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James 'Arg' Argent returns to The Jump after Linford Christie injury and jokingly asks viewers to pray for him

James 'Arg' Argent returns to The Jump after Linford Christie injury and jokingly asks viewers to pray for him

Channel 4 has said this year’s events on The Jump have been designed to be “no more difficult than in previous years”.

12:41am Friday 12 February 2016

Kanye West's new album The Life Of Pablo gets a resounding thumbs up on Twitter

Kanye West's new album The Life Of Pablo gets a resounding thumbs up on Twitter

Kanye West’s star-studded listening party event in New York featured celebrities including supermodel Naomi Campbell and the Kardashians.

12:31am Friday 12 February 2016

World powers agree Syria ceasefire within a week

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An agreement to begin a ceasefire in Syria within a week is an "important step" to ending the civil war in the country, Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond has said.

12:21am Friday 12 February 2016

James 'Arg' Argent returns to The Jump after Linford Christie injury

The Only Way Is Essex star has been confirmed as the replacement for Olympic gold-winning medallist Linford Christie

James "Arg" Argent is returning to Channel 4's The Jump on Sunday, despite previously becoming the second contestant eliminated from the competition.

12:20am Friday 12 February 2016

Rail franchises may not be value for money due to dwindling interest - MPs

The Department for Transport has been urged to develop an alternative commercial strategy to be used if competition for rail franchises continues to fall

There is "a real risk" that the Government will not get value for money from rail franchises because of "dwindling" interest from operators, an influential group of MPs has warned.

12:20am Friday 12 February 2016

Personal data privacy breaches 'should carry a jail term'

MPs say new European Union data protection laws do not go far enough

Jail terms should be imposed for serious breaches of personal data privacy, MPs said as they warned new European Union protection laws did not go far enough.

12:20am Friday 12 February 2016

Baseline tests on infants should be scrapped, teachers' union says

NUT general secretary Christine Blower said primary school children have "burst into tears with frustration" at the tests because they do not understand what they are supposed to be doing.

Schools should consider refusing to take part in "damaging" new tests for infants, teachers have said.

12:20am Friday 12 February 2016

Youngsters chewing sugar-free gum 'could save NHS £8.2m' in dental treatments

Chewing sugar-free gum can be "extremely effective" in reducing the risk of decay, researchers said

The NHS could save £8.2 million on dental treatments each year if all 12-year-olds chewed sugar-free gum after eating or drinking, a study suggests.

12:20am Friday 12 February 2016

Novelist Frederick Forsyth takes on lyricist role in song for soldiers

Novelist Frederick Forsyth has penned the words to a song performed by Royal Opera House soprano Melissa

Novelist Frederick Forsyth is aiming for success in the music charts after writing the lyrics to a song for soldiers across the world.

12:20am Friday 12 February 2016

Pensioners can expect to live longer than ever, study shows

Pensioners are living longer than ever, according to a sudy

Life expectancy in old age in England has risen to its highest-ever level.

12:20am Friday 12 February 2016
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