• Murder probe as British man found with trousers down tied to bench at Malaga Airport

    A murder investigation has been launched after a British man was found dead, bound to a bench with his trousers and underwear pulled down outside Malaga Airport, Spain. The body of Steven Allford, 51, was discovered on Friday (21 October). Police sources believe that Allford was choked to death and possibly sexually assaulted, but they are waiting on a post mortem examination to confirm the claims.

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  • Tiger Woods reveals his 'only regret' and it's not cheating on his ex-wife Elin Nordegren

    Tiger Woods has only one regret and it's not the 2009 cheating scandal that led to his divorce from his then-wife Elin Nordegren in 2010. In an hour-long interview on the Charlie Rose show on PBS, the pro-golfer spoke about making a comeback and dished on the mistakes he has made. Tiger reaffirmed his initial response and mentioned his highly scandalous divorce with Nordegren.

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  • Yes Nicole! Ms Scherzinger Proves She’s The True X Factor Diva

    It was jude Nicole Scherzinger who stole the show on Saturday’s show

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  • Canada-EU failure signals more bad news for free trade deals

    A placard reads 'Stop CETA - it's enough' during an anti-CETA protest in front the Walloon parliament in Namur, Belgium

  • Sex worker's call to hotline leads to raid on Costa del Sol brothels disguised as hotels

    Police arrested 21 people after a brothel raid where sex workers were being held against their will. Amongst those taken into custody was a woman who controlled four strip clubs. The network of Spanish brothels, which were disguised as hotels, had assets worth nearly four million euros seized.

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  • British banks preparing to leave UK over Brexit - Observer

    Britain's biggest banks are preparing to move out of the country in early 2017 because of fears over the impending Brexit negotiations, while smaller banks are making plans to leave before Christmas, the chief executive of the British Bankers' Association Anthony Browne said. Banks in Britain depend on a European "passport" to serve clients across the 28-country European Union from one base and lenders worry that this right will end after Britain leaves the EU. Banks have already said they are making contingency plans to move some of their operations to continental Europe if Britain does not negotiate access to the EU single market after Brexit.

  • I'm A Celeb is coming and fans just cannot play it cool

    A teaser TV trailer for I’m A Celeb has been released and it’s making everyone way too excited for Christmas.

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  • Real Madrid star Luka Modric identified as the man to replace Paul Scholes at Manchester United

    Ryan Giggs thinks Real Madrid midfielder Luka Modric could be the man to replace Paul Scholes at Manchester United. The Old Trafford legend believes that the skillful Croat has the necessary guile to fill the void left by Scholes, who retired from football in 2013. Since then, United has failed to mount a serious challenge for the Premier League crown – but Giggs feels that recruiting a player of Modric's ilk would go a long way towards closing the gap between them and their domestic rivals.

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  • Megan McKenna Worries Fans With Late-Night Snapchat

    Fans were left worrying about Megan McKenna’s health last night, after she posted an incoherent Snapchat complaining that she was having problems sleeping. She admitted that she was also taking sleeping pills, and that her lack of sleep was making her genuinely sick. It’s been a rough few weeks for Megan – who’s still reeling from claims that her TOWIE boyfriend Pete Wicks sexted other girls during their relationship.

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  • 33-year-old man stabbed to death outside north London pub

    A murder investigation is underway after a man was stabbed to death in north London in the early hours of Saturday (22 October) morning. Vincent Harvey, 33, was pronounced dead at the scene following the stabbing in Station Road, Wood Green, close to Tottenham Hotspur's football ground in White Hart Lane. The stabbing took a place outside a "problematic" pub with a long history of violence, fighting and aggressive behaviour.

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  • Nobody can quite understand why they've called it 'diva' week on X Factor

    The performances are great, but viewers were hoping for a little more ACTUAL ‘diva’ from X Factor tonight.

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  • First Calais 'jungle' children with no UK links arrive in UK

    The first group of unaccompanied children without links to Britain arrived in the UK last night from the Calais camp known as the "jungle". It followed a change to the Immigration Act which meant Britain has to accept some of the "most vulnerable" unaccompanied child refugees who do not necessarily have ties to the UK. Previously all the young refugees who have arrived in Britain have been brought under the Dublin regulations, which require the children to have family resident in the UK.

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  • Sir Bruce Forsyth's daughter talks about her own music venture and her dad

    Reports say Sir Bruce may be considering retiring after a long and successful career.

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  • Manchester City vs Southampton, Premier League 2016/17: Where to watch live, preview, betting odds and possible XI

    The Citizens have lost to Tottenham and drew against Everton in their last two games and are currently a point behind Arsenal at the top. Live coverage of the game will be on Sky Sports 1 and Sky Sports 1 HD. Manchester City come into the game on the back of a 4-0 thrashing by Barcelona at the Camp Nou, with 'keeper Claudio Bravo sent off for handling the ball outside the penalty box.

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  • Watch amazing rare footage of bowhead whales filmed by drone

    Rare footage of Canada's bowhead whales was released showing these large mammals in the ocean. By using VDOS Global drones, scientists were able to document high-quality images and videos of a small group of Eastern Canada-West Greenland population in the Cumberland Sound. "It was amazing to see how the whales were completely undisturbed in the presence of the drone. You can watch them rolling, flipper slapping, tail breaching, socialising, all while being filmed by a drone at a safe distance," says Brandon Laforest, senior specialist Arctic species and ecosystems, with WWF-Canada. Each year, hundreds of bowhead whales fed on zooplankton in Cumberland Sound during the summer season, before travelling to Hudson Strait in the south for the chilly winter months. Only the blue whale is bigger than the bowhead – so-called because of the shape of its mouth. As the bowhead lives in freezing Arctic waters, its blubber is the thickest of any living animal, which can be nearly half a metre thick. Sarah Fortune from the University of British Columbia spent four summers researching these elusive creatures. "The team was able to watch the whales and found that they spent the early morning feeding in deep water and then rested in shallow, coastal waters during the afternoon," Fortune told cbc news. She believes this is the first intensive effort to study bowhead whales with the use of an aerial drone, and says researchers now have a better understanding of how the whales forage and travel. "When you're on a boat, you can't observe the entire body ... it's like the tip of the iceberg," she said. But the aerial footage, along with the sparkling clear northern waters, meant that researchers could watch the whales' body language in real time. Fortune says the whales did not take any notice of the drones. "They paid it as much attention as a bird flying over. It was actually quite remarkable."

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  • May to lock horns with first ministers on Brexit path

    Prime Minister Theresa May is to meet with the first ministers from Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland to plot the path towards Brexit, her office said Sunday.

  • Decision on new open cast mine 'could spell end of coal in UK'

    Environmentalists say a decision on whether to allow a new open cast coal mine in Northumberland could spell the end of the industry in the UK. Campaigners are fighting to stop Banks Mining from removing three million tonnes of coal from a greenfield site at Druridge Bay on the North East coast. The Government stepped in and ordered a public inquiry after the scheme was unanimously approved by Northumberland Council in July.

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  • Webcams and thermostats used in sophisticated cyber-attack

    Smart devices like webcams and even thermostats may have been used to carry out a large scale cyber-attack, according to online security experts. Dozens of popular US based websites including Twitter, Netflix and Spotify were targeted in Friday's raid. It was aimed at New Hampshire based Dyn Inc which is one of the largest internet traffic management providers.

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  • Russian helicopter crash kills 19 in Siberia

    Nineteen people died when a helicopter carrying oil and gas field workers crashed in a remote area of Siberia in bad weather, Russian investigators said Saturday.

  • Experimental Mars probe may have exploded on impact

    A space probe tasked with looking for signs of life on Mars has crash-landed and may have exploded, the European Space Agency has confirmed. The ESA said images taken by a NASA Mars orbiter indicate the missing craft fell to the Red Planet's surface from a height of up to 2.5 miles. The ESA has compared a high resolution photograph of Mars' surface taken after Schiaparelli's descent with one of the same area taken six months earlier.

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  • American black bear enjoys one last back scratch before hibernation

    A black bear has been captured taking a quick back scratch before heading off into the wilds of Washington State for winter hibernation. The somewhat rotund beast was spotted by wildlife biologist Scott Fitkin who monitors a trail camera for the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife. The American black bear is the smallest species native to the US and Canada and is the most common.

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  • The Last Guardian has finally gone gold, Sony boss confirms

    After almost a decade in production, multiple delays and years of intense anticipation, Team Ico's highly-anticipated mythical action-adventure has finally gone gold. In game development, a game going "gold" means development has been wrapped up and the title is ready for disc production. The announcement was first revealed by Sony Interactive Entertainment producer Jun Yoshida who tweeted the news on 21 October saying development on the game is finally complete.

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  • Three out of four Britons are 'micro-criminals' - poll

    A new poll suggests we are a nation of micro-criminals, with three out of four Britons admitting minor offences or "micro-crimes".

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