• Amber Rose cannot remember how many men she has slept with, admitting "I've been around the block"

    Amber Rose has dated A-list stars such as Kanye West and Wiz Khalifa, but the model admits she cannot remember how many men she has slept with in total. Rose made the comments in conversation with hip-hop star Ty Dolla Sign, a close friend of Khalifa's and her guest on Friday night's show (August 26). Amber agreed with this, claiming that the situation is made worse by the fact that men rarely satisfy women to the same degree in the bedroom.

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  • Novak Djokovic reveals 'private' issues were behind his Wimbledon 2016 exit

    Novak Djokovic has admitted to battling with personal and private issues during the Wimbledon, which could have been one of the reasons for his shock exit at tennis' premier tournament. The Serbian star, who was the favourite coming into the tournament, was shocked by American Sam Querrey in the third round at SW 19. The 29-year-old has revealed that certain problems in his personal life were linked to his poor performance at the Wimbledon earlier this year.

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  • Antiques Roadshow expert left stunned by incredibly valuable doll's house find

    Upon seeing the dolls, Fergus Gambon jumped straight in the car and went to check out the whole doll’s house.

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  • Britney Spears says she felt 'awkward' on Carpool Karaoke with James Corden

    The pop superstar was the latest celebrity to James on his Late, Late show sketch.

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  • May to trigger Brexit without vote by lawmakers - Telegraph

    British Prime Minister Theresa May will not hold a parliamentary vote on Brexit before formally triggering Britain's withdrawal from the European Union, The Daily Telegraph reported on Saturday, without specifying sources. May will not offer opponents the chance to stall the withdrawal and has consulted lawyers who say she has the power to invoke the exit without a parliamentary vote, the conservative newspaper said. A majority of the 650 lawmakers had declared themselves "Remainers".

    Reuters
  • DO NOT USE Brother Of Drowning Victim Describes What Happened

    DO NOT USE The brother of a victim who drowned at Camber Sands describes what happened to his sibling and four friends

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  • Hull City 0-1 Manchester United: Premier League - as it happened

    Full-time: Hull 0-1 Manchester UnitedSubstitute Marcus Rashford caps off an impressive late cameo with a 92nd-minute winner at the KCOM Stadium that maintains United's 100% start under Jose Mourinho and condemns depleted Hull to their first defeat of the season The 18-year-old, making his first Premier League appearance of the season, fired home from close range after excellent work from Wayne RooneyUnited monopolised possession for the most part but struggled to turn their dominance into chances before the introduction of Rashford and Henrikh Mkhitaryan added an extra dimension to their ...

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  • M20 Bridge Collapse: Travel Chaos Leaves Road Closed Overnight

    The M20 motorway will be closed until at least midday on Sunday after a pedestrian bridge collapsed onto the carriageway. Kent Police and Highways England have confirmed the bridge was brought down by a digger being transported on the back of a lorry. The drama happened between junctions 4 and 3, on the London-bound carriageway northwest of Maidstone, at around midday.

    Sky News
  • Donald Trump campaign boss Stephen Bannon did not want daughters 'going to school with Jews'

    Donald Trump's new campaign chief executive has been accused of making anti-Semitic remarks about Jewish schoolchildren by his ex-wife, court documents have revealed. Stephen Bannon, former executive chairman of Breitbart News, reportedly made a series of offensive comments nearly 10 years ago when he and his former wife, Mary Louise Piccard, clashed over where to educate their twin daughters. In a sworn court declaration following their divorce, Piccard said Bannon objected to sending their daughters to the elite Archer School for Girls in Los Angeles because of has Jewish students.

    International Business Times
  • Mountain walkers told to use paper maps after librarian dies in cliff plunge

    A Manchester University librarian fell to her death from a notorious ridge in Snowdonia after picking a difficult route on a mountain, an inquest has heard. Mountain rescuers said they were surprised Jane Wilson, 53, from Stockport in Greater Manchester, chose the route and said it might be because it was the one suggested by a smartphone app. Wilson, an experienced mountain walker, was on Snowdonia on 25 March 2016, with husband Gary when the couple got into difficulties descending the 3,000ft peak.

    International Business Times
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  • Where is Biggins? Viewers wonder why removed housemate is absent from CBB final

    Channel 5 said that only evicted housemates are invited back to the final.

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  • Check out Deadpool star Ryan Reynolds' hilarious response to 'sign my d**k' request on Twitter

    Ryan Reynolds is one funny man, and the actor keeps channelling his Deadpool qualities every now and then on Twitter. Recently, he wished his wife Blake Lively on the social media platform with a cheeky tweet on her 29th birthday. Unlike other celebrities, who would probably block gross posts or not respond to them, Reynolds seems to have found a better way to handle them.

    International Business Times
  • Sir Philip Green Makes Conditional Offer To Plug BHS Pension Hole

    Sir Philip Green is seeking assurances that regulators will abandon a probe into‎ BHS's vast pension deficit if he makes a "voluntary" financial contribution to the retirement pots of thousands of the collapsed chain's former employees. Opinions differ about whether the watchdog would be willing or able to offer such a guarantee to Sir Philip, with sources close to it suggesting that every case "would be evaluated on its merits". The regulator can also‎ seek information from or pursue anyone who they believe to be a connected party - which in BHS's case could lead it to Lady Green, the ultimate owner of Taveta, which owns Arcadia Group.

    Sky News
  • US And Russia Fail To Strike Deal On Syria

    The United States and Russia have failed to reach an agreement on military co-operation and a cessation of hostilities in Syria. Speaking at a joint news conference, Mr Kerry said: "We don't want to have a deal for the sake of the deal. The talks have been complicated since initial meetings in July by new government attacks on opposition groups, and a significant offensive in Aleppo led by opposition fighters intermingled with the Nusra Front, an al Qaeda affiliate.

    Sky News
  • Three Britons Killed In Italy Quake Named

    Will Henniker-Gotley, Maria Henniker-Gotley and Marcos Burnett were among the 281 people who died in the 6.2-magnitude quake on Wednesday morning. Mr and Mrs Henniker-Gotley's two children survived the collapse, as did Marcos' parents Anne-Louise and Simon. Mr and Mrs Burnett's daughter also survived, though her condition in unknown.

    Sky News
  • Nicole Scherzinger was compared to former X Factor judges Rita Ora and Cheryl, and she didn't like it...

    The returning judge showed why she’s better than last year’s stars as she took to the stage at The X Factor press launch.

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  • 'Cannibal Killer' Student Austin Harrouff Regains Consciousness

    A Florida student accused of randomly killing a couple and biting the dead husband's face has regained consciousness, investigators say. Austin Harrouff, 19, is responsive, but has not yet provided a statement, according to the Martin County sheriff's office. The Florida State University sophomore had been heavily sedated since the 15 August stabbings of 59-year-old John Stevens and Michelle Mishcon, 53.

    Sky News
  • Global markets drift after Yellen speech

    With an US interest rate hike unlikely in the immediate future, the dollar is struggling to gain traction

    AFP
  • Once a jolly SwagBot - Ageing Aussie drovers go high-tech

    By Colin Packham SYDNEY (Reuters) - Mustering cattle across rugged terrain and wide open spaces, Australia's newest drover is a far cry from a man with a big hat, a horse and fancy boots. Australia is the world's third largest cattle exporter but with the age of producers creeping higher, and cattle stations averaging about 400,000 hectares (988,420 acres) of land - nearly four time the size of Hong Kong - rearing livestock can be difficult, even with a sufficient number of cowhands. A labour shortage makes the task harder though, and threatens Australia's hope of boosting its livestock output to profit from rising Asian demand for red meat.

    Reuters
  • London waitress' paintings bought by Charles Saatchi

    A struggling artist who waited tables at a gallery café in London gets her big break when art dealer Charles Saatchi comes across her work.

    ITN
  • Lifeguards To Patrol Camber Sands After Five Men Died

    The lifeboat and lifeguard group will also be giving out safety information at Camber Sands in East Sussex. Nitharsan Ravi's brother, Ajirthan, said the group had been caught by a rapidly rising tide and were unable to swim to shore because of the current.

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