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Helen Taylor from Stoke-upon-Trent (Reuters)

Helen Taylor from Stoke-upon-Trent (Reuters)

Brighton Tattoo Convention 2013: Visitors from around the world show off ink art

The Brighton Tattoo Convention attracted artists, performers and visitors from all around the world over the weekend. The two-day annual event is only in its sixth year but has become an important fixture in the tattoo convention calendar.

  • Carl Fogarty tells Ant McPartlin to 'man up' instead of 'running to rehab'
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    Carl Fogarty tells Ant McPartlin to 'man up' instead of 'running to rehab'

    Former I’m A Celeb campmate and motorcycle champ Carl Fogarty has blasted Ant McPartlin for his drink driving and thinks he should ‘man up’. The sportsman, 52, shared his frank thoughts on the shamed TV presenter after he was convicted of a drink driving offence that caused a three-car smash while he was twice the legal limit. Speaking to the Daily Star, Fogarty shared his unfiltered thoughts on the struggling Britain’s Got Talent host and how he should ‘take responsibility’ for his actions.

  • Brexit cases are already piling up reveals European Court of Justice boss
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    Brexit cases are already piling up reveals European Court of Justice boss

    Brexit cases are already piling up reveals European Court of Justice boss

  • Syria reportedly only fired 2 air defense missiles during the US strike, and then fired 38 more blindly
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    Syria reportedly only fired 2 air defense missiles during the US strike, and then fired 38 more blindly

    Syrian air defenses activated and fired interceptor missiles during the US, UK, France's strike, but reportedly only a couple had a chance of hitting their targets. Syria fired only two missiles during the strike and the remaining 38 after the attack had already concluded, US government sources said. Syrian air defenses activated and fired interceptor missiles during the US, UK, and France's missile strike on the country's suspected chemical weapons sites, but only two of those reportedly had a chance of hitting their targets.

  • Pictures of the week: Penguins, parks and parliament
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    Pictures of the week: Penguins, parks and parliament

    Our pick of the best images from the last seven days. Pictures of the week: Goats, games and government Pictures of the week: Flowers, fireworks and fake news Pictures of the week: Bears, boats and bridges

  • EastEnders viewers fear for Vincent Hubbard as he plans to leave Walford
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    EastEnders viewers fear for Vincent Hubbard as he plans to leave Walford

    Vincent Hubbard may be walking into a trap.

  • Royal wedding procession route 2018 - map and timetable to help you follow the special day
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    Royal wedding procession route 2018 - map and timetable to help you follow the special day

    Royal wedding procession route 2018 - map and timetable to help you follow the special day

  • Store closures loom as House of Fraser drafts in advisers
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    Store closures loom as House of Fraser drafts in advisers

    The struggling department store chain House of Fraser (HoF) has drafted in advisers to examine options for accelerating its restructuring, raising the prospect of further shop closures at a dire time for the British high street. Sky News has learnt that KPMG has been asked by the Chinese-owned company to explore the possibility of a formal process called a Company Voluntary Arrangement (CVA), months after it informally asked store landlords to agree to big rent cuts. The news of KPMG's appointment, which is understood to have been signed off in recent days, will fuel expectations that a substantial number of HoF's 59 outlets across the UK are facing the axe.

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    Theresa May's Irish border plans 'annihilated' in Brussels

    Proposals for the future of the Irish border after Brexit were "annihilated" by EU officials, who said none of the options would work. EU diplomatic sources told The Daily Telegraph that Brussels officials delivered a "detailed and forensic rebuttal", and said "none of the UK customs options will work - none of them". The revelation came after Britain's lead negotiator Olly Robbins met with senior EU officials, and has raised doubts about hopes for the future deal with Europe.

  • Royal baby: Duchess of Cambridge's due date, possible names and all the latest news
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    Royal baby: Duchess of Cambridge's due date, possible names and all the latest news

    Royal baby: Duchess of Cambridge's due date, possible names and all the latest news

  • U-Boat rumoured to have helped Nazis escape to Argentina is discovered
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    U-Boat rumoured to have helped Nazis escape to Argentina is discovered

    A submarine linked to rumours that Adolf Hitler survived and escaped to Argentina in a U-boat has been discovered – lying wrecked at the bottom of the North Sea between Denmark and Norway. Submarine U-3523 had been one of a new generation of type XXI U-boats that were able to run more silently and stay submerged for longer than any of their predecessors, with a range that would have allowed them to sail non-stop from Europe to South America. As such it would have been perfect escape vessel for Nazi gold, high-ranking officials or even Hitler himself as the Reich collapsed at the end of the Second World War.

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    Six billion cockroaches bred for potions at AI-controlled farm in China

    Six billion cockroaches are being bred each year through artificial intelligence at a Chinese farm making "healing potions". If the largest ever colony of cockroaches escapes it would cause a "catastrophe" for the nearly 800,000 people living in nearby Xichang in Sichuan province, central China, one expert warned. The insects are being bred for a "healing potion" taken by millions of patients in China, the Chinese government said.

  • Cat walks 12 miles back to family after being thrown out... only for them to ask for it to be euthanised
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    Cat walks 12 miles back to family after being thrown out... only for them to ask for it to be euthanised

    Toby the cat, from North Carolina, USA, was “met with heartbreak” when he finally returned home. The charity was asked by the shelter to take in the cat after it was revealed the family did not want it. “The shelter called us at the SPCA to ask if we could take him in and help him find a new family,” they wrote.

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    Hubble's 28 years marked by shot of wild stellar nursery

    CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (AP) — NASA is marking the 28th anniversary of the Hubble Space Telescope's launch with a peek into a wild stellar nursery.

  • ‘Overwatch’ Rialto Map Hitting PTR
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    ‘Overwatch’ Rialto Map Hitting PTR

    Overwatch is adding the hugely popular Rialto map to the PTR, allowing fans to fight where Blackwatch had it’s most infamous mission. The Venice map no longer has Talon against running amok and is now a daytime environment. If you’ve been loving Retribution, like I have, this is great news.

  • The NFL schedule is created with the help of a simple formula
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    The NFL schedule is created with the help of a simple formula

    The NFL will release its schedule for the 2018 season on Thursday. The NFL follows a simple formula for making the schedule each season. Teams play their divisional opponents, and a rotating cast of same-conference divisions, non-conference divisions, and similarly placed teams.

  • Rare glimpse of Assad family ties to Russia in kids' stay at seaside camp
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    Rare glimpse of Assad family ties to Russia in kids' stay at seaside camp

    News that Russia hosted the teenage children of Bashar al-Assad at a lavishly-rebuilt Black Sea summer camp in Crimea last year has given a rare glimpse into the personal lives of the Syrian president's family and his close relationship to Moscow. Nestled on the Crimean coast since 1925, the Artek Seaside camp served for decades as an elite summer holiday resort for children of those favored by the Soviet Communist Party and foreign delegations invited from its satellite states. Russia has given the camp a $180 million renovation since seizing the Crimea peninsula from Ukraine in 2014.

  • The Queen hosts Jacinda Ardern and Clarke Gayford
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    The Queen hosts Jacinda Ardern and Clarke Gayford

    The Queen has hosted New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern and her partner Clarke Gayford at Buckingham Palace.

  • Sunworshippers' hilarious reactions to Countdown word of day 'beeking'
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    Sunworshippers' hilarious reactions to Countdown word of day 'beeking'

    Sunseekers have reacted hilariously to Countdown’s Susie Dent after she revealed her word for the day was the rather unusual “beeking”. “Word of the day has to be ‘beek’ (1300s): to bask in the sun and give yourself over to the warmth of its rays on your skin,” she wrote. “Reading this while beeking in the park,” tweeted Pamela E.

  • Scandal series finale: Seven of Olivia Pope's most jaw-dropping scenes
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    Scandal series finale: Seven of Olivia Pope's most jaw-dropping scenes

    Grab your goblets of red wine and bowls of popcorn: the reign of Olivia Pope is sadly coming to an end with tonight’s series finale of Scandal. Throughout the past seven years, we’ve seen Kerry Washington’s Olivia take down the most powerful people in the US and become the most powerful person in the states. The snarky monologues, romantic moments with Fitz (Tony Goldwyn) and her white hat will be sorely missed.

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    PPI scandal payouts top £30bn after Arnie warning

    Claims for mis-sold payment protection insurance (PPI) hit their highest level in four years during the second half of last year. According to figures from the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), the number of complaints rose by 40% on the first six months of 2017 to 1.55 million. The City watchdog said compensation for PPI - a loan insurance product - had now cost the financial services industry £30bn in total.

  • The cute painted rocks you find while out and about are getting a dotty makeover
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    The cute painted rocks you find while out and about are getting a dotty makeover

    As the weather warms, expect to see more of these mandalas.

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    Engineer 'driven to die at euthanasia clinic after acid attack left him paralysed'

    Mark Van Dongen, 29, chose to take his own life after he was left unrecognisable and nearly blind from the alleged assault in September 2015. Mr Van Dongen, who was born in the Netherlands, had burns to 25% of his body and also had his lower left leg amputated, the court heard. Wallace, originally from South Africa, has denied a murder charge and a separate count of applying a corrosive fluid with intent.

  • Elon Musk’s Boring Company Tunnel Under Los Angeles May Happen Sooner Than Expected
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    Elon Musk’s Boring Company Tunnel Under Los Angeles May Happen Sooner Than Expected

    The 2.7-mile tunnel Elon Musk’s “The Boring Company” plans to build under Los Angeles may be up and running sooner than expected, if the city’s plans to fast-track the effort go as planned. Council members Paul Koretz and Joe Buscaino are hoping to give the project a boost by exempting it from the California Environmental Quality Act, which would possibly allow for fewer years of construction time, the Los Angeles Times reports. The west coast city has a notorious traffic problem and Musk believes he has a solution: a tunnel that prioritizes pedestrians and cyclists.

  • Allardyce: Survey asking Everton fans to rate me was a 'big mistake'
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    Allardyce: Survey asking Everton fans to rate me was a 'big mistake'

    Everton manager Sam Allardyce has criticised the club for sending out a survey asking supporters to mark him out of 10, labelling it a "big mistake". Members of the Toffees' fans' panel have been sent a questionnaire which includes, among other things, them being asked for a score based on the statement: "I have a high level of trust in the current manager and coaching staff of Everton eg in making the right decisions to get the best out of the team".

  • 'Radical Heights' Patch Notes: First Update Adds New Weapons, Bike Tricks and More
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    Newsweek

    'Radical Heights' Patch Notes: First Update Adds New Weapons, Bike Tricks and More

    The first update for Radical Heights is now live. The newest battle royal game on the market, Radical Heights offers some interesting twists on the genre, including an ability to carry earnings from game to game which allows players to buy powerful upgrades early on.

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