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November 23, 2018 9:16 AM People who wear their company logo outside work ‘usually twats’

The Institute for Studies found that wearing t-shirts and baseball caps showing you work for a faceless corporation strongly correlated with being a knob. Professor Henry Brubaker said: “It’s clearly intended to show you’re making good money, but companies like Vodafone are massive. You could be the person who cleans the bogs. “Our research showed anyone 51

November 22, 2018 12:06 PM Nurse 'stabbed' by 'patient' on hospital grounds in Scotland

Police say they have secured the car park at Ailsa Hospital in Ayr and an "adjacent building" for "examination". The alarm was raised about the incident at Ailsa Hospital in Ayr at around 10.05am on Thursday. NHS Ayrshire and Arran tweeted that the hospital was "on lockdown and no members of staff, patients or visitors will be able to leave the site until 43

November 21, 2018 11:44 AM Italy facing EU punishment as Brussels rejects Rome's populist budget

EUROPEAN Union officials have rejected the Italian budget paving the way for possible sanctions in unprecedented backlash at a member state. The European Commission set out plans to sanction Italy for its 2019 draft budget proposal, which they argue could act as a contagion for a Continent-wide economic disaster. A statement by Brussels’ powerful executive 86

November 21, 2018 9:13 AM Parents have 'no regrets' over honeymoon holiday

A couple who had to go to court for taking their child out of school to go on their honeymoon have "no regrets". Janine and Shane Scott, from Stockton, on Teesside, took Elissa, seven, to New York for five days believing it was an "exceptional circumstance". But when they returned they were given fixed penalty notices by St John's Church of England Primary 41

November 21, 2018 12:00 AM Children with gambling problems quadruple in two years

Children are being inundated with gambling adverts, with two-thirds telling auditors they had seen ads on TV. According to an audit by the commission, the number of problem gamblers aged 11 to 16 has reached 55,000. It also found 70,000 youngsters were at risk and 450,000 children bet regularly - the equivalent of one in seven children aged 11 to 16. The audit 41

November 20, 2018 12:35 PM Anne Hegerty: I’m A Celebrity 2018 star left ‘almost homeless’ before ITV’s The Chase

ANNE HEGERTY, who is a contestant on I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! 2018, worked as a proofreader before her time on The Chase, but struggled to keep up with her bills and rent. I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! 2018 Anne Hagerty, 60, who was diagnosed with Asperger syndrome - a form of Autism - at the age of 45, said it was difficult to juggle 68

November 19, 2018 11:17 AM England v Australia: Danny Care dropped for Test; Manu Tuilagi in squad

England scrum-half Danny Care has been dropped for Saturday's match against Australia at Twickenham. Centre Alex Lozowski and number eight Zach Mercer have also been left out of head coach Eddie Jones' 28-man squad for the final autumn fixture. Northampton back Piers Francis and Manu Tuilagi have also been included. "We weren't happy with some aspects 56

November 18, 2018 1:56 PM Time to wrap up! Strong easterly winds to bring chill to UK

Next week a strong easterly wind will draw in much colder air and deliver a significant wind-chill to most of the UK. Over the last few weeks, daytime highs have been widely in the low to mid-teens, reaching 18C on the 3rd, 5th and 17th of this month. That is well above average, but by no means historic, with the UK's November record standing at 22.4C. There 51

November 15, 2018 11:19 AM Queen eats bananas like a princess

What do you want: Brexit, Brexit, Brexit and Brexit or “Her Majesty’s bizarre way of eating bananas”? ‘Nanas it is. As the rest of the tabloids were distracted by Brexit news, the Star delivers the real front-page story: “The Queen eats bananas with a fork to avoid chomping ‘like a monkey’.” Yeah, just a fork, which runs the very real risk of her being 35

November 14, 2018 6:10 AM Royston Cave: 'Knights Templar' carvings at risk

Royston Cave in Royston, near Cambridge, is believed to have been used by the Order of the Knights Templar as a secret meeting place. It was discovered by accident in the middle of the 18th century and is full of carvings. Historic England said the "mystical carvings" had been added to its Heritage At Risk register because they had "steadily deteriorated 38