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January 16, 2019 9:08 AM Katie Piper pictures: Presenter shares acid attack recovery snap for 10-year challenge

KATIE PIPER shared an inspirational picture on Instagram last night as part of the 10-year Challenge, which is sweeping the internet. Katie, who was attacked with acid in 2008, is seen in the first picture with a black healing mask on her face following several surgical operations to treat her injuries. In the second image, the TV personality, who recently 552

January 8, 2019 8:15 PM ‘War has BEGUN’ Chinese military strategist sends CHILLING warning over US tensions

A CHINESE military strategist revealed a war with the US has “already begun”, during a bombshell documentary. The 65-year-old says the rivals are currently involved in an “unrestricted war” – one that does not involve firing guns or dropping bombs. Instead, Mr Xiangsui revealed it is a war on the internet, a fight for cyber domination and a means of surveillance 175

January 6, 2019 2:18 PM Soulja Boy in 'very bad' car crash after Malibu mudslides and flash floods

The Crank That rapper "almost went into the ocean" after he was caught up in a mudslide and was involved in a car crash. The Crank That rapper sent tweets to his five million followers saying his car "almost went into the ocean" before retweeting news stories covering mudslides in Malibu. The 28-year-old - whose real name is DeAndre Cortez Way - also retweeted 155

January 1, 2019 8:23 PM Top-Ho, Jeeves: Happy Public Domain Dy 2019 – what you can use for free

It’s Public Domain Day, the moment when lots of old works become free to use. It’s a biggie this year because for 20 years nothing new has been released. In 1998 Disney and other copyright holders got the State to impose copyright restrictions for an additional 20 years. The 1998 Copyright Term Extension Act is a horror. Works from 1922, including James 108

December 31, 2018 4:36 PM Transfer balls: Arsenal fans rejoice at new signing as Ramsey heads for Italy, Spain AND France

Arsenal’s one-goal-a-season man Aaron Ramsey is off to Juventus. In Italy the player who promised so much without ever quite nailing it will earn a decent £7m a season in Italy on a four year contract. The Press are spinning his departure. The Mirror thunders: “‘Good riddance, sign Banega!’ – Arsenal fans react to Aaron Ramsey’s reported Juventus agreement 67

December 21, 2018 1:17 AM Eddie the sea otter: Famous slam-dunking animal dies

Eddie the sea otter, a creature that found viral fame in 2013, has passed away shortly before his 21st birthday. Oregon Zoo, where Eddie lived, confirmed he had been euthanised on Thursday morning following a decline in his health. Eddie was thought to be one of the oldest of his species in the world. His zoo say they trained the ageing animal in the sport 75

December 11, 2018 5:10 PM Gloucestershire street has the UK's slowest broadband with a film taking 102 hours to download

An hour's drive away in Birmingham the same movie would be ready to watch in just four minutes. Greenmeadows Park in Bamfurlong, Gloucestershire has average download speeds of 0.14mbps, which is 1,899 times slower than Abdon Avenue in Birmingham, where the average is 265.89Mbps. The different means those in the Greenmeadows Park houses have to allow 93

December 6, 2018 7:26 AM O2 urgently investigating as data services stop working

Users complain that they can't access the internet on their phones as the network says it is doing all it can to fix the problem. The problem is also affecting customers of Sky Mobile, Tesco Mobile, Lyca Mobile and GiffGaff - which all use O2's infrastructure. The network said: "One of our 3rd party suppliers has identified a software issue in their 69

December 3, 2018 5:13 PM Mike Ashley calls for online tax to save the High Street

Mike Ashley has called for a new tax on online retailers to help revive ailing town centres. The Sports Direct owner told MPs that the "internet is killing the High Street". His answer is taxing all retailers that make more than 20% of their turnover online - and not just online-only operators. Mr Ashley said a tax would hit his own £400m online operation 95

December 3, 2018 11:49 AM Russia successfully launches manned Soyuz rocket following October failure

Three astronauts - NASA's Anne McClain, Russia's Oleg Kononenko, and Canada's David Saint-Jacques - make it safely into orbit. NASA's Anne McClain, Russia's Oleg Kononenko, Canada's David Saint-Jacques were aboard the launch from the Baikonur Cosmodrome on Monday as part of Expedition 58. After launching at 11.31am GMT the three are set to dock at the International 89