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Are we about to get proof of aliens? Clinton campaign chief tweets #TheTruthIsOutThere

John Podesta, who ran the unsuccessful election campaign for Hillary Clinton tweeted: "Stay tuned for big announcement tomorrow #TheTruthIsOutThere."

He was referring to the launch of a new project by former Blink 182 frontman Tom DeLonge, involving a series of former senior CIA and ...

2017-10-18 08:21 open_in_new
Strictly Come Dancing: Is Brendan Cole about to QUIT the show after Charlotte Hawkins boot

It's a reputation that he was happy to have. The so-called “bad boy of Strictly” was a pugnacious firebrand with the talent to get away with talking back to the judges when he disagreed with them.

Brendan Cole – the longest serving professional dancer on the top-rated TV ...

2017-10-18 08:21 open_in_new
WATCH: BBC host MOCKS Duchess of Cambridge’s due date as 'lack of news' live on air

Simon McCoy looked completely disinterested as he poked fun at the ‘news’ from Kensington Palace and jokingly told viewers to “clear their diaries”.

Kate Middleton is due to give birth in April.

Speaking on BBC News today, McCoy said: “Their royal ...

2017-10-18 08:21 open_in_new
Catalonia crisis: Spain SLASHES economic growth forecasts over ‘uncertain’ independence

The country has curbed economic expectations in a budget plan sent to Brussels, downgrading predictions from 2.6 per cent to 2.3 per cent growth.

The Mediterranean nation claims Catalonia is a destabilising factor for Spain’s economy in the plan.

Spain’s government says ...

2017-10-18 08:21 open_in_new
Bali volcano update: Mount Sinabung spews thick smoke as eruption fears grow for Agung

White steam rose hundreds of metres out of the Mount Sinabung’s peak earlier today as locals looked on, taking pictures.

It has become a regular occurrence for the volcano in Karo, Indonesia, which began erupting in 2010 after lying dormant for four centuries.

Since then ...

2017-10-18 08:21 open_in_new
Storm Ophelia causes tsunami of FOAM to engulf entire UK town

High winds battered Lancashire, whipping up waves of surf from the sea and sending them over the whole town of Cleveleys.

Residents were stunned to see the thick froth covering everything in sight from cars and roads to entire buildings.

Motorists struggled to make their way along ...

2017-10-18 08:21 open_in_new
Brigitte Macron says Harvey Weinstein sex scandal was ‘blessing in disguise’

She said: “I’m very happy to see that women who have been sexually harassed or assaulted are speaking up and sharing their stories. Maybe (the sex scandal) was a blessing in disguise.

“All I can say is this: enough! Women have realised that they have the power and freedom ...

2017-10-18 08:21 open_in_new
Hammond humiliated as think tank that advises the Treasury likens Brexit to 'the BLITZ'

A report from the Organisation for Economic Co-Operation and Development claimed that a second national poll overturning last year's Leave vote would have a "positive" and significant" impact on UK growth.

And Angel Gurria, OECD general-secretary, compared the experience of leaving the ...

2017-10-18 08:21 open_in_new
Black Death plague latest: Madagascar struggles to contain harrowing plague outbreak

At least 57 people have been killed and more than 600 infected in Madagascar as a plague outbreak spreads.

In a report on France 24, footage shows firefighters killing rats whose fleas carry the plague. 

But hygiene is proving a problem in the country due to ...

2017-10-18 08:21 open_in_new
Anti-ageing diet: The THREE vegetables to combat dementia, wrinkles and arthritis REVEALED

While many aspects of ageing might seem inevitable, eating well could help you live longer, look younger and feel better in older age.

Vegetables are a crucial part of any diet because they are rich in vitamins and minerals.

Eating a wide range has been found to reduce risk of many ...

2017-10-18 08:21 open_in_new
Parsons Green stabbing: 20-year-old Omid Saidy named as victim

Omid Saidy was brutally stabbed at the end of rush hour on Monday evening after confronting a drug dealer and one other man.

Witnesses said he screamed for help as he lay dying in the road outside Parsons Green station following the brutal attack.

He died at the scene in front of ...

2017-10-18 08:21 open_in_new
North Korea Channel 4 drama AXED as TV company hacked in CYBER ATTACK

Opposite Number had been billed as a “bold and provocative” piece of TV, but has had to be pulled following the cyber attack.

The programme was due to be penned by Bridge of Spies writer and followed a British nuclear scientist taken prisoner by the tyrannical ...

2017-10-18 08:21 open_in_new
Trump's NAFTA demands REJECTED: Talks stall as Mexico and Canada refuse deal

The Canadian and Mexican ministers railed against aggressive US demands that would help boost US trade but diminish their own markets.

But despite the widespread disagreements at the talks in Washington, both Canada and Mexico vowed to keep negotiating to avoid an en impasse.

The ...

2017-10-18 08:21 open_in_new
Financial analyst 'Dr Doom' claims US is great because it's run by WHITE people

Marc Faber, also known as “Dr Doom”, launched a racially charged attack in his latest newsletter when he discussed racial conflict in America.

He wrote: “And thank God white people populated America, and not the blacks. 

“Otherwise, the US would look like ...

2017-10-18 08:21 open_in_new
Modest mechanic saves biker from bleeding to death after arriving at scene of horror crash

Tam Grehan, 48, came across the smash in Perthshire and leaped into action, applying pressure to the man’s injuries to stem the flow of blood.

He was driving on the A93 near the Mains of Mause cottage in Blairgowrie when he spotted a biker being dragged off the road by another ...

2017-10-18 08:21 open_in_new
North Korea 'won't survive a YEAR' Crippling sanctions could KILL citizens

Ri Jong-ho, a North Korean defector who previously ran an international network of North Korean businesses, claims the current sanctions could devastate the hermit dictatorship.

He told crowds at an Asia Society event in New York: “The sanctions that the White House has imposed on ...

2017-10-18 08:21 open_in_new
Jail for smirking murderer who committed 39 other crimes while on bail

Arrogant Robert Letham smirked yesterday as he was jailed for a minimum of 22 years for the fatal attack on Steven Russell in Glasgow.

However, before he was sentenced, the 32-year-old’s appalling criminal record was revealed to the jury at the High Court in Glasgow.

Judge Lady ...

2017-10-18 08:21 open_in_new
SOCIAL CARE CRISIS: Keeping active in later years could help OAPS live more independently

Experts claim a “concerted effort” to encourage pensioners to exercise will enable them to live more independently and reduce the need for social care. 

Writing in The British Medical Journal, they point out that the total cost of social care - including local authority, ...

2017-10-18 08:21 open_in_new
Merkel must go! Calls for German Chancellor to be ousted just weeks after election

The WerteUnion, a nationwide federation of Conservatives blasted the German leader for disregarding the will of the people and pressing ahead with her own agenda.

In a strongly worded statement it accused Mrs Merkel of trying to change the Christian country’s roots and urged her to ...

2017-10-18 08:21 open_in_new
'They’re fantasies!' David Davis slams Lib Dem MP for scaremongering over Brexit

The Brexit Secretary said Tom Brake was picking out “fantasies” as he tried to discredit the Brexit process.

Speaking during a Brexit debate in the House of Commons, Mr Brake said quitting the Brussels bloc meant European Union citizens lives would be ...

2017-10-18 08:21 open_in_new
Border control: Soldiers to patrol UK borders in ‘last resort' if no Brexit deal reached

Philip Rutnam, the Home Office permanent secretary, was quizzed on whether the UK had adequate control of its borders if Brexit negotiations flop.

Yvette Cooper, Chair of the Home Affairs Select Committee asked whether the UK could end up relying on the armed forces to provide border ...

2017-10-18 08:21 open_in_new