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November 15, 2018 7:24 PM Italy shock poll as 60 percent think the EU is bad for them

SIX in ten Italians feel mistreated by the European Union, a shock poll claims. More than half of Italians polled are losing trust in the EU as just seven percent still believe the institution has their best interests at heart. These bombshell revelations come as Italy is still on a collision course with the EU after refusing to change its budget plan. The populist 18

November 14, 2018 8:08 AM Cheryl turns heads in red as she meets Prince Charles after his 70th birthday event

CHERYL looked incredible in a stunning red dress last month when she met Prince Charles at the London Palladium following her appearance at We Are Most Amused and Amazed performance in honour of the Prince of Wales' 70th birthday. Cheryl wowed in a red gown when she made an appearance at a special concert filmed last month in honour of the Prince of Wales 10

November 7, 2018 8:07 PM Trump fires US Attorney General Jeff Sessions

US Attorney General Jeff Sessions has been fired by President Donald Trump. Mr Trump announced in a tweet that Mr Sessions would be temporarily replaced by his own chief of staff, Matthew Whitaker. The president has repeatedly criticised Mr Sessions, a former Republican senator who was the first senator to support Mr Trump's candidacy. "We thank Attorney 14

November 7, 2018 12:40 PM JK Rowling sues former employee for £24,000

Harry Potter author JK Rowling has launched a £24,000 legal claim against a former employee for allegedly using her money to go on shopping sprees. Ms Rowling, 53, claims Amanda Donaldson broke strict working rules by using her funds to buy cosmetics and gifts. Ms Donaldson worked as a personal assistant for the writer between February 2014 and April 9

November 6, 2018 10:04 PM Ryanair sacks staff who 'spent night on airport floor' in Spain

Six Ryanair cabin crew members pictured sleeping on the floor of a Spanish airport office last month have been sacked, the airline says. The image, which Ryanair said was staged, was widely shared online. A Portuguese union that represents airline crews criticised the airline. The staff were dismissed for gross misconduct, a Ryanair spokesman said. Over 20 crew members 10

November 3, 2018 10:06 AM Leicester players in tears as stadium falls silent to remember Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha

Members of the team are due to fly out to Thailand for the funeral of the club's late owner after the match in Cardiff. Players shed tears and fans raised their club scarves aloft in tribute to Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha. Two giant flags in memory of the popular tycoon were also unfurled, one of which was "surfed" from Cardiff supporters to the Leicester 11

October 25, 2018 8:29 AM 'Brexiteers will say they were BETRAYED' Peston GRILLS Sadiq Khan over second referendum

ROBERT PESTON clashed with the Mayor of London over the anti-Brexit march in London on Saturday where an estimated 700,000 protested for another say on leaving the European Union. “It is in those circumstances to trust the British public to choose, do we accept the bad Brexit deal, or no deal, or do we stay in the European Union.” He added: “That doesn’t 8

October 23, 2018 1:57 PM European Union REJECTS Italy budget in unprecedented action

EUROPEAN Union bosses have taken unprecedented steps to reject Italy’s budget and demand Rome submits a new version within weeks. The bloc's budget chief rejected the plans as he declared "public debt is the enemy of the people" as he justified their action against Italy's populist government. The European Commission was keen to warn Rome against any illusions 8

October 19, 2018 7:30 PM Syria news: How female soldiers were made to bite off the heads of snakes for Assad

THE Assad regime once forced female soldiers to bite off the heads of snakes and male soldiers to kill puppies to show their loyalty towards former president Hafez al-Assad, according to a new BBC documentary. The BBC programme ‘A Dangerous Dynasty: House of Assad’ explores the story of the Assad dynasty and how President Bashar al-Assad's father Hafez 7

October 19, 2018 5:14 PM 'It’s a whiff of BETRAYAL!' Fisherman FIRES back at threat to extend Brexit transition

BREXIT supporting fishermen have fired back at calls for Britain to extend the post-Brexit transition period, with fishing boss Simon Collins branding plans tie the fishing industry to the European Union’s controversial Common Fisheries Policy (CFP) for even longer after Brexit as a “betrayal”. Simon Collins, the Executive Officer of the Shetland Fishermen's 10