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  • Chelsea’s Ross Barkley gets rid of his tattoos

    October 22, 2018 1:51 PM 6

    Chelsea midfielder Ross Barkley says he got his tattoos removed because he “got them at a young age and sometimes when you are young you do stupid things and not think about it. But I went into it too quick and over the years I felt I wanted to get them removed, so I went through the process in the last couple of years.” Barkley got his first cry for help and sign of low-self

  • Morrisons loses data leak challenge

    October 22, 2018 1:21 PM 7

    Morrisons has lost its challenge to a High Court ruling that it is liable for a data breach that saw thousands of its employees' details posted online. The Court of Appeal upheld the original decision against the supermarket, issued in December 2017. Workers brought a claim against the company after employee Andrew Skelton stole the data, including salary

  • Morrisons faces 'vast' data leak compensation payment

    October 22, 2018 1:12 PM 7

    The supermarket chain has lost a Court of Appeal challenge against a ruling that it was partly liable for the breach, which saw staff details posted online. Some 5,518 former and current employees said the breach had exposed them to the risk of identity theft and potential financial loss. They also said Morrisons was responsible for breaches of privacy

  • Trump declares national emergency over US-bound migrant caravan

    October 22, 2018 12:56 PM 6

    Referring to the caravan from Honduras, the president tweeted: "Sadly, it looks like Mexico's Police and Military are unable to stop the Caravan heading to the Southern Border of the United States. "I have alerted Border patrol and Military that this is a National Emergency." He added that the US would begin "cutting off, or substantially reducing aid" to three

  • 'UK saved Europe TWICE!' Michael Moore BEGS Britons to Remain in FOUL MOUTHED tirade

    October 22, 2018 12:53 PM 5

    FILMMAKER Michael Moore delivered a foul-mouthed anti-Brexit rant while speaking to Channel 4 news. The controversial filmmaker appeared on Channel 4 news to plug his new film Fahrenheit 11/9, but took the opportunity to make a few anti-Brexit swipes during the wide-ranging discussion with anchor Krishnan Guru-Murthy. Mr Moore claimed the UK had sacrificed

  • Chris Hemsworth picks up hitchhiker

    October 22, 2018 12:34 PM 6

    "Picked up a hitchhiker, wasn't a serial killer which we were stoked about," Thor star Chris Hemsworth posted on Instagram. After arriving in Brisbane from Mexico, the musician managed to bum a ride with Australian actor Chris Hemsworth and his friend Luke Zocchi - and then found himself travelling by helicopter. The pair told him their chosen mode of transport

  • Julian Cole: Four Bedfordshire Police officers guilty

    October 22, 2018 12:23 PM 6

    Four police officers involved in an incident which left a man brain damaged and paralysed have been found guilty of wrongdoing by a misconduct panel. Julian Cole was involved in a scuffle with police officers outside the former Elements nightclub in Bedford in 2013. PCs Hannah Ross, Sanjeev Kalyan and Nicholas Oates were found guilty of gross misconduct

  • Remainer celebrities funded buses for the London march

    October 22, 2018 12:01 PM 7

    EUROPHILE celebrities and politicians banded together to fund bus travel for thousands of campaigners who descended on London at the weekend in a bid to stop Brexit. TV cook Delia Smith, Star Trek actor Sir Patrick Stewart and Tony Blair’s former spokesman Alastair Campbell were among the famous names who donated £1,000 each to help protestors get to the capital

  • 'Brexit fears' force O2 to postpone £10bn flotation

    October 22, 2018 11:59 AM 10

    Parent Telefonica explored a London listing for the mobile operator in 2016, after a merger with rival operator Three collapsed. The mobile operator had been expected to list on the London Stock Exchange in this year following 4G and 5G spectrum auctions in April, but sources told the Press Association that those plans are now on hold. The decision to put off its Initial

  • Spondon Post Office blown up by cash machine raiders

    October 22, 2018 10:57 AM 6

    Raiders have blasted open the front of a post office in a bid to steal a cash machine. Debris was strewn outside the Post Office in Chapel Street, Spondon, Derby, after the explosion at about 04:45 BST. Residents were woken by a "terrifying", "loud, subsonic bang". Nobody was thought to have been injured. Police said residents in a flat above had been evacuated