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Phil Gingrey, Georgia Congressman, Explains Concept of “Legitimate Rape”

Phil Gingrey, Georgia Congressman, Explains Concept of
Phil Gingrey, a Republican Congressman from Georgia, has brought back up the topic of "legitimate rape." The term was broached by Todd Akin - a losing candidate for Congress in Missouri who drew MAJOR fire last year for saying a woman's body "shuts down" in the face of this type of act - and Gingrey tried ... Full story

Britney Spears and Jason Trawick: It’s OVER!

Britney Spears and Jason Trawick: It's OVER!
Britney Spears and Jason Trawick have broken up, the singer confirms. The split follows weeks, if not months of rumors that the relationship was on shaky ground, and the same day as she confirmed quitting The X Factor. "Britney Spears and Jason Trawick have mutually agreed to end their one-year engagement," her rep, Jeff Raymond, told People ... Full story

Planning threat to grandparents

Planning threat to grandparents
Grandparents face spending their retirement “propping up their kids and grandkids” unless they agree to support new development that would make housing more affordable, the planning minister has warned. It is “immoral” that young people are being priced out of the housing market because of a lack of cheap homes, Nick Boles told The Daily Telegraph. ... Full story

Norovirus to ruin Christmas for thousands

Norovirus to ruin Christmas for thousands
Families face ruined Christmas celebrations as the worst-ever outbreak of the winter vomiting bug escalates sharply. Almost 900,000 people in England alone have been infected with norovirus this winter, updated official figures suggest. It causes severely upset stomachs for up to five days. The number is almost twice as many as were infected by mid-December last year ... Full story

Norovirus closes hundreds of wards

Norovirus closes hundreds of wards
Three quarters of a million people have been struck down by the ‘winter vomiting bug’ and dozens of hospital wards closed in the worst start to the norovirus season on record. In the last two weeks, 43 hospital wards across England and Wales have been closed with the total number shut since the outbreak began now ... Full story

Britain has fallen out of love with marriage

Britain has fallen out of love with marriage
The 2011 Census shows that the number of married people has fallen to 20.4 million, nearly 200,000 fewer than a decade ago. A quarter of people in England and Wales are single, while the number of those co-habiting has risen from 9.8 per cent of the population to 11.9 per cent. Growing numbers of people are ... Full story
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Food minister Owen Paterson backs GM crops

Food minister Owen Paterson backs GM crops
Genetically modified food should be grown and sold widely in Britain and consumer opposition to the technology is a “complete nonsense”, the Cabinet minister in charge of food and farming has said. Owen Paterson, the Environment Secretary, made the remarks as ministers prepare to relax controls on the cultivation of GM crops, which he said had ... Full story

Tax hitmen to track your spending

Tax hitmen to track your spending
Up to two million people are to have their credit files secretly checked under a crackdown on tax evasion to be unveiled by George Osborne to help raise another £10 billion. Credit reference agencies will cross-check details of the income people declare on their tax returns against their spending patterns to identify “high” and “medium” risks ... Full story
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Government minister warns: ‘We must develop a third more land’ to meet housing demand

Government minister warns: 'We must develop a third more land' to meet housing demand
More than 1,500 square miles of open countryside — an area twice the size of Greater London — needs to be built on to meet housing demand, the Government’s planning minister will warn on Wednesday. Nick Boles, a Conservative minister appointed in the September reshuffle, wants to increase the amount of land built on in England ... Full story

New Bank of England Governor Mark Carney comes to UK for ‘greatest of challenges’

New Bank of England Governor Mark Carney comes to UK for 'greatest of challenges'
The first foreigner to be appointed Governor of the Bank of England in its 318-year history said last night that he was “going to where the challenges are greatest”. Mark Carney, the governor of the Bank of Canada, will replace Sir Mervyn King next summer after the Chancellor decided against another British candidate for the role. Mr ... Full story

Foster parents ‘stigmatised and slandered’ for being members of Ukip

Foster parents 'stigmatised and slandered’ for being members of Ukip
A couple had their three foster children taken away by a council on the grounds that their membership of the UK Independence Party meant that they supported “racist” policies. The husband and wife, who have been fostering for nearly seven years, said they were made to feel like criminals when a social worker told them that ... Full story

Wind farms to increase energy bills by £178 a year

Wind farms to increase energy bills by £178 a year
Energy bills are poised to rise by up to £178 a year under a deal struck between George Osborne and the Liberal Democrats to pay for a series of wind farms and nuclear power stations. Under the biggest reforms to the energy market in decades, households and businesses will have to pay £7.6billion a year towards ... Full story

David Cameron supports jailed SAS soldier Sgt Danny Nightingale

David Cameron supports jailed SAS soldier Sgt Danny Nightingale
David Cameron has thrown his weight behind an SAS sergeant jailed for possessing an illegal firearm, hours after the Government said it could not intervene in the case. After Dominic Grieve, the Attorney General, said on Tuesday that he could not get involved in the case of Sgt Danny Nightingale, No 10 said the Prime Minister had ... Full story

MPs’ expenses: top Tory in secret deal

MPs' expenses: top Tory in secret deal
A senior Conservative MP investigating Britain’s social care system secretly arranged for the owners of a chain of nursing homes to buy his London flat – which he now rents back at taxpayers’ expense, The Daily Telegraph can disclose. Stephen Dorrell, the former health secretary who now chairs the House of Commons health committee, made a ... Full story

End of the right to challenge planning rulings

End of the right to challenge planning rulings
Residents' rights to mount legal challenges to controversial development projects will be severely restricted, David Cameron will announce. The Prime Minister will put reforms of the planning system at the heart of a drive to place the public sector on a “war footing”. The pursuit of economic growth will now come before all other concerns, just as ... Full story
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Fears for democracy as low turnout for new police bosses prompts inquiry

Fears for democracy as low turnout for new police bosses prompts inquiry
The electoral watchdog has announced an in-depth inquiry into the record low turnout for the police and crime commissioner elections. Just one in six voters took part in the ballot to appoint new overseers for 41 forces around the country. The response was a “concern for democracy”, the Electoral Commission said. It questioned the way the Home ... Full story
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Barack Obama wins election for second term as president

Barack Obama wins election for second term as president
President Barack Obama handily defeated Gov. Mitt Romney and won himself a second term on Tuesday after a bitter and historically expensive race that was primarily fought in just a handful of battleground states. Obama beat Romney after nabbing almost every one of the 12 crucial battleground states. The Romney campaign's last-ditch attempt to put ... Full story

The fourth World Twenty20 set to start in Sri Lanka

The fourth World Twenty20 set to start in Sri Lanka
The fourth ICC World Twenty20 begins on Tuesday when the hosts Sri Lanka take on Zimbabwe in Hambantota (15:00 BST). Twelve teams start the tournament with the top two from each group of four progressing to the Super Eights, and the final being played on 7 October. Defending champions and world number one side England, led by ... Full story

Rape case: Madhur Bhandarkar summoned Nov 14

A Mumbai court Tuesday directed National Award-winning film director Madhur Bhandarkar to appear before it Nov 14 in connection with a 2004 rape case filed by Pretti Jaiin, an upcoming starlet, her lawyer said. "He failed to appear before the court at the scheduled hearing. We don't know where he is. ... Full story

Aline Skaf ‘Sexy’ Photos: Pictures Of Hannibal Gaddafi’s Wife Leaked (NSFW PHOTOS)

Turkish blog JonTurk.com has dug up some photos that allegedly show Aline Skaf, Hannibal Gaddafi's wife, in some, well, nearly not-safe-for-work poses. One of the photos depicts Skaf, who New York Magazine reports used to be a model, posing seductively in a bathing suit. Another photo shows her leaning in to kiss her husband, her bright red ... Full story
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