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August 14, 2018 11:12 PM Paul Hollywood lands new travel cookery series with pun-tastic title

Great British Bake Off judge Paul Hollywood will be making use of his name for his new TV series, Paul Goes To Hollywood. The baker will head on a road trip across the US for the new five-part travel cookery show, which combines his love of baking, biking and films. He will hit the road on a Harley-Davidson bike on his 3000-mile tour, during which he will visit 6

August 13, 2018 6:19 AM Theresa May: I'll end rough sleeping by 2027

However, they warned it will not provide a “total fix” for homelessness, which would require a significant increase in social housing, more security for renters and the reversal of policies which leave migrants homeless. The new strategy, revealed by Communities Secretary James Brokenshire on Saturday ahead of its official launch today, will offer support 8

August 8, 2018 11:46 PM Brad Pitt: Brad strikes back!

Pitt’s pals rallied behind him after Jolie, 43, claimed he had made no “meaningful” contributions for the care of their six children, in divorce papers filed with a court. Sources close to the Ocean’s Eleven star told US celebrity website Page Six that Pitt, 54, had been paying out hundreds of thousands of pounds every month on therapists for the youngsters 7


Scientists found a hybrid between a melon-headed whale and a rough-toothed dolphin in the ocean off the Hawaiian island of Kauai last year. The cross appears to be the first instance of a wild-born hybrid between the two species. Scientists say the animal likely came to be when a melon-headed whale was separated from its group and ending up traveling 6

July 28, 2018 3:25 PM Hungary’s Orban calls for surge of ‘illiberal Christian democracies’ in fresh THREAT to EU

EUROSCEPTIC Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban took a swipe at Western political establishment and said next year’s European parliament election could bring to power “illiberal Christian democracy”, ending decades of multiculturalism. Referring to liberal and left-wing politicians that upended the ruling conservative order in many countries in the 1960s, he continued 12

July 27, 2018 10:58 AM York parents needed for holiday meals project

PARENTS affected by increased living costs during the school holidays are invited to take part in a new project in York. Researchers and charity workers are looking for ten people to help show the reality of poverty in the city, by acting as community reporters. Participants must be parents whose child or children ordinarily receive free school meals 9

July 26, 2018 12:36 PM Birmingham manager Garry Monk signs fan's cheeky tattoo

Birmingham City manager Garry Monk has signed the cheeky tattoo of a fan who lost a bet. Kevin Tomlinson pledged to have the manager's face tattooed on his backside if Blues beat Fulham on the last day of the Championship. Monk's side won 3-1 to clinch survival, ending Fulham's 23-game unbeaten run. Monk, who donated £80 towards the tattoo, signed it on Wednesday 1

July 22, 2018 4:18 PM German Grand Prix: Hamilton summoned to the stewards to put result in doubt

Lewis Hamilton could lose his victory in the German Grand Prix after being summoned by stewards to explain a driving misdemeanour. The Mercedes driver aborted a pit stop to change tyres under a late-race safety car and cut across the grass to rejoin the track and take the lead. F1 rules prohibit cars entering the pit lane from crossing the line separating 10

July 19, 2018 3:19 PM Benedict Cumberbatch Brexit drama script leaked online, writer says

Graham, who is responsible for plays Ink, This House and Quiz, wrote on Twitter: “Disappointingly a very early draft of my Brexit TV drama was stolen and leaked to various people to read & now comment online. “My fellow writers on here will know what first drafts are like as you privately play around & test ideas. It is not the script we’re shooting 8

July 16, 2018 9:06 AM Migration figures: EU migration to UK lowest since 2013, ONS says

Net long-term migration to the UK from the EU was 101,000 last year - the lowest level since the year ending March 2013, new figures show. The Office for National Statistics said that overall, about 280,000 more people came to the UK than left in 2017. While net migration continues to add to the UK population, that figure is down from record highs recorded 10