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Prisoner cut off his penis after being told his wife didn't want to see him on conjugal visit

Mail Online - Sat, 2020-12-26 14:38
An inmate in Spain cut off his penis after his wife refused a conjugal prison visit. The prisoner was found bleeding to death in his cell in a prison near Cadiz on Christmas Eve.
Categories: UK News

Essex could be hit by sleet showers as Storm Bella hits UK

This Is Total Essex - Sat, 2020-12-26 14:34
The wintry weather is set to continue into next week
Categories: Essex News

Keir Starmer is warned shadow ministers will RESIGN and defy three-line whip to back Brexit deal

Mail Online - Sat, 2020-12-26 14:15
Keir Starmer faces a front bench revolt after he told Labour MPs to back the Government's historic new Brexit deal when it comes to a vote next Wednesday. Junior shadow ministers are expected to resign.
Categories: UK News

Joe Swash's SatNav error that sent his mum on 280-mile detour

This Is Total Essex - Sat, 2020-12-26 14:03
Joe's mum and neighbour were "fuming" when they realised what happened
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Selina Scott describes the joys of walking in the Yorkshire Dales and a scary helicopter flight

Mail Online - Sat, 2020-12-26 14:03
TV presenter Selina Scott checks into our travel Q&A and talks walks, pubs, hotels, Fiji, scary flights, mare's milk and how a cosy cashmere wrap is the one travel item she can't do without.
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Princess Charlene of Monaco puts on a united front as she shares festive snap with husband's family

Mail Online - Sat, 2020-12-26 13:58
The royal,  42, sported a grey jumper as she posed in front of a Christmas tree with her daughter Princess Gabriella, six, her husband, Prince Albert 62, and his sister, Princess Stephanie, 52.
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Boris Johnson urges hardline Brexiteers to back Brexit deal ahead of vote

Mail Online - Sat, 2020-12-26 13:51
MPs and peers have been summoned back to Parliament to vote on the deal on December 30 - just a day before the end of the transition period.
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TikTok 'broken TV' prank sparked fake insurance claims from fraudsters pretending screen cracked

Mail Online - Sat, 2020-12-26 13:30
A prank on TikTok tricks parents into believing their TV screen is broken with their children recording their reactions. The prank has now caused a rise in fraudulent home insurance claims, says Aviva.
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Police launch murder probe after man 'deliberately' hit by car and killed

Mail Online - Sat, 2020-12-26 13:28
The 28-year-old man was found in Coton Road, Erdington, with serious head injuries but died a short time later.
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Why make games for Linux if they don't sell? Because the nerds are just grateful to get something that works

The Register - Sat, 2020-12-26 13:15
And when nerds are your audience, everything is easier

Feature  Video games are the new Hollywood, complete with celebrities and hyped blockbusters like Cyberpunk 2077. In 2019, they made half as much again as the movie sector's paltry $101bn. You know who won't see much of that dough? Desktop Linux games developers.…

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Hour by hour timeline of what happens to your body after xmas dinner

This Is Total Essex - Sat, 2020-12-26 13:10
If you start picking at leftovers six hours after you finish your dinner this is why.
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Boy, 16, is seriously injured as man, 20, and woman, 25, arrested on suspicion of attempted murder

Mail Online - Sat, 2020-12-26 13:05
A boy, 16, is suffering serious injuries after he was stabbed in Hickings Lane, Stapleford, at 5.30am today. A man, 20, and woman, 25, were arrested on suspicion of attempted murder.
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Jetski Romeo's lover compares him to the Milk Tray man

Mail Online - Sat, 2020-12-26 13:01
Jessica Radcliffe, 30, posed with a giant box of the Cadbury chocolates for a Facebook picture on Christmas Day at her home on the Isle of Man.
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Motorcyclist dies after A120 crash in Broad Green

Chelmsford Weekly News - Sat, 2020-12-26 12:53
A MOTORCYCLIST has died after a collision involving a van on Christmas Eve.
Categories: Essex News

Motorcyclist dies after A120 crash in Broad Green

Braintree and Witham Times - Sat, 2020-12-26 12:53
A MOTORCYCLIST has died after a collision involving a van on Christmas Eve.
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Notorious British traitor George Blake dies in Moscow aged 98 

Mail Online - Sat, 2020-12-26 12:28
The 98-year-old spy had been living in Moscow since he escaped from Wormwood Scrubs in 1966.
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Man fighting for his life after car crashes into telegraph pole

This Is Total Essex - Sat, 2020-12-26 12:01
Officers found the man seriously injured when they arrived at the scene
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Lewis Hamilton calls for school children to be taught about black history

Mail Online - Sat, 2020-12-26 11:58
The Brit, who equalled Michael Schumacher's remarkable world title haul of seven, has been a huge advocate of the Black Lives Matter movement this year - leading the way in Formula One.
Categories: UK News

Langan's is rescued from administration

Mail Online - Sat, 2020-12-26 11:52
The London restaurant, which was opened in 1976 under then-co-owners Michael Caine and restaurateur Peter Langan, is understood to be relaunching next autumn.
Categories: UK News

A New Population of Blue Whales Was Discovered Hiding in the Indian Ocean

Slashdot - Sat, 2020-12-26 11:30
Weighing up to 380,000 pounds and stretching some 100 feet long, the blue whale -- the largest creature to have ever lived on Earth -- might at first seem difficult for human eyes and ears to miss. But a previously unknown population of the leviathans has long been lurking in the Indian Ocean, leaving scientists none the wiser, new research suggests. From a report: The covert cadre of whales, described in a paper published last week in the journal Endangered Species Research, has its own signature anthem: a slow, bellowing ballad that's distinct from any other whale song ever described. It joins only a dozen or so other blue whale songs that have been documented, each the calling card of a unique population. "It's like hearing different songs within a genre -- Stevie Ray Vaughan versus B. B. King," said Salvatore Cerchio, a marine mammal biologist at the African Aquatic Conservation Fund in Massachusetts and the study's lead author. "It's all blues, but you know the different styles." The find is "a great reminder that our oceans are still this very unexplored place," said Asha de Vos, a marine biologist who has studied blue whales in the Indian Ocean but was not involved in the new study. Dr. Cerchio and his colleagues first tuned into the whales' newfound song while in scientific pursuit of a pod of Omura's whales off the coast of Madagascar several years ago. After hearing the rumblings of blue whales via a recorder planted on the coastal shelf, the researchers decided to drop their instruments into deeper water in the hopes of eavesdropping further. A number of blue whale populations, each with its own characteristic croon, have long been known to visit this pocket of the Indian Ocean, Dr. Cerchio said. But one of the songs that crackled through the team's Madagascar recordings was unlike any the researchers had heard.

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