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January 15, 2019 2:27 AM WW3 THREAT: China develops ‘impenetrable’ system too strong for hypersonic missiles

A TOP Chinese defence strategist claims to have created an “Underground Steel Great Wall” defence to nullify the threat of future hypersonic weapons destroying their arsenal. Qian Qihu, 82, won the prestigious 2018 State Preeminent Science and Technology Award due to his contributions to national defence for the system which he described as the country's 11

January 11, 2019 8:46 AM Dianne Oxberry SHOCK death: Who was Dianne Oxberry? Why was she famous?

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 15

January 11, 2019 3:35 AM China to be world LARGEST economy by 2030

THE US will lose its place as the world’s biggest economy by 2030, falling below China and India, according to a new report. The study was produced by UK banking firm Standard Chartered. Britain, France, Italy and Canada are all predicted to fall out of the world’s top 10 economies. They will be overtaken by Turkey, Brazil and Egypt which are forecast 21

January 8, 2019 12:01 AM Jeremy Clarkson: 'I think about dying every day' Grand Tour star’s shock revelation

JEREMY CLARKSON who is the current host of Who Wants To Be A Millionaire has admitted he “thinks about dying everyday”. Meanwhile, the TV favourite has made his debut on the ITV show Who Wants To Be Millionaire. Jeremy said he’s been “nicer” towards the contestants, in a huge change for the star. He spilled: “I’m told I've been nicer to the contestants 12

January 6, 2019 4:27 AM Universal credit: Vote to extend benefit to 3 million delayed

The next stage of the universal credit rollout appears to have been delayed amid concerns about the controversial new benefits system. MPs were due to vote on whether to move three million benefit claimants onto universal credit in the next few weeks. But this vote has been pushed back and Parliament will instead be asked to vote on transferring just 10,000 people 12

January 4, 2019 5:26 PM BREXIT HARDBALL: Spain issues Gibraltar WARNING as no-deal looms

SPAIN has demanded Prime Minister Theresa May’s agreement with the nation’s leader Pedro Sanchez remains in place even if Britain leaves the EU without a deal after Brexit. Spanish MP for Cadiz, Salvador de la Encina, said Gibraltar should be kept off the table permanently, despite Mrs May only agreeing to this should she mange to scoop a deal with the EU post-Brexit 11

January 1, 2019 5:39 PM Arsenal balls: the Aaron Ramsey myth

Like cocktails, ITV dramas and Disney World, Aaron Ramsey gets a lot of hype but delivers little. The Mirror hails Ramsey as “one of Europe’s top goal-scoring midfielders”. Utter tosh. Last season Ramsey scored 7 Premier League goals – the same number as: Abdoulaye Doucoure (Watford), Pascal Groß (Brighton) and Marcos Alonso (Chelsea). In season 2016-17, Ramsey 11

December 25, 2018 12:01 AM BREXIT FURY: Wetherspoons boss has KEY message for businesses wanting to SCUPPER Brexit

WETHERSPOONS founder Tim Martin has called on prominent Remainers, including the likes of Bank of England boss Mark Carney and Chancellor Philip Hammond, to “stop running the country down” with claims of “economic direness” under a no-deal Brexit. The Brexiteer businessman told Remainers against keeping the UK closely linked to Brussels after it leaves 25

December 24, 2018 2:13 PM Kick in the teeth! 100 UK jobs lost in Galileo block despite Brit brains developing system

THE EU’s decision to shut the UK out of Europe’s satellite navigation programme Galileo has already cost the country 100 jobs, despite Britain’s experts having a vital role in developing the technology. To date the UK has committed £1.26billion (€1.4bn) to Galileo and has been closely involved in the development since its launch in 2003. But Britain 23

December 23, 2018 7:15 PM Glasgow plans remortgaging of iconic buildings to pay for equal pay claim

SOME of Scotland’s best-known landmarks could be remortgaged to pay a £500million council equal pay bill, it has emerged. One of the contenders is the Commonwealth Arena and Sir Chris Hoy Velodrome, otherwise known as the Emirates Arena, which was built for the 2014 Commonwealth Games. The Tollcross International Swimming Centre, which also hosted 2014 events 25