance to join the Red Devils following a fruitless trial at Old Trafford in 2013
  • Man Claims He Saw An Alien Cyborg After Meditating - And Photographed It

    A man glimpsed a strange, half-robot, half-alien creature in the trees - after meditating to ‘summon’ extraterrestrials. Zed Khan, 47, of Preston, managed to snap a photo before the creature disappeared, he told UFO Sightings Daily. Khan said, ‘I’ve been meditating through the night for about nine months now to try and communicate with extraterrestrials and out of the corner of my eye I saw something appear.

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  • Lynda Bellingham's sons speak about ongoing will dispute

    Robbie and Michael Peluso spoke on This Morning.

    SNAPPA Celebrity
  • ISIS claim they have a MOLE working inside MoD as part of plan to secretly 'infiltrate' UK

    The stark allegations come after the Islamic State Hacking Division published the names, addresses and photographs of dozens of American military personnel believed to have been involved in a series of drone strikes against jihadis in Iraq and Syria. On its website, the organisation wrote: “In our next leak we may even disclose secret intelligence the Islamic State has just received from a source the brothers in the UK have spent some time acquiring from the Ministry of Defence as we slowly and secretly infiltrate England and the USA online and off.” q
  • Dress double-take for 'glamour twins' Susanna and Dame Joan

    Dame Joan Collins and Susanna Reid suffered a wardrobe double-up, appearing on morning television wearing the same dress.

    Press Association
  • Women Tortured In 'House Of Horrors' - Police

    At least two women may have been tortured to death by a man and his ex-wife at a house in western Germany, according to investigators. Prosecutor Ralf Meyer said a 33-year-old victim was chained and beaten after responding to a lonely hearts advertisement and moving into the house in autumn 2013. "There was serious physical abuse - beating, being chained to a radiator, having to sleep on a cold floor," Mr Meyer said.

    Sky News
  • 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...

  • It’s All Easy, is it? What I learned from eating like Gwyneth Paltrow for a week (17 photos)

    Gwyneth Paltrow is so easy to hate.  She looks ah-mazing as usual whilst smugly smiling, holding a wooden crate full of expensive-looking vegetables on the cover of her new cookbook, It’s All Easy: Delicious Weekday Recipes for the Super-Busy Home Cook.  Cue the eye rolls. What does G.P. (which is her nickname now … at least according to her book) know about being a super-busy home cook? I decided to find out for myself just how easy it is to cook like G.P. for a week. From Monday to Friday I vowed to prepare all of my main meals – breakfast, lunch and dinner – from her book. Channeling my inner Gwynnie I was feeling pretty smug when I picked up the $42 tome at the bookstore. After all, I usually cook all of my meals at home during the week so I figured this would be a piece of cake.  I failed the very first day, when after returning from a weekend trip away my fridge was bare and yet to be stocked with cartons of almond-coconut milk and other items I’d never bought before. Since I was dragging The Husband into this experiment with me, I kept things easy for myself by skipping the more intensive and expensive recipes. There was a recipe to make my own fresh coconut milk from scratch, but it required a high-powered blender. G.P. advised using a Vitamix blender which she noted was “expensive, but worth it.” I looked Vitamix blenders up online and they are indeed very expensive, retailing for between $459-$759. I decided that was an investment not worth making at this time.  The book, as expected, is filled with items that gave me sticker shock. In the spirit of the experiment I splurged on coconut oil, almond butter and ground cardamom. Those three items alone were more than $30, meaning many of the recipes would be out of reach for the super-busy home cook on a budget.  I did mange to go the whole week preparing food from scratch at home for The Husband and I. And, a surprise to us both, we actually liked all of the recipes. The vegan, gluten-free granola recipe is my new obsession. But, like many of the recipes it’s not all that easy to whip up homemade granola on a weeknight. It’s All Easy was easier than I expected, but unless you have personal assistants and chefs to help you out à la G.P. you should consciously uncouple from this cookbook during the week. Save the recipes for the weekend when truly super-busy home cooks will actually have time to source the ingredients and whip up the yummy recipes sandwiched between the arty photos of Gwyneth on a bike, Gwyneth on a couch, Gwyneth staring out a window, etc.  In all, shopping, cooking and cleaning up after the meals from It’s All Easy took about four hours total – basically on par with a typical week for me. And, it cost about $65 for one person’s breakfast, lunch and dinner for five weekdays, also fairly close to what I usually spend on groceries.  G.P. might be easy to hate, but there are lots of recipes in her book that are just as easy to love.  All photos by Melissa Dunne

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  • Barclays Offer Sees Return Of 100% Mortgages

    Barclays (LSE: BARC.L - news) has launched a 100% mortgage – the first time such a product has been made widely available since the financial crisis. Barclays also emphasised that it would carry out a full affordability check on borrowers. Under the Barclays deal, the 10% guarantee would be returned to the "helper" with interest after three years, provided the borrower has kept up with repayments.

    Sky News 37 mins ago
  • 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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  • Victoria Derbyshire interrupts BBC programme to take boy to toilet

    Watch as Victoria Derbyshire shows off her softer side:

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  • Exclusive: Big data breaches found at major email services - expert

    By Eric Auchard FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Hundreds of millions of hacked usernames and passwords for email accounts and other websites are being traded in Russia's criminal underworld, a security expert told ...

    Reuters 11 mins ago
  • Hollyoaks And Brookside Star Kristian Ealey Dies

    Soap stars have paid tribute to the Brookside and Hollyoaks actor Kristian Ealey, who has died at the age of 38. Suzanne Collins, his co-star in Brookside, said Ealey was working in Italy when he passed away - and had failed to wake up after going to sleep with a pain in his arm. He appeared as Matt Musgrove in Brookside between 1998 and 2000, as well as Hollyoaks between 2000 and 2004.

    Sky News
  • Leicester Postman Gets to Celebrate With Title Winners Because He Looks Exactly Like Jamie Vardy

    ​One lucky Leicester City postman got to celebrate like a champion because he looks like the Foxes' star striker Jamie Vardy. Lee Chapman, like everyone else in Leicester, got the day off to party as the club made history on Monday after winning the Premier League title for the first time - thanks to Chelsea, of course. The party is so good, we're seeing double! #havingaparty — Leicester City (@LCFC) May 3, 2016 Chapman shares an uncanny resemblance with Vardy, and...

  • Arizona teen faces 69 counts of indecent exposure over prank HS football photo

    The Mesa man said he exposed himself on a dare and now faces dozens of criminal charges because the photo was published in the HS yearbook.

    Sporting News
  • 55 strangers turn up to heartbroken boy's 4th birthday party after all his friends cancel

    Rachelle Briannan was heartbroken for her upset son after all of his friends cancelled going to his 4th birthday party. She posted on a Facebook group for mothers, called Midnight Mums, about how worried she was. Ms. Briannan wrote: "So I'm sitting in my room quietly crying. 12 kids were invited to my sons party today, and an hour before every one of them cancels or just doesn't reply to my msgs [sic], "My son just turned 4 and this is the first time he's really understood the whole party with friends thing. My heart is literally broken for him!! I'm so hurt and angry [sic].  "What the hell can I do to make this up to him? Seriously. Like I made him this huge superhero cake and there's going q