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Footage has emerged of flood defences being breached along a stretch of the River Severn that is set to experience record-breaking levels. People in Bewdley, Worcestershire, are not out of the woods yet as more rain is forecast in the coming days, sparking fears of further flooding.
Are video games placing our kids in danger? Are aggressive video games mentally malevolent and placing the young generation at risk for long-term mental health problems? The current research results may surprise you. Why?
There’s no denying that one of the best parts of waking up is downing that fresh cup of coffee. But you know what’s also a great way to start your day? Having morning sex.That’s right — getting busy when you first wake up has all the benefits of drinking coffee and more.
Last year, Haas took on a black and gold color scheme as part of its title partnership with Rich Energy, but that deal fell apart during the season. As a result, the team has reverted to the more traditional livery seen in its first three seasons in F1,
Police believe CIRA planted bomb (Full Story) intended for 'Brexit day' attack Police believe the Continuity IRA (CIRA) was responsible for a bomb found attached to a lorry in County Armagh on Tuesday morning.
New petrol and diesel car sales banned from 2035 as UK brings plan forward. he date has been moved forward by five years and will include hybrid vehicles for the first time after the Tory government was slammed for not acting fast enough.
In the state of Alabama, certain types of sex offenders like paedophiles will now be chemically castrated by law before they are given parole. The legislation was signed into law by Alabama’s governor Kay Ivey,
“A Brotherhood of Spies.” Is a warm spring day, and about five thousand people – an average crowd for a Tuesday afternoon – swarm across the sidewalks and intersections of Times Square. Near Forty-Second Street,
US jet that crashed in Afghanistan was no ordinary spy plane. 430th Expeditionary Electronic Combat Squadron E-11A outfitted with a Battlefield Airborne Communications Node sits on the runway at Kandahar Airfield, Afghanistan, Nov. 16, 2018.
From flag-waving enthusiasm to anger in Scotland, newspapers tell a wide-ranging story about a historic moment for Britain, Poster-style front pages abound this morning as the newspapers mark Britain’s looming departure from the European Union.
CORONAVIRUS has caused more than 2,000 cases worldwide according to recent figures, as it spills out of China and into the rest of the world. Could coronavirus be transmitted through items posted to the UK or other countries?
The UK Fisheries Bill to be laid before parliament would make overfishing legal, a serious setback to the legal obligation to fish sustainably under EU law, warns Oceana.
Should anyone who has been part of their own care proceedings, be allowed to work for Social Services? We can prove that there are Social Workers and managers, currently employed by councils around the UK, who have had their own children taken into care or have been part of their own care proceedings.
A hacker accessed a family's Ring security camera and told their 8-year-old daughter he was Santa Claus. Someone gained access to the Ring security camera of a family and used the speaker feature to harass their 8-year-old daughter
There are a number of ways a hacker can target any of your systems, networks and devices. Here are a few methods that someone intent on hacking you can use to invade your life, business and personal information. Follow the guide lines below to reduce the chances of you becoming a target
For those of us who are old enough to remember, when we had a computer come into our homes as kids. The eighties generation. The generation of people who only had four TV channels on a black and white TV. A telephone with a dial, that was connected to a mechanical network. Computers in our houses, took the form of basic games