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Mum finds FEATHERS in her daughter's McDonald's chicken meal
Diner disgusting to find chicken feathers poking out of McWings after buying takeaway meal in Beijing, China
Port Talbot steelworks 'explosions' with shocked locals saying 'the house shook'
Police confirm they are in attendance at TATA Steelworks in Port Talbot with residents saying they can see fire
'It's not her first bad decision': Woman with freaky face tattoo falls foul of law
Alyssa Zabrasky's tattoo has made headlines as web users joke 'crime isn't for her - she doesn't exactly blend in'
Pug Kiki falls 130ft down well - but fire brigade have brilliant way to save her
Firefighters had to lower a basket full of dog food to lure three-year-old Kiki in before pulling her to safety
Prince William opens up on death of Diana as he meets victims of Christchurch attacks
The Duke of Cambridge was making a two-day visit to New Zealand and told the stricken 'I've had reason myself to reflect on grief'
Lottery row as friends win £4 million on scratchcard but Camelot may not pay out
Mark Goodram and Jon-Ross Watson won the incredible sum after buying a £10 scratchcard on Easter Monday
Residents' fury as new build homes covered in MOULD - and developers won't help
Residents of North Prospect, Plymouth said it would cost each home £3,000 to fix the issue but the developers said the issues 'out of warranty'
Tens of thousands of carers face decades of repayments due to DWP blunders
In a few cases, repayments are being sought for over £20,000 - which could potentially take someone as long as 34 years to pay off - the National Audit Office (NAO) said
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Huawei row: Top civil servant demands leak inquiry co-operation
Sir Mark Sedwell's letter to ministers comes amid pressure for a more robust response to the Huawei leaks.
UK warns against all but essential Sri Lanka travel
The UK advises against all but essential travel to Sri Lanka, where the bombings death toll is revised down by about 100.
How a missed council tax bill of £167 can cost £2,065
Citizens Advice calls for a change in the rules that mean a full year's bill is levied after a missed payment.
Blue Peter: Richie Driss announced as new presenter
Richie Driss will make his debut on the children's show on 16 May, CBBC confirms.
Syndrome without a name: The boy who baffles doctors
Charlie Parkes is one of about 6,000 children a year born with a condition so rare it is undiagnosed.
Two degrees now needed to get higher pay
The salary advantage for young people getting a degree is twice as big for postgraduates.
G4S driver admits stealing £1m in cash from van
Joel March took the cash from the vehicle after parking it in Clapham, south-west London.
Extinction Rebellion activists end London protests
A "closing ceremony" takes place in Hyde Park to mark the conclusion of Extinction Rebellion's action.
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Sri Lankans urged to avoid mosques, churches amid fears of more attacks
Muslims in Sri Lanka were urged to pray at home on Friday and not attend mosques or churches after the State Intelligence Services warned of possible car bomb attacks, amid fears of retaliatory violence for the Easter Sunday bombi
China's Xi says Belt and Road must be green, sustainable
China's Belt and Road initiative must be green and sustainable, President Xi Jinping said at the opening of a summit on his grand plan on Friday, adding that the massive infrastructure and trade plan should result in "high quality
Prince William visits New Zealand mosques attacked by gunman, meets survivors
Extremist ideology must be defeated, Britain's Prince William said during a visit to a New Zealand mosque on Friday where dozens were killed in a mass shooting last month after earlier meeting survivors of the massacre.
China seeks to allay fears over Belt and Road debt risks
China aims to make the Belt and Road initiative sustainable and prevent debt risks, its finance minister said on Thursday, seeking to allay criticism that the infrastructure plan to boost trade and investment creates a heavy burde
Asia shares subdued, dollar pins hopes on U.S. GDP
Asian shares got off to a subdued start on Friday, while the dollar held near two-year highs against the euro on speculation that data later in the day will show the U.S. economy outperforming the rest of the developed world.
Amazon raises stakes for rivals with one-day delivery goal after profit surge
Amazon.com Inc plans to deliver packages to members of its loyalty club Prime in just one day, instead of two days, part of a spending ramp-up that may curb near-term profits and will up the ante for retail rivals such as Walmart
North Korean leader says peace on Korean peninsula depends on U.S. attitude - KCNA
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un said during his summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin peace and security on the Korean peninsula depend entirely on the future U.S. attitude, North Korean state media KCNA said on Friday.
Rami Malek to play Bond villain in franchise's 25th film next year
Oscar winner Rami Malek will play the international villain who Daniel Craig's James Bond must battle in the British spy franchise's 25th film set for release next year, the producers announced on Thursday.
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Three 'huge explosions' are heard at the Tata steelworks in Port Talbot 
Three large explosions at the Tata steelworks in Port Talbot rocked the Welsh town this morning, with emergency services racing to the scene.

People on Twitter reveal their most bizarre eating habits
The viral thread kicked off on Tuesday, April 23 when user Twitter user Simone de Rochefort, from New York, asked her followers to share their weirdest eating habits.

Prince William kicks off day two of his New Zealand tour visiting Christchurch massacre sites
The second day of the Duke of Cambridge's sombre and low-key visit to New Zealand included a visit to Christchurch Hospital, where five people remain in care after the shootings.

Stefanie Sherk 'was found at the bottom of a pool' as her death is ruled suicide
Police were called to their Sherman Oaks home on on April 12, The Blast reports. Sherk was found by her husband after he returned from shopping, reports say.

Game Of Thrones star Bella Ramsey is named as a Prince William Award Ambassador
Game Of Thrones' Bella Ramsey has found a royal connection outside of Westeros, as she's recently been named as a Prince William Award Ambassador.

Passengers in the backseat of a car are at greater risk of injury and death
According to an IIHS study, safety standards for passengers in the front seat have steadily advanced throughout the past several years, backseat safety has lagged behind.

Men who pretend not to be interested in sex increase their chances of success with women
Psychologists from a university in Norway found that canny men often play it cool with someone they find attractive whereas women act more interested than they are.

RICHARD LITTLEJOHN: Trump protests, cream ads banned, racist chocolate ducks… and all that jazz!
RICHARD LITTLEJOHN: Our destiny in Europe is being decided not by the majority at the ballot box, but by those prepared to make the most trouble.


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