Ed Miliband Says He 'Can't Recall' If He Cried After Losing The General Election 2015

Ed Miliband said he could not recall if he cried after losing the 2015 general election. Speaking to Eddie Mair on Sunday’s Andrew Marr Show, the former Labour leader said that the days following the loss were “very, very upsetting days”. When asked if he cried following the defeat, Miliband said: “I don’t recall. “It was very upsetting, the days ...

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'We Will Go To War With Spain Over Gibraltar' Warns Ex-Tory Leader Lord Howard

Former Tory leader #LordHoward uses the 35th anniversary of the Falklands conflict to explain why he’s optimistic about Gibraltar #Ridge pic.twitter.com/9m2oBoxdii — SophyRidge On Sunday (@RidgeOnSunday) April 2, 2017 Theresa May would go to war with Spain to “stand by” the people of Gibraltar, former-Tory leader Lord Howard claimed today. The Conservative peer made the comments after the EU insisted ...

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Entangled humpback whale freed again

A humpback whale has been rescued for the second time after becoming entangled in fishing gear off Devon. It was cut free off Blackpool Sands on Saturday afternoon by the British Divers Marine Life Rescue (BDMLR) and the RNLI Salcombe lifeboat crews. Since it was first sighted in Start Bay in February, the whale has drawn visitors from all over ...

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Celtic win Scottish Premiership: Brendan Rodgers' side seal sixth straight title

Celtic have won a sixth consecutive Scottish Premiership title with eight games to spare after thrashing Hearts 5-0 at Tynecastle on Sunday. Brendan Rodgers’ side needed three points against fifth-placed Hearts to be confirmed as champions after Aberdeen hammered Dundee on Friday. And they did so with a hat-trick from Scott Sinclair and goals from Stuart Armstrong and Patrick Roberts. ...

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Andrea Pirlo makes zero effort to help after putting his own goalkeeper under pressure

Andrea Pirlo’s efforts were embarrassing (Getty) Articles about Andrea Pirlo are usually reserved for lavishing him with praise or drooling over his exquisite ability. But the former AC Milan and Juventus maestro showed another, less impressive side of his game yesterday. Thierry Henry slams ‘mediocre’ and ‘below par’ Arsenal players of last decade The Italian now plays for New York ...

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Man jailed for life for choking Pokemon Go fan to death following Facebook row

John Dickson, 27, has been jailed for life for the brutal attack on Carl Gregory on October 4 last year (Picture: National) A gardener who choked a Pokemon Go fan to death following an argument over a Facebook post has been jailed for life. Carl Gregory was killed after a fight with John Dickson, 27, and Christopher Pollard, 20, in a ...

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My journey to Miss Bikini Body: How to keep fit abroad

You love the gym but you’re going on hols. Should you just forget your fitness? (Picture: Deni Kirkova / Celestyal Cruises / Ocean Photo Service) What happens when you go on holiday but want to keep up a fitness regime? This was my challenge when I went on a cruise around Cuba this week with just a few weeks left ...

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Celtic within reach of historic unbeaten season after being crowned Scottish Premiership champions

Celtic thrashed Hearts to win the title (Picture: Getty) Celtic secured the Scottish Premiership with four league games to spar after tearing Hearts to pieces at Tynecastle. Thierry Henry slams ‘mediocre’ and ‘below par’ Arsenal players of last decade Brendan Rodgers side will return to Celtic Park next weekend as champions and a remarkable unbeaten record in their sights. A hat-trick ...

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JK Rowling takes down television game show host for Women’s March ‘vagina hats’ jibe

JK Rowling has owned a critic of the Women’s March on Twitter (Picture: Getty Images) JK Rowling directed her latest Twitter burn towards a US game show host who inadvertently called supporters of the Women’s March a bunch of ‘vagina hats’. Olly Murs tells O2 crowd he’s ‘still broken’ following split 18 months ago Back in February, Chuck Woolery tweeted ...

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Cheese made out of wine exists and here’s why you should eat it in Piedmont

‘You can knock at any door and they will feed you,’ a local tells me about about Piedmont, Italy’s second-largest region. They couldn’t have been more right. I could barely get through any doors before being presented with a banquet of the finest local cheese, wine and meat. Piedmont is surrounded on three sides by the alps and its name is fittingly ...

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