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August 7, 2018 1:10 AM Does football really trigger domestic violence?

Researchers say that the link between the game and domestic violence has not been based on reliable data and should be discounted. Researchers have looked at claims that Old Firm and England World Cup matches spark an increase in domestic violence. But they concluded the perceived links lacked reliable data and failed to recognise abuse as a pattern 46

August 2, 2018 10:37 AM Some bastard at restaurant always wants to try a bit of everyone’s food

MOST group visits to a restaurant include some git who wants to have a bit of other people’s meals, research has confirmed. The Institute for Studies found that scrounging titbits was a calculated move designed to get a large variety of tasty food without paying. Professor Henry Brubaker said: “They’ll preface the meal by saying ‘We can all try a bit of each other’s 19

July 31, 2018 11:01 PM Film ‘shows Kim building new missiles’

NORTH Korea is already flouting a seven-week-old nuclear arms agreement with President Trump by resuming work on intercontinental ballistic missiles, US intelligence claimed yesterday. Satellite images cast doubt on Mr Trump’s claims after his summit with dictator Kim Jong-un that the rogue state is “no longer a nuclear threat”. Photographs and infrared 58

July 30, 2018 10:33 AM Sir Paul McCartney 'misremembers' writing The Beatles' track 'In My Life'

Sir Paul McCartney 'misremembers' writing 'In My Life': Scientists solve the decades-old debate around who wrote the hit Beatles song, as new analysis reveals it had to be John Lennon Sir Paul McCartney has long claimed he played a key role in writing The Beatles hit song ‘In My Life’, despite the track being attributed to bandmate John Lennon 108

July 29, 2018 3:12 PM PM Theresa May begins her walking holiday in Italy

Prime Minister Theresa May has begun a week-long walking holiday in Italy. She will return to the UK for a week's work in her constituency and in Downing Street before attending the centenary commemoration of the World War One battle of Amiens and then resuming her break in Switzerland. The Parliamentary recess plans of her Conservative colleagues have also been split 27

July 29, 2018 5:19 AM UK must not become 'VASSAL STATE' of Brussels, warns MEP

THE UK must not become a ‘vassal state’ of the EU or allow negotiators in Brussels to force Britain into offering further concessions to the bloc, a leading MEP has warned. The EU lawmaker lambasted Theresa May’s Brexit White Paper, and raised concerns over the EU’s demands for further compromises on key issues relating to trade and the customs bill. Speaking 27

July 28, 2018 4:05 AM Cadbury hunt down Brighton's fake Flakes

To combat this, Cadbury has sent out the Flake Squad to investigate ice cream sellers across the country, ensuring that Brits are receiving the Flake they’re entitled to. These seaside cold treat disaster spotters are easily recognisable due to their stand-out yellow and purple suits, pictured. The hot summer sun has seen residents of Brighton flock 25

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 33

July 23, 2018 10:36 AM Trump ally Steve Bannon preparing to hit European Union right-wing revolution

FORMER Donald Trump advisor Steve Bannon is plotting to inspire a Conservative takeover of Europe as he launches a similar campaign that helped propel his ex-boss into the White House, but will the European Union’s right-wing be convinced? Mr Bannon is ready to go toe-to-toe with pro-Brussels, billionaire campaigner George Soros by launching a right-wing 37

July 22, 2018 1:26 AM Dominic Raab threatens to WITHHOLD £39billion divorce bill if EU rejects trade deal

DOMINIC Raab has declared the UK will refuse to pay the £39 billion EU divorce bill if Brussels fails to agree to a viable trade deal, in a stark warning to the bloc. The new Brexit Secretary, who made his first speech in Brussels this week, declared the UK’s payment of the huge exit fee is dependent on the EU fulfilling its obligations to the negotiations 36