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Wednesday, October 5, 2016

Wednesday, October 5, 2016

Haiti - issue is accessing worst-hit areas after Hurricane Matthew, says support worker

Hurricane Matthew: Haiti rescuers facing 'landslides, shattered buildings and collapsed bridges'

Haiti - issue is accessing worst-hit areas after Hurricane Matthew

Oenone Chadburn, the humanitarian director at Tearfund, reveals the huge challenge facing rescue workers

Two men arrested for throwing bacon at worshippers at a mosque in Camden

Two Polish men arrested for throwing bacon at worshippers in Camden mosque

Two Polish men arrested for throwing bacon at worshippers in Camden mosque

Piotr Czak-Zukowski and Mateusz Pawlikowski went to the mosque and threw pieces of bacon towards worshippers and a shoe rack

'Showing that Donald Trump is grounded by people like Mike Pence will reassure voters', says Republicans Overseas

'Fears about Donald Trump will be calmed by Mike Pence': Republicans Overseas react to vice-presidential debate

'Mike Pence will reassure voters on Trump', says Republicans Overseas

Many claimed that Republican Pence won the vice-presidential debate, but supporters of the two sides are divided

Nigel Farage to serve as interim UKIP leader

Nigel Farage to return as interim Ukip leader after Diane James steps down

Nigel Farage to return as interim Ukip leader after Diane James steps down

The former leader of the party will serve as a caretaker until a new leader can be elected

'Diane James realised we had Brexit and Ukip are irrelevant' - Twitter reacts to Diane James' resignation

'Diane James realised Brexit had killed Ukip': Remainers revel in eurosceptics' turmoil

Remainers tear into Ukip on Twitter after leader's departure

Diane James has stepped down from leading Ukip after only 18 days, it is unclear who the leader currently is, as some claim it is still Nigel Farage

Diane James resignation: 'The chances of Nigel Farage coming back are nil', says Ukip's Peter Whittle

Diane James quits as Ukip leader: 'Chances of Nigel Farage coming back are nil', says party colleague Peter Whittle

Chances of Farage returning on permanent basis 'are nil'

Party colleague Peter Whittle says Farage has no desire to return to the role on a full-time basis

Nigel Farage could still be the leader of Ukip

Could Nigel Farage still be the leader of Ukip?

Could Nigel Farage still be the leader of Ukip?

It is unclear who the leader of Ukip is, after Diane James has stepped down from leadership just 18 days into the role

Alastair Campbell on his time in Downing Street under Tony Blair

Tony Blair almost carried out 'nuclear option' on Gordon Brown - Alastair Campbell

Alastair Campbell reveals Blair almost carried out 'nuclear option' on Brown

Tony Blair's former head of communications told Paul Ross about the schisms he witnessed in the Labour Party - and his views on Ed Balls

Ukip left reeling after Diane James resignation

Ukip left in shock after Diane James resignation

Ukip left in shock after Diane James resignation

The recently elected leader announced her shock resignation today

Tuesday, October 4, 2016

Tuesday, October 4, 2016

Ukip leader Diane James 'quits after 18 days in charge'

Ukip leader Diane James 'quits after 18 days in charge'

Ukip leader Diane James 'quits after 18 days in charge'

James succeeded Nigel Farage as leader last month

Child Abuse inquiry: 'We predicted two years ago people would design, it was designed to be a calamity', says the Shirley Oaks Survivors Association

Child abuse inquiry was designed to fail, survivor tells George Galloway

'We predicted the child abuse inquiry would be a calamity' says survivor

But Raymond Stevenson says inquiry must go on and dismisses the idea of closure as 'hideous'

Many claim to see a UFO in space, but it turns out to be something a little smaller

'UFO' seen in International Space Station footage turns out to be fluff

'UFO' seen in International Space Station footage turns out to be fluff

Video posted online sparked a frenzy of interest among UFO watchers

Jim Davidson backs Donald Trump, Twitter isn't particularly surprised

Jim Davidson backs Donald Trump, Twitter isn't particularly surprised

The Twitterati was quick to register its lack of shock after veteran comic backed Trump at Tory pary conference

Twitter remembers the Battle of Cable Street 80 years on

#CableStreet80: Twitter remembers the Battle of Cable Street 80 years on

Twitter remembers the Battle of Cable Street 80 years on

80 years ago the Battle of Cable Street took place in which members of the public stood up to fascists who were marching through their streets

High school student attacked over social media post on Black Lives Matter protests

Alabama student Brian Ogle 'assaulted over Black Lives Matter social media posts'

Alabama student Brian Ogle 'attacked over Black Lives Matter social media posts'

Police reportedly said one or more black teenagers were involved in the assault which left Ogle bleeding from the head.

Six hilarious wedding fails you won't want to miss

'I couldn't stop staring at her chest when we exchanged vows': The biggest wedding fails revealed

Six hilarious wedding fails you won't want to miss

Sometimes the big day doesn't go quite according to plan

Maria Sharapova tennis ban cut to one year by Court of Arbitration for Sport

Maria Sharapova tennis ban cut to 15 months by Court of Arbitration for Sport

Maria Sharapova tennis ban cut to 15 months by Court of Arbitration for Sport

The tennis star was tested positive for meldonium in January

'Hangover free' Alcosynth is being tested for use

'Hangover-free' alcohol could be hitting our boozers soon

'Hangover-free' alcohol could be hitting our boozers soon

Alcoynth is believed to avoid the toxin that causes hangover, as well as reducing the risks of heavy drinking

Hurricane Matthew: Weatherman Bill Giles explains latest deadly Atlantic storm

Hurricane Matthew: Weatherman Bill Giles explains latest deadly Atlantic storm

Hurricane Matthew: Weatherman Bill Giles explains latest deadly Atlantic storm

Hurricane Matthew made landfall in Haiti today

'Isis ideology and propaganda still getting through', says Quilliam Foundation manager after London couple admit funding terrorism

Streatham terror funding case shows 'Isis ideology still getting through'

Streatham terror funding case shows 'Isis ideology still getting through'

Quilliam boss Adam Deen spoke to talkRADIO after Streatham couple Mohammed and Nazimabee Golamaully admitted sending money to nephew in Syria

Hurricane Matthew makes landfall in Haiti

Hurricane Matthew makes landfall in Haiti

Hurricane Matthew makes landfall in Haiti

The hurricane has hit Haiti and some out at sea have already been killed by the storm, authorities have urged people to secure their houses

Anti-Semitism: 'Jackie Walker went to the training event basically looking for a fight', says Novara Media

Sacked Momentum vice-chair Jackie Walker 'wanted a fight' at anti-semitism event, says top Corbynista

Momentum anti-semitism row: Jackie Walker was 'spoiling for a fight'

Aaron Bastani suggests his fellow activist's comments about anti-semitism and the Holocaust were 'ill-judged'

'Southern Rail are oblivious to what passengers think' after 'Let's strike back tweet', says leading travel journalist

Southern Rail's Let's Strike Back tweet 'shows they're oblivious to their passengers'

Southern Rail's Let's Strike Back tweet 'shows they're oblivious to passengers'

Rail industry journalist Christian Wolmar slams Southern Rail for tweeting a call to action to customers after spate of problems

Kim Kardashian: 'There was probably inside intelligence that this was an easy target with no security', says close protection expert

Kim Kardashian robbers probably had inside intel, says SAS reservist

Kim Kardashian robbers probably had inside intel, says SAS reservist

Reports have claimed Kim Kardashian was without security when she was robbed, and that her bodyguard was in a nightclub with two of her sisters working

Hurricane Matthew closes in on North Carolina and the island of Roanoke

Will Hurricane Matthew create a real American Horror Story by slamming into Roanoke?

Will Hurricane Matthew create real American Horror Story by blitzing Roanoke?

Hurricane Matthew looks like it may head towards the Outer Banks of North Carolina - where Roanoke and its 'lost colony' are situated.

Wikileaks will not seek to destroy Hillary Clinton, says Assange

Wikileaks will not seek to destroy Hillary Clinton, says Assange

Wikileaks founder plays down speculation that pro-transparency website plans an 'October Surprise' to dent the Democratic candidate's chances in the US election

Network Rail repairs could take up to 24 hours after Kilburn railway viaduct fire

Network Rail repairs could take up to 24 hours after Kilburn railway viaduct fire

Network Rail repairs could take up to 24 hours after Kilburn viaduct fire

Services out of London Marylebone were suspended this morning following the blaze

'HS2 is the worst of the various rail opportunities Philip Hammond has', says Vince Cable

HS2 written off as a 'dodgy project' by former minister Vince Cable

HS2 written off as a 'dodgy project' by former minister Vince Cable

Former business secretary also said HS2 is the worst of the options facing Chancellor Philip Hammond

Jo Cox: Alleged killer Thomas Mair to enter pleas in court

Jo Cox: Alleged killer Thomas Mair refuses to enter plea

Jo Cox's alleged killer Thomas Mair refuses to enter plea

The former MP for Batley and Spen died in June after being attacked outside her constituency office

Ann Widdecombe on Strictly Come Dancing, the Tory Party Conference, and Brexit

Ann Widdecombe on Strictly Come Dancing, the Tory Party Conference, and Brexit

Ann Widdecombe on Strictly Come Dancing, the Tory Party Conference, and Brexit

The former Strictly star and Conservative politician spoke to James Max

Ched Evans goes on trial over rape charge

Ched Evans goes on trial again over rape charge

Ched Evans goes on trial again over rape charge

The footballer is accused of raping a woman in 2011

Monday, October 3, 2016

Monday, October 3, 2016

WATCH: Giant panda works out in front of visitors at a research base

WATCH: Giant panda works its abs in front of visitors at a research base

WATCH: Giant panda works out in front of visitors at a research base

Many visitors were entertained when a panda started doing sit ups in front of them

'Kim Kardashian's security team should be dismissed on the spot', says Peter Bleksley

Kim Kardashian robbery: Star's security team should be fired on the spot, says Met detective

'Kim Kardashian's security team should be fired on the spot'

Kim Kardashian was robbed at gunpoint, and jewellery worth several million dollars was taken from the TV star, she has since left France after the incident

Brexit: 'Fear of racial attacks is linked to nutters using social media', says Lord Norman Tebbit

Brexit: Fear of racial attacks 'whipped up by nutters on the social media' says Lord Tebbit

Lord Tebbit says post-Brexit race attack fears caused by 'social media nutters'

Tebbit also praised Theresa May after she announced plans to trigger Article 50 by March 2017 and confirmed the repeal of the European Communities Act

Palestine faces fresh chaos as Gaza elections cancelled

Palestine faces fresh chaos as Gaza elections cancelled

Ruling prompts furious criticism from Hamas, which claims the decision 'boosts division and reflects discrimination'

HIV research scientist is found dead after working late in a laboratory

HIV research scientist was found dead after working late with liquid nitrogen, inquest told

HIV scientist was found dead after working with liquid nitrogen, inquest told

Daniel Bowen was discovered at a laboratory connected to Chelsea and Westminster Hospital in October 2011

Two baby manatees rescued after their mother is found dead

Two baby manatees rescued after their mother is found dead

The manatees were rescued on Sunday, and will hopefully rehabilitated

'Her words to me just made my jaw drop' - Meet the bride who called off her wedding after visiting a psychic

Meet the bride who called off £15,000 wedding after psychic told her it wouldn't work

Meet the bride who called off £15,000 wedding on advice of psychic

Lisa Manso called off her wedding just three weeks before she was set to marry her fiancé Michael, when a psychic told her it was not in her destiny

Jon Holmes blasts newspaper reports in a sensational start to his show

Jon Holmes blasts newspaper reports in sensational start to show

Our afternoon presenter has been in the headlines following his dismissal from The Now Show on BBC Radio 4

HIV Cure: 'We hope results will help future studies on the way to finding a cure, says the Terrence Higgins Trust

HIV cure still some way off despite London breakthrough, says charity

HIV cure still some way off despite London breakthrough, says charity

But Ian Green, of the Terrence Higgins Trust, says reports that a London man may have been cured of the disease are hugely promising

Kim Kardashian: Paris Fashion Week a 'combustible combination' for celebrities, says editor

Kim Kardashian robbery: Paris Fashion Week 'is a combustible combination for celebrities'

Paris Fashion Week a 'combustible combination for celebs like Kim Kardashian'

Kim Kardashian was robbed early this morning in an ordeal which saw her held at gunpoint, tied up, and locked in a bathroom

Donald Trump tax leak: 'It doesn't look or feel right', says author Bill Bernard

Donald Trump tax leak lo 'doesn't look, smell or feel right', says author Bill Bernard

Donald Trump tax leak 'doesn't look, smell or feel right'

A 1995 tax return of the Republican candidate was leaked to the press over the weekend

Jon Holmes makes a statement on being sacked from BBC Radio 4's The Now Show

Jon Holmes speaks out about BBC Now Show sacking

Jon Holmes speaks out after being sacked from BBC Radio 4's The Now Show

talkRADIO star discusses his dismissal from BBC Radio 4's The Now Show, as they wanted to recast the programme to include "more women and diversity"

Germany could be sending asylum seekers back with the 'Dublin Regulation'

Refugees welcome? Germany could start sending hordes of asylum seekers away

Germany could start sending hordes of asylum seekers away

German interior minister has claimed he wants to bring back rules which would allow the country to return asylum seekers to EU countries

Brexit: 'The courts do not have any right to tell Parliament how it runs it's affairs', says MP Iain Duncan Smith

Don't try and hold up Brexit, Duncan Smith warns courts and peers

Don't try and hold up Brexit, Duncan Smith warns courts and peers

After Theresa May's speech at the Conservative Party Conference, MP Iain Duncan Smith says the process is going ahead whether people like it or not

Jon Holmes: campaigner blasts BBC diversity policy over sacking

Jon Holmes: campaigner blasts BBC diversity policy over talkRADIO star's sacking

Jon Holmes: campaigner blasts BBC diversity policy over sacking

Our afternoon presenter was sacked from The Now Show on BBC Radio 4 because they allegedly want to recast it with 'more women and diversity'

Donald Trump demeaned women during 'The Apprentice' according to show insiders

Donald Trump 'rated female Apprentice contestants by breast size and demanded more cleavage', show insiders claim

Donald Trump 'rated Apprentice contestants by breast size', show insiders claim

Republican presidential candidate faces new sexism row as Associated Press interviews lead to allegations of sexism on hit business show

Kim Kardashian Paris robbery: Twitter trolls and celebrities clash online

Kim Kardashian Paris robbery: James Corden and Piers Morgan clash with abusive Twitter trolls

James Corden, Piers Morgan and Chrissy Teigen defend Kim Kardashian

After Kim Kardashian was robbed at her Paris apartment, hordes of tweeters have mocked the star - and a host of celebrities have come to her aid

Streatham couple 'admit funding Isis terrorist who predicted Paris Charlie Hebdo massacre'

Wimbledon couple 'admit funding Isis terrorist who predicted Paris massacre'

Mohammed and Nazimabee Golamaully reportedly admit sending hundreds of pounds to nephew Zafirr Golamaully

Deutsche Bank: 'They should have let the banks go down in 2008', says leading economist

Deutsche Bank won't fail but another crash is coming, leading wealth manager tells George Galloway

Leading economist tells George Galloway a new financial meltdown is coming

Deutsche Bank is facing a fine of £11 billion over miselling mortgage-backed bonds before the 2008 financial crisis

Kim Kardashian Paris robbery: Star leaves France after police questioning

Kim Kardashian Paris robbery: Star leaves France after police questioning

Kim Kardashian has been pictured leaving France after being questioned by police over the robbery she suffered during Paris fashion week

Southern Rail sets RMT deadline to avert strikes

Southern Rail sets RMT deadline to avert strikes

Southern Rail sets RMT deadline to avert strikes

New strikes over the role of conductors are set to start on October 11th

Southern Rail: call for support on Twitter backfires as users blast the operator

Southern Rail 'Let's strike back' tweet backfires as users blast the operator

Southern Rail 'Let's strike back' tweet backfires as users blast the operator

Southern Rail have been in a long dispute with the Rail, Maritime and Transport union over the role of conductors on trains

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