• Lewis Hamilton handed 30-place grid penalty at Belgian Grand Prix

    A difficult test lies in store for Lewis Hamilton at the 2016 Belgian Grand Prix after confirmation that he will face a daunting 30-place grid penalty. The three-time world champion currently leads Nico Rosberg by 19 points atop of the Formula One Driver Standings after reeling in and then impressively overhauling his Mercedes teammate's substantial early advantage by winning six of the last seven races. The latest F1 campaign returns this weekend after its customary one-month break, but Hamilton's chances of recording a second successive victory at the famous Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps had already been dealt a blow by a 15-place demotion handed down after the introduction of a sixth MGU-H energy recovery system and turbocharger before Friday's (26 August) first practice session.

    International Business Times
  • Hillary Clinton blasts Nigel Farage after former Ukip leader's attack at Donald Trump rally

    Clinton responded to Farage’s comments “if I was an American citizen I wouldn’t vote for Hillary Clinton if you paid me”.

    SNAPPA News
  • Katy Perry Breaks Silence On Catfish Victim Who Believed He Was Dating Her

    Katy Perry has spoken out on the delusional fan who genuinely believed that he had been in a relationship with the singer for a whopping six years. Spencer Morrill appeared on the latest episode of MTV’s Catfish, where hosts Nev Schulman and Max Joseph proved that he had actually been speaking to a random British girl called Harriet, thinking that it was Katy, for almost a decade. Despite the fact Katy had been married to comedian Russell Brand for most of the six years and is currently in a relationship with actor Orlando Bloom, Spencer believed that she’d been hiding secret messages to him in her songs even though they had never even met face to face.

    Stephanie Soteriou
  • 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.

    SNAPPA Celebrity
  • Manchester United defender Luke Shaw blasts Hector Moreno over leg-breaking tackle

    Manchester United left-back Luke Shaw thinks PSV Eindhoven's Hector Moreno was partially to blame for his horror injury last season. The 21-year-old defender suffered a double leg fracture in a tackle with the Mexican defender during a Champions League tie in Holland in September 2015. At the time, Shaw accepted Moreno's apologies and considered the injury to be a freak accident.

    International Business Times
  • Bomb Disposal Team Called: Five Terror Arrests In West Midlands

    An Army bomb disposal team has been called to the Lee Bank area of Birmingham after five men were arrested on terror charges. Another two men, aged 18 and 24, were arrested at their homes in Birmingham and the fifth man, 28, was arrested in another location in Birmingham. West Midlands Police say that, as a result of one of the arrests, an Army bomb disposal team has been called in.

    Sky News
  • Some hotels in Chinese city block people from five Muslim countries

    Police have ordered some low-end hotels in the Chinese metropolis of Guangzhou not to allow guests from five Muslim-majority countries to stay, though China's foreign ministry said it had never heard of the policy. Three hotels with rooms costing about 150 yuan ($23) a night told Reuters that they had received police notices from as early as March telling them to turn away people from Pakistan, Syria, Iraq, Turkey and Afghanistan. The notice appears only to apply to cheaper hotels at the bottom of the price scale.

    Reuters
  • Jorgie Porter actually got a mullet for new Are You Being Served? role

    She didn’t like the 80s look very much, though.

    SNAPPA Celebrity
  • 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.

    Sky News
  • No 'Arab Spring' in Zimbabwe, Mugabe warns protesters

    By MacDonald Dzirutwe HARARE (Reuters) - President Robert Mugabe warned protesters on Friday there would be no "Arab Spring" in Zimbabwe after anti-government demonstrations descended it to some of the worst violence seen in the southern African nation for two decades. Zimbabwean police fired tear gas and water cannon at opposition leaders and hundreds of demonstrators at a protest against Mugabe and the ruling ZANU-PF, before unrest swept across large parts of the capital Harare.

    Reuters
  • Rodriguez could become a problem for Real - Zidane

    By Richard Martin BARCELONA (Reuters) - Real Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane has opened the door to out-of-favour midfielder James Rodriguez leaving the club by admitting the player's lack of appearances could become a problem. After a successful first season in Spain, he has failed to hold down a regular place since Zidane took charge in January. Rodriguez was excluded from the starting line-up in the European Super Cup win over Sevilla and last week's 3-0 La Liga victory at Real Sociedad.

    Reuters
  • WATCH as Joey Essex gets his GCSE results

    Joey Essex went back to school to study for General Studies

    Entertainment 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
  • May heads for Brexit negotiations without vote by MPs - paper

    (Reuters) - Prime Minister Theresa May will not hold a parliamentary vote on Brexit before opening discussions to formally trigger Britain's withdrawal from the European Union, the Telegraph reported on Friday. Brexit opponents maintain that since the EU referendum result is advisory, it should be passed by a vote in the House of Commons before the formal process to leave the EU is triggered, the report said.

    Reuters
  • Amber Heard Calls On Johnny Depp To Double Charity Payout

    Amber Heard has urged Johnny Depp to double the $7m (£5.3m) he plans to donate to charity to avoid claims his lawyers are seeking to reduce his divorce payment. Depp agreed to pay his estranged wife the $7m sum as part of their divorce settlement, which she pledged to donate to a domestic violence charity and the Children's Hospital of Los Angeles. The Pirates Of The Caribbean star confirmed on Thursday that he had paid the first instalments to the charities himself "in the name of Amber Heard".

    Sky News
  • Restaurant Group to sell or close 33 outlets

    (Reuters) - Britain's Restaurant Group will sell or close 33 outlets, it announced on Friday, sending shares in the operator of Frankie and Benny's and other brands up more than seven percent. "We scored a lot of own goals over last three years," Chairman Debbie Hewitt said on a call with journalists. "We can fix those." It will sell or close 33 underperforming stores and make other changes, including repricing and adding back some popular dishes to the menus at its Frankie & Benny's outlets.

    Reuters
  • No Brexit blues for German consumers: survey

    German consumers' expectations about their own income leapt upwards, rising to 58.3 points in August compared with July's 49.7

    AFP
  • British economy accelerates in second quarter: data

    Britain's Gross domestic product (GDP) grew 0.6 percent, the Office for National Statistics (ONS) said in a second estimate for April-June, which included the shock EU exit referendum towards the end

    AFP
  • Bret 'Hitman' Hart says Seth Rollins needs to 'improve' or he might just kill someone after Finn Balor injury

    Bret "Hitman" Hart has slammed Seth Rollins by saying the wrestler needs to "improve his technique" because until now he has been "clearly doing it wrong". The WWE legend has said that Rollins might just get someone killed if he does not. The former wrestler's comment comes after Finn Balor dislocated his shoulder during his fight with Rollins for the Universal Championship, which has been created to rival SmackDown Live's top title.

    International Business Times
  • No impact from Brexit on Norway gas exports to Britain - minister

    By Stine Jacobsen OSLO (Reuters) - Exports of Norwegian gas to Britain will not be affected by Britain's vote to leave the European Union, Norway's oil and energy minister told Reuters. The Nordic country is Britain's top foreign gas supplier, accounting for some 40 percent of all supplies in 2015. Norway's EU affairs minister said this week the country wants to maintain a good relationship with Britain after it leaves the EU.

    Reuters
  • Acute Kidney Injury: Doctors Warned About Condition

    The NHS has issued a patient safety alert warning doctors to spot and stop a potentially fatal kidney condition, Sky News has learned. The condition - called acute kidney injury (AKI) - causes more than 40,000 deaths annually, 13,000 of which could have been prevented if patients had been diagnosed and treated at an early stage. Doctors say anyone who is acutely ill should have a simple blood test to check whether AKI is the underlying cause.

    Sky News
  • Apple issues security update after spyware is found in the Middle East

    Activist Ahmed Mansoor was the target of hackers via his iPhone.

    SNAPPA Technology
  • Search For 'Distinct' Van Amid 'Abducted Boy'

    Police investigating a possible child abduction have released more details of the black VW transporter van that the boy may have been bundled into. The "distinct" vehicle has a 02 number plate and three alloy wheels while the front passenger side one is black and not alloy.

    Sky News
  • Zac Efron pays a heartbreaking tribute as he confirms his beloved dog has died

    The 17 Again actor’s pet pooch Puppy Efron has passed away, and it’s incredibly sad.

    SNAPPA Celebrity

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