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  • Prince Charles and Camilla shock as pampered royal ‘demands own TOILET SEAT on trips'

    March 17, 2018 3:47 PM 8

    AN EXPLOSIVE new book has lifted the lid on the extraordinarily pampered life of luxury enjoyed by Prince Charles and Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall. The Prince is accustomed to travelling with his own very specific creature comforts, according to Rebel Prince: The Power, Passion and Defiance of Prince Charles by Tom Bower. The book describes how, before

  • Service to be held at Canterbury Cathedral for BBC's Neil Bell

    March 17, 2018 3:31 PM 7

    A service for BBC sports reporter Neil Bell will be held in Canterbury Cathedral. Neil, who was described by the corporation as a sporting legend, passed away last Sunday aged 61 after a battle with cancer. The service of thanksgiving will take place at 3pm on Monday, April 23. Neil, known affectionately as 'Belly', had been covering sport across Kent and the South

  • Britain's borders betrayal: Brexit could see borders flung WIDE OPEN if there's no deal

    March 17, 2018 3:23 PM 6

    BREXIT could see Britain's borders flung wide open if the UK cannot strike a trade deal with the European Union after we leave the bloc. However, bosses are said to be preparing for default border checks for people at ports and airports. It comes as Transport Secretary Chris Grayling has vowed that there would be no hard border at Dover. He told the BBC’s

  • Friends and family to come together tonight to remember Paul Murray

    March 17, 2018 2:12 PM 5

    A FUNDRAISER will be held tonight in memory of Paul Murray who died last month at the age of 53. CC Promotions and family members Victoria Murray, Sharon Murray and Caroline Murray will be hosting the event at H20 nightclub on Fleet street from 7pm until midnight for those who knew Paul to pay their respects. He leaves behind children Caroline, Victoria

  • BREXIT BOMBSHELL: EU may use 'arcane rules' to BAN BA and easyJet and trigger travel chaos

    March 17, 2018 2:08 PM 14

    RYANAIR CEO Michael O'Leary has warned that British-owned airlines will be banned from flights between European countries after Brexit, as giant companies like Lufthansa and Air France seize the opportunity to punish their UK rivals. The outspoken CEO, who was speaking in Brusssels, told Politico: "If there is a hard Brexit next March, there is a real risk of disruption

  • Gibraltar ready to EMBARRASS EU in COURT over 'illegal and hostile' move to ISOLATE Rock

    March 17, 2018 12:46 PM 9

    GIBRALTAR has threatened to take the EU to court over Spain's persistent threats to the Rock, as the territory's deputy chief minister said that Madrid's hostility and constant veto threats were "illegal" and could no longer be tolerated. Joseph Garcia, the deputy chief minister of Gibraltar, has issued a tough message to Spain and said the Rock is ready

  • Emmerdale star Adam Thomas' pregnant wife in tears amid 'frightening' scam: 'Horrible'

    March 17, 2018 10:32 AM 6

    EMMERDALE favourite Adam Thomas’ wife Caroline was left in tears after being targeted by “frightening” scammers as she opened up about the “horrible experience” on Instagram. Caroline, who married the 29-year-old former ITV soap star last year, spoke out about the telephone scam on the social media site, telling her 118,000 followers how she had almost

  • VIDEO: Snow moves in as Mini Beast from the East arrives in Swindon

    March 17, 2018 9:45 AM 4

    The Mini Beast from the East has arrived in Swindon this morning, with snow flurries across the town. The Met Office has warned residents to expect a chilly day ahead, with snow likely this morning up until around midday, before returning again later this afternoon. A Met Office forecaster said: "Any morning rain will clear away to the west with snow showers

  • CIVIC TRUST PLAQUES: St Stephen's Orphanage

    March 17, 2018 8:30 AM 5

    FOR many York people of a certain age, a glimpse of Hotel du Vin on The Mount brings back memories of childhood. That's because, for decades, the building housed St Stephen's Orphanage. Founded in 1870 in Precentor's Court by Harriet, Lady Duncombe, wife of the Dean of York, the orphanage was intended to provide shelter for up to 13 'female orphans'

  • Spot the signs of child sexual exploitation

    March 17, 2018 8:15 AM 5

    Swindon Borough Council is backing a national campaign which aims to highlight the issues surrounding child sexual exploitation (CSE). The National Child Sexual Exploitation Awareness Day, which is being held on Sunday, is encouraging everyone to think, spot and speak out against sexual exploitation. CSE is a form of child sexual abuse. It occurs where