Tunisia attack: Families want 'neglect' inquest verdict

The deaths of 30 Britons killed in the Tunisia resort attack could have been prevented had a tour operator not acted with “neglect”, an inquest has heard. TUI has been accused of failing to vet security at the hotel where a gunman opened fire in Sousse, killing 38. Andrew Ritchie QC said the families of those who had died wanted ...

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19 Celebs Who Really Had It Large At The Brit Awards After Parties

While the 2017 Brit Awards may have drew to a close with Robbie Williams performance in celebration of his Icon award, the night was still very young for the list of famous attendees, who partied long into the wee hours. Every year, the three main record labels Sony, Universal and Warner host lavish bashes at some exclusive locations across London, as they ...

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OK, Here's What Was Going On During The 1975's Brit Awards Performance

The 1975 made their debut on the Brit Awards stage during this year’s ceremony, performing their single ‘The Sound’, which was interspersed with some rather unkind comments about them. While they performed their track at London’s O2 Arena, the broadcast was interrupted half-way through with messages including “this band thinks it has a charismatic singer… they are mistaken”, “totally lacking ...

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Images of on-the-run killer Shaun Walmsley's escape released

CCTV images of the moment a convicted murderer escaped during a hospital visit have been released by police. Shaun Walmsley, 28, was getting into a cab with prison officers when was sprung from custody by two armed men. The getaway car had lain in wait in a road near Liverpool’s Aintree University Hospital, police said. A number of people in ...

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Games Inbox: Horizon Zero Dawn story, Sniper Elite 4 improvement, and Resident Evil 7 VR

Horizon Zero Dawn – not a good story, but not a bad one either The evening Inbox imagines a Sleeping Dogs sequel starring Bruce Lee and Jackie Chan, as one reader celebrates Hitman: Absolution on Xbox One. To join in with the discussions yourself email gamecentral@ukmetro.co.uk Not bad I somehow missed all the previews and hadn’t really paid much attention ...

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Chelsea boss Antonio Conte reveals help from Blues hero Carlo Cudicini

Antonio Conte is grateful for Carlo Cudicini’s English tips (Picture: Getty) Chelsea manager Antonio Conte has revealed how former Blues goalkeeper Carlo Cudicini is helping him improve his English and get his message across at Stamford Bridge. Six reasons why Southampton can shock Manchester United The Italian tactician moved to England for the first time when he took the Chelsea ...

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Plans could see the US become part of Commonwealth

Plans could see the USA become an associate member of the Commonwealth (Picture: PIXEL8000) For critics who say the UK has seemed a little too keen to jump into bed with Donald Trump, there may be bad news on the horizon. Plans are supposedly in place for the United States to become an ‘associate member’ of the Commonwealth. Pope suggests ‘it’s better ...

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Nadiya Hussain has a cooking show coming this summer and it’s already making us hungry

Nadiya Hussain has revealed she is getting her very own cooking show and foodies around the world can rejoice. Taboo – when is the finale of the BBC’s drama with Tom Hardy and what could happen? The 2015 Great British Bake Off winner’s show will be heading to our screens in the summer in an eight-part series on BBC Two. ...

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Pope suggests ‘it’s better to be an atheist than a hypocritical catholic’

Pope Francis spoke at a sermon today (Picture: Grzegorz Galazka/SIPA/REX/Shutterstock) Pope Francis has seemed to suggest it is better to be an atheist than one of ‘many’ Catholics who he said lead a hypocritical double life. During a speech delivered earlier today in Rome, the head of the 1.2 billion-member Roman Catholic Church delivered another criticism of some members. Flight ...

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Tesco stops men purchasing £200 worth of food for the homeless

They were buying £200 worth of food for the homeless (Picture: Facebook/Michael Taub) Two men say Tesco stopped them buying food for homeless people – because they were buying ‘too much’. Stephen Peter Chamberlain, 70, told Metro.co.uk that he and Jewish faith leader Michael Taub were told not to buy £200 of tinned food for food parcels to give to the ...

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