• Liam Payne is missing Cheryl so much he tweeted her about it

    There is nothing worse than an ocean between two lovers.

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  • Bake Off champion Candice Brown laughs off engagement rumours

    She was snapped with a band on her ring finger.

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  • Coleen Nolan defends gory fancy dress as Katie Piper objects to trauma outfits

    Katie posted on Instagram asking fans not to “dress up as someone that has had trauma happen to them”.

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  • Firefighters tackle blaze at the 'oldest hotel in England'

    Firefighters are tackling a blaze at the "oldest hotel in England". The fire is believed to have started at an art gallery in Exeter city centre but has now spread to the nearby Royal Clarence Hotel.

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  • Pictures of the week: flowers, fires and facepaint

    Our pick of the best images from the last seven days.  

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  • EU lifts cap on Gazprom's use of Nord Stream pipeline link

    By Alissa de Carbonnel BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The European Union has lifted a cap on Gazprom's use of the Opal pipeline in Germany which takes gas from its Nord Stream Baltic Sea pipeline to end-users in Germany and the Czech Republic, opening the way for Russia to expand Nord Stream's capacity and bypass Ukraine as a gas transit route. Together with a separate move to settle an antitrust case against Gazprom, the resolution of key disputes with Moscow angers some EU nations who want a tougher stance taken towards Russia over its military actions in Ukraine and Syria.

  • Lily Allen: Taxi driver told me to 'find an immigrant to drive'

    The pop singer claimed she was turned away from a London taxi on Twitter.

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  • Peter Andre on Emily MacDonagh: ‘She’s my Superwoman!’

    Peter Andre has credited his pregnant wife Emily MacDonagh as ‘his Superwoman’ for how she is dealing with her pregnancy. Speaking exclusively to Yahoo Celebrity, Peter said that Emily, who is expecting their second child early next year, just lives live as she did before she found out she was pregnant. “Emily is my superwoman.

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  • Luke Shaw determined to prove his worth to Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho

    Manchester United defender Luke Shaw has expressed his frustration of not making it to the squad in the Red Devils' 4-0 defeat to Chelsea and has vowed to prove his worth to Jose Mourinho in order to cement his place in the starting lineup. Mourinho helped United bounce back by defeating Manchester City in the fourth round of the EFL Cup draw, where the full-back started on the left side of the back four. Mourinho publicly criticised Shaw for his errors in his side's 3-1 defeat to Watford and since then he has not been a regular in the starting lineup.

    International Business Times
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  • FBI opens new Hillary Clinton email investigation

    The FBI has opened a fresh investigation into Hillary Clinton's personal emails following the discovery of new messages. FBI director James Comey said the probe will examine whether the new emails - connected to an "unrelated case" - contain sensitive government information. Mrs Clinton's campaign chairman John Podesta appeared to criticise the timing of the announcement, barely two weeks before the election.

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  • James Arthur reckons he ‘changed the game’ of X Factor

    James Arthur believes his comeback could be used as a success story to inspire future X Factor contestants and winners. In fact, James believes that he has changed the face of X Factor winners for good. When asked why he chose to re-sign with Syco, he added: “Because I’m a sucker for the story.

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  • Father found injured after children die in house fire in Birmingham

    The father of two children who died in a suspected arson attack in Birmingham has suffered life-threatening injuries in a car fire, police have said. The man, in his 30s, was found in a Vauxhall Insignia at about 7.15am on Friday in Newcastle-under-Lyme, Staffordshire. The eight-year-old boy and six-year-old girl were found at a house in Holland Road in the Hamstead area of Birmingham at about 3.40am on Friday.

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  • More migrants pitch tents on Paris streets as Calais camp shuts

    By Ingrid Melander PARIS (Reuters) - The number of migrants sleeping rough on the streets of Paris has risen by at least a third since the start of the week when the "Jungle" shanty town in Calais was evacuated, officials said on Friday. Along the bustling boulevards and a canal in a northeastern corner of Paris, hundreds of tents have been pitched by migrants - mostly Africans who say they are from Sudan - with cardboard on the ground to try and insulate them from the autumn chill. While the presence of migrants there is not new, it has grown substantially this week, Colombe Brossel, Paris deputy mayor in charge of security issues, told Reuters.

  • Sika stakeholder to appeal against court ruling in takeover dispute

    Sika's management won the latest round in its bitter takeover battle with Saint-Gobain on Friday with a Swiss court ruling that the founding family's full voting rights could be restricted. France's Saint-Gobain has offered 2.75 billion Swiss francs to buy the 16 percent stake held by the Burkards, which would give it control of the Swiss speciality chemicals company because it comes with nearly 53 percent of the voting rights. The takeover has also been opposed by Columbia Threadneedle Investments, Fidelity International and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Trust, who welcomed the court's decision on Friday.

  • Trump name becomes liability in luxury NY real estate

    Trump Place Apartments on Riverside Drive in New York, where residents are squabbling over whether to remove the Republican nominee's name from the facade

  • EU fears VW diesel fixes could damage engines - Spiegel

    The European Commission fears steps taken by Volkswagen to refit polluting diesel cars may damage the vehicles' engines, the Spiegel magazine reported, citing unidentified staff at the European Union's executive branch. Software updates carried out by Volkswagen (VW) could inflict greater stress on engine components, Spiegel cited a member of staff at the Brussels-based Commission as saying. Commission officials are basing their concerns on feedback from experts at the "Vela" emissions laboratory in northern Italy, the weekly magazine said, without providing more detail.

  • Brown pebble found on beach is first known dinosaur brain fossil

    A brown pebble discovered on a beach more than a decade ago is actually the world's first known example of a fossilised dinosaur brain, scientists have confirmed. Analysis of the fossil has revealed similarities with the brains of birds and crocodiles - both close relatives of dinosaurs - living today. The 'pebble' was discovered by fossil hunter Jamie Hiscocks on a beach near Bexhill-on-Sea in 2004, but it has taken until now for its significance to come to light.

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  • Sterling slips after Northern Ireland court rejects Brexit trigger challenge

    By Jemima Kelly LONDON (Reuters) - Sterling hit an eight-day low against the euro on Friday, after Northern Ireland's High Court ruled that the law of the province did not restrict the British prime minister's ability to trigger an exit from the European Union. A similar case has been taken to the High Court in London, with campaigners arguing the government does not have the authority to trigger Article 50 without the explicit support of parliament. The Northern Ireland High Court said its ruling related only to Northern Ireland law, and would not prejudice proceedings in the English case.

  • Don't get carried away with comparing CETA saga to Brexit says EU expert

    Politicians should not get "too carried away" with comparing the EU-Canada trade deal troubles with the UK's negotiations with Brussels, an EU expert has warned. Vincenzo Scarpetta, a senior policy analyst at the Open Europe think-tank, told IBTimes UK that the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) is in a different "spirit" to the planned Brexit talks. "We shouldn't get too carried away with comparisons because we knew the Brexit negotiations are going to be complex, we didn't need the CETA saga to find out," he said.

    International Business Times
  • Ireland in 'substantive talks' with firms looking to leave UK - central bank governor

    LONDON (Reuters) - Ireland is having more "substantive discussions" with firms looking to leave Britain in the wake of the UK's vote to leave the European Union, its central bank governor Philip Lane said on Friday. British Prime Minister Theresa May said last month that the country would trigger Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty, which starts a two year countdown to its exit, no later than the end of March next year. "Now we have a date in March for the Article 50 process there are more substantive discussions," Lane said at a Reuters Newsmaker event. ...

  • UK did not open cheque book to secure Nissan deal - minister

    Britain's business minister said he had not opened the "cheque book" to secure a major new investment in the country's biggest car plant by Japanese carmaker Nissan , an announcement which was hailed by the government as a post-Brexit endorsement. Nissan said on Thursday it will build two new models at its Sunderland facility, just weeks after warning it would halt new investment without a guarantee of compensation if tariffs were imposed on car exports as part of Brexit. A source told Reuters on Thursday that the government sent a letter to Nissan promising extra support in the event that Britain's departure from the European Union hits the competitiveness of the plant in the north east of England.

  • Kim Kardashian's 5 Hottest Halloween Costumes

    In honor of Halloween and the always gorgeous Kim Kardashian, we give you Kim's hottest Halloween costumes. Remember when she was Poison Ivy? What about that skeleton costume?

  • IAG: Sterling slump and strikes hit revenue

    The owner of British Airways has blamed a weak pound and air traffic control strikes for a rocky third quarter. International Airlines Group (IAG) said operating profits had fallen by 3.5% to £1.08bn in the three months to the end of September, while revenue before exceptional items was down by 4% to £5.2bn. The group said that it had come under pressure during the past nine months, with lower fuel prices failing to offset the effects of Britain's vote to leave the European Union, overseas terrorist attacks, air traffic control strikes and currency movements.

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  • Andy Murray rallies to beat Gilles Simon at Vienna Open and continue bid for No 1 spot

    Andy Murray came from a set behind to defeat Gilles Simon at the Vienna Open and keep himself firmly in the race for the No 1 world ranking spot currently held by Novak Djokovic. Murray, 29, sealed his place in the quarter-finals of the competition after he bounced back after a difficult start to beat Simon 4-6 6-2 6-2. Thursday's victory was Murray's 12th in a row having already won tournaments at the China Open and Shanghai Masters in October.

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