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Monday, October 31, 2016

Monday, October 31, 2016

'Has this table got a wonky leg?' - Twitter reveals what their ouija boards have said on Halloween

'Has this table got a wonky leg?' - Twitter reveals what their ouija boards have said on Halloween

'Has this table got a wonky leg?' - Twitter reveals what their ouija boards say

Many on Twitter have been revealing all about what their ouija boards told them

German police probe their own ranks for extremism after Reichsbürger shooting

German police probe their own ranks for extremism after Reichsbürger shooting

German police probe their own ranks for extremism after 'Reichsbürger' shooting

A self-proclaimed 'Reichsburger' gunman opened fire on four officers during a police raid on October 20, killing one

Bayern Munich to examine anti-Nazi past after new research comes to light

Football giant Bayern Munich forced to reexamine its anti-Nazi past

Football giant Bayern Munich forced to reexamine its anti-Nazi past

Research allegedly reveals that the Bavarians were unusually conscientious about the exclusion of Jewish members

Hogwarts will become a reality in France as a mansion is transformed

Harry Potter heading for France as chateau is turned into Hogwarts

Hogwarts will become a reality in France as a mansion is transformed

A four-day event will take place at Château de Jolibert in France, where visitors can become students at Hogwarts

Denham's family home had suffered with a faulty central heating system which caused the pipes to knock, an activity that he linked with the show.

Ghostwatch - the BBC's chilling Halloween film which inspired the Blair Witch Project

The chilling BBC film which inspired the Blair Witch Project

Ghostwatch aired on BBC One in 1992, and no viewer has quite forgotten it since

Barrister who posted Hitler links and anti-Semitic tweets kicked out of the profession

Barrister who posted links to Hitler speech kicked out of the profession

A barrister who tweeted about Hitler and the Nazis has been thrown out of the profession after a hearing at the Bar Tribunal and Adjudication Service

Trump supporter Raheem Kassam was never going to win UKIP election, says Guido Fawkes founder

'Trump supporter Raheem Kassam was never going to win UKIP election'

Paul Staines says Kassam lacked support and sounded like he'd 'come straight out of Texas'

'Raheem Kassam would have been the best person to lead UKIP, so now the party is in a poor state of affairs'

UKIP donor Arron Banks may pull funding after Raheem Kassam leadership withdrawal

UKIP donor says party are in a mess after Raheem Kassam leadership withdrawal

Arron Banks told Julia party is 'in a hell of a mess' after Kassam quit leadership race

Chris Tarrant on his show Ice Train To Nowhere, Extreme Railways, and his stroke on a 14-hour flight from Thailand

Chris Tarrant on his show Ice Train To Nowhere, Extreme Railways, and his stroke on a 14-hour flight from Thailand

Chris Tarrant on his show Ice Train To Nowhere, Extreme Railways, and his stroke

The legendary TV presenter came into the studio to chat with Paul Ross

'FBI director behaviour very troubling', says Democrat Karin Robinson

Hillary Clinton emails: 'FBI director's behaviour very troubling', says former Obama campaign tsar

FBI director's handling of Hillary Clinton emails 'is very troubling'

Former Obama campaign tsar Karin Robinson expressed her concern at the FBI's announcement, which could violate election rules

Bomb threat prompts plane evacuation in Florida

Bomb threat prompts plane evacuation in Florida

Plane destined for Dallas was grounded at Fort Lauderdale airport after man reportedly sent a text about a bomb on board

Remains of mutilated cat discovered near war memorial

Headless cat found near war memorial in vile Halloween prank

Headless cat found near war memorial in vile Halloween prank

The remains of a mutilated cat have been discovered in Essex near a war memorial, the RSPCA are investigating the incident

'We must fund social care and the NHS together in order for it to be sustainable', says MP Sarah Wollaston

LISTEN Health select committee chair demands social care rethink

Health select committee chair demands social care rethink

The government have claimed NHS in England will receive an extra £10 billion over the next five years, however the health select committee believe this is not true

'Britain has caused more mayhem and misery in the Middle East than Russia has', says journalist Rod Liddle

Rod Liddle tells George Galloway: Clowns like Boris Johnson are leading us into suicidal war with Putin

Rod Liddle attacks 'idiot' Boris Johnson over 'suicidal' Putin provocation

Russia has lost its bid to be a part of the United Nations Human Rights Council, losing its seat to Hungary and Croatia

33 miners trapped following gas explosion in China

33 miners trapped following gas explosion in China

33 miners trapped following gas explosion in China

The condition of the miners is not yet known, fears have previously been raised of maintenance work being overlooked in Chinese mines

Raheem Kassam drops out of UKIP leadership race

Raheem Kassam drops out to UKIP leadership race

Kassam says 'path to victory is too narrow'

Passengers to face Christmas disruption as Network Rail carries out work during holiday period

Passengers to face Christmas chaos as Network Rail announces holiday works

Rail passengers face Christmas travel chaos

There are expected to be up to 200 improvement projects during the festive period.

Saturday, October 29, 2016

Saturday, October 29, 2016

Late Nights with Iain Lee: Bonus Podcast, Gerry

Late Nights with Iain Lee: Bonus Podcast, Gerry - Friday, October 28

Late Nights with Iain Lee: Bonus Podcast, Gerry

'This a very inappropriate conversation' (Staff Nurse)

Friday, October 28, 2016

Friday, October 28, 2016

George Galloway attacks the UK Government for its 'aggression' against Vladimir Putin

George Galloway attacks UK Government for provoking Putin

Galloway said 'a mighty military superpower is being steadily confronted'

George Galloway condemns 'treason' against Jeremy Corbyn and singles out gay Labour MPs over Saudi vote

George Galloway

Galloway says some of those who abandoned their party's move to withdraw support from Saudi Arabia's war in Yemen would be beheaded in Riyadh

Passenger sets himself on fire on Monarch Airlines flight - reports

Passenger sets himself on fire on Monarch Airlines flight - reports

Flight from Birmingham to Tenerife reportedly forced to return to Canary Islands after passenger set himself ablaze with lighter fluid

Rupert Caney performs live in Busker Sessions for Jon Holmes

Rupert Caney performs live in Busker Sessions for Jon Holmes

Rupert Caney performs live in Busker Sessions for Jon Holmes

The singer performed a cover of Drake and Johnny Cash

'Brexit is not the cause of price rises, it's currency exchange', says retail analyst

'Brexit is not the cause of price rises - it's just normal currency fluctuations', says retail analyst

'Brexit isn't the cause of price rises - it's just normal currency fluctuations'

Both new and existing models of Apple Mac have significantly risen in price

Spain's animal rights party ready to go to war over Catalonia bullfighting verdict

Spain's animal rights party ready for war over Catalonia bullfighting verdict

Pacma was only launched 13 years ago, but the female-dominated party received a million votes last year - and now they're preparing for their biggest fight yet

British mother dies and two others in hospital after hot air balloon crash in South Africa

British mother dies after hot air balloon crash in South Africa

British mother dies after hot air balloon crash in South Africa

The hot air balloon is said to have been making an emergency landing when the basket was dragged along the ground, throwing three people out

Kim Jong Un plans to investigate failures of Musudan-type missiles to find link with espionage

Kim Jong Un 'to launch spy-hunting probe over Musudan missile debacle'

Kim Jong Un 'to launch spy-hunting probe over Musudan missile debacle'

The leader of North Korea Kim Jong Un is said to be planning an investigation to find out whether failed missile launches are linked with espionage

LISTEN Iain Duncan Smith tells Julia: 'People who use Universal Credit absolutely love it'

People who use Universal Credit absolutely love it, says Iain Duncan Smith

IDS spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about his flagship policy and suggested it will have a 'transformative effect'

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Yasmeen Khan wins Radio Presenter of the Year at the 2016 Asian Media Awards

Yasmeen Khan wins Radio Presenter of the Year at the 2016 Asian Media Awards

Khan Drive With Yasmeen Khan every Friday from 4pm - 7pm

Male contraception 'all about trust', says Dr. Pam Spurr

Male contraception 'raises hurdles for men', says Dr. Pam Spurr

Male contraception 'raises hurdles for men', says Dr. Pam Spurr

The psychologist spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the jab to lower sperm count

Michael Jackson

To celebrate National Chocolate Day, here are seven of the world's maddest chocolate sculptures

To celebrate National Chocolate Day, here are seven mad chocolate sculptures

Today many are celebrating National Chocolate Day, so before you tuck in to your chocolate feast, take a look at these amazing sculptures

Donald Trump has blamed the microphones for his 2005 video tape comments

Donald Trump has blamed the microphones for 2005 'p***y' comments

Donald Trump has blamed the microphones for 2005 'p***y' comments

The Republican candidate has so many problems with microphones *cough*

Brexit: Belfast High Court rejects claim NI law means royal prerogative can't be used to trigger Article 50

Brexit legal challenge rejected by Belfast High Court

Brexit legal challenge rejected by Belfast High Court

The court has ruled on one of the first legal challenges to block the formal process of leaving the EU

Body of a 13 year-old boy discovered in a garden shed after fire breaks out

Body of 13-year-old boy discovered in burnt-out garden shed after fire breaks out

Body of 13-year-old boy discovered in burnt-out garden shed after fire

The body of a 13-year-old boy has been found in a burnt out garden shed, in a village near Doncaster, the investigation into the cause of the fire continues

First piece of dinosaur brain tissue discovered in Sussex

First-ever piece of dinosaur brain tissue discovered in Sussex

First-ever piece of dinosaur brain tissue discovered in Sussex

The first ever piece of dinosaur brain tissue has been discovered and seems to be similar to that of birds and crocodiles

Jeremy Corbyn accused of a stitch-up over Shami Chakrabarti peerage

Jeremy Corbyn 'traded honours for favours' over Chakrabarti antisemitism inquiry, says former Labour peer

Jeremy Corbyn accused of stitch-up over Shami Chakrabarti peerage

Lord Mitchell claimed that the Labour Leader has traded 'honours for favours'

Isis using 'tens of thousands' of people as human shields in Mosul, says UN

Isis using 'tens of thousands' of people as human shields in Mosul, says UN

UN report also claims jihadists slaughtered at least 232 people last week

Tiger attacks trainer and is beaten with a stick, as the public looks on in Florida

WATCH Tiger attacks trainer and is beaten with a stick as public looks on

WATCH Tiger attacks trainer and is beaten with a stick as public looks on

A tiger has attacked its trainer in Florida, before being beaten with a stick in order to end the attack, as students and adults looked on

Podcast: Paul Ross Full Set Breakfast - Episode 28

Podcast: Paul Ross Full Set Breakfast - Episode 28

Podcast: Paul Ross Full Set Breakfast - Episode 28

Check out the highlights from the Full Set Breakfast show

Judge to rule on first UK court Brexit challenge

Brexit court case: Judge to rule on first UK legal challenge to EU exit

Judge to rule on first UK court Brexit challenge

A case at Belfast High Court opposing Prime Minister Theresa May's ability to trigger Brexit negotiations is set to receive its ruling

Brexit: Tony Blair to Remain voters: "We're the insurgents now"

Brexit: Tony Blair urges Remain voters to launch 'insurgency' against EU departure

Tony Blair urges Remain voters to launch 'insurgency' against Brexit

The former PM called on voters to convince Brexit supporters the country is better off in the EU

Thursday, October 27, 2016

Thursday, October 27, 2016

Romanian kidnappers 'demanded £200 to free their hostage'

Romanian kidnappers 'demanded £200 to free their hostage'

Couple arrested in Spanish town of Sagunt for kidnapping man and demanding £195 to free him

'The language Lily Allen has used is foolish and rightly criticised', says former newspaper editor

Lily Allen Hitler row: Star was foolish in Calais Jungle protest, says former newspaper editor

'The language Lily Allen has used is foolish and rightly criticised'

Lily Allen has voiced her opinions on the migrant crisis in an article published in Vice, which she has faced plenty of criticism for

Death to the clowns: Towns across US ban killer clown costumes for Halloween

Towns across US ban killer clown costumes for Halloween

Whether the bans have any impact remains to be seen

Lily Allen compares the Conservatives to Hitler in article on refugees

Lily Allen compares the Conservatives to Hitler in article on refugees

Lily Allen compares the Conservatives to Hitler in article on refugees

Lily Allen has published an essay on Vice to defend her stance on the migrant crisis

National Black Cat Day: Three kittens rescued from a bin bag left on the side of a road

National Black Cat Day: Three kittens rescued from a bin bag left on the side of a road

Three kittens rescued from a bin bag left on the side of a road

Three kittens were discovered in a bin bag at the side of a road in Essex, they ave now been rescued, strangely making friends with their vet's dog

UKIP won't field a candidate for Richmond Park by-election

Zac Goldsmith Heathrow resignation: UKIP won't contest Richmond Park by-election

UKIP won't field a candidate for Richmond Park Zac Goldsmith by-election

A spokesperson for UKIP has announced that they won't be fielding a candidate for the Richmond Park by-eletion, and have asked their supporters to vote for Zac Goldsmith

West Ham violence: London Stadium security tsar Chris Allison was a hero of 7/7 terror attacks

Meet the 7/7 hero who is overseeing West Ham's response to London Stadium chaos

Chris Allison was at the helm for the 2012 Olympic Games and the 2005 London terror attacks. He will need all his experience now

Hollyoaks cast on their storylines, 21st anniversary of the soap and GBBO

Hollyoaks stars Jennifer Metcalfe, Jamie Lomas, and Anna Passey discuss the show's 21st birthday - and Bake Off

Hollyoaks cast on their storylines, 21st anniversary of the soap and Bake Off

Jennifer Metcalfe, Jamie Lomas, and Anna Passey joined Paul Ross in the studio

'If Channel 4 land the right talent for The Great British Bake Off it stands a good chance of succeeding', says TV critic

Bake Off Final: 'Show's move to Channel 4 could be a success with the right casting'

Bake Off's move to Channel 4 'could be a success with the right casting'

Last night the final of The Great British Bake Off was broadcast, revealing the winner, but this will be the last series to air on the BBC

Diet Chef advert: 'Let's give women negative messages about being overweight, it would save lives', says Julia Hartley-Brewer

Diet Chef advert: 'Women need negative messages about being overweight - they could save lives', says Julia

Julia Hartley-Brewer says women need negative messages about their weight

An advert for the delivery service Diet Chef has been banned by the Advertising Standards Authority for being 'socially irresponsible' around issues of weight loss

Theresa May was badly advised on 'absurd' Heathrow expansion following government figures revelation, says former transport minister Steve Norris

Theresa May was badly advised on 'absurd' Heathrow expansion, says former transport minister Steve Norris

May was badly advised on 'absurd' Heathrow idea, says former transport minister

Steve Norris made the claims after new figures showed the govenrment may have exaggerated the financial case for Heathrow

LISTEN West Ham and Chelsea fans compare London Stadium chaos to Hillsborough

West Ham and Chelsea fans compare London Stadium chaos to Hillsborough

Witnesses to last night's violence say the police lost control and the stadium's labyrinthine structure is a recipe for disaster

'Modified mosquito army is a major breakthrough, but won't eradicate zika', says bite prevention specialist

Mosquito army won't kill zika, says specialist

Mosquito army won't kill zika, says specialist

Mosquitos which have been infected with the bug wolbachia will be released into Brazil and Columbia, it is hoped they will reduce the spread of zika

'Vladimir Putin likes flexing his muscles' - Former rear admiral highlights how the west needs a 'framework' to confront Russia

LISTEN Vladimir Putin thinks we're weak and effeminate, says former Rear Admiral Chris Parry

Putin thinks we're weak and effeminate, says former Admiral

Chris Parry explained how there's no strategy to currently stop 'Vladimir Putin flexing his muscles' in Syria

Nine year old killed in car accident as driver was playing Pokemon Go

Truck driver playing Pokemon Go kills nine-year-old

Truck driver playing Pokemon Go kills nine-year-old

A nine-year-old boy was killed after being hit by a truck in central Japan, the driver admitted to police that he was not looking forwards as he was playing a game on his phone

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