• Kate Beckinsale Shuts Down Rumours She's Dating David Walliams In The BEST Way

    Kate Beckinsale has taken to social media to deny all rumours that she is dating her close friend David Walliams, and we have to admit, she did it in the best way ever. The actress gave celebs everywhere a lesson in how to handle the rumour mill as she shared a photo taken by the paparazzi of herself and David enjoying a fun dinner date. Alongside the image, Kate tweeted: “This is my dear friend, @davidwalliams.

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  • Conservative Party chairman says Brexit must be binding

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  • Tourism blow for Greek island that sheltered refugees

    Praise from global luminaries for their compassionate response to the influx of migrants has not helped restore tourism on the island of Lesbos

    AFP
  • Mrs Brown's Boys drops the f-bomb repeatedly in live episode, but fans loved it

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    Voting for the winner will be suspended on Sunday afternoon in a devious twist.

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  • Saint West Has Already Said His First Word - But Kim Kardashian Isn't Happy

    Kim Kardashian and Kanye West were overjoyed to welcome their second child together, Saint, back in December and now Kim has revealed that the seven-month-old has already said his first word… But she isn’t happy about it. Kim and Kanye are also mum and dad to their three-year-old daughter North West and Kim recently opened up about educating her children about race from an early age and wanting them to know that their lives matter. "I know Kanye is so excited to talk to them about how he grew up.

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  • EU should suspend funds for Spain, Portugal: letter

    EC vice president Jyrki Katainen said "socio-economic factors" should be taken into account when deciding how much to suspend structural funds to Spain and Portugal

    AFP
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    According to Lockheed Martin, every F-35 pilot wears the Generation III helmet for each training exercise and operational mission. Pilots can also read their airspeed, altitude, targeting information, and threat warnings on the helmet's visor, giving them "unprecedented situational awareness," according to Lockheed Martin. What's more, the helmet also gives pilots night vision via an integrated camera.

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  • EastEnders' Jonny Labey Shares Horrific Homophobic Abuse He Has Been Receiving Since Paul Coker’s Death

    If you have only just stopped crying over Paul Coker’s heartbreaking death in EastEnders earlier this week then we’re sorry, but you’re probably going to start again. Just one day after it was revealed that Paul’s brutal death was the result of a homophobic attack in the hit BBC One soap, the actor who played him - Jonny Labey - has shared an example of the homophobic abuse that he has been receiving on Twitter since his death aired. Referencing the horrific massacre in Orlando gay club Pulse, which took the lives of 49 innocent people last month, Twitter user @NabilFekirinho wrote: “@jonnylabey You should’ve died in Orlando instead pal”.

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  • China builds massive seaplane: state media

    Crowd gathers at a ceremony to unveil the AG600 amphibious plane, in Zhuhai, southern China's Guangdong Province, on July 23, 2016

    AFP
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  • US Presidential candidate Donald Trump sons trophy hunting slammed as 'shameful' and 'embarrassing'

    Donald Trump's sons are the focus of renewed outrage over their love of hunting wildlife, after X Factor judge Sharon Osbourne shared a photo of the pair posing with a dead leopard and a crocodile. Donald Jr and Eric Trump are seen smiling as they display their kill during a hunting trip in Zimbabwe. Posting the image on Twitter and Instagram Osbourne said: "Really?

    International Business Times
  • Matt Damon: It gets harder to make Jason Bourne movies

    The latest instalment in the Bourne franchise sees Matt Damon return as the main man and take revenge on people he thought he could trust. Starring new face Alicia Vikander.

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  • Turkey's Erdogan shuts schools, charities in first state of emergency decree

    By Gareth Jones and Ercan Gurses ISTANBUL/ANKARA (Reuters) - President Tayyip Erdogan tightened his grip on Turkey on Saturday, ordering the closure of thousands of private schools, charities and other institutions in his first decree since imposing a state of emergency after the failed military coup. Turkish authorities also detained a nephew of Fethullah Gulen, the U.S.-based Muslim cleric accused by Ankara of orchestrating the July 15 coup attempt, the Anadolu state news agency reported. A restructuring of Turkey's once untouchable military also drew closer, with a planned meeting between Erdogan and the already purged top brass brought forward by several days.

    Reuters
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  • Holidaymakers stuck in hours of delays at Dover are convinced this is a depressing glimpse into our post-Brexit future

    The real reason is that there are heightened security checks at the port in the wake of recent terror attacks.

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  • Boy, Five, In Water Park Death - Two Arrested

    A five-year-old boy has died after an incident at a water park in Leicestershire and two people have been arrested, police say. Officers were called to Bosworth Water Park, Market Bosworth, at 3.50pm on Saturday after a young boy, who has been named on social media as Charlie, was taken to hospital, where he later died.

    Sky News
  • The name of the new Star Trek television series has been revealed

    The show will be available to watch on the streaming service in the UK from January, within 24 hours of episodes being broadcast in the US.

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  • What Quebec's independence referendum can tell us about Brexit

    The UK does not have the monopoly on referendums — in 1995 Quebec came close to voting for independence from Canada. While Canada avoided a Quexit (I could not resist), the province was hit by some of the same issues as the UK faces post-Brexit vote: namely, a starkly divided nation, and uncertainty (the close Quebec vote meant many feared another referendum). Dax DaSilva is the founder and CEO of Lightspeed, a tech company based in Montreal, Quebec.

    Business Insider UK
  • Ucas is sending people tampons and everyone is really, really confused

    Loads of female A-level students have received sanitary products in the post… courtesy of Ucas.

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  • HOLIDAY HELL: Dover delays could last 2 more days

    Holidaymakers are being warned that traffic delays on the south coast of England coust last until Monday evening. The delays, which are still taking place in Kent on the south east coast of England, are being attributed to a lack French border staff at French border controls. UK Border Force staff have been brought in to help French authorities to clear the backlog in Dover, a government spokeswoman said.

    Business Insider UK
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  • Watch Superman star Henry Cavill surprise Will Smith after going undercover at Comic-Con

    The actor donned a Guy Fawkes face mask as he roamed around the San Diego convention centre posing for pictures with unsuspecting fans.

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  • Kmart workers believe all the stores are going to be imminently shut down

    Kmart employees believe the company is nearing bankruptcy and is in the process of shutting down all its stores. Store-level employees who spoke to Business Insider said many of the remaining 941 Kmart stores now appear to be in the midst of liquidation. The phases have also triggered stock-room purges, meaning all merchandise in the stock rooms must be moved to the sales floor.

    Business Insider UK
  • Simon Cowell Thought His Baby Son 'Would Be Like A Puppy'

    It’s safe to say that Simon Cowell never really expected to be a father. The star was shocked to learn that Lauren Silverman was pregnant with his baby back in 2013 but has since taken to fatherhood like a duck to water - although he’d be the first to admit that it hasn’t always been plain sailing. In fact, Simon has now admitted that he was so unprepared to be a dad that he initially thought that having a baby son would be the same as having a puppy… Needless to say, he soon learned that this was most definitely not the case.

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  • Sir Philip Green's Knighthood Under Review

    Sir Philip Green's knighthood is being reviewed in the wake of the collapse of BHS, it has emerged. A Cabinet Office official disclosed in a letter to Labour MP Jim McMahon that the case of the former department store chain boss is under consideration. Mr McMahon was among a group of MPs who wrote to the Honours Forfeiture Committee calling for Sir Philip to be stripped of his knighthood, which was awarded for his services to retail in 2006.

    Sky News
  • Severe Delays Continue In Dover

    Families heading to France have been forced to spend the night in their cars outside Dover after delays in French border checks caused what the Government called 'extraordinary disruption'.

    Sky video

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