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John Boyega was told to put love before fame when on cusp of stardom

John Boyega was told to put love before fame when on cusp of stardom

He was told to lock down a relationship before he became a star.

1:04pm Friday 28 April 2017

You have to see Carol Kirkwood and the BBC Breakfast presenters dancing to Bananarama

You have to see Carol Kirkwood and the BBC Breakfast presenters dancing to Bananarama

The presenters were super excited about the pop trio’s visit to the studio.

1:04pm Friday 28 April 2017

UN human rights office hits out at ‘rushed’ Arkansas executions

UN human rights office hits out at ‘rushed’ Arkansas executions

Officials said the apparent rush “adds to the arbitrariness and cruelty of the whole process”.

1:03pm Friday 28 April 2017

MPs hear from the Uplands in Houses of Parliament

MPs hear from the Uplands in Houses of Parliament

The National Farmers Union Uplands Forum had the chance to impress upon MPs the importance of farming.

1:02pm Friday 28 April 2017

MPs hear from the Uplands in Houses of Parliament

MPs hear from the Uplands in Houses of Parliament

The National Farmers Union Uplands Forum had the chance to impress upon MPs the importance of farming.

1:02pm Friday 28 April 2017

FIFA suspends Asian football boss after he pleads guilty to taking bribes

FIFA suspends Asian football boss after he pleads guilty to taking bribes

Guam Football Association president Richard Lai is a former member of the AFC’s executive committee.

12:51pm Friday 28 April 2017

Taunton couple take on Vauxhall over car fires - and win

Jo and Dan Hunt.

TENACITY paid off for a Taunton couple who took on the might of car manufacturer Vauxhall and won.

12:51pm Friday 28 April 2017

Macedonia president calls crisis meeting after protesters invade parliament

Macedonia president calls crisis meeting after protesters invade parliament

Police said 77 people, including opposition Social Democrat leader Zoran Zaev and 22 police, were injured in the overnight riot.

12:51pm Friday 28 April 2017

Smash ends in mash as trailer overturns covering the A30 in potatoes

The A30 east from Hayle to Camborne was closed yesterday due to an overturned trailer. Credit to Camborne, Pool and Redruth Police

The A30 eastbound from Hayle to Camborne had to be closed yesterday, after a trailer overturned spilling potatoes all over the road.

12:45pm Friday 28 April 2017

Rarely seen Jane Austen portrait on show to mark 200 years since writer’s death

Rarely seen Jane Austen portrait on show to mark 200 years since writer’s death

The watercolour was commissioned by the Pride And Prejudice novelist’s nephew in 1869.

12:43pm Friday 28 April 2017
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