Tyson Fury sparks anger as he parks sideways across a disabled space

Ex-heavyweight boxing champ Tyson Fury sparks anger as he parks his camouflage Range Rover sideways across a disabled parking bay Tyson Fury’s Range Rover was pictured with a ticket pressed on the windshield The ‘Gypsy King’ had posted a snap of his re-vamped car on Instagram earlier His decision to park in a disabled space provoked backlash online, with one […]

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Gates at Sir Winston Churchill’s birthplace Blenheim Palace are gilded

Majestic gates which guard entrance to Sir Winston Churchill’s birthplace Blenheim Palace get £35,000 makeover with 6,000 leaves of pure gold  The imposing 20ft tall iron gates which were installed at the palace in 1852 have been painstakingly restored  The project is part of an ongoing £40m, 10-year restoration programme at the estate in Woodstock, Oxon The crests and coats […]

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Disaster for Theresa May as economic growth slumps to tiny 0.1% – the worst for five years

Official figures showed that GDP growth is at its weakest level for more than five years. The slump in growth was driven by a catastrophic fall in the building industry – with construction down 3.3 per cent. Services and manufacturing both grew in the first quarter of 2018, the Office for National Statistics said. The ONS said that snowy weather […]

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Consumer genealogy websites helped ID Golden State Killer suspect

Sacramento: The break that authorities said led them to the man accused of being the Golden State Killer came when they linked DNA evidence from the slayings to genetic information contained on a consumer genealogical website, authorities said on Thursday. Investigators knew the killer only through a string of DNA recorded in several of the dozen murder scenes. Shaun Hampton, […]

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Students at Britain's rowdiest university Newcastle are offered cash rewards for good behaviour

A study revealed more than 10% of all anti-social incidents recorded by UK campuses were down to students at Newcastle University. And staff have now responded with a scheme to award a £1,000 prize each month to the best-behaved student house. Local residents can nominate houses based on students keeping the street clean, not smashing bottles in the street and […]

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Otto Warmbier’s parents sue North Korea over son’s death

The parents of Otto Warmbier are accusing North Korea of murdering their son and torturing him during his 18 months in captivity in the reclusive regime in a federal lawsuit filed Thursday, according to a report. The 22-year-old University of Virginia undergrad returned from the hermit kingdom in a coma in June 2017 and died a week later. Fred and […]

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Alfie Evans' dad asks supporters to STOP protests and hails Alder Hey hospital staff as family work on 'dignity' plan for tot

Tom Evans, 21, said his Alfie's Army supporters should "return back to your everyday lives" following days of fevered demonstrations outside the Liverpool clinic and on social media. He said: "We are very grateful and we appreciate all the support we have received from around the world, including from our Italian and Polish supporters, who have dedicated their time and […]

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NHS patients to monitor heart disease and diabetes AT HOME within ten years thanks to artificial intelligence, Government adviser claims

Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt has asked US academic Eric Topol to see how the NHS can pioneer use of robotics and artificial intelligence. It will mean savings for the NHS as patients monitor conditions such as diabetes and heart disease at home. Doctors will be able to oversee progress remotely and speak to patients using Skype or other digital platforms. […]

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Kim Jong-un makes history by crossing heavily fortified border into South Korea

Kim Jong-un has made history by crossing the heavily militarised border from North to South Korea ahead of historic talks. The dictator said his heart was "throbbing" as he became the first North Korean leader to enter the truce village of Panmunjom in 65 years. South Korea’s Moon Jae-in personally greeted Kim at the military demarcation line at 9.30am local […]

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