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May 18, 2018 12:17 PM Hotel’s luxury pool turns out to be a fake

A BRITISH holidaymaker managed to see the funny side after she discovered her hotel’s luxury infinity pool looked more like a trough filled with murky pond water. Thankfully, Ms Kershaw saw the funny side and wrote: “Our hotel pool in Vietnam… vs reality… We’ve been done here”. The hilarious comparison photo has had social media users in stitches 13

May 13, 2018 10:27 AM Eurovision 2018: 'Was she MIMING?' Fans claim SuRie's performance breached rules

EUROVISION 2018 fans blasted SuRie and other performers on the Lisbon stage, after a protester who brutally disrupted the Brit’s performance seemed to prove that she was miming. And it didn’t take 20-20 vision to spot that most or ALL of the other countries seemed to be miming too – with Moldova in particular obviously fluffing lines. After the SuRie 27

May 13, 2018 3:22 AM Ssssss-trike 3, you're out! Snake invades Texas minor league baseball team's outfield

A snake interrupted American's pastime when it slithered on the field of a minor league baseball game Friday. Video shows the reptile making its way through the outfield forcing The San Antonio Missions to take a short break in the eighth inning. The snake sent at least five men armed with rakes and buckets scrambling to secure the animal. The four-minute 6

May 11, 2018 4:23 PM Digital railways are the future of the network

Yesterday they launched the Digital Railway Strategy, committing to ensuring all new trains and signalling are digital or digital ready from 2019. The first digitally controlled intercity railway with be North Transpennine’s route — Manchester to York. Five million pounds have been set aside for Network Rail to develop the proposals as part of a £3 billion 8

May 8, 2018 2:03 PM Ireland: Facebook bans foreign ads as US anti-abortionists plot to influence referendum

Facebook has vowed to improve its transparency after revelations that political consultancy Cambridge Analytica harvested users' data. Facebook says it has banning foreign advertisements related to Ireland's abortion referendum amid concerns that North American groups are trying to influence the campaign. Irish voters will decide May 25 whether to repeal 11

May 4, 2018 6:50 PM 'EU are BRIBING our youth!' Furious reaction to FREE Brussels bloc rail ticket handout

A NEW European Parliament initiative to give young people free rail tickets has sparked fury on Twitter as users claim the scheme is simply an effort by the bloc to “bribe” Europe's youth. Internet users are furious at the European Union’s executive branch's decision to hand out free rail tickets to 18-year-old Europeans. The DiscoverEU initiative was approved 23

April 24, 2018 4:51 PM Boy, 15, admits stealing BMW motorbike in Brighton

A 15-YEAR-OLD boy has admitted stealing a BMW motorbike and driving it illegally around the city. The youth, from Brighton, was caught on CCTV riding the 650cc bike around Vogue Gyratory in Lewes Road with three other passengers on board on February 2. He also pleaded guilty to driving without a licence, no insurance, no helmet and carrying more than one passenger 10

April 24, 2018 3:56 PM York traffic light replacement to cause severe delays

SEVERE traffic disruption is expected on a major York road from next week. City of York Council have warned drivers that the replacement of traffic lights at the junction of Tadcaster Road and St Helen's Road will start on Monday, April 30, and could last up to six weeks. Temporary lights will be in place fpr the duration of the works - which will run between 17

April 21, 2018 5:25 PM This viral hashtag shows how beautiful LGBT people are in the sunshine

Summer is rapidly approaching — at least in the northern hemisphere — and the latest Twitter hashtag will warm your soul as the weather warms everything else. The tag quickly went viral on Twitter, with many users showing just how beautiful LGBTQ people are in the sunshine. Some used the hashtag to inspire other users with their glow-ups and life lessons 56

April 21, 2018 12:22 PM 'He can't help himself!' Malcolm Turnbull is slammed for TEXTING during British Prime Minister Theresa May's rallying speech to Commonwealth leaders

Australia's Prime Minister was glued to his phone during the speech, as he typed away during her brief remarks. The moment was captured on video just as Ms May was talking about the importance of 'international cooperation' between the allied nations. 'At the very moment that international cooperation is so important, some nations are choosing instead 15