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  • Out Texas lawmakers form state’s first LGBT caucus

    January 11, 2019 3:36 PM 106

    Five out Democrats in Texas have formed the first LGBT+ caucus in the state’s legislature. The five lawmakers came together to launch the first official LGBT+ caucus, which will fight for equal rights in the traditionally-conservative, Republican-controlled state. The LGBT+ caucus will be chaired by state representative Mary González, who was only the second

  • MAPPED: Do YOU live in Britain’s worst burglary hotspot? Top 20 revealed

    January 11, 2019 2:18 PM 116

    THE UK’S worst areas for burglaries have been revealed in new analysis that found break ins are up 16 percent. The small town of Henley-in-Arden, in Warwickshire, is confirmed to be the UK’s top burglary claims hotspot, according to analysis of more than 2.5 million home insurance quotes from January 2017 to December 2018. MoneySuperMarket analysed home insurance

  • Leeds students honour organ donor pupil who died last year

    January 11, 2019 1:46 PM 189

    More than 1,500 students and staff members have paid tribute to a pupil who died last year by spelling out a special message on their sports pitch. Students at The Grammar School at Leeds honoured 12-year-old Hoshi Naylor, who died after being hit by a car in January 2018. Her organs were donated to four people in need of a transplant after she died. The students

  • Middlesbrough ‘could resemble Middlesbrough in event of no-deal’

    January 11, 2019 11:04 AM 98

    Experts warned that the post-industrial Northern town could face the catastrophic long-term situation of being largely the same. Economist Emma Bradford said: “I don’t wish to be too technical, but Middlesbrough suffers the macroeconomic problem that we economists refer to as ‘being a bit grim’. “A no-deal Brexit could easily lead to the same number

  • Arsenal v Man Utd FA Cup fourth-round tie live on BBC One

    January 11, 2019 10:30 AM 105

    The FA Cup fourth-round tie between Arsenal and Manchester United will be live on BBC One on Friday, 25 January. It is one of three games being broadcast on the BBC that weekend, with Millwall v Everton (Saturday, 17:30 GMT) and Chelsea v Sheffield Wednesday or Luton (Sunday, 18:00) also live. The fifth-round draw will be on The One Show on Monday, 28 January

  • Jane Seymour, 67, displays age-defying figure in blue swimsuit

    January 11, 2019 9:21 AM 83

    JANE SEYMOUR, 67, showcased her age-defying body in blue swimsuit yesterday during a family vacation in Hawaii. Jane Seymour is currently enjoying a family break in sunny Hawaii with her nearest and dearest. The 67-year-old actress proved she still has an amazing figure when she slipped into a blue swimsuit for a holiday snap during the vacation

  • Dianne Oxberry dead: 'Devastating news' Dan Walker leads touching tributes to BBC star

    January 11, 2019 9:13 AM 100

    Dianne Oxberry’s husband Ian Hindle confirmed the news of the BBC weather star’s death in a statement obtained by the BBC. The weather presenter, who had two children with Ian, is believed to have died in hospital following a short-term illness. Today, BBC Breakfast host Dan Walker referred to Dianne as a “special person” as he reflected on his memories

  • Dianne Oxberry SHOCK death: Who was Dianne Oxberry? Why was she famous?

    January 11, 2019 8:46 AM 103

    DIANNE Oxberry has died at the age of 51 following a short illness. Who was Dianne Oxberry and why was she famous? Dianne Oxberry has died from cancer at the age of 51, her family confirmed on Friday. She suffered from cancer and died at the Christie hospital in Manchester on Thursday morning. Oxberry was married to cameraman Ian Hindle, whom she had two children

  • Passionate supporter interrupts BBC interview to declare Rees-Mogg the new Prime Minister

    January 11, 2019 7:49 AM 108

    JACOB Rees-Mogg was greeted by a passionate supporter claiming he would like the Tory Brexiteer to be his Prime Minister during a BBC Newsnight interview. The excited Brexiteer's fan told Jacob Rees-Mogg he considers him to be the UK Prime Minister while the Tory MP told BBC Newsnight it would be a miracle if he changed his mind on Theresa May's Brexit

  • China ’NEEDS’ trade deal with post-Brexit UK for THIS key reason claims Beijing expert

    January 11, 2019 6:51 AM 103

    CHINA “needs” a trade deal with post-Brexit UK according to a top expert on the country, who argued it would give a massive boost to the country’s “diplomatic prestige”. The comments were made by Dr Yu Jie, a research fellow at the Chatham House think tank. She was speaking on last night’s BBC Newsnight. Another Beijing expert agreed there is “no downside