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August 15, 2018 1:05 PM Cole Sprouse’s Twitter Has Been Hacked And Lili Reinhart Couldn’t Be More Fuming

It’s not been the best 24 hours for Cole Spouse after it’s been revealed that someone managed to hack into his Twitter account and fire off a series of offensive messages. While the Riverdale actor hasn’t directly commented on the situation, girlfriend Lili Reinhart has come forward to share a brutal response to the person who tried to set up a fake meet-and-greet 7

August 15, 2018 10:00 AM Find out how your bank performs in the latest customer satisfaction survey

New league tables published by the Competition & Markets Authority (CMA), based on a survey of personal and business banking customers, have been published. Customers with personal current accounts were asked how likely they would be to recommend their provider to friends and family. The results show the proportion of customers of each provider who said they were "extremely 5

August 13, 2018 7:26 PM Holiday with ex-beauty queen costs Norway minister his job

Norway's fisheries minister has resigned after breaching security protocol during a holiday to Iran last month with his Iranian-born girlfriend. Per Sandberg, 58, admitted he had gone with Bahareh Letnes, 28, without informing the prime minister and had taken a government phone to Iran. The trip risked exposing Mr Sandberg to Iranian spies, as he should 7

August 13, 2018 11:38 AM BBC podcasts are now available on Spotify in the UK

A full library of BBC podcasts has been added to Spotify, bringing thousands of new audio episodes to the streaming app. The streaming service said BBC podcasts produced for the broadcaster’s iPlayer Radio and BBC Sounds apps would now be added to the Spotify platform. “The BBC is one of the largest content creators in the UK, and have worked with the biggest 10

August 12, 2018 2:31 PM Greece holiday WARNING: Nine Britons in hospital as booze found laced with METHANOL

BRITISH tourists in Greece have been hospitalised by toxic alcohol laced with methanol. Nine holidaymakers were struck down on the island of Zante after downing the moonshine in what one victim said could have cost him his life. The cocktails are thought to contain methanol, a cheap, toxic solvent added to make alcohol go further. Victims reported losing 10

August 11, 2018 8:38 AM Gatwick goes Chinese after busiest ever July

The new service will be flown by China Eastern – the country’s second biggest airline – and will connect the UK to one of the world’s leading business centres, providing over 70,000 seats and more than 3,700 metric tonnes of new cargo capacity each year. Shanghai is seen as the showpiece of China’s dramatic economic growth and, like London, is a global 11

August 9, 2018 4:05 AM Burger van man struggling after being kicked out of his spot of 22 years

Three months ago, the council gave him a new location at the top of Wilson Avenue, just by the by the crossing to Warren Road. Because of the comparatively isolated spot, his previous customers have been using social media tell people about the veteran burger flipper’s new site in an attempt to entice old and new customers to the van. He said: “Obviously 8

August 9, 2018 3:00 AM Motorist Justin Johnson admits causing nephew Jordan Johnson's death

A MOTORIST has been warned to expect jail after his driving killed his nephew and split his family. Jordan David Keith Johnson, 23, died from the injuries he suffered when a Peugeot 206, driven by his uncle Justin Maxwell Johnson, 34, hit a stationary Mitsubishi Outlander on Towthorpe Moor Lane, Strensall, more than a year ago. A water board employee 9

August 8, 2018 6:50 AM New customs proposal to stop Kent rail network standstill after Brexit

New customs areas for railways would stop Kent's rail network coming to a standstill post Brexit, according to a report by rail chiefs. It is claimed the UK would secure £1.7 billion of economic benefits each year under proposals outlined by the Rail Delivery Group, a body which includes leaders from all the country's passenger and freight train companies 9

August 8, 2018 4:54 AM Iran news: Trump could be FORCED to reconsider Iran sanctions if Europe ‘has backbone’

THE US might be forced to reconsider its trade sanctions policies if Europe can hold its nerve in response to President Donald Trump as he comes down hard on Iran amid trade war fears, a former US politician has stated. Yesterday, President Trump warned that any countries trading with Iran will “not be doing business with the United States” after trade 14