‘Britain’s strictest head teacher’ moves abroad as she slams parents

Britain’s strictest head teacher who sent home 20 girls in one day for ‘thigh-flashing’ short skirts moves abroad as she slams the aggressive foul-mouthed parents who have doomed their children to failure Alison Colwell is leaving her position at Ebbsfleet Academy in Swanscombe She previously caused controversy by sending home girls with ‘short skirts’  Colwell called on Damian Hinds, the education secretary, […]

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New book honours Britain’s animal war heroes

From the Alsatian who dragged his drowning handler to safety to the pigeon that saved a bomber crew, new book honours Britain’s animal war heroes Stories of 71 animals to have received the pet equivalent of Victoria Cross have been revealed in a new book They include an Alsatian which dragged its drowning handler to safety under machine gun fire […]

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Britain's Got Talent magician X is the 'spookiest' act the show's ever seen – but how did he pull off THAT trick and were Ant and Dec in on it?

BRITAIN'S Got Talent returns tonight with another stream of talented contestants vying for one of the judges' to press their Golden Buzzer. One of the acts hoping to wow the judges and make it through to the semi-finals is a magician known simply as X, who get hosts Ant and Dec involved. How did magician X perform the trick? The […]

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Britain's Got Talent is officially the most watched TV show of 2019

Britain’s Got Talent has been named as the most watched television show of 2019 so far. The ITV talent series returned to the small screen on Saturday night with Ant McPartlin making his comeback after taking a backseat from the spotlight following his drink-driving arrest and spending time in rehab. It was an epic episode too and viewers were left […]

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Britain’s £1.3bn cyber security programme might fail to meet its aims, financial watchdogs warn

BRITAIN’S £1.3billion cyber security programme might fail to meet its aims, financial watchdogs warned yesterday. They identified shortcomings in deciding how much money the five-year Government initiative needed before its launch in 2016. This has led to concern about how computer attacks will be tackled after 2021, partly because proper funding has not been assessed, said the National Audit Office. […]

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Britain’s biggest ever warship is fitted with three Phalanx weapons

Big guns are out for Big Lizzie: Britain’s biggest ever warship is fitted with three Phalanx weapons that fire 4,500 rounds-a-minute as ‘last chance’ defence Phalanx Close-In Weapons System features Gatling cannon, search and track radar and an infrared camera  The system is capable of search, detection, threat evaluation, tracking, engagement and kill assessment  The rapid-fire, computer-controlled, radar-guided gun can […]

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'Britain's worst wedding photographers' get 200 complaints from unhappy couples over blurred photos and no shows

Newlyweds are fuming after their day was ruined by the alleged snidey snappers Darren and Adele McDonagh. Couples were forced to turn to guests’ snaps and ‘Selfies’ to salvage memories of tying the knot. When their official pics did arrive they were blurred, focused on grooms’ bottoms rather than the brides’ faces and took months to develop. Police and Action […]

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Inside one of Britain’s first egg freezing parties

Inside one of Britain’s first egg freezing parties: Over coffee and biscuits, thirty-something women are told they can future-proof their fertility for a £9,500 fee It’s an awkward ride in the lift up to the second floor of a nondescript building just minutes from London Bridge. At the door, the hosts do their best to put their guests at ease. […]

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