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'I don't like my party's name'

Despite her lifelong mission for Scottish independence, the country's First Minister said she was unhappy at being linked to other nationalist movements.

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Couple finally call in bomb squad to dispose of cannonball

Steve Attfield discovered the 200-year-old cannonball while on holiday in France, before driving it 400 miles back home to his three-bedroom semi in Croydon, Surrey.

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Lloyds pushes £60k car loans without ANY credit checks

Customers of Lloyds Banking Group – which also includes Halifax and Bank of Scotland – have received personalised letters offering them long-term monthly loan deals so they can buy new cars.

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Average driver spends five days a year stuck in traffic

Drivers spend a total of almost five days a year stuck in traffic because of mounting congestion on the roads, a report released today reveals. Sitting in traffic costs each of us £968 a year.

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Second evacuation in 24 hours as wind intensifies Sunshine Coast fire

Sunshine Coast locals are being urged to evacuate if they cannot defend their homes against a grassfire, as strong winds whip up the flames.

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Order Some Takeout And We'll Tell You What City You Should Live In

Follow your stomach.

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GOP hurts itself by overreacting to Trump on Charlottesville

Voters swept Republicans into office to advance an agenda. It's fine to counsel the President on race, but not OK to stall policymaking until he improves, writes Scott Jennings.

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Red Sox LHP Pomeranz exits with back issue

Starting pitcher Drew Pomeranz left Friday's game against the Yankees in the fourth inning with back spasms. (read more)

MGM CEO Blasts ‘Hate Mongers,‘ Will Match Civil Rights Donations

MGM Resorts International denounced “hate mongers and white supremacists” in a letter to employees Friday, offering to match their donations to civil rights groups including the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People. (read more)

Jihadi propaganda is STILL available to view on Wikipedia

One IS publication encouraged would-be terrorists to use a hire vehicle to attack public places because they are ‘successful in harvesting large numbers of kuffar [non-believers]’.

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Fatcats whose perks are worth £11million a year

EXCLUSIVE: The bosses of Britain’s biggest firms are being handed millions of pounds in perks to allow them to pay for school fees, move house, and even use private jets for personal trips.

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Gym enthusiast mother-of-two, 35, broke her jaw during Tough Mudder

Carrie Price, 35, is suing the organisers of last September’s Tough Mudder event in West Sussex, questioning whether proper risk assessments were done to ensure competitors’ safety.

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BREAKING NEWS: Blaze breaks out in warehouse near Barcelona Airport

A fire broke out in a warehouse near Barcelona's El Prat Airport this afternoon, leading to dark clouds of smoke billowing across the runway. The cause of the blaze is unknown.

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A neo-Nazi’s rage-fueled journey to Charlottesville

James A. Fields Jr. struggled with mental illness and violent outbursts before he was charged with an act of automotive fury that left one woman dead and injured 19 others.

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Gingrich: Trump 'more isolated that he realizes'

President Donald Trump has become "isolated" in the presidency, ally Newt Gingrich told Fox News in an interview that aired Friday.

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Steve Bannon to Weekly Standard: 'The Trump presidency that we fought for, and won, is over'

After his ouster from the West Wing on Friday, ex-White House chief strategist Steve Bannon declared the Trump presidency that his brand of populist, right-wing conservatives helped make a reality is "over."

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Memories of Fear Could Be Permanently Erased, Study Shows

A new study unpicks why certain sounds can stir alarming memories, and reveals a new approach to wiping such memories from the brain. The Guardian reports: Published in the journal Neuron by Cho and his colleague Woong Bin Kim, the research reveals how the team used genetically modified mice to exa...

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In Charlottesville, Some Say Statue Debate Obscures a Deep Racial Split

As the Virginia city becomes the latest flash point in the America’s fight over white supremacy, a deep-rooted struggle for equality has weighed heavily on a shrinking black population.

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Explaining React's license

We clarify the BSD + Patents license.

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TV drama asks why young Britons hate us so much they run away to ISIS

Profile and propaganda mark out IS. Its members see themselves as the modern, edgy re-incarnation of the dusty, cave-dwelling old men of Al Qaeda — a new breed, the hipsters of terrorism.

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Barcelona terrorists 'wanted to kill MORE with BIGGER trucks'

More than 20 butane gas canisters were found intact in the rubble of a home in Alcanar, 120 miles from Barcelona.

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Desperate search for missing after Barcelona terror attack

Relatives of Julian Cadman, seven, born in Kent, say he is missing following the terror attack in Barcelona as citizens of 34 countries were listed among the dead and injured.

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Bruce Forsyth's (many) beautiful women

By his own admission, even before television’s Sunday Night At The London Palladium elevated him to star status 59 years ago, Our Brucie was a very naughty Jack the Lad.

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Spanish police hunt four suspects over Barcelona terror attack

Moussa Oukabir, Mohamed Hychami, Younes Abouyaaqoub and Said Aallaa have been named as suspected members of the terror cell which plotted Europe's latest terrorist outrage.

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Inside flat where ‘Las Ramblas jihadi’ Moussa Oukair lived

This is the flat, in Ripoll, Spain, were Las Ramblas terror suspect Moussa Oukabir, 17, (inset) allegedly plotted to kill and injure tourists in Barcelona. Neighbours today told of their shock.

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'The Trump presidency we fought for is over': Bannon back to Breitbart

The former chief strategist to the US President wastes no time after being fired by Donald Trump, returning to the far-right news publication he previously led.

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A Tesla owner shows his 97-year-old Grandpa a car from the future

Zac Carmi showed his 97-year-old grandfather his Tesla. His grandpa was pretty impressed. You can watch video of the adorable interaction below. In what..

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Robin Thicke's Girlfriend April Love Geary, No Sign of Pregnancy

April Love Geary is 3 months pregnant, but you wouldn't know it ... at all.

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NFL preseason scores, schedule, updates, news: Seahawks starting Lacy, Rawls out

Plus everything else you need to know about Week 2 of the 2017 NFL preseason (read more)

Blake Bortles may lose job to Chad Henne; Jaguars quarterbacks

You have to see these Blake Bortles' throws to believe them.

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Weekend Box Office: 'Hitman's Bodyguard' Targeting $18M-Plus Debut; 'Logan Lucky' Lags

'Logan Lucky' is director Steven Soderbergh's first film in four years.

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Retina Monitors — Liss is More

If you want a Retina-ready monitor, I have some recommendations.

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Trump gets rid of Stephen Bannon, a top proponent of his nationalist agenda

Many White House staffers pushed the president to dismiss Bannon and others associated with the white nationalist movement following the Charlottesville tragedy.

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Bannon’s next move: A return to Breitbart News, with more reach than ever

The former White House chief strategist is expected to renew his partnership with the wealthy Mercer family.

Washington Post (read more)