Tuesday, 28 February 2017

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Lord Heseltine to fight another female Prime Minister, this time over Brexit

FAMOUS as much as anything for resigning from the Cabinet after a massive disagreement with Margaret Thatcher, Lord Heseltine is now leading a revolt against Theresa May in the House of Lords. In an article published in the Mail on Sunday, Heseltine, a media baron in his own right, has…

Car drives onto pavement and hits three people in Heidelberg

UPDATE: The badly injured man, run over in this incident has been identified as a 73-year-old German and police have now confirmed that he died of his injuries in hospital. The other two struck by the car were a32-year-old Austrian man and a 29-year-old woman from Bosnia who suffered no…

Spanish man arrested for alleged double murder of his own children in Germany

A DIVORCED 38-year-old man from Sevilla has been arrested in Vaihingen an der Enz, Germany, on suspicion of killing his two young boys. The lifeless bodies of the children, aged 4 and 5, were discovered by their estranged mother, who turned up to collect them a day earlier than planned.…

American company produces the first true transgender doll

THE Tonner Doll Company believes that it has created the world’s first transgender doll - in the image of transgender icon, teenager Jazz Jennings - which it unveiled at the recent New York Toy Fair. Jazz was born a boy but at a very early age declared that she was…

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A DIVORCED 38-year-old man from Sevilla has been arrested in…
FAMOUS as much as anything for resigning from the Cabinet…
THE Tonner Doll Company believes that it has created the…
UPDATE: The badly injured man, run over in this incident…

David Bowie dominates the Brit Awards

DAVID BOWIE dominated the 2017 Brit awards while George Michael received a series of emotional tributes. Bowie, who died last January, was awarded best British male and his last long player Blackstar won best British album at the glitzy event in London's O2 arena. His son, Duncan Jones, spoke about…

British group wants to obtain EU passport rights

A NUMBER of British citizens, especially those with links to European Union members are worried about their future ability to live, work and travel within the EU once Britain has left, possibly as early as 2019. They are therefore encouraging those who want to keep access to the EU member…

WATCH: Two cars swallowed by sinkhole in Los Angeles

TWO cars have fallen down a sinkhole in Studio City, Los Angeles. Footage of the second vehicle falling into the crater was caught live on TV. The sinkhole is believed to have been caused by one of the strongest storms California has seen in years, which has claimed two lives…

Tony Blair calls on Britons to ‘rise up’ against Brexit

FORMER Prime Minister Tony Blair has called on British people to ‘rise up’ and challenge Britain’s EU exit. In his speech, Blair said: “The people voted without knowledge of the terms of Brexit. As these terms become clear, it is their right to change their mind. Our mission is to…

Kidnapped Spaniard rescued after one month captivity in Venezuela

TWO Spanish brothers living in Venezuela were kidnapped and one was released quite quickly so that he could confirm what had happened and deliver the kidnappers’ demand for a ransom of $500,000 (€469,000). The family initially refused to pay the ransom and complained to the Guardia Civil in Las Palmas…

Crossing lights for smartphone addicts

LIGHT-UP strips have been installed at a pedestrian crossing in a town in the Netherlands to help smartphone users cross the road safely. The LED ‘Lightlines’ are embedded in the pavement and are designed to catch the eye of anyone looking down at their device, letting them know whether it…

Britain likely to miss EU 60th Anniversary party in Rome

AS Britain moves closer to triggering Article 50 to allow it to leave the European Union, it appears that EU leaders hope Prime Minister May doesn’t do this to coincide with the 60th Anniversary of the European Union celebrations to be held in Rome in March. The actual date of…

Quirky Valentine’s Day traditions from bay leaves to forever-alone day

WE are all familiar with gift giving, flowers and chocolates being associated with Valentine’s Day, but some countries have a different take on the day of romance. In Denmark, men send anonymous poems to their crushes and sign them with a rhyme for each letter in their name. If the…
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