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  • Good Morning Britain star Susanna Reid nearly ‘POPS OUT’ of boob-baring thigh-split dress

    July 20, 2018 6:39 AM 7

    GOOD MORNING BRITAIN host Susanna Reid came close to a wardrobe malfunction in front of the paparazzi at the ITV summer party last night, where she wowed in a risqué frock. The Good Morning Britain star opted for a green, figure-hugging dress adorned in flowers with nude-coloured heels. The thigh-spilt detailed dress gave onlookers a glimpse of her pins and sensational

  • 'It’s a STALINIST attitude!' Tory politician hits out at Sadiq Khan after HEATED row

    July 20, 2018 6:06 AM 7

    CONSERVATIVE politician Andrew Boff hit out at Sadiq Khan and said the London Mayor’s intolerance to criticism captures a “Stalinist attitude” within the Labour Party. According to the Huffington Post, Dame Margaret said: “You’re a f***ing anti-Semite and a racist. Mr Corbyn is believed to have responded simply: “I’m sorry you feel like that.” The former

  • BA emergency landing forces London Gatwick runway closure

    July 20, 2018 5:39 AM 11

    The runway at Gatwick Airport had to be closed and flights were diverted after an inbound airliner requested an emergency landing. The British Airways Airbus from Naples landed shortly after midnight on Friday after reporting a technical fault. The A320 remained on the runway while an inspection took place. The main runway was closed but reopened at 04:58 BST. A handful

  • Ryanair flight cancellations to hit UK and Ireland routes

    July 19, 2018 10:59 PM 8

    A strike by Ryanair pilots is set to go ahead on Friday resulting in the cancellation of 24 flights between the Republic of Ireland and the UK. It is the second of three 24-hour strikes involving Ireland-based pilots directly employed by Ryanair. The pilots' union said that talks on Wednesday between the two sides did not lead to any "material change"

  • Rudolf Maco cleared of keeping woman as slave in Dover

    July 19, 2018 5:44 PM 4

    A Dover man has been acquitted of keeping a woman as a slave, making her work at a local restaurant and pocketing her wages. She also claimed she was groped as she performed menial chores without pay around the house. Now the Crown Prosecution Service has told the judge it wanted to drop the case against Rudolf Maco, 31, from London Road, Dover

  • Danny Willett wife: Who is Nicole Willett? Does The Open golfer have children?

    July 19, 2018 5:30 PM 6

    Find out who tops the leaderboard when it comes to the hottest wives and girlfriends at The Open After day one, Danny admitted he made a “lot of progress” at Carnoustie. He told Sky Sports: ”Some pretty solid golf really, a few missed opportunities coming down the stretch and then couple of silly ones down the last two. "You'll see some good scores out there

  • Morrisons joins National Autistic Society 'quiet hour' initiative

    July 19, 2018 5:01 PM 8

    MORRISONS stores in Dorcan and Regant Circus are introducing a ‘quiet hour’ to help people with autism shop around the store. The shop is working with the National Autistic Society who are leading the Quieter Hour initiative to introduce the hour every Saturday from 9 -10am. During the quieter hour the store will help autistic people, who can find it difficult

  • Outrage as most children set to miss Maypole Primary School fun day for not having perfect attendance

    July 19, 2018 3:51 PM 5

    Parents have been left outraged after they found out most of their children will miss out on a school fun day because they didn't go into class every day. Pupils at Maypole Primary School who achieved 100% attendance throughout the year will be able to go to the fun day next week, but most of the school population will not. In total only 29 pupils out of 420 will be able to go to the fun day, but this has caused

  • Flights suspended as Brussels shuts down all air traffic

    July 19, 2018 3:33 PM 8

    BELGIAN airspace has been closed and several flights suspended following a problem with a flight data processing system at the country's air traffic controller Belgocontrol. "Belgocontrol is looking in to it. We are closely monitoring the situation." The European Organisation for the Safety of Air Navigation (Eurocontrol) confirmed the airspace is closed

  • BANNED: Motorbike speeder caught doing 127mph on the M4

    July 19, 2018 3:27 PM 7

    A MOTORCYCLIST has been banned from driving for a year after he was caught driving at almost 130mph on the motorway. Traffic police spotted Milan Gurung, 28, of Frobisher Drive, speeding at 127mph on the M4 before making a three-vehicle undertake at over 100mph on his Kawasaki ZX motorcycle. He appeared before Swindon magistrates on Wednesday and pleaded