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October 31, 2018 3:40 PM Secret CIA documents claim evidence for Martian race – wiped out by environment disaster

SECRET CIA documents show how decades of experiments on ‘real life superheroes’ believed to be able to use Extra Sensory Perception revealed an ALIEN RACE lived on Mars millions of years ago until they were wiped out by an environmental catastrophe. The data was collected as part of the Stargate Project – a top secret operation between the CIA and US Department 50

October 31, 2018 3:37 AM The optical illusion so BEWILDERING it even tricked Google

A BAFFLING optical illusion of either a cat or a crow, depending on your perspective, is so confusing it has fooled even Google’s most advanced reverse image search algorithms. After the photograph was shared on Twitter it quickly befuddled thousands of people. On first glance, the picture could resemble a crow but it is, in fact, a cat with its head tilted 50

October 30, 2018 1:00 PM Budget 2018: A bit of a gamble, says IFS

The Budget has been branded "a bit of a gamble" by a respected economic research group. The chancellor was able to promise more spending in his budget after forecasts for tax collection were raised, the Institute for Fiscal Studies said. But those forecasts could easily change for the worse, leaving the chancellor in a tight spot, the IFS said. The IFS also warned 63

October 30, 2018 2:50 AM Excluded children at risk of knife crime

Excluded schoolchildren are at serious risk of becoming involved in knife crime, a children's charity has warned. Barnardo's added excluded children are also at risk of "being groomed and exploited by criminal gangs". The charity said 47 councils, about one in three in England, had no spaces in pupil referral units (PRU), which look after excluded children 75

October 29, 2018 4:00 PM Budget 2018 NHS spending: How is Chancellor spending £20.5bn over next 5 years on NHS?

PHILIP Hammond has announced the latest plans for tax and spending for the financial year starting in April next year, but what spending has the Chancellor announced for the NHS? NHS funding in England is to increase by £20.5bn over the next five years, Mr Hammond announced today in the Budget. “We are delivering historic £20.5bn real terms increase 47

October 29, 2018 9:20 AM We’re in this f**king mess because Ed Miliband eats bacon like a horse, confirm experts

BRITAIN is fucked into a cocked hat because the former leader of the Labour Party did not know how to eat bacon, experts have confirmed. New research has shown the UK would not be facing an economic and social nightmare if Ed Miliband did not eat sandwiches like a baby camel with dry mouth attempting to choke down an entire pack of Riveta 47

October 25, 2018 12:27 AM US stock CRISIS: 2018 economic gains WIPED OUT after Dow Jones drops 608 points in one day

US STOCKS went into further free-fall on Wednesday as the Dow Jones Industrial Average plummeted by over 600 points in a day, wiping out any economic growth that was made in the entirety of 2018. Facebook saw a loss of 5.41 percent, Amazon plummeted by 5.91 percent, Google's parent company Alphabet by 5.17 percent, AT&T by 8.08 percent and Netflix by 9.4 percent 113

October 22, 2018 11:20 PM Good Country: The new virtual country with no borders

If you were to create your own country, you might think about a territory, language and passports. Simon Anholt and Madeline Hung have taken a different approach. When they launched the Good Country in September, they ditched notions of national identity and focused instead on the international interest. In the current climate of aggression and competition 41

October 22, 2018 12:01 PM Remainer celebrities funded buses for the London march

EUROPHILE celebrities and politicians banded together to fund bus travel for thousands of campaigners who descended on London at the weekend in a bid to stop Brexit. TV cook Delia Smith, Star Trek actor Sir Patrick Stewart and Tony Blair’s former spokesman Alastair Campbell were among the famous names who donated £1,000 each to help protestors get to the capital 64

October 20, 2018 9:43 AM BREXIT LIVE: 'You LOST' Fury as 100,000 Remainers march on London in bid to THWART Brexit

HUNDREDS of thousands of people are expected to march through the streets of London to demand a re-run of the referendum, known as a “people’s vote”. But people have dismissed it as an attempt to re-run the referendum as it will also have the option to remain in the European Union. Mail on Sunday columnist Peter Hitchens debated Labour’s Lord Adonis 47