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Donna Air shows off her svelte legs during low-key dog walk... after missing out on Royal Wedding following...

She no doubt would have attended the Royal Wedding last weekend had she not split with James Middleton.  Yet Donna Air's recent split from the Duchess Of Cambridge's brother ensured she had no such luck - although she looked unperturbed during a...

Tuesday, 15:43 in Showbiz
 

Dan Osborne and Jacqueline Jossa split: Soap star's family 'UNFOLLOW estranged husband' on social media......

Jacqueline Jossa's family have reportedly unfollowed her estranged husband Dan Osborne on social media after he branded their marriage 'unhappy'. The former EastEnders star, who is nine months pregnant with their second child, is preparing to give...

Tuesday, 15:41 in Showbiz
 

Cheryl and Michelle Keegan post heartfelt tributes to Manchester bombing victims as celebs mark first...

Cheryl, Michelle Keegan and Scarlett Moffatt were among a host of celebrities paying tribute to the victims of the Manchester terror attack on the first anniversary of the bombing. On May 22 of last year, a terrorist detonated an explosive device as...

Tuesday, 15:41 in Showbiz
 

Virgin Media overcharged customers for leaving, says watchdog: Exit fees as high as £240 - even when people...

Virgin Media has been overcharging customers early termination fees on contracts for its broadband, phone and telephone services, Ofcom has provisionally concluded. The watchdog launched a formal investigation into the telecoms giant last summer into...

Tuesday, 15:36 in Business
 

Households are £900 a year worse off than they would have been without Brexit, Bank chief Mark Carney...

Households are £900 a year worse off than they would have been without Brexit, Bank Governor Mark Carney claimed today. Mr Carney told MPs it was because Britain's economy was up to 2 per cent smaller than it might have been if the country had not...

Tuesday, 15:36 in Business
 

Now THAT'S a novel holiday: Book a trip on the vintage steam ship that played host to Agatha Christie and...

It was the steam ship that played host to Agatha Christie in 1933 and inspired one of her most celebrated novels - Death on the Nile.  And holidaymakers can follow in the footsteps of the author by sailing on the same ship for £1,500 per week. It was...

Tuesday, 14:38 in Travel
 

Lavish beachfront villa with a Picasso in the SWIMMING POOL set to sell for millions at auction

A palatial beachfront villa with a Picasso in the swimming pool is to be auctioned off without a reserve price. El Martinete, near Marbella, Spain, was previously owned by Antonio el Bailarín, a Spanish flamenco dancer who was a close friend of the...

Tuesday, 14:38 in Travel
 

The BOOT-SHAPED B&B! Quirky £160-a-night rental is the perfect place for a couple to kick back and relax in

We've all heard the nursery rhyme about the old woman who lived in a shoe - but not everyone knows about the guesthouse where it comes true. Tucked away in New Zealand's South Island sits a cosy, self-contained B&B with a kick - it's shaped just...

Tuesday, 14:38 in Travel
 

Stay in the idyllic 17th-century manor that was the childhood home of Florence Nightingale for just £65 per...

If you're a stressed worker looking for a holiday rental to nurse you back to a positive state of mind then look no further than the manor house that was the childhood home of Florence Nightingale. The Grade II listed Lea Hall in Matlock, Derbyshire,...

Tuesday, 14:38 in Travel
 

How driving could get safer: Europe wants ALL new cars to be fitted with these eleven safety measures by 2021

All new cars will be packed with significantly more life-saving safety equipment than ever before within three years - if Europe's lawmakers get their own way. The European Commission is pushing for the mandatory fitment of 11 pieces of technology...

Tuesday, 13:36 in Business
 

Your top five pension questions answered: Pension Wise reveals what people ask the most at its free...

The Government's free Pension Wise service was set up to help older people plan their retirement finances following the pension freedom reforms in 2015. It previously explained how sessions work and how to prepare in advance to get the maximum benefit...

Tuesday, 13:19 in Business
 

Pets at Home shares dive after profits at the retailer take a hit due to price cutting prompted by rising...

Pets at Home said full-year profits took a hit after it cut prices to tackle rising competition, and signalled more price cuts were to come this year.   Pre-tax profits at the UK's biggest pets retailer fell 12.3 per cent to £84.5million in the year...

Tuesday, 13:19 in Business
 

Chinese archaeologist who 'discovered and restored' Terracotta Warriors dies at the age of 82

An archaeologist who was credited with discovering China's emblematic ancient Terracotta Warriors, has died aged 82, state media said. Zhao Kangmin was largely recognised as the first archaeologist to identify fragments of terracotta which had been...

Tuesday, 12:59 in Science &Technology
 

Largest number of homeowners since Brexit vote believe property prices will rise in their area over the...

The vast majority of homeowners in Britain believe property values in their area will increase in the next six months, a survey from Zoopla suggests. Confidence in growing values is at its highest since the Brexit vote, with some 84 per cent expecting...

Tuesday, 12:10 in Business
 

Premier League footballer Rolando Aarons and his mother are spared jail over a 'Wild West brawl' in a...

A Premier League star and his mother have been spared jail over a 90 second brawl that erupted in a nightclub's VIP area. Newcastle United winger Rolando Aarons was on a night out with friends and family when trouble flared after men started 'bumping...

Tuesday, 11:58 in Sport
 


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