• Riders Rescued From Paulton's Park Rollercoaster

    Fourteen people have been rescued from high above Paulton's Park in Hampshire after the brand new rollercoaster they were riding broke down. The visitors were on the sit-down Velociraptor ride at Paultons Park in Hampshire when it stopped around 45ft (14 metres) in the air. Rob Griffiths, head

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  • UK consumer confidence edges up but Brexit vote clouds outlook

    Morale among British consumers edged up in May but uncertainty around next month's referendum on European Union membership continued to cloud the economic outlook, a survey showed on Friday. Market research firm GfK said its overall consumer sentiment indicator rose as expected to -1 in May from

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  • Hunt For Purple-Haired Woman Bank Robber

    The purple-haired suspect forced staff at the Santander Bank in Piccadilly Gardens to hand over money, after unsuccessfully trying to rob another bank. Detectives say the woman walked into the Yorkshire Bank branch posing as a customer before passing a threatening note to staff demanding money. She

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  • Jose Mourinho Signs As Man Utd Manager

    Jose Mourinho has signed a contract to become the new Manchester United manager, according to Sky sources. Sky Sports News HQ reporter Andy Burton, who is outside Mourinho's house, said the Portuguese returned earlier from a central London hotel where the deal was signed. The Portuguese becomes

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  • Is Mourinho Deal A Crash Waiting To Happen?

    Either way, Manchester United have strapped themselves in for what will doubtless be a thrilling ride , complete with highs, lows and stomach-churning moments. Perceived wisdom, reflected inside Old Trafford and the United power base near Green Park in Central London, has been that Mourinho might not

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  • Young Girls Paralysed After Driver's Car Chase

    Five-year-old Katrina Raiba and eight-year-old Karlina were travelling in their father's Vauxhall Signum when they suffered life-changing injuries in the smash. Video from the dashboard camera of the victims' car showed Andrew Nay's Land Rover Discovery veer towards them on the A509 near

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  • Speedboat Capsizes Killing British Tourist

    A British woman has died after a speedboat capsized off the Thai island of Koh Samui, the Foreign Office said. Another British woman was among the 21 people reportedly injured when the boat, carrying 32 passengers and four crew flipped over as it returned from a day trip to Mu Ko Ang Thong marine park

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  • 'Skinhead' Brexit vote poster criticised for playing on race

    By William James LONDON (Reuters) - A poster designed to encourage ethnic minorities to vote in next month's European Union membership referendum sparked fierce criticism on Thursday as figures on both sides of the EU debate objected to the depiction of an aggressive white man berating a elderly

  • MPs reject Mike Ashley's demands over parliamentary summons

    By Paul Sandle and James Davey LONDON (Reuters) - MPs have rejected an invitation to visit Sports Direct's headquarters, which the retailer's billionaire founder Mike Ashley had set as a pre-condition for him to appear in parliament to answer questions about workers' treatment. The lower

  • Australian family facing deportation highlights UK immigration headache

    By Elisabeth O'Leary EDINBURGH (Reuters) - An Australian family who came to Scotland four years ago during a drive to attract people to live in rural areas, is now battling deportation under British immigration rules which changed after they arrived. Kathryn and Gregg Brain and their seven-year-old

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  • Javid: Pensions Changes Will Only Apply To Tata

    Any changes to Tata Steel's pension scheme will only apply to the company and will not pave the way for others to follow, the Government has said. The Business Secretary Sajid Javid said he was "wary of setting a precedent" as efforts continue to find a buyer for the firm's UK operations

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  • Turning 90, Winnie-the-Pooh meets queen in new story

    Winnie-the-Pooh turns 90 this year and the much-loved children's character returns for a new adventure in which he meets someone else celebrating the same significant birthday -- Britain's Queen Elizabeth. "Winnie-the-Pooh and the Royal Birthday" sees the popular bear from A.A. Milne

  • Junior Doctors Plotted To Drag Out Spat: Leak

    Junior doctors plotted to drag out the dispute over weekend pay and tie the Department of Health "in knots" for up to 18 months, leaked messages reveal. The WhatsApp messages reveal the tactics employed by medics during the protracted dispute with the Government, which led to hundreds of thousands

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  • Why Women Are Flocking to This New Shopping Site

    This startup features big names like Coach, SmashBox, and Kate Spade - and unlike Amazon, Gilt or HauteLook it's fast, fun and really exciting.

  • Eurotunnel boss sees no Brexit impact, was joking about duty free boost

    By Dominique Vidalon and Pascale Denis PARIS (Reuters) - The boss of Eurotunnel said on Thursday that Britain leaving the European Union would have little impact on the under-the-English-Channel business, dismissing as a joke his prediction last year about getting a boost from new duty-free shopping

  • Far more donations to 'Out' than 'In' ahead of UK's EU referendum

    By Estelle Shirbon LONDON (Reuters) - Groups campaigning for Britain to leave the European Union have pulled ahead of those urging Britons to remain in the bloc in the race to raise funds, the Electoral Commission said on Thursday. Britons will vote on June 23 on whether to remain in the 28-member

  • Terrifying 999 Calls During Bank Robberies

    The six men, who stole up to £1.5m over six years in targeted robberies around Merseyside and Cheshire, manhandled, threatened and injured victims as they made off with cash from banks and post offices. Employees said the robberies were "absolutely petrifying" in personal statements read out

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  • EU Net Migration Highest On Record

    EU net migration has hit a record high at 184,000, the last immigration figures to be released before the referendum show. It is an increase of 10,000 on the previous year, according to the Office for National Statistics, and will be seized upon by Brexit campaigners for whom immigration is a key issue

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  • Britain plans steel pensions overhaul to ease sale of Tata assets

    By Andy Bruce LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's government said on Thursday it had started discussions on overhauling the deficit-laden British Steel Pension Scheme, a major stumbling block for potential buyers of Tata Steel's UK assets. With serious offers now on the table for Tata Steel UK, Britain

  • As EU vote looms, migration to Britain nears record high

    By Costas Pitas LONDON (Reuters) - Net migration to Britain reached its second highest level on record last year, according to official data on Thursday that fed immediately into the increasingly bitter debate over whether the country should stay in the European Union. The Office for National Statistics

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  • Serial Killer Loses Human Rights Court Battle

    Serial killer Joanna Dennehy has lost her bid for damages for human rights violations after being put in solitary confinement in prison. The High Court rejected her claim which was brought after she was placed in isolation at HMP Bronzefield near Ashford in Surrey, after prison guards apparently found

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  • Boris Hits Back At Juncker On EU Reality Jibe

    Boris Johnson has hit back at Jean-Claude Juncker after the European Commission president accused him of needing a reality check on his EU facts. The former London mayor dismissed Mr Juncker's jibe saying that what he was telling British people during the EU referendum campaign was "in line

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  • UK business investment falls ahead of EU referendum

    By Ana Nicolaci da Costa and William Schomberg LONDON (Reuters) - Business investment in Britain fell in early 2016, a sign that uncertainty caused by the country's impending referendum on European Union membership is weighing on companies. Growth in the economy slowed to 0.4 percent in the January-March

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  • Britain proposes fee cap on cashing in pension pots

    By Huw Jones LONDON (Reuters) - Charges on Britons cashing in their pension early will be capped at 1 percent of the pot's value from March 2017, the Financial Conduct Authority proposed on Thursday. The FCA also said that insurers will not be able to apply any early exit charge for personal pension

  • UK Special Forces 'Blow Up IS Suicide Truck'

    British special forces have been praised for saving lives after reportedly blowing up an Islamic State (IS) "suicide truck" in Libya earlier this month. UK forces fired a missile at a truck, doubling up as a bomb, as it approached a bridge towards the city of Misrata, destroying the vehicle

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