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Forbes Figures Reveal Jennifer Lawrence Has Been Toppled As Highest-Paid Actress

New figures have revealed the highest-paid actresses in Hollywood, and Jennifer Lawrence has been toppled from the top spot. According to Forbes, it’s Emma Stone who earned the most in the past 12 months, in a year that’s also seen her bag an Academy Award, a BAFTA and a Golden Globe for her leading performance in ‘La La Land’. Emma ...

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Gary Barlow's Son is The Spitting Image Of His Dad In His Early Take That Days

Gary Barlow left fans seeing double after he shared a snap of him posing with his teenage son. The Take That star posted a pic on Instagram on Wednesday of him with his son Daniel, who was celebrating his 17th birthday. And doesn’t he look the spit of his dad from his early Take That days? Here’s a reminder… Rex ...

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Emma Stone And Andrew Garfield 'Growing Close' Once Again

Emma Stone and Andrew Garfield are thought to have rekindled their romance, after they were seen looking cosy together in London. The two are thought to have begun dating in 2010, while filming ‘The Amazing Spider-Man’ but split up five years later, although the fiercely private pair never addressed the break-up publicly. However, it’s now been suggested that they could ...

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Labour MP Says Her Constituents Are Crying Themselves To Sleep Over Brexit Uncertainty

A Labour MP says some of her constituents are so worried about Brexit they are “literally crying themselves to sleep”. Chi Onwurah claims the government’s failure to set out a proper plan for the UK’s exit from the EU has left both people and businesses in her Newcastle constituency facing huge uncertainty. The former shadow business minister has submitted Parliamentary ...

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Barcelona Van Attack: At Least Two Dead, Several Injured As Vehicle Strikes Las Ramblas

Incident happened around 5pm local time on Las Ramblas, ​​a busy tourist area Authorities have confirmed there is at least 13 people are dead and 50 injured Police in Barcelona have said the deadly van incident is ‘most likely’ a ‘terror attack’ Van crossed central promenade of the Rambla de Canaletas and crashed into a kiosk Police are looking for ...

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14 Stages Of Being Benched When You're Dating

Sorry to break it to you single people, but not only have you got to look out for ghosts and zombies, but you now need to make sure you’re also not being benched when you’re dating. Benching is the romantic equivalent of being kept on the subs-bench in sports, always waiting for your captain to call you up to play, ...

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It's Time To Look At The Alternatives To University

Too many people go to university in this country. This may not be a popular statement, or one which those getting their A-Level results today will want to hear, but it is true nonetheless. Society teaches young people that to be successful you must go to university; that it is the fast track to earning lots of money. This is ...

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Clearing Is An Opportunity, Not A Last Resort

This week is a nerve-wracking time for young people all over the UK. A-level results day will see tens of thousands of sixth form and college students eagerly refreshing the UCAS website and checking their phones to find out whether they’ve made it on to their preferred university place. It’s certainly a memorable experience, and for many, it’s a positive ...

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Barcelona Attack Witnesses Describe Screams And Panic As Van Drives Into People In Las Ramblas Area

Witnesses have described hearing people scream as they ran from the scene in Barcelona where a van crashed into crowds of people. At least 13 people died and 50 were injured when the van crashed on a pavement in the Las Ramblas area,a broad, long street of stalls and shops, on Thursday afternoon. Police are treating it as a terror ...

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The Challenges Faced By A Prison Psychiatrist

There has been a plethora of recent media attention about mentally unwell people in prison (stoked, sadly, by some tragic suicides). Tempers have been flaring with a lot of anger from the dark depths of the internet. I can understand the anger; it’s a reasonable response to seeing the vulnerable suffer and be discriminated against. Psychiatric patients who have been ...

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