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EasyJet Founder's Store Selling Food For 25p
EasyJet Founder's Store Selling Food For 25p

EasyJet (Other OTC: EJTTF - news) founder Sir Stelios Haji-Ioannou has launched a foray into the discount grocery market with a new store selling a range of foods for just 25p. The brand has expanded to easyCar, easyHotel, easyGym and easyProperty.

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  • Coronation Street's Paula Lane to leave as Kylie Platt faces 'dramatic exit'

    Coronation Street star Paula Lane is to leave the show after six years playing troubled Kylie Platt.

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  • Beyonce's Explicit Lyric Boosts Seafood Chain

    An explicit lyric in Beyonce's new song, about going to Red Lobster after sex, has boosted the US seafood restaurants' fortunes. "When he **** me good I take his a** to Red Lobster," the singer - dubbed Queen Bey - raps in the song, which was released on Saturday morning. Beyonce performed a version of the new song , her first since 2014, at Sunday's Super Bowl half-time show.

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  • Single-family homes in Winchester area from $300s

    Snowden Bridge— best value for a new single-family home in a picturesque community with resort-style amenities & scenic views of mountains.

  • Trump, Sanders win big in New Hampshire

    Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders resoundingly won Tuesday's presidential primaries in New Hampshire, riding a wave of anti-establishment anger in the second key test of the long, unpredictable race for the White House.

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  • Early arrival? Oops, I'm not prepared says pregnant Emma Willis

    The Voice UK presenter Emma Willis has revealed that she does not have a contingency plan if her baby arrives early.

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  • Detection of gravitational waves would open new window on universe

    The first-ever detection of gravitational waves, which scientists could announce Thursday, would open a new window on the universe and its most violent phenomena.

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  • Woman Falls 60ft In John Lewis And Lands On Bed

    Police and ambulance crews were called to reports a 60-year-old woman had fallen from the upper floor of the shop in Cheadle, Greater Manchester. She suffered hip and spine injuries and was taken to hospital after the incident that reportedly happened by the glass balconies of the escalators. A John Lewis spokesman confirmed there had been a "serious incident" at its Cheadle branch on Monday.

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  • Murray joins fathers' club after wife Kim gives birth

    Former Wimbledon champion Andy Murray has joined the fathers' club at the top of men's tennis after his wife Kim gave birth to a daughter at the weekend. World number two Murray, 28, joins top-ranked Novak Djokovic, 17-times grand slam champion Roger Federer and reigning French Open champion Stanislas Wawrinka, who all juggle top-flight tennis with parental duties. Federer has fathered two sets of twins.

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  • West's advantage in military tech 'eroding': think-tank

    Western superiority in military technology is "eroding", notably at the hands of China and Russia, a leading think-tank said Tuesday in its annual report on the state of militaries around the world.

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  • Man sets himself on fire near William and Kate palace in London

    A man set himself on fire in the early hours of Tuesday outside Kensington Palace, the central London home of Prince William and his wife Kate, and later died of his injuries, British police said.

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  • Germany train crash: 8 dead and 100 injured as trains collide in Bad Aibling

    Up to 100 people have been injured and several killed as two commuter trains collided in southern Germany, police said. The crash took place near the Bavarian town of Bad Aibling, about 60km south-west of Munich, and caused numerous carriages to derail. Authorities said after an initial count at least eight people are confirmed dead and more than 50 severely wounded. Police spokesman Stefan Sonntag told AP the accident involved two regional trains that crashed head-on on the single track between Rosenheim and Holzkirchen at around 7am local time. Images from the scene show shattered carriages listing on the tracks in a wooden area. Emergency services, including eight rescue helicopters, are at the scene. Firefighters are working to free passengers trapped inside the wreckage of the train. "This is the biggest accident we have had in years in this region and we have many emergency doctors, ambulances and helicopters on the scene," Sonntag said. More about Germany

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  • This Woman’s FitBit Knew She Was Pregnant Before She Did

    Posting in the tech support forum, YoungPTone wrote: “My wife’s fitbit is showing her heartbeat being consistently high over the last few days. "Two days ago, a somewhat normal day, she logged 10 hours in the fat burning zone, which I would think to be impossible based on her activity level. "Also her calories burned do seem accurate.

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  • IS Leader's Widow Charged Over Aid Worker Death

    A 25-year-old woman has been charged with conspiracy over the death of an American aid worker killed while being held hostage by Islamic State militants in Syria. Nisreen Assad Ibrahim Bahar, an Iraqi citizen and wife of senior Islamic State leader Abu Sayyaf until his death last year, is accused along with her husband of holding Kayla Mueller and other women captive. Abu Sayyaf was killed in a US commando raid of his Syrian compound last May, and Bahar was turned over to Iraqi authorities for prosecution.

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  • Welfare brake won't stop migrant move to UK - EC chief

    An emergency brake on welfare will not stop migrants from heading to Britain, the former European Commission president has said.

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  • Sliding oil prices sends UK deficit to record high

    Britain's trade deficit reached a record high last year as the value of North Sea oil exports tumbled.

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  • 'Terrifying' Moment Ship Sailed Into Storm

    Passengers on board a cruise ship that ventured into a storm off North Carolina have told of the “terrifying” moment the vessel was battered by 30ft waves and winds in excess of 100mph. The Royal Caribbean ship Anthem of the Seas, the third largest cruise ship ever built, is making its way back to New Jersey after the storm shattered glass and toppled furniture, injuring four people. Robert Huschka, executive editor of the Detroit Free Press who was a passenger on the vessel, recounted seeing pictures of the damage tweeted by fellow passengers.

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  • This Elderly Couple Have Been Caring For A Homeless Man With Learning Difficulties For 35 Years

    When Xue Shunlu and Li Huannv saw a homeless man wandering the streets of their village they decided to invite him in and take care of him.

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  • Finland's 'Soldiers of Odin' face off against huggy ladies

    Fierce-looking squads calling themselves the Soldiers of Odin have been patrolling Finnish streets in recent months claiming to protect locals from asylum seekers, but lately they've been challenged by an unexpected crew: smiling women serving up hugs.

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  • Angry Bulgarian drivers smash through Greek border blockade

    SOFIA/ATHENS (Reuters) - Four Bulgarian truck drivers smashed through barriers set up by Greek truckers along the countries' shared border on Tuesday, saying they were fed up with Greek protesters barricading roads over a planned revamp of their country's pension system. Greek farmers have been sporadically blocking roads into Bulgaria and motorways across Greece for about three weeks, incensed by pension reforms that will triple their social security contributions over the next four years. The move is part of a wider overhaul to save Greece's struggling pension system 1.8 billion euros (1.4 billion pounds) this year, and a key condition of the 86 billion-euro bailout that Athens signed with international backers last year.

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  • Missed Open Enrollment? You can still buy Medigap!

    The Medicare Open Enrollment Period isn't the only time to buy Medigap coverage. You can actually buy at any time of the year.

  • Merkel 'can't recall' angry phone talk with Pope Francis

    German Chancellor Angela Merkel's office on Tuesday said she had no memory of an angry phone call she reportedly made to Pope Francis after he compared Europe to a "barren woman".

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  • Stranger Sends Woman £100 In The Post For Being A Good Mum

    Sarah Bartlett, 37, opened up the envelope that was posted through her door last Sunday afternoon and was shocked to discover the cash and a note praising her mothering skills. "I am just so grateful and cannot thank them enough.

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  • Daniel Bryan Explains his WWE Retirement on Monday Night RAW

    Daniel Bryan, 34, the former World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) World Heavyweight Champion, has retired from professional wrestling due to ongoing concerns over the effects of multiple concussions.

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  • Laura Carmichael's Downton break 'thanks to Dame Maggie Smith likeness'

    Actress Laura Carmichael has revealed she was cast in Downton Abbey because she looked like Dame Maggie Smith.

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  • Kid sleep troubles email series for moms

    We get it. We’ve been there. Sign up for our email track to learn how to handle kids who won’t go to sleep or won’t stay in bed.

  • Lawsuit by killer Breivik prompts soul-searching in Norway

    By Alister Doyle OSLO (Reuters) - Locked away in a Norwegian prison since he killed 77 people in a rampage in 2011, Anders Behring Breivik goes to court next month to argue that his effective solitary confinement makes him a victim of cruel and inhuman treatment. Breivik killed eight people with a car bomb in Oslo then gunned down 69 people at a meeting of the Labour Party's youth wing on an island. "His case is so exceptional and so hard for Norwegian society that we don't know how to tackle it," headmaster Trond Lien told Reuters at Handelsgymnasium high school in Oslo, which Breivik attended in the 1990s.

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  • These Are The Ridiculous Reasons People Give For Not Paying Their TV Licence

    The reasons that people give so that they can avoid paying the TV licence have been revealed - and some of them are utterly bizarre. Some people just don’t have the money or don’t even own a television, but one person told officials that he was the king of Scotland so he didn’t have to pay. The full list was revealed by TV Licensing Scotland and each excuse has been turned into a short film by students at the Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design in Dundee.

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  • BA goes head to head with Ryanair with new Stansted routes

    British Airways said it would begin flying from Stansted Airport, establishing a presence at London's No.3 airport for the first time and bringing it into direct competition with budget carrier Ryanair on leisure routes. BA, owned by International Airlines Group , said on Tuesday that from May it would fly to Faro in Portugal, as well as Ibiza, Malaga and Palma in Spain, from 49 pounds ($71) one way. The full-service operator, which provides complimentary refreshments on flights, will compete directly on those routes with no-frills Ryanair, whose cheapest flights in May cost about 25 pounds one way.

    • Reuters
  • Manchester United News: Could Mauricio Pochettino Replace Louis Van Gaal?

    There seems no end in sight to the ferment at Manchester United. Just as manager Louis Van Gaal finishes Van Gaal, United cannot afford a third mistaken managerial appointment. Pochettino is attractive because of his emphasis on youth.

    • Newsweek UK
  • 10 Cards for People Who Have Great Credit

    What card offers up to 5% cash back? And which one offers 24/7 concierge service? See the best credit cards of 2016. Apply online, quickly & easily.

  • Pilot Who Flew £33m Of Cocaine Into UK Jailed

    A pilot who smuggled cocaine worth £33.5m into the UK on his light aircraft has been sentenced to 19 years in prison. Andrew Wright, who was nicknamed "Biggles", imported 268kg of the Class-A drug on eight trips over a three-month period in 2014. The 52-year-old was using an aerial photography business to cover up his drug trafficking.

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  • North Korea satellite in stable orbit - U.S. official

    By Andrea Shalal WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A satellite launched by North Korea at the weekend has now stabilized in its orbit around the Earth in a step forward from a launch in 2012, a U.S. official and a second source familiar with the matter said on Tuesday. The satellite was initially tumbling in orbit but has now stabilized, making it more successful than a launch in 2012, which failed to achieve a stable orbit, said the first source, a U.S. official who did not want to be identified by name. Martin O’Donnell, a spokesman with the U.S. Strategic Command, said the satellite had been in roughly the same orbit since its launch on Sunday.

    • Reuters
  • Mission To Save Whale In Trouble Stood Down

    The Maritime and Coastguard Agency took the decision to suspend its rescue effort after there were no sightings of the whale for 90 minutes. Keith Griffin, station officer for the Happisburgh and Mundesley Coastguard Team, said: "We've carried out an extensive search and are confident that if the whale was in that search area, we'd have found it.

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  • Stallone Offered To Boycott Oscars Over Creed

    Sylvester Stallone has revealed he asked the black director of his new film Creed whether he should boycott the Oscars after being nominated. The 69-year-old is the only person from the film to be nominated for an award, with some thinking actor Michael B Jordan and writer-director Ryan Coogler should have got the nod too. After Will Smith and director Spike Lee said they would not attend the ceremony in protest at the scarcity of black nominees, Stallone said he asked Coogler what he should do.

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  • How to Choose the Best Student Loans

    The fun of summer vacation is often dampened by thoughts of student loan debts. See which loan is the best for you.

  • Iraq's Ramadi retaken, but rebuilding it a huge task

    Iraq has completely retaken Ramadi from the Islamic State group, but now faces the enormous challenges of removing bombs, reestablishing basic services and rebuilding the shattered city, officials said Tuesday.

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  • New Hampshire: what the pivotal primary means for White House hopefuls

    All eyes are on New Hampshire this Tuesday in the race to become the next US president. It is holding the first primary in the state-by-state process of picking party nominees for the November 8 election to replace Barack Obama. Democrat Hillary Clinton and Republican Ted Cruz came out on top in last week’s Iowa caucuses. So how do the stakes differ in New Hampshire, and what is the outcome there expected to be? We spoke to our US correspondent Stefan Grobe, asking him how contenders had changed their strategy between the Iowa and New Hampshire contests. Stefan Grobe, euronews: “Well, New Hampshire of course has a different electorate than Iowa and the strategies of the candidates have reflected that. “Let’s take for instance the Republican side. You have the two conservative candidates, Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio, trying to keep a relatively low profile here because there are less born-again Christians, less evangelicals than in Iowa. So these two candidates just need a relatively strong result to go into the big states by the end of the month. “Take Donald Trump who was humbled by his second finish in Iowa. Now he tries to win big here, to stay on top of the race and stay an important part of the conversation. “Then of course you have the governors and former governors who all scored very badly in Iowa. They are racing, they are running for their survival. If they don’t score big, if they don’t score reasonable results here in New Hampshire, they might drop out of the race anytime soon. “On the Democratic side, we have this very, very strong fight between Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders. Bernie Sanders needs a victory here, and he is probably going to have one to stay in the conversation. Hillary Clinton doesn’t need to win here, but she needs to show that she can finish strong against all odds here in New Hampshire.” Sarah Taylor, euronews: In any presidential election, New Hampshire is always a hugely symbolic vote, but the 2016 primary already looks more captivating than the others in recent memory. What is the mood there among voters, with campaign machines and world media descending on them? Stefan Grobe, euronews: “Well, there is considerable excitement here in New Hampshire. After all, this is the only time, every four years, that the state is in the national and international headlines and people relish this. So whoever scores badly here in New Hampshire is very likely to drop out of the race later. “Now, economically, the state is in good shape, in better shape than the average of the United States. But then people are angry, of course, at the way things are conducted in Washington DC. The Democrats are angry because they believe that Obama hasn’t been to the left enough, so they feel that they can do better and the Republicans are angry because they are saying that despite huge majorities in Congress, the Republicans let Obama establish his domestic agenda and this is something that they absolutely hate. They want to see a new Republican president undo all the Obama accomplishments.” Latest New Hampshire opinion polls – Democrats Latest New Hampshire opinion polls – Republicans Here are some of the latest Tweets from candidates on decision day for New Hampshire. A Rallying cry from Republicans MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN!— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) 9 Février 2016 New Hampshire: if you value liberty, #ChooseCruz today! #fitn #nhpolitics— Ted Cruz (@tedcruz) 9 Février 2016 New Hampshire, I am asking for your vote. So that together we can win this election. #FITN— Marco Rubio (@marcorubio) 9 Février 2016 A Determined call from Democrats They’re counting on you, New Hampshire. Go vote!— Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) 9 Février 2016 New Hampshire, if turnout is high today, I believe we will win. I urge you to come out and vote today. Thank you.— Bernie Sanders (@BernieSanders) 9 Février 2016

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  • Indian scientists study deadly 'meteorite'

    Indian scientists were Tuesday analysing a small blue rock that authorities say was a meteorite that fell from the sky and killed a bus driver. If proven, it would be the first such death in recorded history.

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  • Assault With A Deadly Alligator: Man Arrested For Chucking Gator Through Drive-Thru Window

    A man has been charged with throwing a three-foot alligator through the window of a drive-thru Wendy’s. 

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  • Oil down 8 percent on gloomy U.S., global demand outlooks

    By Barani Krishnan NEW YORK (Reuters) - Oil prices slid for a fourth straight session on Tuesday and teetered close to 12-1/2-year lows hit last month, after weak demand forecasts from the U.S. government and the western world's energy watchdog, while weak equities also pressured prices. "The longs got out, the shorts jumped back in and there was possibly a whole lot of hedging by producers today to sell oil at whatever low price they could," said Scott Shelton, broker and commodities specialist with ICAP in Durham, North Carolina. "It's very difficult for anyone to be positive on this market with the kind of data that's been coming out." Brent crude oil settled down $2.56, or 7.8 percent, at $30.32 a barrel.

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  • Bacteria can see, say scientists, solving 300-year-old mystery

    Lowly bacteria can "see" in much the same way as humans, research has shown.

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  • Sainsbury's outpaced big rivals in January

    British supermarket Sainsbury's continued to outperform rivals in the early weeks of the year, industry data showed on Tuesday, providing reassurance for investors ahead of the takeover of Argos-owner Home Retail . Total sales at Sainsbury's rose 0.6 percent year-on-year in the 12 weeks to Jan. 31 and its market share edged up 0.1 percentage points to 16.8 percent, market researcher Kantar Worldpanel said on Tuesday . Sainsbury's said last week it had agreed a 1.3 billion pounds deal to take over Home Retail.

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  • X-Men Actor Has Cancer Growth Removed From Nose

    Actor Hugh Jackman has had a fifth cancerous growth removed from his face. It is the fifth time in two years the 47-year-old has had a basal cell growth removed from his face. Basal cell carcinoma is the most common form of skin cancer, affecting more than 90% of US skin cancer patients.

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  • 'Massacre' Fears As Aleppo Set To Fall To Assad

    A Free Syrian Army commander in Aleppo has told Sky News that unless Russia unexpectedly changes its tactic of indiscriminate bombing, the city will fall to the government of Bashar al Assad in days. In an exclusive interview conducted in Turkey, he predicted a "massacre" in Aleppo and a surge in refugees heading towards Turkey. His comments came as Syrian government forces with Hezbollah militia moved within 13 miles of the border taking the village of Kfeen and moving further north towards the strategically important town of Tal Rafat, that has been a rebel stronghold for four years.

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  • Dubai to press ahead with world's largest mall as Gulf economy slows

    By David French DUBAI (Reuters) - Dubai said on Tuesday it would press ahead with plans to build the world’s largest shopping mall despite an economic slowdown looming in the region, but would assess market demand before proceeding with the project’s later stages. Oil makes little direct contribution to Dubai’s economy, but its drop has dampened consumer and investor confidence in the Gulf’s financial and tourist hub as neighbouring governments slash subsidies and economists cut growth forecasts. The project is massive and complex and will have to be built in stages," said Ahmad bin Byat, vice-chairman and managing director of Dubai Holding, a company owned by the emirate’s ruler that is responsible for the project.

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  • What Is The Origin Of The Word ‘Posh’?

    When it comes to royalty, the upper classes and pupils at Eton, the word ‘posh’ immediately springs to mind. As already mentioned, this is certainly a meaning we still use to this day - but when exactly did it become a word synonymous with the ‘snooty’ upper classes? As language developed, ‘money’ may have soon started to mean ‘moneyed’ - in other words a wealthy person much like the upper classes who can quite easily be described as ‘smart, stylish and luxurious’.

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  • ‘He was killed because he was a soft target. He is a victim’ – Shock and sadness at murder of Eddie Hutch

    Locals have spoken of crime in their area, and how they feel gardaí are powerless to change it.

  • Liverpool ticket prices: Klopp says everyone at Anfield wants to find a solution

    Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp insists that the current disillusionment showcased by fans towards rising ticket prices is also his problem as the club search for a satisfactory solution. As many as 10,000 members of the home crowd deserted Anfield in the 77th minute of a 2-2 draw with lowly Sunderland on 6 February as part of a pre-planned protest organised by Spion Kop 1906 and backed by fellow supporters group Spirit of Shankly. Such a response was motivated by last week's announcement of a new pricing initiative that will see some matchday tickets in the Main Stand, the expansion of which is expected to increase the capacity by 8,500 seats, valued at £77 ($111) from 2016/17. The highest season ticket cost will now be in excess of £1,000, and although those plans also confirmed that 64% of season ticket prices will be decreased or frozen in addition to a reduction of 45% on matchday tickets and a renewed focus on increasing numbers of young local fans, many feel that Liverpool have wasted the chance to introduce a more affordable system in light of the bumper £5.1bn television rights windfall that is set to kick in from next season. Klopp did not witness the mass walkout against Sunderland first hand as he missed the match in order to undergo surgery following a bout of appendicitis. The German will return to the touchline on Tuesday (9 February) as his side visit Upton Park for an FA Cup fourth-round replay against Premier League rivals West Ham, and admits he was disappointed when he heard about the problem. "It's not too easy for me to say much about it," Klopp was quoted as saying by the Liverpool Echo at his pre-match press conference. "I heard about this problem, of course, but I had a lot of things to do in the last few weeks. "Now I know it's my problem too of course, but everything I could say about this now would make it more complicated because I have to first of all collect information. What I know is that everybody in the club has a big interest to find a solution for this. It's not what we want, of course. We don't want the people to leave the stadium before the game is finished. That's it. That's all I can say about this. When I heard it I was disappointed." Liverpool had earlier scheduled a social media question and answer session involving both fans and chief executive Ian Ayre in order to address ticketing concerns on Monday evening, but the club have now cancelled those plans. "LFC thanks fans for submitting questions for tonight's Q&A however due to ongoing ticketing discussions, this will no longer take place," the Reds confirmed in a short statement released via their official Twitter account.

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  • Tokyo leads Asian equities rout as traders flee to safety

    Tokyo shares have tumble more than five percent, extending a global sell-off as a stronger yen dented exporters

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  • Everton Move Closer To Takeover

    Everton appear to be edging nearer to a takeover after talks with American investors John Jay Moores and Charles Noell progressed. Moores, the former owner of Major League Baseball franchise the San Diego Padres, and his associate have been in negotiations since December. The pair have undergone a six-week due diligence period looking at the club's books and speaking to major shareholders chairman Bill Kenwright, Robert Earl and Jon Woods.

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  • Designer Barred From Flight Because Of Turban

    An actor and fashion designer has been barred from an Aeromexico flight from Mexico City to New York because he refused to remove his turban during a security check. Waris Ahluwalia, who founded House of Waris, posted a picture on his Instagram account holding up his boarding pass in protest at what he claims was racial profiling carried out by the airline. He wrote: "This morning in Mexico City I was told I could not board my @aeromexico flight to NYC because of my turban.

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  • Coca-Cola to fully refranchise North America bottling operations by 2017

    (Reuters) - Coca-Cola Co said it would refranchise all its North America bottling operations, including its 39 cold-fill production factories, three years earlier than expected, as the soda maker looks to cut costs. Coca-Cola will continue to own its hot-fill factories, which produce beverages including Powerade energy drinks and Minute Maid juices.

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  • Amazing Photo Captures The Moment Giant Wave Battered UK Coast During Storm Imogen

    This is the terrifying moment a giant wave battered the UK coast during Storm Imogen. The picture was taken at Sennen, near Land’s End, on the coast of Cornwall and shows a huge mass of water crashing down on a cliff. Storm Imogen brought heavy rain and high winds to the UK this week, with waves off the Cornish coast measured at 63ft (19.1m).

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  • Croydon: Dramatic CCTV footage shows speeding car derail tram in town centre

    Four people have been left injured after a speeding car crashed into and derailed a tram in Croydon town centre in south London. Dramatic CCTV footage shows the silver car smash into the tram on Wellesey Road just after 11pm on Sunday 7 February. The car seemed to be attempting to beat the traffic lights and rush past the tram, but instead collided with the vehicle at high speed, and rammed it off the tracks.

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  • Insane Navy Seal Flashlight, should it be banned?

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  • Star Wars Helps Disney To Record Results

    The "phenomenal success" of the release of the latest Star Wars movie and its merchandise helped Walt Disney post record quarterly profits. However, investors were unnerved by a drop in profits at its cable networks - which include sports channel ESPN, the Disney channels and ABC - sending shares more than 4% lower in after-hours trading. That took the shine off the boost Disney received from Star Wars: The Force Awakens – the first Star Wars blockbuster produced by Disney since it bought Lucasfilm from creator George Lucas in 2012 for $4bn (£2.8bn).

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  • Age UK Suspends E.ON Energy Tariff Offer

    Age UK says it is suspending its controversial fixed-price energy deal with Big Six gas and electricity provider E.ON. The charity said the two-year fixed tariff would no longer be available for new and renewing customers. An investigation by The Sun found that Age UK was paid £41 for every person who signed up to the tariff - that cost people £245 more than if they were on the firm's cheapest deal.

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  • EU investigating possible rigging of debt market - FT

    European Union antitrust regulators are investigating several banks for possible rigging of the $1.5 trillion (1 trillion pound) government-sponsored bond market, the Financial Times reported on Tuesday. The European Commission has sent questionnaires focusing on the price of supra-national, sub-sovereign and agency (SSA) debt to a number of market participants as part of an early stage investigation, the paper said, without identifying the banks. The EU competition watchdog is looking into a possible cartel, it cited a person familiar with the investigation as saying.

    • Reuters
  • Politics, princess's trial cast Spain's King Felipe in testing role

    By Sarah White MADRID (Reuters) - Sympathy for the Spanish monarchy is in short supply among the spectators heading into a theatre in Madrid's edgy Lavapies district, where an irreverent look at the former King Juan Carlos' fall from grace is playing to sell-out audiences. The play, called "El Rey" (the King), is billed as a fresh look at the monarchy's place over the past 40 years and questions whether Juan Carlos really had a useful role in shaping modern Spain. Felipe, 48, took over the throne in June 2014 after his father abdicated following a series of embarrassing episodes.

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  • Ever Googled Someone? Do A "Deep Search" Instead

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  • Why the long face? Horses can read human expressions, scientists find

    Horses can read human facial expressions, according to British research.

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  • Lionel Messi Misses Barcelona Training with Kidney Stones

    Barcelona star Lionel Messi will undergo further tests on Tuesday to determine the extent of his kidney stone problem, according to the club.

    • Newsweek UK
  • Google Chief Now Highest-Paid Boss In America

    Google boss Sundar Pichai is now the highest-paid chief executive in America after being awarded $199m (£138m) of shares.

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  • China confirms first imported Zika case: report

    China confirmed its first imported case of Zika late Tuesday, Xinhua reported, as fears mount over the fast-spreading virus that has been linked to severe birth defects mostly in Latin America.

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  • How To Pay Off Your Mortgage (It's Genius)

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  • Millennials are shifting car ownership model; ask Toyota

    By Norihiko Shirouzu TOKYO (Reuters) - When Toyota Motor looked to the future at the turn of the millennium and aimed its new, edgy Scion small-car brand at twenty-somethings, it could not have guessed that the model would be dead after just 12 years. "Surveys we do tell us young buyers are less interested in owning cars," one of those behind the Scion brand told Reuters. "They either don't have the financial leeway or they're substituting car ownership with ride-sharing or car-hailing services like Uber," he said, adding Toyota would redirect its Scion resources to its Toyota and Lexus models.

    • Reuters
  • Unprovoked Shark Attacks Reach Record Levels

    Unprovoked shark attacks reached a record high last year, according to scientists. Experts at the Florida Museum of National History say there were 98 such attacks worldwide in 2015 including six fatalities. The US led the world with 59 attacks, including those in Florida, eight in each of the Carolinas and seven in Hawaii.

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