• Cheryl has given Jean-Bernard Fernandez-Versini his late mother's ring back

    Earlier in the week it was reported that Cheryl’s ex-husband, Jean-Bernard Fernandez-Versini, was pleading with the star to return his late mother’s ring, which he gifted to the star on their first wedding anniversary. Alongside his mother’s ring, Cheryl has also returned her engagement ring and her £15,000 wedding band, according to The Sunday People. It was confirmed by the Central Family Court in London earlier this month that Cheryl will retain her full £20million fortune, with the successful French businessman not receiving a penny of his ex-wife’s estate.

    Stephanie Soteriou
  • Poisonous snake attacks mother in street lured by the smell of chicken in her shopping

    The mother-of-two was walking past a hedge along Lansdowne Crescent in Worcester like any other normal Sunday afternoon when the reptile appeared out of nowhere and bit her leg. "It was as quick as anything," said Bullock, 57. Bullock managed to hobble home and treat her leg wound.

    International Business Times
  • I'm A Celeb is coming and fans just cannot play it cool

    A teaser TV trailer for I’m A Celeb has been released and it’s making everyone way too excited for Christmas.

    SNAPPA Celebrity
  • California man gets 1,500-year jail sentence for raping teenage daughter over 4 years

    A judge in the Californian county of Fresno has sentenced a man to 1,503 years in prison after he was convicted of raping his teenage daughter over a period of four years. This is thought to be the longest sentence in the Fresno court's history. Judge Edward Sarkisian of the Fresno Superior Court said the 41-year-old man, whose name has been withheld here so as to protect his daughter's identity, poses a "serious danger to society" while sentencing the accused.

    International Business Times
  • Sunday's national newspaper front pages

    An early look at Sunday's national newspaper front pages

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  • Still here? EU reality dims British demand on full membership

    Formally, yes, the heads of European Union institutions say Britain and its citizens will keep seats at council tables and in Parliament or go on with EU civil service careers in the two to three years left before it quits the 28-nation bloc. In reality, say British lawmakers and officials in Brussels - some of whom were offered trauma counselling by employers after the Brexit referendum four months ago to the day - they are already being sidelined, and expect further isolation. "Why should anyone listen to us?" said a British member of the European Parliament who forecast a December mid-term reshuffle of posts such as committee chairs will see many compatriots lose out.

  • Tom and Giovanna Fletcher's 13th anniversary didn't go very smoothly...

    Tom and Giovanna Fletcher will always be one of our favourite celebrity couples around and that’s probably because on top of being adorable childhood sweethearts, they are also pretty bloomin’ normal despite their fame. Writing on Twitter, Tom shared his frustration as he quipped: “13th anniversary with @MrsGiFletcher tonight. Gi also shared her own heartfelt message to Tom, gushing: “Happy 13year anniversary @tomfletcher! Thank you for making me laugh every day with your silliness, inspiring me with your creativity and being the greatest companion I could’ve hoped to find.

    Stephanie Soteriou
  • Mariah Carey ditches Christmas sweater to show off diamond bra on Carpool Karaoke

    Christmas is still some good two months away, but Mariah Carey already seems to be in the mood for some festive dressing. The All I Want For Christmas Is You singer was recently spotted with chat show host James Corden as the two filmed for a Christmas special segment for the Late Late Show.

    International Business Times
  • What Trump thought of Clinton before things turned sour

    Donald Trump has once again been left red faced by comments caught on camera several years ago - this time relating to his rival Hillary Clinton. The US presidential campaign has been defined by a relentless nastiness never seen before in a race for the White House. Democratic candidate Mrs Clinton has described Mr Trump as "the most dangerous person to run for president in the modern history of America".

    Sky News
  • City of London banker died after vital piece of hospital equipment switched off for 18 hours

    A top City of London banker died after a vital piece of his hospital equipment was switched off for 18 hours, an inquest heard. Robert Entenman, 57, had been recovering in London Bridge Hospital after undergoing a heart operation when he complained of overheating.

    International Business Times
  • Missing mother believed to be on the run with two murder suspects

    Police Scotland released an appeal for Farrah Fadli, 29, last week after she had not been seen since 12 October. Now it is thought she is alongside fugitives Craig Munro and Allan Robertson after all three were captured on the same CCTV camera. Officers wanted to question Munro, 30, and Robertson, 26, about the "violent" death of John Smith who was murdered in Stevenston, Ayrshire, south-west of Glasgow, earlier this month.

    International Business Times
  • Little Mix star Jade: We're comfortable in racy outfits

    Little Mix don’t understand the fuss about their outfits.

    SNAPPA Celebrity
  • Sir Tom Jones opens up about losing his wife Linda: 'I still hear her'

    Sir Tom Jones has opened up about losing his wife, Linda, admitting that he still sees her and hears her voice.

    Stephanie Soteriou
  • Coronation Street Spoilers: The Week Ahead In Weatherfield

    Steve’s tests results are in but what is rattling Michelle’s cage so badly?

    Katy Brent-Stacey
  • British banks preparing to leave UK over Brexit - Observer

    Britain's biggest banks are preparing to move out of the country in early 2017 because of fears over the impending Brexit negotiations, while smaller banks are making plans to leave before Christmas, the chief executive of the British Bankers' Association Anthony Browne said. Banks in Britain depend on a European "passport" to serve clients across the 28-country European Union from one base and lenders worry that this right will end after Britain leaves the EU. Banks have already said they are making contingency plans to move some of their operations to continental Europe if Britain does not negotiate access to the EU single market after Brexit.

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  • French police clash with refugees in Calais 'jungle' ahead of camp's demolition

    Refugees and police have clashed in the Calais 'jungle' camp ahead of plans to close the area at the beginning of next week. French police launched tear gas and refugees threw bottles and stones on Saturday evening (22 October) as authorities prepared to move up to 10,000 people who call the camp home, distributing leaflets informing them they would be relocated on 23 October. People who have been living in the makeshift camp, which has grown to house thousands of people over the past five years, are set to be moved to locations around France, although charities warned it was likely other camps could appear, the BBC reported.

    International Business Times
  • Colombia airline restarts Venezuela flights after warplane incident

    By Girish Gupta and Julia Symmes Cobb BOGOTA/CARACAS (Reuters) - Colombia's Avianca airline will restart flights to Venezuela after one of its aircraft was approached by at least one Venezuelan warplane on Friday, creating a diplomatic incident and prompting the airline to cancel flights to and from the socialist country. Avianca said it would resume flights on Sunday, after cancelling transport to Venezuela when a passenger jet flying from Madrid to Bogota was briefly approached by Venezuelan military aircraft on Friday evening, resulting in diplomatic conversations and Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro ordering an investigation. "After clarifications between the governments of Colombia and Venezuela about the incident registered last night in Venezuelan skies with an Avianca plane, the Colombian civil aviation authority has authorized the restart of operations to and from Venezuela," Avianca said in a statement on Saturday evening.

  • Art-loving US couple gives Paris multi-million dollar collection

    A Texan couple who discovered their love for art during a trip to Paris in the 1970s are to donate the multi-million dollar collection they have amassed since to the French capital.

  • Washington house fire kills toddler and the dog that stayed to protect him

    A toddler who was killed in a house fire in Washington State was found cuddled up with his teddy bear and his dog, which also died in the blaze. Officials believe the terrier-mixed breed dog was trying to protect the three-year old boy, the LA Times reported, with a spokesperson for Spokane Fire Department stating "they died together".

    International Business Times
  • EastEnders Spoilers: The Week Ahead In Walford

    Has Jane finally worked out what Steven’s been up to? Jane turns into Ironside when she confronts Steven about the irregularities in the books from the restaurant. A worried Steven grows worried that Walford’s wheelchair detective is onto him. But does the truth come out when they’re left alone together?

    Katy Brent-Stacey
  • Indonesian nationalism takes a bite out of Apple

    Apple's iPhone 6S and 7 are yet to be released in Indonesia as Apple struggles to fulfil requirements that phone makers must have 20% "local content" for 4G handsets sold in the country

  • Kristen Stewart and St Vincent run errands in Los Angeles: Are the couple getting serious?

    Kristen Stewart and St Vincent's relationship seems to be getting serious as the couple were spotted running errands in Los Angeles on Friday (21 October). Stewart is apparently leaning on to her rumoured girlfriend and was seen getting supplies from a dog store together in California, according to Hollywood Life. St Vincent walked ahead of the Snow White And The Huntsman star to the car holding two bags herself.

    International Business Times
  • Great British Bake Off: Mary Berry and Paul Hollywood DON'T bake the cakes shown in technical challenge

    As if The Great British Bake Off hasn’t suffered enough drama this year, fans of the show have been left outraged after it was confirmed that judges Mary Berry and Paul Hollywood DON’T bake the “perfect” bakes displayed ahead of the technical challenge. It has been reported that the pair are in hair and make-up getting ready for filming whilst expert bakers whip up the cakes and delicacies in the kitchen. Speaking to The Sun, an insider explained: “Mary and Paul have never made a single cake in the tent.

    Stephanie Soteriou


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