Britons could need VISAS to travel to France if the UK crashes out of the EU with no deal

Britons could need visas to visit France if the UK does crash out of the EU without a deal. As Theresa May arrived in Brussels for a crunch summit, the French government ramped up its preparations for a no-deal Brexit and said Britons would become ‘nationals of third parties’ and would probably need travel permits to visit. Angela Merkel also warned last night that Germany was making contingency plans, raising questions about the future of tens of thousands of Britons currently living there. Theresa May (pictured in Brussels tonight) and…

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Students run for their lives as gunman opens fire in videos from inside Crimean massacre college

Harrowing footage has emerged of pupils running for their lives as a gunman opened fire in a massacre that left 20 dead and 68 injured at a school in Crimea. Terrified students could be heard screaming amid blasts from a shotgun in videos captured during the rampage yesterday at Kerch Polytechnic College. Amid scenes of panic and confusion, youngsters sprinted past bodies sprawled on the ground while others made desperate attempts to flee down a flight of stairs. Vladislav Roslyakov, 18, stalked his college halls with a shotgun and let…

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May faces storm over ‘mad’ plan for UK to stay lashed to EU for ANOTHER year

Theresa May is facing Tory calls to quit today amid claims she could keep Britain lashed to the bloc for another year to ease the Irish border standoff. Arriving for the second day of a fraught EU summit this morning, the PM admitted she is looking at options for any ‘gap’ between the end of the current mooted transition period in 2020 and a trade arrangements coming into effect. But she insisted she did not ‘expect’ that there would be a gap and suggested it would last ‘a matter of…

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A 12-year-old was slashed in the face with a knife in a random attack in Kingston, Queensland

A young girl has been slashed in the face 20 times with a box cutter knife after a teenage stranger wearing a high-vis attacked her in a random knifing. Police allege that a man not known to the girl attacked the 12-year-old while she was walking to school through a pedestrian tunnel off Princess Street, Kingston, a suburb of Logan City in Queensland at 7.40am. Detective Acting Inspector Grant Ralston told the ABC the attack was random and unprovoked. ‘The young girl is very brave,’ he said. Police allege that…

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Virgin Australia plane is forced to make an emergency landing

A Virgin Australia flight from Perth to Brisbane has been forced to make an emergency landing in Brisbane after passengers noticed a burning smell in the cabin. Flight VA465 flight left Perth Airport at 7am Thursday but shortly after take off a passenger alerted crews to a distinct electrical burning smell in the cabin.  At about three hours into the journey the captain advised passengers of an electrical issue and announced the flight would need to land prematurely in Adelaide, WA Today reported. A Virgin Australia flight from Perth to Brisbane has…

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Liberal Party branch member in Wentworth David Flint describes former PM Malcolm Turnbull as selfish

An influential member of the Liberal Party in Malcolm Turnbull‘s old electorate has slammed the former Prime Minister for ‘selfishly’ sparking a by-election and then refusing to campaign. Emeritus Professor David Flint, who has been a party member since 1999 and belongs to the Rose Bay branch, accused Mr Turnbull of disregarding taxpayers and his party, two days out from the Wentworth poll in Sydney’s eastern suburbs. ‘This is really the mother of all dummy spits,’ he told Daily Mail Australia on Thursday. ‘It would be reasonable for people to…

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Monster storm barrels towards Sydney threatening lightning, flash floods and commuter chaos

A severe thunderstorm created widespread chaos across Sydney and other New South Wales regions on Thursday afternoon. The Bureau of Meterology issued a severe thunderstorm warning for the Sydney metropolitan area and parts of NSW Mid North Coast, Hunter and Illawarra districts. A similar warning was later issued for Gosford and Terrigal on the NSW Central Coast. A severe thunderstorm created widespread chaos across Sydney on Thursday afternoon ‘Heavy rainfall that may lead to flash flooding is likely in these storms,’ the bureau tweeted.  Around 6,000 lightning strikes were detected…

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Banksy suggests he planned to shred entire Girl With Balloon artwork

Banksy has suggested a £1million painting which was partially shredded immediately after it was sold at auction was supposed to have been cut up completely. The secretive street artist posted a video to his website which showed how the prank unfolded in what he called a ‘director’s cut’. It showed the moment his Girl With Balloon was bought for £1.04 million by a European art collector at a Sotheby’s sale on October 5. But almost as soon as the hammer falls, the canvas passes through a secret shredder hidden in…

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Hindu temple is attacked by vandals who light fires and smash more than 30 statutes of gods.

A Hindu temple has been attacked by vandals who lit fires, destroyed furniture and smashed more than 30 sacred statues of gods on Sunday night. Barathiye Mandir Temple, in Western Sydney’s Regents Park, is still reeling from the incident which destroyed sacred statutes, leaving worshippers struggling to understand the motive behind the attack. Head priest Pundit Para Maharaj told SBS ‘we never expected anything like this to happen in Australia’ and are in a ‘state of shock.’ Barathiye Mandir Temple, in Western Sydney’s Regents Park, is still reeling from the…

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