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January 16, 2019 6:06 AM REVEALED: How Iran uses SECRET ‘tunnels and underground sites’ to conceal NUCLEAR missiles

IRAN is “digging tunnels and building underground facilities for sensitive security and military initiatives in the pursuit of nuclear weapons and ballistic missiles”, a chilling document has claimed. The explosive claim was made in an official Iranian Resistance paper, produced by the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI). The NCRI document 585

January 14, 2019 4:47 PM BREXIT WARNING: Airlines told to URGENTLY prepare for no deal ahead of vote on May's plan

BRUSSELS has warned the remaining 27 European Union countries that they must urgently explain how their airline licenses comply with the bloc’s rules on ownership or face losing their rights to fly after Brexit. In a letter sent last week, Violeta Bulc, the EU commissioner responsible for transport, revealed not every national government had set out detailed 173

January 10, 2019 10:20 PM Poundland accused of ‘APPALLING SEXISM’ over 'PERVERTED' 'boobies' and 'booty' sweets

POUNDLAND has been called out by outraged customers and accused of “sexism” for selling “boobies” and “booty” marshmallows. The candies, sold alongside other sweets, come in a packaging inviting customers to “squidge” the cheeks and “be gentle”. The 50p marshmallows became notorious on social media after Twitter user Gemma Aitchison, who found them in Bolton 121

January 9, 2019 2:13 PM EU tricks EXPOSED? Brexiteer reveals REAL reason big business supported Remain

DURING the 2016 Brexit referendum campaign, senior executives at big businesses strongly favoured remaining in the EU but the real reason why they backed Remain was not what people might think, Conservative MEP Daniel Hannan claimed in his bombshell book. Ahead of the Brexit vote on June 23, 2016, a YouGov poll showed small business owners were more eurosceptic 133

January 9, 2019 10:01 AM BREXIT WARNING: British Airways owner's no-deal plans DO NOT WORK, says Brussels

EUROPEAN Union officials have warned British Airways’ owner IAG that plans to keep planes flying in the event of a no-deal Brexit do not work and risk seriously impacting the firm. IAG, which also owns Spanish carrier Iberia, is yet to carry out changes recommended by Brussels in order to navigate the challenges of Brexit which could see their planes 161

January 4, 2019 9:42 AM Economy Energy banned from taking on new customers

Energy supplier Economy Energy has been banned from taking on new customers until it improves its customer service. The energy regulator, Ofgem, said the ban would remain in place for three months to allow the firm to improve its customer contact procedures. It must also address billing and payment failures, and issue customer refunds in a timely manner 88

January 4, 2019 1:39 AM Fat cat Friday: Top bosses' 2019 pay already matches the average annual salary

Chief executives of leading UK companies are now paid 133 times more than the average worker. A report by the High Pay Centre think tank and the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) says chief executives of FTSE 100 firms have average pay packets £3.9 million, around £1,000 per hour. Published on what it calls "Fat Cat Friday", the report 112

January 4, 2019 12:25 AM Top boss pay overtakes staff in three days, report says

In the first three days of 2019 top bosses will have earned more than the typical worker will earn all year, according to a report. The average pay of a FTSE 100 chief executive is £1,020 an hour, research from the High Pay Centre and HR industry body the CIPD has found. By "Fat Cat Friday" bosses will have earned more than the typical annual UK salary 109

December 19, 2018 2:04 PM Lesbian publications condemn ‘vitriolic attacks’ on trans women

Top lesbian media outlets have come together to publish an open letter condemning transphobia in the lesbian community. Editors and publishers from five leading lesbian publications—including Diva, Autostraddle and Curve—signed the letter condemning “vitriolic attacks” on the trans community by “so-called lesbian publications” and distanced themselves 130

December 18, 2018 9:47 AM Alfonso Ribeiro sues Fortnite over use of Carlton dance from Fresh Prince Of Bel-Air

Now this is a story all about how... Carlton Banks's moves got ripped (allegedly) and turned into popular video game features. And it seems the actor, who played Will Smith's cousin in the 1990s US sitcom, wants it to stay that way. The 47-year-old is accusing the makers of computer games Fortnite and NBA 2K of ripping off the much loved Carlton dance 109