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  • Clinton wins, but Trump lives to fight on as White House race tightens

    Clinton won, but without delivering a knockout blow. Trump didn't lose, and so lives to fight another day. The headlines will declare that Clinton managed to get under Trump's skin by labelling the billionaire racist, sexist and unprepared.

    Sky News
  • Fabric found in search for missing Ben Needham in Kos

    Police searching for missing toddler Ben Needham say they have found items of "slight interest", including fabric. A 19-strong team of Yorkshire Police officers, forensic specialists and an archaeologist are investigating the site and digger teams started work on Monday afternoon to break up the clay-like ground.

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  • Jurgen Klopp earns widespread praise for fascinating guest stint on Monday Night Football

    As if one really needed yet another reason to like Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp. The affable German, widely beloved for his honesty, charisma and zany character, was the toast of footballing social media on Monday night (26 September) after giving a typically thoughtful and fascinating insight into his philosophy while appearing alongside Dave Jones and Reds legend Jamie Carragher as a special guest prior to Sky Sports' coverage of the final week six Premier League clash between Burnley and Watford at Turf Moor.

    International Business Times
  • It’s about to get even harder to win EuroMillions - and more expensive

    The EuroMillions lottery is about to get even more expensive for Brits - and it’s going to be even more impossible to win the jackpot. The price increase comes despite the fact that participation dropped by a staggering 40% the last time Camelot raised their prices for the National Lottery. In October 2013, ticket prices for the weekly National Lottery draws increased from £1 to £2, with the operator saying at the time that it predicted that the amount of money that it passes on to good causes would increase as a result.

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  • X Factor 2016: Finalists ‘leaked’ – Yes Lad and James Hughes fail to make it past Judges’ Houses?

    Following X Factor’s Six Chair Challenge chaos this weekend, all of the remaining contestants are set to jet off to Judges’ Houses – but it looks like two hopeful acts can already be ruled out of the LIVE shows. In a tweet posted by HallowScreamUK, the organisers of a spooky attraction “confirmed” two X Factor acts – who are currently still in the singing competition – for an event on Saturday, November 5. Yes Lad – who were dropped on Sunday night in favour of Ottavio and Bradley, but have been selected as a wildcard act – appear to be headlining the gig while James Hughes also features on the line-up, alongside Girl Next Door who were eliminated over the weekend.

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  • Brexit could make Britain highly attractive, says Axel Springer chief

    Brexit will be more painful for the rest of Europe than for Britain which could emerge stronger and better off than its European neighbours, Mathias Doepfner, chief executive of Axel Springer, told the Financial Times. Doepfner, head of one of Europe's largest media companies, said Britain was bound to experience short-term pain as a consequence of its June 23 vote to quit the EU. Doepfner said he saw Britain moving towards a "more free market-oriented model, while Europe is step by step transforming into a transfer union" where funds were being channelled from successful states to the struggling ones.

  • UK airport passengers face walks of up to 1km from check-in to departure

    That’s a long way if you have difficulty walking.

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  • France: Two seriously wounded after man opens fire in supermarket

    Two people have been seriously injured in a shooting in a supermarket in the French town of Port-Marly (Yvelines) near Paris on Monday (26 September) amid heightened tensions in the country. France, which is still reeling from terror attacks in the capital Paris and other cities in the past 12 months, has tightened its security. On Monday at 12:30 local time (11:30 GMT), a man opened fire with a shotgun in a supermarket in the Paris suburb, seriously wounding two.

    International Business Times
  • E-fit issued of rape suspect after woman attacked in Dagenham garden

    The woman in her 30s was in a garden in Ellerton Gardens, Dagenham, in the early hours of 1 August when the ordeal took place. Detective Constable Jay Gardner said: "This is a shocking attack which has left the victim very distressed. "We also want to speak with anyone who saw a man matching this description, or anything else suspicious, in the area of Ellerton Gardens and Woodward Road during the late evening of Sunday, July 31 into the early hours of Monday 1 August.

    Sky News
  • CCTV of Alton Towers crash released as theme park faces sentence

    Footage of the Alton Towers Smiler crash which left two teenagers needing leg amputations has been released for the first time. It comes as Alton Towers operator Merlin appeared in court to be sentenced following the horrific rollercoaster smash, which happened at the theme park in June 2015.

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  • EU may refuse to sign up to new banking rules - sources

    By Andreas Kröner, Jonathan Gould and Huw Jones FRANKFURT/LONDON (Reuters) - The European Union may opt out of new global rules aimed at preventing another financial crash because officials are worried they put European banks at a disadvantage at a time when they are losing market share to U.S. rivals. European regulatory and banking sources said the rules, nicknamed "Basel IV" by bankers because they are an addition to "Basel III" capital rules that are already in place, unfairly penalise Europe's banks. U.S. regulators, and other supporters of the proposals, say they are needed to make sure banks have enough spare capital to match the amount of risk they have taken.

  • BBC denies iPlayer logins will be used to catch licence fee dodgers

    Everyone who uses BBC iPlayer will have to log in with an account from early 2017, in a move which could eventually be used to catch licence fee evaders. Earlier this month, new rules came into force which means Britons need a TV licence in order to watch or download programmes on the BBC iPlayer. This is an attempt to close the so-called "iPlayer loophole", which allowed people to watch shows without a TV licence after they had been broadcast.

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  • Reality star Noelle Reno tells of tycoon boyfriend's desperation before his death

    Almost two years on from Scot Young’s death, Noelle Reno is now pregnant with her new boyfriend.

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  • Adele Clears Up Joke About Brad Pitt Angelina Jolie Divorce, Does Not Give A "F***ing Sh*t"

    Oh Adele, always bringing us down to Earth with her wisdom and straight up tell it like it is attitude. The singer proudly corrected herself after fans thought she was heartbroken by Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie’s divorce news. Turns out, she couldn’t give a flying flip.

  • The Apprentice 2016

    From a proudly monobrow’d man to a tazmanian devil ready to torpedo her ‘way to the final’, the class of 2016 are a determined bunch who will fight and scrap and do everything they can to get their claws on Lord Sugar’s cash. Meet the candidates going into battle for £250k.

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  • UK industry group slashes oil estimate as price drop hits investment

    By Karolin Schaps LONDON (Reuters) - Industry group UK Oil and Gas has slashed its estimate of Britain's existing oil and gas reserves by a third, saying weak oil prices have made it less likely that some resources will ever be retrieved. Oil prices are lingering near lows last seen during the 2009 financial crisis, freezing more than $300 billion in global upstream oil and gas spending in 2015 and 2016. For Britain, the world's number 21 oil and gas producer, weak investment has brought existing reserves to a five-year low of 6 billion-9 billion barrels of oil equivalent, down from 8 billion-12 billion last year.

  • Kenya takes steps to replace election officials after protests

    Kenya is taking steps to replace commissioners on the electoral oversight body, the government said on Tuesday, part of a deal with the opposition to resolve a row that led to protests and violence earlier this year. Rivals in parliament had held talks to end the dispute over the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC), which opponents said was biased and not fit to oversee elections scheduled for August 2017.

  • Lord Sugar's Apprentice line-up includes 'Tasmanian Devil' and 'pocket rocket'

    The businessman is heading back to the boardroom for the new series, now on Thursdays.

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  • Is the Philippines' "war on drugs" fuelling an HIV epidemic?

    By David Doyle CEBU, Philippines (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - As Rosita leaves Jose's small office in downtown Cebu in the central Philippines, he passes her a handful of biscuits and six clean needles. Amidst Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte's war on drugs - in which nearly 3,000 people have been killed, according to police - it is safer to be anonymous. Clean needles have been distributed in Cebu City for years, sometimes illegally, in order to prevent the spread of HIV.

  • Wahlberg hopes lessons are learned from Deepwater Horizon film

    Mark Wahlberg has said he hopes big oil companies will learn from the Deepwater Horizon explosion, as a new film about the 2010 disaster debuts in UK cinemas. The Oscar-nominated actor plays Mike Williams in the film, who was the last person to make it out alive from the BP oil rig in the Gulf of Mexico. Wahlberg posed with Williams on the red carpet, and said: "He's an amazing guy and has done some extraordinary things.

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  • Australia softens 'backpacker tax' after outcry

    Some 600,000 backpackers travel to Australia every year, many of them finding work picking fruit

  • Ejector seat firm to be prosecuted over Red Arrows pilot death

    An ejector seat manufacturer is to be prosecuted over the death of Red Arrows pilot Sean Cunningham, the Health and Safety Executive said. Flight Lieutenant Cunningham, 35, died after his ejector seat initiated during pre-flight checks of his Hawk XX177 jet at RAF Scampton in November 2011. Martin Baker Aircraft Ltd will be prosecuted over an alleged breach of health and safety law.

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  • Monarch Airlines: Social media frenzy amid concerns over airline going bust

    Hundreds of people have taken to social media in speculation over the future of budget airline Monarch since rumours surfaced over the weekend that they were going bust. Despite the fact that Monarch Airlines have now denied the rumours and confirmed that flights are operating as normal, hundreds of people have continued to take to Twitter to raise concerns over whether they will be able to travel with the airline on tickets already bought for the holiday season. A spokesperson for Monarch said they did not know where the rumours came from, however, confirmed that they were "not true".

    International Business Times
  • FTSE Moves: Bank and housing stocks send the London market into sharp decline

    Top flight shares fell sharply in afternoon trading triggered by declines in bank and housing stocks.

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