Free doughnuts are being given away next Friday on Shaftesbury Avenue

(Picture: Doughnut Time) Next Friday, it’s gonna be free Doughnut Time. The Australian doughnut ‘sensation’, Doughnut Time, is launching its first-ever overseas store here in little old London. And to celebrate, they’re giving out loads of doughnuts FOR FREE. For two whole hours, you’ll be able to get your hands on classics like Slim Shady (vanilla glaze with M&Ms) and ...

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US marshal traded sex for government parking spaces

The seedy allegations were made against a US marshal and upheld (Picture: SWNS) A US chief deputy marshal traded sex for parking spaces reserved for government workers, according to a Department of Justice (DoJ) report. The man, who has not been named, also had sex with numerous women at his place of work. Man foots £50,000 bill after crashing rented car ...

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Child leukaemia survivor asks newsreader if she’s single live on air

A little girl who survived leukaemia made a TV presenter blush – by asking her if she was single. Erin Cross, seven, received the 2017 WellChild award on Tuesday night for her bravery as she battled cancer. Hammer-wielding killer attacks ‘ex partner’ while her young son watches The ceremony took place at the Royal Lancaster Hotel in London, where she ...

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Roger Federer opens up on when he’ll retire from tennis

Federer is not hanging up his racquet just yet (Picture: Getty) Roger Federer has not set a date for his retirement from tennis but insists he will only continue with his family’s blessing, if his body allows him to, if he’s happy to travel and if he maintains a high level of success. Johanna Konta splits from coach after just ...

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Manchester United interested in FOUR Barcelona starlets playing for Spain at U17 World Cup

Jose Mourinho is keeping a close eye on the FIFA U17 World Cup (Picture: Getty) Manchester United are reportedly very keen on four Barcelona youngsters taking part at the FIFA U17 World Cup with Spain. Radja Nainggolan perfectly highlights Antonio Conte’s problem with Chelsea board Spain have arguably been the standout team at the tournament, beating favourites France 2-1 to ...

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Children 'embarrassed by tipsy parents'

Moderate drinking by parents can have a negative impact on children, causing anxiety and disrupting bedtime routines, a study says. The Institute of Alcohol Studies said parents do not have to regularly drink large amounts around children for them to notice changes in adults’ behaviour. Three in 10 parents said they have been drunk in front of their children and ...

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EU Withdrawal Bill 'won't be debated this month'

The EU Withdrawal Bill may not now be discussed in the House of Commons until after the Autumn recess, sources have told the BBC. The law is designed to transfer EU law into UK law ahead of Brexit. It is facing stiff resistance from some Tory rebels as well as from the opposition parties. One official source said it was ...

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Mark Sampson: FA apologises over remarks to Eniola Aluko & Drew Spence

The FA has apologised to two players after new evidence showed sacked England’s women’s boss Mark Sampson made remarks which were “discriminatory on the grounds of race”. An independent barrister ruled Sampson made unacceptable “ill-judged attempts at humour” on two occasions, to Eniola Aluko and Drew Spence. Katharine Newton said despite this, she did not believe he is racist. She ...

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Half of indefinite term prisoners being recalled to jail

More than half of prisoners freed after serving controversial indeterminate sentences for public protection are being sent back to jail for breaching licence conditions, MPs have been told. Giving the figures in Parliament, Nick Hardwick, chairman of the Parole Board for England and Wales, said the matter had now become a “critical” issue. In the last year, 760 IPP inmates ...

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PMQS: Theresa May 'Breaking Her Promises' On Fire Safety After Grenfell

Theresa May was accused of breaking her post-Grenfell tragedy promises on fire safety funding today as a council has been left to foot an £8.4million bill to fit sprinklers in tower blocks. In the aftermath of the inferno which left at least 80 people dead, the Prime Minister said the Government was “supporting local authorities” and is “making sure that ...

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