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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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    Aaren O'Connor was outside her apartment complex in Chicago, Illinois, when she was hit in the head on Friday, according to US media reports. The 25-year-old's father David told CBS Chicago: "Every few moments she said, 'My head hurts. CBS Chicago reported she had moved to the city last year for a new job and to be closer to her boyfriend.

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  • Adam Johnson Pleads Guilty To Sex Charge

    Footballer Adam Johnson has admitted one count of sexual activity with a 15-year-old girl and one count of grooming. However, the Sunderland winger continues to deny two charges of sexual activity with the same child. The 28-year-old, from Castle Eden, County Durham, appeared at Bradford Crown Court.

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  • Banks Are Worried Homeowners Will Do This.

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  • Moscow warns US over missile system deployment to S. Korea

    Moscow on Wednesday warned that Washington's deployment of a US missile defence system to South Korea could spark an arms race in the region.

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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 restaurant's 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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  • TV viewers complain about Happy Valley 'mumbling'

    TV viewers have complained about the "shocking" sound quality on BBC drama Happy Valley.

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  • BT offers 'breakthrough' service to divert 'huge numbers' of nuisance calls

    Telecoms giant BT is to launch a "breakthrough" new service aimed at diverting millions of nuisance calls.

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  • Help Erase Credit Card Debt with a Personal Loan

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  • EU agrees Greece border demands, heralding Schengen suspension

    European Union envoys agreed a new set of demands for Greece to fix its handling of irregular migrants on Wednesday, moving forward a process that could see frontier checks in Europe's passport-free Schengen zone extended for up to two years. EU diplomatic sources said a meeting of ambassadors from the 28 member states approved a second set of recommendations to Greece to end serious deficiencies in its control of its part of the Schengen area external border within three months. Should it fail to implement all the measures, which few expect Athens to be able to do, an unprecedented measure under the Schengen treaty would allow states inside the zone to impose checks on their own borders -- as some including Germany have already done in response to movements of migrants from Greece.

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  • New Harry Potter book to be released in July

    A new Harry Potter book will be released nine years after JK Rowling's final story, The Deathly Hallows.

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  • Pakistan court to hear bid to reclaim jewel from British crown

    A Pakistani court is set on Thursday to hear a petition asking Britain's Queen Elizabeth II to return the Koh-i-Noor diamond more than 150 years after it was taken from Lahore by colonial forces.

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  • Scientists Find Hundreds Of Galaxies Hidden Behind The Milky Way

    ‘Hidden Galaxies In The Zone Of Avoidance’ may sound like a Fall Out Boy song title but in fact it’s a major scientific discovery of hundreds of hidden galaxies just down the intergalactic road from Earth. 

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  • Meet Anubis, The Adorable Dog With No Nose

    This is Anubis, a dog so adorable that the fact he doesn’t have a nose simply makes him more lovable.

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  • Peter Phillips quits Queen's birthday lunch role amid 'conflict of interest'

    Peter Phillips has stepped down as a trustee of a charity which will distribute funds from the Queen's 90th birthday lunch because of a conflict of interest.

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  • Black cabs bring central London to a halt in Uber protest

    The drivers of London's famous black cabs brought the centre of the capital to a standstill on Wednesday in protest against Uber and government regulations they say compromise passenger safety. San Francisco-based Uber, whose investors include Goldman Sachs and Google, has grown rapidly around the world but has faced protests, bans and restrictions in several cities. On Wednesday, thousands of black taxis lined up in the main streets around the Houses of Parliament and Prime Minister David Cameron's 10 Downing Street residence to choke traffic for around 90 minutes.

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  • Surprising Rule Helps People In Credit Card Debt

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  • Rapper DMX Resuscitated In Hotel Car Park

    Rapper DMX has recovered after being found unconscious outside a hotel in New York on Monday, his lawyer says. Officers were called to the Ramada Inn where they found a 45-year-old man with no pulse in the car park. Yonkers Police Detective Lieutenant Patrick McCormack said privacy laws prevented him from identifying the man but that he was given medication by paramedics to reverse the effects of opioid drugs.

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  • British newspaper reverts to using Bombay rather than Mumbai

    British newspaper The Independent will switch back to using Bombay rather than Mumbai when referring to India's financial capital, its editor said Wednesday.

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  • Ryan Reynolds On Struggle To Make Deadpool

    Ryan Reynolds has told Sky News he tried to get Deadpool made for 11 years because it is one of those "rare properties that comes along that studios don't want to make". The comic book super hero film is based on Marvel's most unconventional anti-hero - Wade Wilson who tries to cure his cancer by a undergoing a rogue experiment that leaves him indestructible. The dark and twisted character exists within the X-Men universe which was something Reynolds knew would be problematic with 20th Century Fox, which owns the franchise.

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  • Junior doctors' strike: 5 things you need to know

    As thousands of junior doctors across England are on strike, here are five things you need to know about their ongoing dispute with the Government.

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  • A Real-Life Titanic Replica Is To Set Sail In 2018

    Artist’s impressions of the new ship. (Picture: Blue Star Line)

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  • Sky Q set-top box with 'fluid viewing' technology goes on sale

    Sky has launched its new, next generation set-top box, Sky Q. The new device will be available for purchase in Sky retail stores across UK from 12 February. Sky had first announced its intention to launch a new set-top box in November 2015, which promised to bring in "fluid viewing" to its customers. Current and new Sky customers can choose to purchase the new set-top box online or order via phone.

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  • French dancer fined for selfie with snoozing far-right Le Pen

    French dancer Brahim Zaibat, a former lover of Madonna, was fined one euro by a Paris court Wednesday for sneaking a selfie with far-right patriarch Jean-Marie Le Pen as he snoozed on an airplane.

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  • Tenants Leave All Kinds Of Important Stuff Behind When They Move House

    Richard Lambert, chief executive of the NLA, said: “Recent ONS figures show that application fraud cases - when fraudsters open an account using fake or stolen documents in someone else’s name - rose by 14% last year.

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  • Is your insurance comp Laughing Behind Your Back?

    New Studies Show that if you drive less than 55 miles a day you can save a ton on auto insurance.

  • Israeli opposition leader wants to begin separating from Palestinians

    Israeli opposition leader Isaac Herzog said Wednesday that no peace deal was possible for now and his country must begin unilaterally separating from the Palestinians "as much as possible" to restore security.

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  • Judge felt ‘no option’ but to jail 16-year-old with no appropriate adult in his life

    The judge said she hoped that custody may give the teenager stability.

  • Staple cassava demonstrates Nigeria's economic vulnerability

    International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA) spokesman Godwin Atser holds up cassava uprooted from a farm at Alabata village outskirts of Ibadan city, southwest Nigeria, on January 27, 2016

    • AFP
  • Wild elephant goes on a rampage in Indian village

    A wild elephant went on a rampage in a village in India's eastern West Bengal state on Wednesday (10 February), damaging around 100 structures, villagers said. The elephant strayed into Ektiasal village in Siliguri district early in the morning and woke up villagers with its roaring. The villagers went outside and saw the large creature damaging houses and shops. "The elephant entered from a nearby forest area. It has destroyed many houses and people are scared and helpless," said villager Milan Saha. No injuries have been reported and forest department officials are trying to capture the elephant. Attacks by elephants have been on the rise in eastern India. Wildlife experts say the destruction of animal habitats in the country is one of the main reasons for the increase in encounters between wild animals and villagers in rural areas of India.

    • International Business Times
  • How Older Men Tighten Their Skin

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  • Judy Murray 'thrilled to bits' at birth of granddaughter

    Judy Murray has thanked people for their well wishes on the birth of her first granddaughter.

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  • George Osborne's brother faces being struck off over affair

    Chancellor George Osborne's psychiatrist brother faces being struck off from the medical profession after he had a two-year affair with his "vulnerable" patient.

    • Press Association
  • Syrian opposition urges allies to supply anti-aircraft missiles

    The Saudi-backed Syrian opposition said that if allies supplied them with anti-aircraft missiles then they could defend civilians against Russian air strikes and that the opposition would not allow the weapons to fall into the hands of militants. "If we had these, this would solve the problem of Syria," opposition spokesman Salim al-Muslat said of the weapons.

    • Reuters
  • 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.

    • AFP
  • 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.

  • Bungling Council Workers Cover Gaping Pothole By Just Painting Over It

    Bungling council workers left residents confuse when road markings were painted right through the middle of a gaping pothole.

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  • You Can Only Get Out Of Amazon’s Ts And Cs If There’s A Zombie Apocalypse

    Most people don’t read the endless terms and conditions from companies but something in Amazon’s proves that you maybe should.

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  • Tesco takes full control of Harris+Hoole coffee chain

    Tesco , Britain's biggest retailer, has taken full control of the Harris+Hoole coffee shop chain by buying out its founding investors, it said on Wednesday. The supermarket chain purchased a non-controlling stake in an agreement struck three years ago. When Dave Lewis became Tesco chief executive in 2014 analysts had speculated the firm's stake in the coffee shop chain and its Giraffe restaurant chain could be sold.

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  • flydubai says profits nosedived 60% in 2015

    flydubai's profit's have slumped due to a strong dollar and route suspensions

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  • NATO sends 'clear signal' to Russia with eastern presence

    NATO chief Jens Stoltenberg on Wednesday said the alliance had approved plans for an increased presence in eastern member states alarmed by a more assertive Russia, sending a "clear signal" to any aggressors.

    • AFP
  • Jose Mourinho ‘Convinced’ He Will Take Manchester United Job From Louis Van Gaal

    Jose Mourinho is convinced he will become Manchester United’s next manager, according to reports.

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  • Crackdown On Britain's Most Wanted Fraudsters

    Britain's 10 most wanted suspected fraudsters are to be identified as the Home Secretary announces a crackdown on fraud that "shames our financial system". The list will be put together by a new joint taskforce made up of senior officials from the banking industry, law enforcement agencies and government. The taskforce's aim is to speed up intelligence sharing between those key groups to ensure that they all work together for best effect to curb the activities of serious and organised crime gangs, who are estimated to cost Britain at least £24m a year.

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  • Drink-Drive Limit Could Be Cut By A Third

    Motorists could see the drink-drive limit in England and Wales cut for the first time in a generation after figures revealed deaths involving a drunk driver remained static. Roads minister Andrew Jones is to hold talks with his Scottish counterpart to discuss cutting the limit to less than one glass of wine, bringing England and Wales in line with Scotland. Responding to a parliamentary question, the minister told MPs: “I am intending to discuss with the Scottish minister the experience of the lower limit in Scotland and the timescales to get access to robust evidence of the road safety impact.

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  • What Are The Pros & Cons Of A Reverse Mortgage?

    More Americans are accessing their home equity to support their retirement years. Speak with a professional and see what you may qualify for today.

  • Funeral Home ‘Dumped Bodies In Corridor Next To Old Bike And Christmas Trees’

    A funeral home stored coffins containing bodies in a corridor next to an old bike and Christmas trees, it has been claimed. The Sun reported that the coffins were stored on a shelf next to a rusty bicycle and discarded Christmas trees in a room with a mouldy ceiling at the Midcounties Co-operative Funeralcare home in Walsall. Midcounties Co-operative said it will investigate the claims.

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  • New Hampshire primary: Bernie Sanders victory ‘sends a message’

    US Democratic candidate Bernie Sanders thanked his opponent Hillary Clinton during his victory speech after winning the New Hampshire primary on Tuesday (9 February). "Secretary Clinton called and was very gracious in her congratulations, I thank her for her call and I congratulate her and her supporters for the vigorous campaign they ran in New Hampshire," Sanders said. Sanders told his supporters that his campaign would carry on with momentum and energy in the next primaries, calling his performance in Iowa and New Hampshire, "not short of a revolution". "Together we have sent a message that will echo from Wall Street to Washington, from Maine to California. And that is that the government of our great country belongs to all of the people and not just a handful of wealthy campaign contributors and their super Pacs," Sanders said. Sanders, who describes himself as a "democratic socialist," has called for eradicating income inequality, breaking up the big banks and providing free college tuition.

    • International Business Times
  • Climate change 'forcing species to move'

    Warming temperatures are causing about half of the world's plants and animals to move location, an international conference in Australia heard Wednesday, with every major type of species affected.

    • AFP
  • Today is a big day for the truth about the ‘Birmingham Six’ IRA pub bombings

    In two weeks we’ll know if there’s enough evidence to open an inquest.

  • Men: Tighter Looking Skin In One Easy Step

    How older men tighten their skin and reduce the look of wrinkles without cosmetic procedures.

  • 9,200-year-old fermented fish bones discovered in Sweden show early signs of settlement

    A large storage of fish has been found at an Early Mesolithic settlement in southern Sweden. Archaeologists said that large quantities of fish had been fermented at the 9,200-year-old site, indicating an early sign of settlement in the Nordic region. As many as 30,000 fish bones were recovered from the site located at what was once a lake near the outlet of the Baltic Sea in Solvesborg in Blekinge province.

    • International Business Times
  • 13 million pupils in OECD nations 'failing at 15': report

    Around 13 million pupils in OECD countries have failed to attain a sufficient level of proficiency in either reading, maths or science by the time they reach 15, according to a new study released by the think-tank on Wednesday.

    • AFP
  • Fish, other mosquitoes now warriors in Zika battle

    With larva-chomping fish and genetically modified insects, Latin Americans are deploying legions of little helpers to destroy mosquitoes carrying the Zika virus in the world's latest mass health scare.

    • AFP
  • Everybody needs a friend as dedicated as this guy

    Birthday greetings done right. Sort of.

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  • World tourism map redrawn since attacks, epidemics, migrants

    The world's tourism map is being redrawn at lightning speed as holidaymakers switch preferences prompted by terror attacks, epidemics and migrant crises.

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  • Fallout 4: More secret locations with ample of supplies revealed

    If you are hooked on to exploring the wasteland in Bethesda's Fallout 4, there is good news for you. In fact, YouTuber Thomas of The Lawd has gone a step beyond and is mapping unexplored locations in the Wasteland city. Taking a cue from the Wasteland Survival Guide I, Thomas explored all secondary sites that are not marked on the Pip-Boy's map and has documented three series, each running to more than a dozen episodes, reported Kotaku.

    • International Business Times
  • Why do people get ashes on their head today?

    And why don’t some eat meat?

  • UK to launch review into feasibility of tidal energy

    The British government said on Wednesday it will launch an independent review into tidal lagoon energy this spring to understand how it could contribute to Britain's energy mix in the most cost-effective way. A proposed 1-billion-pound project to build a tidal energy lagoon in Swansea Bay has stalled because of negotiations over the level of government funding. "Tidal lagoons have the potential to provide the country with clean and secure energy," the government said in a statement.

    • Reuters
  • Why Women Love This New Shopping Site

    This site features names like Coach, SmashBox, and Kate Spade - and unlike Amazon or Gilt it's fast, fun and really exciting.

  • Former boss of City regulator warns of peer-to-peer lending losses

    Former City regulator chairman Lord Adair Turner has issued a warning about the fledgling peer-to-peer lending industry - predicting losses which will "make the worst bankers look like absolute lending geniuses".

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  • Deutsche Bank is 'rock solid' says chief executive John Cryan following the plunge in share price

    Following the recent decline in the share price of Deutsche Bank, its chief executive John Cryan has publicly claimed the bank is "rock solid". Wolfgang Schaeuble, Germany's finance minister, also took the unusual step of backing the CEO's claim. The decline is related to the poor financial performance of the bank, which reported an annual loss of €6.8bn for 2015, post which Deutsche Bank said that it would not pay its board members a bonus for 2015.

    • International Business Times
  • U.S. shale oil output to double by 2035 - BP

    By Ron Bousso LONDON (Reuters) - U.S. shale oil production will double over the next 20 years as drillers that became more efficient amid a slump in oil prices unlock new resources, British energy giant BP said on Wednesday. In its industry benchmark 2035 Energy Outlook, BP forecast global demand for energy to increase by 34 percent, driven by growth in the world population and economy, with the share of oil declining in favour of gas and renewables. U.S. shale or tight oil production using fracking technology was a key driver behind global supply growth in recent years.

    • Reuters
  • Junior Doctors Strike: The 5 Key Issues Preventing Agreement In Bitter Dispute

    Junior doctors in England have begun their second 24-hour strike of the year, with more than 2,800 operations cancelled as a result. Talks between the Government and the British Medical Association (BMA) failed to reach any kind of deal, despite last-ditch attempts to avoid a walkout. More strike action is looking increasingly likely as major points of contention about weekend work remain unresolved.

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

    Entering a Name and State on this site could reveal info you thought wasn't available. Have you searched yourself or someone you know yet?

  • Google experiments with wireless recharging for driverless cars – paving way for 'electric roads'

    Who'll need a cord to recharge a Google driverless car of the future? No one because the company is experimenting with a wireless system to recharge the electric vehicles instead of using old-fashioned cords. The tech giant is already testing wireless charging for the cars, according to filings with the US Federal Communications Commission, reports IEEE Spectrum.

    • International Business Times
  • U.S. crude down as Cushing stockpiles hit record; Brent up

    By Barani Krishnan NEW YORK (Reuters) - U.S. crude prices fell 2 percent on Wednesday as stockpiles at the main U.S. delivery point hit record highs amid output cuts by refiners, while Brent rose for the first time in five days after global production cuts suggested by Russia. Inventories at the Cushing, Oklahoma delivery point for U.S. crude futures rose to an all-time high just shy of 65 million barrels, data from the government's Energy Information Administration (EIA) showed. The Cushing build eclipsed a more bullish number from the EIA showing total U.S. crude stockpiles down for the first time in three weeks.

    • Reuters
  • Freud's 'Pregnant Girl' fetches £16m at auction

    One of Lucian Freud's most famous paintings has sold for more than £16 million at auction.

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  • Russian air strikes in Syria 'directly enabling' IS: US

    Russian air strikes in and around the city of Aleppo against opponents of the Syrian regime are benefitting the Islamic State group, a senior US official charged Wednesday.

    • AFP
  • 10 Cards for People Who Have Great Credit

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  • Biggest adolescent drinkers linked to lowest levels of parental control

    A study of adolescents' drinking habits has found the heaviest consumers of alcohol were teenagers under the lowest levels of parental control.

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  • Liverpool Scrap £77 Tickets After Walkout

    Liverpool FC have scrapped plans to charge £77 for some tickets and apologised to supporters for "distress caused". It comes after an estimated 10,000 fans walked out of Anfield in the 77th minute of Liverpool's 2-2 draw with Sunderland on Saturday in protest. The changes would have meant some supporters paying more than £1,000 for a season ticket for the first time, though other ticket prices would have reduced.

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