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  • Official Celebrity Big Brother Line-Up Leaked - Who Is Going Into The House?

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  • Big Brother 2016: Vicky Pattison Confesses Her Love For Alex Cannon As She Reveals Wedding Hopes

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    Reuters
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    ​Disney has patented a system to track guests at its theme parks using their shoes. The system would use cameras and sensors to scan people's footwear on arrival, and track them as they move around the grounds. It would let Disney build a picture of which rides, shops and shows are proving popular during a typical visit.

    Sky News
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    AFP
  • Dutch men are world's tallest and Latvia's women are loftiest, study finds

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  • Jennifer Metcalfe named 2016 Rear of the Year

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  • Millions Of Labour Voters Pick May Over Corbyn

    More than two and a half million people who voted Labour at the last election would choose Theresa May over Jeremy Corbyn to be Prime Minister, a new poll suggests. When asked which leader they would prefer to lead the country, 29% of Labour voters - equivalent to 2.7 million people - opted for the Conservative Party's new PM. The YouGov survey for The Times also found that Mrs May's government enjoys a 12-point lead over Labour in general.

    Sky News
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  • May says strong will on both sides to preserve free movement with Ireland

    By Kylie MacLellan LONDON (Reuters) - Strong will exists in both Britain and Ireland to preserve free movement between the countries following Britain's vote to leave the European Union, Prime Minister Theresa May said on Tuesday after meeting her Irish counterpart. May, who visited the province of Northern Ireland on Monday, has said she does not want to see a return to past border controls with the Irish Republic, which will be Britain's only land frontier with the EU. "We benefitted from a common travel area between the UK and the Republic of Ireland for many years before either country was a member of the EU," May said at a joint news conference with Irish Prime Minister Enda Kenny in London.

    Reuters
  • Giant Dinosaur Footprint Found In Bolivia

    A tourist guide has stumbled across a giant dinosaur footprint that is one of the biggest ever found. Argentine paleontologist Sebastian Apesteguia, who is studying the find, said the biped dinosaur, which once roamed South America, is the most likely creator of the 1.2 metre-wide print. It was found some 40 miles (64km) outside the city of Sucre in central Bolivia, in an area well known for dinosaur tracks being found in the soft clay of the region.

    Sky News
  • TOWIE Bosses Hope Megan McKenna’s Family Will Be ‘As Popular As The Wrights Were

    New recruit on The Only Way Is Essex, Megan McKenna, has made an impressive impact on the show so far, what with her romance with Pete Wicks and her feud with Chloe Lewis. Yep, those ARE the two most important ingredients for an episode of TOWIE, right? Now though, TOWIE bosses have decided to bring in some people very close to Megan to show another side to her and to boost her popularity.

    Rachel Pilcher
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  • German man jailed for life for murdering migrant boy

    A German man was jailed for life on Tuesday for murdering two young children last year, including a 4-year-old refugee boy whom he had kidnapped from Berlin's main migrant registration centre. The man, identified only as Silvio S., confessed last year to abducting, sexually abusing and killing Mohamed Januzi, a Bosnian boy whose family was seeking asylum in Germany, prosecutors said.

    Reuters
  • London City Airport Granted £344m Expansion

    Plans for a £344m expansion of London's City Airport have been given clearance by the Government. The decision, the Treasury said, would see the creation of 1,600 jobs and potentially add £1.5bn to the UK economy by 2025. While City Airport's investment would allow for more flights, the Government is under pressure to make a decision on which major airport, between Heathrow and Gatwick, is to get a new runway.

    Sky News

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