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July 20, 2018 10:51 AM Man proves how manly he is by making car go faster than other man

Driver Wayne Hayes demonstrated how physically and sexually powerful he was after spotting fellow road user Martin Bishop ahead of him on a B-road. Sales executive Hayes said: “I pushed the accelerator down and within seconds my car was travelling faster than his car. God, I must have loads of excellent testosterone. “Just by being ahead the guy was insulting 8

July 19, 2018 12:42 PM Comcast drops bid for 21st Century Fox assets to focus on Sky takeover

There is a further twist in the Sky takeover saga as Comcast signals its war chest in now firmly parked in London. Comcast launched a $65bn (£50bn) offer for Fox's entertainment assets at the end of June, which include Hollywood's fourth-largest movie studio, US cable networks including FX and National Geographic, as well as international pay television 7

July 15, 2018 11:01 PM Sittingbourne couple lose more than 14 stone between them

A super-slimming couple are feeling healthier than ever after making it to the semi-finals of Slimming World’s Couple of the Year 2018 competition. They said the secret to their success was support from one another at home, as well as from others at their Slimming World group. Richard, 51, who lost 8st 12lbs said: “While I’d been feeling uncomfortable 8

July 14, 2018 2:18 PM 100 Women: 'I was a World Cup honey shot'

It's known as the "honey shot" - when a conventionally attractive woman is picked out of the crowd by cameras at a sporting event. The issue has come under scrutiny during this World Cup and Fifa has said broadcasters have got to stop zooming in on "hot women". It happened to Natalia Betancourt at the 2014 World Cup game between Colombia and Brazil 32

July 13, 2018 6:18 PM Majorca TOURIST CRACKDOWN: Palma ‘being RUINED’ as city sets LIMIT on number of tourists

MAJORCA's government has announced plans to limit the number of tourists arriving to the island’s biggest city, Palma de Majorca, after local Mayor Antoni Noguera expressed outrage at chaos caused by influx of holiday makers to the Spanish holiday hotspot. Mr Noguera declared plans to restrict the number of available hotel rooms and guests beds in from 80,000 to 65,000, in a bid to place 9

July 12, 2018 9:38 PM Love Island ends on a cliffhanger with two boys set to be dumped

During a challenge which saw the boys don firefighter outfits and perform a striptease for the girl of their choice, all three picked Alexandra. Alexandra revealed in a conversation with Laura Anderson that she was physically attracted to Idris but of the three she had the “strongest communication” with Alex. Jack Fincham said in the Beach Hut that Alex being 10

July 12, 2018 12:31 PM HOW MUCH PLASTIC IS IN THE ARCTIC?

The pristine waters of the Arctic are turning into a floating rubbish dump – posing a threat to marine life, scientists warn. One of the densest areas of plastic rubbish anywhere in the world’s seas has been discovered north of Norway and Russia. Miles from civilisation, the amount of plastic waste in the Barents Sea – on the margins of the Arctic Ocean 15

July 12, 2018 11:42 AM NHS still reliant on 'archaic' fax machines

Hospitals are still reliant on "archaic" fax machines with thousands still in use, a survey shows. Senior doctors said the continued use of the outdated technology was "ludicrous", and modern forms of communication were urgently needed. The poll, by the Royal College of Surgeons using freedom of information laws, revealed nearly 9,000 fax machines were in use across 11

July 12, 2018 8:37 AM DUST STORM of the APOCALYPSE: Towering WALL of dust smothers Phoenix in monster monsoon

A TOWERING apocalyptic wall of dust has been captured barrelling though the Arizona desert after the US state was slammed by a monster monsoon. They are common during Arizona’s monsoon season, which runs from mid-June to the end of September. Ken Waters, National Weather Service meteorologist, said: “The dust gets lofted and basically just forms a big cloud 11

July 12, 2018 3:01 AM Land's End to Dover: Lewis Pugh starts 350-mile Long Swim challenge

He hopes to finish the swim in 50 days but the marathon challenge could be his toughest yet. He hopes to complete his 350-mile swim in 50 days - wearing just a cap, trunks and goggles - in order to raise awareness of the need for ocean conservation. His quest is part of the worldwide Action for Oceans campaign, which calls on governments to fully protect 8