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Crushing news for Made in Chelsea as star exits show 

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Good timing to land a new reality show.... read more
30. toukokuuta 2017 13:44:41 Categories: Digital Spy logo

Aidan Turner: I hate Strictly Come Dancing 

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'Poldark' star Aidan Turner has revealed he hates 'Strictly Come Dancing'.... read more
30. toukokuuta 2017 13:44:38 Categories: BANG Showbiz logo

BA customers still without their luggage after 'catastrophic' IT failure 

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A "significant number of customers" are still without their luggage after a British Airways IT failure that caused global flight disruption.... read more
30. toukokuuta 2017 13:44:36 Categories: The Telegraph logo

Player mocks MLB for profiting off Memorial Day 

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Memorial Day is all about official MLB caps.... read more
30. toukokuuta 2017 13:44:34 Categories: For The Win logo

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Spoiler: it's gross.... read more
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'Heat island' effect could double climate change cost for major cities 

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It could add around 2C to temperature rises caused by global warming in the world's most populated cities by 2050... read more
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Prince William reveals sadness that Princess Diana will never meet his children 

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He revealed that he can now talk about her more openly as the 20th anniversary of her death approaches... read more
30. toukokuuta 2017 13:28:05 Categories: Birmingham Mail logo

UKIP's Paul Nuttall 'would not rule out' internment for terror suspects 

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Mr Nuttall said he "wouldn't take anything off the table" when it came to dealing with the threat of violent extremism... read more
30. toukokuuta 2017 13:28:04 Categories: Birmingham Mail logo

Kerr 'surprised' Warriors considered favorites vs. Cavs 

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Count Steve Kerr among those who aren't sure why the Warriors are favored against the Cavaliers in the NBA Finals.&nbsp;... read more
30. toukokuuta 2017 13:28:02 Categories: San Francisco Chronicle logo

Australia to benefit as top beef exporter bans slaughter cattle sale 

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India, which accounted for 20 per cent of all beef exported in the world last year, bans the sale of cattle for slaughter across the country.... read more
30. toukokuuta 2017 13:16:06 Categories: ABC News logo

Aussies' short boundary spectacle ruined by rain 

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Australia were making short work of some even shorter boundaries in a warm-up match against Pakistan until the rain set in.... read more
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'The opposition are going to be vulnerable' 

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NSW advisor Peter Sterling says the Blues will rely heavily on Mitchell Pearce and James Maloney to form the kind of shape in attack to unsettle the Maroons.... read more
30. toukokuuta 2017 13:16:00 Categories: Wide World of Sports logo

Bleak bank holiday weekend of crime in Birmingham: All you need to know 

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A schoolboy was stabbed and two people were murdered... read more
30. toukokuuta 2017 13:15:58 Categories: Birmingham Mail logo

Manchester United transfer rumours: Griezmann, Bale, Herrera, Rose and Martial feature 

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A round up of the latest United transfer gossip... read more
30. toukokuuta 2017 13:15:56 Categories: Birmingham Mail logo

Why sat navs are costing motorists more than a day every year 

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The figure is based on analysis of the proportion of journeys delayed by sat nav misdirection and the average length of the hold-ups... read more
30. toukokuuta 2017 13:15:54 Categories: Birmingham Mail logo

Tiger Woods blames medicine reaction for Driving Under Influence arrest 

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41-year-old 14-time major golf champion spent nearly four hours in jail after being arrested near his beach-front home... read more
30. toukokuuta 2017 13:15:53 Categories: Liverpool Echo logo

Liverpool transfer rumours - Reds set for Monaco raid 

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A round-up of LFC transfer rumours and speculation from around the web... read more
30. toukokuuta 2017 13:15:51 Categories: Liverpool Echo logo

Morning news headlines: May and Corbyn put on the spot in live TV grilling 

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The latest news headlines from around Britain and the world... read more
30. toukokuuta 2017 13:15:48 Categories: Liverpool Echo logo

After a ransomware attack caused havoc in the NHS, it's vital for organisations to defend against hackers, say experts 

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Hospitals have slowly been returning to normal after a ransomware attack led to universal mayhem.... read more
30. toukokuuta 2017 13:15:43 Categories: Manchester Evening News logo

RSC Mischief Festival, theatre review: A good year for new writing 

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Every year at about this time, the RSC gets mischievous. Under its forward-thinking, bright spark deputy artistic director Erica Whyman, the Other Place becomes the engine room for a festival of stimulating new writing. It's refreshing to see the country's most august theatre company so loose-limbed and limber and the extra good news is that this year offers the brightest work so far. First up in a two-play evening is The Earthworks by Tom Morton-Smith, whose meaty drama about nuclear physics, Oppenheimer, transferred from the RSC to the West End. This is small-scale and delicate, sensitively directed by Whyman, about a late-night encounter between a journalist and a scientist in a Geneva hotel on the eve of the activation of the Large Hadron Collider. All the grandest ideas in the world are about come into play there, but Morton-Smith reminds us that it's the most intimate human connections that have the greatest impact. The real explosion happens after the interval in Myth by Matt Hartley and Kirsty Housley, spicily directed by Housley. At first it's a witty addition to the genre of dinner party angst, a middle class comedy of manners and money, as two estranged friends consider divergent life choices. Read more Julius Caesar/Antony and Cleopatra, review: Rome built in a day It ends and then, suddenly, meta-theatrically, starts all over again - but things are not going to go so smoothly this time. A provocative examination of the uncomfortable truths we choose to block out, it stars as its disintegrating hostess the magnificent Rebecca Humphries, an actress whom I have long thought deserves to be the next Denise Gough-style breakout star. Until June 17, RSC Other Place; read more
30. toukokuuta 2017 13:15:41 Categories: Evening Standard logo
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