'You f*****g Jock c***s!' Englishman launches bizarre X-rated video rant at Scots over plans for second independence referendum

An angry middle-aged man with an English accent has made his feelings plain on Nicola Sturgeon’s plans for IndyRef2 in an expletive-laden video. The bald, red-faced man posted a short vlog to YouTube to reveal his feelings on the subject before it was removed. Sputtering sweary words into a fixed camera, he calls Scots “a complete bunch of f*****g c***s” ...

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Rio Ferdinand names Manchester City's Raheem Sterling the most improved Premier League player this season

Rio Ferdinand has revealed Manchester City’s Raheem Sterling is his tip for this year’s most improved Premier League player. The former Manchester United defender discussed the ability of the forward ahead of the Citizen’s last-16 clash with Monaco. Talking on BT Sport, Ferdinand praised the way in which Sterling has showed the world his true worth this season, under a ...

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Woman retches and writhes on floor as pastor 'rids her of demon' after she made 'pact with the devil'

This was the moment a pastor believes he’s battling with a ‘violent demon’ to rid a woman of an ‘evil spirit’. Her eyes bulging and sweating profusely, the woman is believed to be a member of Apostle Ignacio Avila Santiago’s congregation in Coahuila, Mexico. A video posted to Facebook last week shows a woman in blue who had apparently made ...

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'Loneliest' dog in the kennels – adorable one-eye 'pirate' pooch – is desperately looking for a new home

A one-eyed rottweiler-cross which looks like a “pirate” has been looking for a home for nearly 300 days. Tyson had his eye removed after a cat scratched it and ended up in RSPCA care in May last year. He is nearing his 300-day anniversary at the home in Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, and still needs someone to take him in. Paula Flitney, ...

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Fans of almost EVERY big club want Kylian Mbappe after he shines against Manchester City

If there’s one thing that you can trust football fans on, it is being complete experts on who their club should sign. Never mind where the manager wants to strengthen, or how much money is available to him, if fans have seen a player that they like on the television then they will demand that he’s soon seen in their ...

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Devastated mum of British backpacker murdered in Goa has paid a touching tribute to her daughter

The grieving mother of a British woman murdered in a tourist resort in Goa has spoken of her heartbreak. The body of Danielle McLaughlin, 28, was discovered just hours after she had been at a beach party a few miles away. A petty thief has reportedly confessed to murdering the backpacker found naked in a pool of blood. Indian police ...

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'My dad murdered her mum, but now we're friends': Tragic bond of two women shattered by violence

Sitting outside the cafe in her local park, Liz Killingworth shifted in her seat as she nervously waited for the woman she had not seen since her youth. In the distance, she spotted Amanda Wright smiling as she walked towards her. The two women had both attended the same school , but this wasn’t any normal school reunion. Till this ...

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Springwatch star Kate Humble: I've known since I was 14 that I didn't want to have children

Springwatch host Kate Humble says she knew as a teenager she did not want kids, and likens it to youngsters being aware of their gender or sexuality . The married star, 48, was as a young as 14 when she realised she had no interest in being a mum. And the presenter hates feeling she has to justify the “incredibly ...

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British Airways and Unite union to seek end to pay dispute – ACAS

LONDON British Airways and Britain’s biggest trade union Unite will meet to seek an end to a dispute over the wages of some of its cabin crew staff, industrial dispute conciliator ACAS said on Wednesday. Mixed fleet crew – who fly long and short-haul destinations and make up around 15 percent of the total BA cabin staff – have gone ...

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Britain's Southern rail and drivers' union agree deal

LONDON Train drivers’ union ASLEF has agreed a new deal to end a long-running dispute over train staffing on Britain’s Southern rail, the rail operator’s parent company said on Wednesday. ASLEF members, who rejected a previous deal last month, must now decide whether to accept the latest deal. Strikes over the dispute about whose job it should be to open ...

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