• Shining a laser at the new £5 notes reveals something pretty nifty

    There’s a science lesson to be learned here…

    SNAPPA Science
  • US newspapers break with tradition to condemn 'dangerous demagogue' Donald Trump

    USA Today has become the latest newspaper to break with tradition by telling readers that Donald Trump is unfit to be President. Throughout its history, America's only national daily paper has remained neutral, endorsing or criticising individual policies without ever recommending a candidate.

    Sky News
  • Are India and Pakistan going to war?

    India says it has struck militants across the Kashmir frontier.

    SNAPPA News
  • Police investigating rape of Oxford schoolgirl renew public appeal

    Police investigating the abduction and rape of a 14-year-old schoolgirl in Oxford say they are following a number of "significant" lines of enquiry. Detective Superintendent Chris Ward said Thames Valley Police's major crime unit had received a "substantial" amount of calls since Thursday. The girl, dressed in her school uniform, was grabbed "in a bearhug" by two white men driving a silver car at around 8.25am on Wednesday morning.

    Sky News
  • Nicole Kidman can't believe how young she was when she married Tom Cruise

    The star was a wife with two kids by the time she was Taylor Swift’s age.

    SNAPPA Celebrity
  • The photo that sums up the devastating impact of the Olympics on Brazil's street children

    A photograph of a Brazilian child sleeping rough on a Rio de Janeiro street below banners for the 2016 Olympic Games symbolises the devastating impact of the sporting event on thousands of children and young people in the city, according to a rights group. Terre des Hommes, a network of 10 national children's rights organisations, has investigated what it claims to be violations of rights committed before and during the multi-sport event held in the Brazilian city of Rio de Janeiro between 5 August and 21 August 2016. According to Rio City Hall's official data 22,000 families were evicted from their homes after Rio was chosen to host the Olympics, which had an official slogan of "New World".

    International Business Times
  • Jim Carrey victim to more vicious claims from late girlfriend’s ex-husband

    Jim Carrey has fallen victim to yet more vicious claims from the estranged ex-husband of his late girlfriend who is now saying that the actor forced Cathriona White to take the morning after pill. Mark Burton plans to show the texts as evidence in a wrongful death lawsuit planned to take place next week. Burton also claims that Jim Carrey used a conversation about their parents as an excuse to send Cathriona tasteless, sexually explicit messages.

    Amy Nickell
  • Amber Rose ‘body shamed‘ by Dancing With The Stars

    Amber Rose says she felt ‘body shamed’ during her performance on Dancing With The Stars. The reality star said Julianne Hough’s comments following her dance singled her out because of her curvaceous body shape. “Last night was like, they did the commentary, and I, it was a point in the dance where I had to lift my leg up and Maks [Chmerkovskiy] dipped me & [Julianne] said, ‘Oh, I’m uncomfortable,’ and instantly I felt, I did feel body shamed,” she said.

    Amy Nickell
  • Manchester United star Juan Mata opens up about summer exit lies and Jose Mourinho relationship

    Juan Mata has assured that it was completely false he considered leaving Manchester United following the summer arrival of Jose Mourinho to Old Trafford. Mourinho sold Mata to United in January 2014 despite the Spaniard maestro had been named Chelsea's player of the season in 2011-12 and 2012-13, helping the Blues to consecutive Champions League and Europa League triumphs under Roberto Di Matteo and Rafa Benitez.

    International Business Times
  • Ben Needham police resolve dispute over dig site on Greek island of Kos

    Police searching for clues surrounding missing toddler Ben Needham say they have managed to resolve a dispute with a local landowner, which briefly halted a dig for evidence. Officers from South Yorkshire and their Greek colleagues were forced to suspend excavation work near an old farmhouse on the holiday island of Kos, after the landowner aired concerns. Ben Needham was last seen playing outside the farmhouse shortly before he vanished on 24 July, 1991.

    Sky News
  • Rosetta's last image before suicide mission

    The Rosetta spacecraft ended its historic £1.2bn mission by smashing into the comet it has been chasing for 12 years.

    Sky News
  • Zayn Malik Dissed Niall Horan After New Single Drops

    Niall Horan made One Direction fans VERY happy yesterday with the release of his first solo single since the band took a hiatus. Even his bandmates were happy, well, all except one. Yea, that’s right. There’s still a bit of bad blood between brothers it seems. Harry Styles, Liam Payne, and Louis Tomlinson all reached out to Niall to celebrate his new single. Former One Direction member Zayn Malik gave the cold shoulder.

  • WW2 bomb blown up off Portsmouth is damp squib

    A World War Two bomb dragged out of Portsmouth Harbour to be blasted apart by the navy has turned out to be a damp squib. The whole of Gunwharf Quays shopping and leisure complex and the seafront near the device was evacuated in the expectation of a massive explosion that would send a huge plume of seawater into the air. The Royal Navy blew up the 1,100lb (500kg) bomb at 7am this morning - but not a ripple was detected on the water's surface.

    Sky News
  • Santi Cazorla unsure over Arsenal future amid Atletico Madrid rumours

    Santi Cazorla's future at the Emirates Stadium lies in the balance, with Arsenal yet to offer him a contract extension. The Spaniard says he is happy in North London, but refused to rule out a summer return to La Liga amid praise of Atletico Madrid. The 31-year-old playmaker has been a crucial player for Arsene Wenger since his arrival from Malaga in 2012, making 177 appearances for the club despite missing a big part of last season due to injury.

    International Business Times
  • Carmakers Nissan and Jaguar demand duty guarantees after Brexit

    Britain's two biggest carmakers are demanding guarantees from the Government over the impact from Brexit on their businesses before they commit to future investment. Nissan, whose Sunderland's car plant is Britain's biggest, wants the UK to pledge compensation for any tax barriers that may be raised as a result of leaving the European Union. Boss Carlos Ghosn said it could not afford to "wait until the end of Brexit" for a deal.

    Sky News
  • EastEnders spoilers: Mick Carter threatens to shop Aunt Babe to the police

    The Queen Vic landlord - played by Danny Dyer - gives Babe (Annette Badland) an ultimatum because she has been stalling about paying Pam and Les Coker (Lin Blakley and Roger Sloman) their money back after viciously blackmailing them. In a preview video you can see above, Mick asks Babe what’s happening with the Cokers’ money but she makes excuses saying she has been too busy making food at the pub to gather the funds together.

    James Leyfield
  • Human hair and anti-freeze: Study reveals grim ingredients found in everyday foods

    A study carried out by Privilege insurance has found that some loaves contains L-Cysteine, an amino acid used to prolong shelf-life, which comes from human hair. As if that wasn’t gross enough, it’s believed that much of the hair used to make this protein is sourced from the floors of Chinese hair salons.

    Yahoo News
  • London to launch inquiry into foreign property ownership - report

    London's mayor Sadiq Khan will launch an inquiry into foreign ownership of property in the British capital which has helped push up housing costs, the Guardian newspaper cited him as saying on Thursday. "It's clear we need to better understand the different roles that overseas money plays in London's housing market, the scale of what's going on, and what action we can take to support development and help Londoners find a home," the Guardian quoted Khan as saying. "That's why we are commissioning the most thorough research on this matter ever undertaken in Britain – the biggest look of its kind at this issue – so we can figure out exactly what can be done." London property prices rose more than 12 percent in the 12 months to July after notching up annual gains of around 20 percent in mid-2014, according to official data.

  • Greece says Erdogan's remarks on islands 'dangerous' to relations

    Greece on Friday accused neighbouring Turkey of endangering ties between the two NATO allies by questioning the wisdom of an almost century-old treaty that established the modern boundaries between the two countries. At a speech in Ankara on Thursday, Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan said the Treaty of Lausanne, a 1923 peace accord which forged modern Greece and Turkey's borders, was essentially a defeat for Turkey because it "gave away" islands to Greece. Ties between Greece and Turkey have suffered strains over the years, because of squabbles over sea boundaries between the two countries and because of divided Cyprus, ethnically split between its Greek and Turkish Cypriot populations since 1974.

  • European funds cut UK, euro zone stocks on Brexit fallout fears - Reuters poll

    By Claire Milhench LONDON (Reuters) - European investors' exposure to British stocks fell to two-year lows in September, while euro zone holdings slipped to the lowest since last May due to continued uncertainty over the economic fallout from Brexit. Reuters monthly asset allocation poll of 16 fund managers and chief investment officers, carried out between Sept. 15 and 28, showed investors cut UK allocations to 5.8 percent of equity portfolios, the lowest since October 2014. "Brexit represents an important shock to the outlook, with further implications expected in the months to come," said Matteo Germano, global head of multi asset investments at Pioneer Investments.

  • Tony Blair almost quit as PM for Brussels after being 'ground down' by Gordon Brown

    Tony Blair felt so "ground down" by Gordon Brown he came close to quitting as Prime Minister and seeking the top job in Brussels, one of his closest advisers has revealed. In the latest instalment of his diaries, Alastair Campbell said relations between the pair "got so bad" that Mr Blair sounded out other EU leaders about becoming president of the European Commission. The crunch point was reached in 2004, three years before Mr Blair eventually stood aside for the then chancellor.

    Sky News
  • Kaley Cuoco Makes Red Carpet Debut with New Boyfriend

    Kaley Cuoco was all smiles last night attending the Longines Masters Los Angeles gala and for pretty good reason too. The actress brought her new boyfriend, Karl Cook, making this the couple’s red carpet debut.

  • British Steel forges to profit after painful crisis

    The Scunthorpe complex is the latest reincarnation of British Steel, which now appears to be in recovery mode after a deep crisis

  • UK consumer confidence surges to pre-Brexit levels - survey

    British consumer morale rocketed back to pre-Brexit levels in September, a survey found, confounding expectations that the vote to leave the EU would wreak more lasting damage on Briton's willingness to spend. Market research firm GfK's gauge of consumer confidence suffered its sharpest drop in over 26 years in July as economists said Brexit would pitch the economy into recession, but data suggests Britain has avoided a rapid slump. The GfK index, based on an online poll of 2,000 people, rose to -1 in September from -7 in August - the biggest increase since June last year and restoring levels seen in the months before the June 23 referendum.

  • Kraftwerk tickets just went on sale and people are loving being asked if they're a robot

    Did you spot the deliciously ironic question at the checkout while buying Kraftwerk tickets? These people did.

    SNAPPA Celebrity


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