Disgraced TV star Rolf Harris hides behind paintings after being abused by road workers in street

The paedo TV star, 88, was targeted by road workers Jay Knowles, 35, Charlie Brett, 25, and Andy Scott in Maidenhead, Berks, near his Bray home. An eyewitness said: ““Rolf looked pretty worried and tried to cover his face with two paintings he was carrying. “He looked very shaken up. More people noticed him because of the commotion and then […]

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Four boys freed from Thailand cave pictured as divers prepare to resume mission

The first four boys rescued from a cave in Thailand have been identified, according to reports. Divers have just entered the cave and are making their way towards the remaining eight trapped boys and their football coach who are still trapped. On Saturday the first four boys were rescued from the flooded Thai cave where they have been trapped for […]

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Allies wonder will NATO survive Trump

Brussels: NATO leaders once feared President Donald Trump wasn't invoking the right words to convince Russia that the United States was still serious about defending Europe. Replay Now they're worried about something bigger: a full crack-up of the alliance, or at least such a weakening of Washington's security commitments that NATO would emerge deeply damaged. The heartburn comes ahead of a […]

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The English Patient is crowned best ever Man Booker Prize winner ever

The English Patient is crowned best ever Man Booker Prize winner in 50 years All 51 winners of the literary gong were considered by five judges ahead of its anniversary The novel, which was adapted into an Oscar-winning film, has been voted the best ever winner Judges said it was a ‘rare novel that gets under your skin and insists […]

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Church of England launches campaign for UK to give up nuclear weapons 

Church of England launches fresh campaign for Britain to give up its nuclear weapons The church has revived its fight from the 1980s against the UK’s deterrent Their parliament, the Synod voted 260 in favour and 26 against disarmament  This coincides with deepening tension between Britain and Russia  The Church of England yesterday launched a fresh campaign for Britain to […]

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Four in 10 voters believe Theresa May’s Chequers deal is a betrayal

Four in 10 voters believe Theresa May’s Chequers deal is a betrayal of Brexit and nearly HALF think she should resign Nearly four in ten voters believe Theresa May’s Chequers deal is a betrayal  A third believe the Brexit compromise is the best deal Britain will get from EU Nearly four in ten voters believe Theresa May’s Chequers deal is […]

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It’s a bug’s life: Don’t kill ant of wasp invaders says Packham

Don’t kill the army of ants and wasps invading your home during the heatwave, says Chris Packham The heatwave may have brought armies of ants and wasps into homes A bowl of sugar left outside would keep ants from going indoors  Meanwhile chemical sprays or powders should be avoided The heatwave may have brought armies of ants and wasps into your […]

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Calling on the cops on kid entrepreneurs

It ain’t easy being a kidpreneur. Or at least not nearly as easy as it should be. Entrepreneurial youngsters across the country have been starting their own businesses selling water, mowing lawns and the old classic: operating lemonade stands. And the adults around them? They’re calling the cops. Alison Ettel, better known as #PermitPatty, called the police on an 8-year-old […]

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Heartbroken family of Shakira Pellow pay tear-jerking tribute to 'bubbly, pain in the a**e' schoolgirl, 15, whose smile 'would light up a room'

The 15-year-old collapsed on Friday night after taking an unknown substance in a park in Camborne, Cornwall, and died hours later. Shakira's distraught family are urging for others to be more vigilant about the danger of drugs. In a joint statement, her mum Rita, her mum's partner Lee and Shakira's dad Shaun said: "Shakira was a young, bubbly girl with […]

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Nikolai Glushkov: Vladimir Putin Foe Strangled In U.K. Same Day He Planned To Testify On Kremlin 'Persecution'

A leading Russian dissident living in exile in England was strangled to death in his own home on the same day he planned to testify in a case that a court called Russian ‘persecution’ against him. Nikolai Glushkov, an exiled opponent of Russian President Vladimir Putin who had been pursued in court for years by Russia’s state-run airline Aeroflot — […]

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