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New film classifications react to changing view on sexual violence

Film classifications are due to be overhauled to reflect a media world that has "changed beyond all recognition".The news comes following research by the British Board of Film Classification (BBFC) that found people's views...

Ant McPartlin set to return to Britain’s Got Talent this week

Ant McPartlin is set to return to work this week as Britain's Got Talent auditions get under way. The TV presenter has been out of the spotlight for several months following his arrest for drink-driving...

Cut down on red meat to save the planet and reduce premature deaths, experts...

Meat consumption needs to be reduced to just 7g a day in order to save the planet and reduce premature deaths, according to experts. To protect the well-being of future generations, there needs to be...

Cardi B for president? Rapper rips into Donald Trump over ‘crazy’ government shutdown

Rapper Cardi B has ripped into Donald Trump over his prolonged government shutdown, saying the US had become a "hellhole" and that she was "scared" for her country. The 26-year-old - one of the world's...

‘Celtic curse’: Common medical condition linked to high risk of serious disease, research reveals

Scientists have revealed that the western world's most common genetic disorder is much more dangerous than previously thought. Haemochromatosis, a medical condition caused by an overload of iron in the body, may cause high levels...

Snoop Dogg invests in £2bn Swedish fintech company

US rapper Snoop Dogg has bought a stake in financial technology company Klarna Bank. The Swedish start-up, which was valued at $2.5bn (£2bn) in 2015, confirmed reports of the investment but would not comment on...

No-confidence vote: Did your MP support May’s government? Find out here

Theresa May has survived a bid to bring down her government - securing a narrow victory of 325 votes to 306 votes in Labour's no-confidence motion.She was challenged by Jeremy Corbyn, who sought to...

Facebook removes 364 pages linked to employees of Russian news agency

Facebook has removed 364 pages and accounts linked to employees of Russian news agency Sputnik from its platform. The social network's head of cyber security policy, Nathaniel Gleicher, said in a blog post it had...

New film classifications react to changing view on sexual violence

Film classifications are due to be overhauled to reflect a media world that has "changed beyond all recognition". The news comes following research by the British Board of Film Classification (BBFC) that found people's views...

Diet to save the planet: One bite of sausage a day

Meat consumption needs to be reduced to just 7g a day in order to save the planet and reduce premature deaths, according to experts.To protect the well-being of future generations, there needs to be...

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