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  1. Supermassive black holes billion times bigger than sun roam the universe eating galaxies, study

    Category: EDITORIAL/Technology

    ... British Columbia and Gregory Shields, of the University of Texas at Austin examined NGC 1277 which is 250 million light-years away in the Perseus cluster. They concluded that its central black hole was ... Friday, 13 September 2013
  2. How to save thousands on your wedding costs - and slash the wedding cost per guest for a budget wedding which will still dazzle your guests

    Category: EDITORIAL/News

    ... best price you can do?’ I enquired. My toes curled; it’s horribly un-British. Do it anyway. 3. When you’re buying goods rather than services, hunt down businesses going bust. In a recession there are ... Friday, 13 September 2013
  3. This is what passes for First Class train travel in London

    Category: EDITORIAL/News

    ... World failed state. But this is a FIRST CLASS British train carriage serving St Pancras station in London. Despite the pitiful state of the carriage staff had the nerve to place covers on the headrests ... Friday, 13 September 2013
  4. Pope Benedict XVI's toilet paper stolen

    Category: EDITORIAL/News

    BRITISH TV presenter Myleene Klass has confessed to stealing toilet roll from Pope Benedict XVI.   She made matters worse by giving away sheets of the toilet tissue as Christmas presents. ... Friday, 21 June 2013
  5. Deep sea super-species found living in temperatures which would melt metal

    Category: EDITORIAL/Animals

    ... somehow survive at the same temperature metal reaches during welding, were found by a British team researching 'black smokers' on the Caribbean seafloor. The undersea hot springs, which lie 0.8 kilometres ... Friday, 21 June 2013
  6. Nurses 'excessive cleavage' gets patients' blood boiling

    Category: EDITORIAL/Wow!

     NURSES have been told to cover-up at a British hospital where excessive displays of cleavage were causing more than patient's temperatures to rise.     From now on nurses at hospitals ... Friday, 21 June 2013
  7. Will Xbox expose block second hand and used games? The experts give their opinions

    Category: EDITORIAL/Gaming

    ... called The Room, which went on to become a number one bestseller in 65 countries, Apple's Game Of The Year 2012 and Bafta's pick as 2013's best British Game. So we had to wonder - sitting in Guildford, ... Tuesday, 21 May 2013
  8. Is Madonna among the celebrities suffering from 'pillow-face'?

    Category: EDITORIAL/Celebrity!

    ... who has always maintained a dignified silence on the issue of cosmetic work, was name-checked at the British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons (BAAPS) Annual Scientific Meeting, where cosmetic ... Tuesday, 26 March 2013
  9. Hundreds of family pets mutilated for insurance pay-outs

    Category: EDITORIAL/Animals

    FAMILY pets are being mutilated or killed by owners to claim insurance payouts. The sick scam swindled British insurance firms out of an estimated £2 million ($3.21 million) last year – a 400 percent ... Monday, 11 March 2013
  10. British female bodybuilding babes flexing their female muscle at the NAC UK Open British Bodybuilding championships

    Category: EDITORIAL/Video

    ... added the British to her recently acquired NAC Ms World triumph. The 39-year-old Hungary-born bodybuilder has always had show-stopping legs but has worked hard to bring her upper body up to the same ... Thursday, 07 March 2013
  11. Kiddies' horror as performing zoo owl is grabbed in mid air by lion and ripped to pieces

    Category: EDITORIAL/Animals

    A PET barn owl performing for children at a British zoo was clubbed in mid-air by a lion, ripped to pieces and devoured. Ash the owl (pictured) was one of the stars of a stunning bird display at ... Tuesday, 05 March 2013
  12. Suicide by trucker? Horror footage of Swedish twin sisters running in front of speeding 18-wheeler

    Category: EDITORIAL/Video

    TWO Swedish sisters spotted walking down the centre of a British motorway ran into the path of a speeding lorry rather than be arrested. Officers approached Ursula and Sabina Eriksson as they walked ... Saturday, 02 March 2013
  13. Nurse Jacintha Saldanha the suspected suicide victim of cruel 2Day FM Royal hospital hoax was found hanged in her flat - reports

    Category: EDITORIAL/News

    ... provide their only clue to what prompted the respected nurse to take such a drastic and tragic step. British Prime Minister David Cameron said today that ‘many lessons’ must be learned from the tragedy. ... Wednesday, 12 December 2012
  14. World's first artificial quarterpounder burger created from pig stem cells and horse foetus serum (Burger King not quaking in boots yet)

    Category: EDITORIAL/Technology

    ... the British beef industry well into the future, rather than from cattle stem cells.   "There is great potential for traditional beef farming to be sustainable and efficient, to reduce emissions and ... Sunday, 02 December 2012
  15. News of the World scandal – here's what REALLY happened: a confession from a tabloid hack

    Category: EDITORIAL/News

    ... moral code however rudimentary to nail a story But corruption and criminal activity was everywhere in British tabloid journalism. We were all under relentless pressure to achieve, to get exclusives, to ... Thursday, 29 November 2012
  16. Has NASA discovered life on Mars? The latest findings from Mars Curiosity Rover, suggest yes!

    Category: EDITORIAL/Technology

    ... compounds - carbon containing substances that could indicate life. British astro-engineer Paul Lafey said: “I'm surprised John has let the cat out of the bag but anything which that team describe as ... Thursday, 29 November 2012
  17. Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 could face ban over horrific London Underground bombing scenes

    Category: EDITORIAL/Gaming

    ... between perpetrators of violent crime and violent video games users" and calls on “the British Board of Film Classification [BBFC] to take further precautions when allowing a game to be sold.”   ... Thursday, 26 April 2012
  18. Death threats for academic claiming babies might be killed 'because they're not real people'

    Category: EDITORIAL/News

    ...  Francesca Minerva, a philosopher and medical ethicist, wrote in a respected publication the Journal of Medical Ethics published by the British Medical Journal group, that arguably a new baby is not a ... Thursday, 01 March 2012
  19. Police officer blinded by crazed killer Raoul Moat found dead at home

    Category: EDITORIAL/News

    A BRITISH police officer shot and blinded as he faced a crazed gunman shooting up an English town has been found dead at his home. David Rathband, 44, used Twitter to post a disturbing message about ... Thursday, 01 March 2012
  20. Sunday Times journalist Marie Colvin andFrench photographer Remi Ochlik killed in Syria

    Category: EDITORIAL/News

    ... as cold! Will keep trying to get out the information."   US born Ms Colvin was the only reporter from a British newspaper in the city, a leading focus of unrest in the 11-month uprising.    ... Wednesday, 22 February 2012
  21. Adele flips the finger 'at the suits' at Brit Awards - watch

    Category: EDITORIAL/Celebrity!

    BRIT Award winner ADELE gave TV bosses the finger after her acceptance speech was cut short at the Brit Awards ceremony. The singer, who bagged the British Female Solo Artist and Best Album awards, looked ... Wednesday, 22 February 2012
  22. 'One Directon Come to Argentina' – could Brit boy band heal Anglo-Argentine bust-up over Falklands Islands?

    Category: EDITORIAL/Celebrity!

    BRITISH boy band One Direction have unwittingly become the darlings of Argentinian teenage girls – doing more to aid Anglo-Argentine relations than any number of politicians. As the 30th Anniversary ... Monday, 20 February 2012
  23. Killer organisms rapidly evolving to live in dishwashers and coffee makers

    Category: EDITORIAL/News

    ... the black yeasts Exophiala dermatitidis and E. phaeomuriformis which are known to be dangerous to human health. In the British Mycological Society publication Fungal Biology, Dr Polona Zalar of the University ... Thursday, 02 February 2012
  24. Phantom vibrations from your phone? You could be on the brink of a breakdown

    Category: EDITORIAL/News

    ...  The British Psychological Society’s Division of Occupational Psychology Conference in Chester heard psychometric stress tests were carried out on more than 100 volunteers, including students and employees ... Wednesday, 18 January 2012
  25. In God we trust – in atheists we don't says study

    Category: EDITORIAL/News

    ... and 55 percent of Americans would never vote an atheist president into office no matter how well qualified they were. Will Gervais at the University of British Columbia, in Vancouver, who published the ... Wednesday, 18 January 2012
  26. Leveson Inquiry is death knell for British newspapers says ex-News International Exec

    Category: EDITORIAL/News

    A FORMER senior executive at News International says the sweeping Leveson Inquiry into British press ethics will result in the closure of many more newspapers. A culture of phone hacking at the Rupert ... Tuesday, 29 November 2011
  27. Hundreds of family pets mutilated for insurance pay-outs

    Category: EDITORIAL/News

    FAMILY pets are being mutilated or killed by owners to claim insurance payouts. The sick scam swindled British insurance firms out of an estimated £2 million ($3.21 million) last year – a 400 percent ... Monday, 14 November 2011
  28. Britain boasts of new 'first strike' weapons in cyberwar

    Category: EDITORIAL/News

    BRITAIN has developed an armoury of first strike cyber-weapons to to counter the threat from computer hackers – and is ready to use them pre-emptively. Foreign Secretary William Hague says the British ... Tuesday, 18 October 2011
  29. Video: IndyCar death crash driver Dan Wheldon was chasing $5 million prize

    Category: EDITORIAL/News

    A CATASTROPHIC 15-car crash at the at the Las Vegas 300 IndyCar series finale has claimed the life of British driver Dan Wheldon. The 33 year-old from Buckinghamsire, UK, died from injuries ... Monday, 17 October 2011
  30. Video: Catastrophic 15 vehicle IndyCar pile-up claims life of driver Dan Wheldon

    Category: EDITORIAL/Video

    A CATASTROPHIC 15-car crash at the at the Las Vegas 300 IndyCar series finale has claimed the life of British driver Dan Wheldon. The 33 year-old from Buckinghamsire, UK, died from injuries he received ... Monday, 17 October 2011
  31. Historic english pub being turned into Islamic madrassa threatens to split community after workers illegally destroy century-old sign

    Category: EDITORIAL/News

    A STONE pub sign in a small town in northern England has become the unlikely focus of fears that Islam is trampling over British history. The defunct Dog Inn, which has stood in Revidge, Blackburn, Lancashire, ... Monday, 10 October 2011
  32. British Prime Minister David Cameron's secret fags

    Category: EDITORIAL/News

    BRITISH Prime Minister David Cameron is back on the fags after failed attempts to quit smoking, it was reported today. The Sunday People's Westminster correspondent Nigel Nelson revealed Cameron, ... Sunday, 09 October 2011
  33. Shurley Sun mistake? The Sun runs 'phew what a scorcha!' heatwave story side by side with tale warning blizzards set to hit UK

    Category: EDITORIAL/News

    ... said the British Isles were to set for a 'scorcher' and that it was 'time to strip off again' – and illustrated the story with a suitably tabloid pic of a couple of scantily clad young girls frolicking ... Saturday, 08 October 2011
  34. TV show host in trouble for using word 'retarded'

    Category: EDITORIAL/Celebrity!

    ... the remark to actor Jonathan Wilkes who had indicated his grasp of British geography was poor. Minutes later after an advert break 51-year-old Mr Holmes said: “Sorry to three or four of you who have ... Saturday, 08 October 2011
  35. Richard Dawkins attacks Muslim faith schools for 'stuffing children's minds with alien rubbish'

    Category: EDITORIAL/News

    ... Muslim school in Leicester. He said: “Every person I met believes if there is any disagreement between the Koran and science, then the Koran wins. 'It's just utterly deplorable. These are now British ... Saturday, 08 October 2011
  36. Chilli eating competition contestants left writhing on floor in agony, hospitalised

    Category: EDITORIAL/News

    ... a legal disclaimer prior to taking part in the competition. Even though two members of the British Red Cross were on hand, they could not cope with the nature of the injuries sustained. Curry house ... Wednesday, 05 October 2011
  37. Skeleton of American who sent naked pics to the Queen found in secret hideaway near Buckingham Palace

    Category: EDITORIAL/News

    THE SKELETON of an American man who stalked the British Royal Family – and even sent pornography to the Queen – has been found in a 'hideaway' near Buckingham Palace.   The bones of Robert Moore, ... Wednesday, 05 October 2011
  38. Topless model turned bodybuilder Jodie Marsh says she wants to get huge!

    Category: EDITORIAL/Wow!

    A BRITISH glamour model and party girl has swapped bars for barbells after becoming a hardcore bodybuilder.   Jodie Marsh canned the booze and parties for a hyper-strict egg-white diet pumping ... Tuesday, 04 October 2011
  39. Paedophile British soldier's schoolgirl sleaze shame

    Category: EDITORIAL/News

    A BRITISH soldier who encouraged schoolgirls to text him naked pics while on the Afghanistan frontline has been jailed.   Ronald Baird, 31, talked to girls as young as 13 asking them to undress ... Tuesday, 04 October 2011
  40. Ewwwww! 64-year-old Edwina Currie wants to 'sex it up'

    Category: EDITORIAL/Celebrity!

    EDWINA Currie wants to defy BBC bosses who want to cut the sex from Strictly Come Dancing – by making her routines even sexier.   The 64-year-old former lover of ex British Prime Minister John ... Tuesday, 04 October 2011
  41. Amazon Kindle Fire tablet accused of logging EVERYTHING you do on the web

    Category: EDITORIAL/Technology

    AMAZON'S new Kindle Fire tablet takes web-snooping to a whole new level, according to a British online security expert.   The well-received Kindle Fire uses a bespoke web browser called  ... Friday, 30 September 2011
  42. Pope's toilet paper stolen – Vatican police say they have nothing to go on

    Category: EDITORIAL/Celebrity!

    BRITISH TV presenter Myleene Klass has confessed to stealing loo roll from Pope Benedict XVI.   She made matters worse by giving away sheets of the toilet tissue as Christmas presents.   ... Thursday, 22 September 2011
  43. Millions of BBC viewers stunned as Nicolas Winding Refn blurts out the F-word on live TV

    Category: EDITORIAL/News

    CONTROVERSIAL movie director Nicolas Winding Refn had British TV viewers choking on their breakfast cups of tea after blurting out the 'F-word' on BBC TV.   The profanity, still seen as shocking ... Tuesday, 20 September 2011
  44. UK Hotel prices fall (and Take That boost the hotel business!)

    Category: EDITORIAL/News

    ... Nottingham up 14% to £62 with the appeal of the city increased by one-off events such as the British Art Show in January and Nottingham European Arts and Theatre Festival in May-June. In contrast, the ... Monday, 19 September 2011
  45. Eleven amputated human feet discovered on beaches

    Category: EDITORIAL/News

    ELEVEN amputated feet, all still in their running shoes, have washed-up on beaches in Canada.   The latest foot was discovered near a marina called False Creek, police in Vancouver, British ... Thursday, 08 September 2011
  46. 'Tony Blair is secret godfather to Rupert Murdoch's daughter' - reports

    Category: EDITORIAL/News

    THE former British Prime Minister Tony Blair is the godparent of Rupert Murdoch's nine-year-old daughter Grace, it was reported today. According to a report in October edition of Vogue magazine ... Tuesday, 06 September 2011
  47. Woman famous for having huge fake breasts gets own national magazine

    Category: EDITORIAL/Celebrity!

    ...  “But at £3.99 an issue, Katie magazine is poised to net the glamour model £370,000 a year. “If it takes off, it may prove that she’s no fool — but what it says about the British public is anyone’s ... Tuesday, 06 September 2011
  48. Scientists on the verge of creating apes which can talk

    Category: EDITORIAL/News

    SCIENTISTS are on the verge of creating apes which can talk, a medical panel warned the British Government today.   Human brain cells are being transferred to animal brains giving them 'human-like' ... Friday, 22 July 2011
  49. As Europe faces economic meltdown bankers award themselves a £14 BILLION pat on the back

    Category: EDITORIAL/News

    ... credit crisis, which saw taxpayers' money used to bail out and rescue several leading British banks.   Lord Oakeshott, the former Liberal Democrat Treasury spokesman, said: "These banking bonus figures ... Wednesday, 20 July 2011
  50. LulzSec hack The Sun to run 'Rupert Murdoch dead' story

    Category: EDITORIAL/News

    LulzSec hacked The Sun website – the British tabloid newspaper owned by Rupert Murdoch – and redirected viewers to a fake news story claiming Rupert Murdoch had been found dead at his home. Hacker ... Tuesday, 19 July 2011
  51. Grown man hunts down and attacks child who kills him in Call of Duty game

    Category: Comments

    Haha, are all grown British men such losers?? ... Friday, 30 September 2011
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