British astrophysicist Natalie Christopher died instantly coroner says

British astrophysicist Natalie Christopher died instantly when she plunged down a ravine on Greek island Ikaria, coroner reveals as rescuers describe how her hysterical boyfriend had to be restrained when her body was found Dr Natalie Christopher, 34, was discovered yesterday in ravine on Aegean island British astrophysicist went missing on Monday morning on the island of Ikaria Coroner said […]

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Panicking British shipping firms are switching Union Jacks for Chinese flags amid fears Iran will seize MORE vessels – The Sun

BRITISH shipping firms are preparing to stop flying the Union Jack in favour of the Chinese flag amid fears Iran will continue seizing more UK vessels, it has been claimed. The seizure by Iran of the British-flagged Stena Impero on Friday is said to have moved major shipping firms to look for alternative flags less likely to be targeted. The […]

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Over 250 British troops are heading to Mali for world’s most dangerous peacekeeping mission – The Sun

BRITISH soldiers are heading to the front line in the world’s most dangerous peacekeeping mission. More than 250 ground troops will penetrate deep into lawless regions of war-torn Mali. They will form a new Long Range Reconnaissance Task Group for three years, defending West African locals from Islamist terror groups. The unit will operate behind enemy lines, using force if […]

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British men almost die in shark-infested ocean after boat sinks

Two British holidaymakers on two-week trip to Kenya almost die in shark-infested ocean after their boat sinks as they try to catch a 300lb fish Ash Paisley, 46, from Chesterfield, Derbyshire and Mark Lane, 43, from Somerset, spent two hours trying to stay afloat Boat sank off coast of Mombassa, Kenya, as they tried to reel in black marlin fish  […]

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British eco researcher dies after yacht capsizes

A British eco researcher died off the coast of South Africa when the yacht she was aboard was slammed by a furious storm. Sara King, 34, was sailing to Madagascar to research plastic pollution Monday afternoon when the vessel began to capsize about 240 miles east of South Africa, the Telegraph reported. King, who was co-founder of Evolve Abroad, which […]

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Oh we do like a queue! British tennis fans begin erecting tents

Oh we do like a queue! British tennis fans begin erecting tents more than 24 HOURS before action begins as hundreds wait outside for gates to open All England Tennis Club claims that queuing is ‘as much a part of the Wimbledon experience as the tennis’  The lines of tennis fans are forbidden from playing loud music, the ‘excessive consumption’ […]

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British designer responsible for iPhone, iPod and iMac is leaving Apple

The designer responsible for some of Apple’s most iconic products is leaving the company after 27 years. Chief design officer, Sir Jonathan Ive has announced that now is the ‘natural’ time to go. Mostly known as Jony Ive, the British designer was responsible for crafting the looks of the original iMac computers and the all-white iPods followed by the ubiquitous […]

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