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Premiere: Post War Glamour Girls - 'Felonius Punk'

Premiere: Post War Glamour Girls - 'Felonius Punk'

Much more than a delicious pun... *Post War Glamour Girls* aren't hanging around. The band's second album 'Feeling Strange' is incoming, hot on the heels of debut full length 'Pink Fur'. Ahead..
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Woman who tests sex toys for Ann Summers reveals why she has the best job in the worldMailOnline 29 minutes ago

Woman who tests sex toys for Ann Summers reveals why she has the best job in the world

Karleen Howden, 30 from Bexley, Greater London, trials new products for Ann Summers. She has recruited other testers including her mother Elaine, 53, and her five sisters.
London24 39 minutes ago

VIDEO: Adorable baby sloth has cuddly toy for a mum

A baby two-toed sloth is being hand-reared by keepers at ZSL London Zoo - and the pictures and video of him cuddling with his teddy-bear surrogate mum are almost too cute to bear.
Harlequins sign back row LuamanuBBC Local News 45 minutes ago

Harlequins sign back row Luamanu

BBC Local News: London -- Premiership side Harlequins sign New Zealand-born back row Mathew Luamanu from Benetton Treviso.
Charges over Spanish bungee deathBBC Local News 50 minutes ago

Charges over Spanish bungee death

BBC Local News: London -- Two people are charged with manslaughter after a woman died while bungee jumping in Spain.
Reuters 51 minutes ago

Zaldivar mine deal hits Antofagasta shares, bodes well for Anglo

LONDON, July 31 (Reuters) - Barrick Gold Corp's sale of half of its Zaldivar copper mine in Chile to Antofagasta for what analysts say is a pricey $1 billion hit Antofagasta's shares on Friday, but...
BBC Local News 1 hour ago

Chelsea Ladies v Notts County Ladies

BBC Local News: London -- Preview followed by live coverage of Saturday's FA Women's Cup final between Chelsea Ladies and Notts County Ladies.
Reuters 1 hour ago

Vaccine success holds hope for end to deadly scourge of Ebola

LONDON (Reuters) - The world is for the first time on the verge of being able to protect humans against Ebola, the World Health Organization (WHO) said on Friday, as data from a trial in Guinea showed..

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