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Emily Ratajkowski, 26, poses in tiny bikinis from her own swimwear range

EMILY Ratajkowski shows off a itsy bitsy teenie weenie polkadot bikini from her new range. The model, 26, is certainly no stranger to posing in swimwear and now she’s turned it into a full-blown business venture. Newly-married Emily posed in the white a

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Watchdog warned Facebook its data was at risk years before details of 50million users harvested by Cambridge Analytica

FACEBOOK chiefs were ordered by a European regulator to take data protection more seriously in 2011, it was claimed last night. The Irish Data Protection Commissioner – Facebook’s biggest non-US regulator – told the tech giant to be more


Stars of new Sherlock Holmes film in talks to wear Conan Doyle tartan

The stars of an upcoming Sherlock Holmes film are in talks to wear a new tartan dedicated to the iconic detective on the red carpet, it has emerged.


Migrant staff shortfall blamed on Brexit worries

Scotland's farming industry suffered a shortfall last year amid concern over Brexit.

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Government should stop trying to get more parents to return to work, say MPs

Treasury has made little effort to calculate the economic impact of free childcare, select committee says


Mothers to get 'dedicated midwife' throughout pregnancy and birth

Women will be entitled to see the same midwife throughout their pregnancy, labour and birth in a bid to cut down on maternity deaths, Jeremy Hunt has pledged.


Archers' star says controversial editor chose to ditch tradition of 'voice matching' replacement actors

When Pip and Tom from The Archer's eponymous family were recast in 2014, fans were outraged that the new actors sounded different.


Black market betting fuels 'terrifying' surge in illegal hare coursing

Tens of thousands of pounds is being gambled on illegal hare coursing events being live-streamed across the country via mobile phones, police have said.


BBC bows to pressure over the ‘silence of the bongs’ and agrees to celebrate bells around the UK

The BBC has bowed to pressure from ministers who complained about the silencing of Big Ben and agreed to a series of programmes to “celebrate bells around the UK”.


'Black Panther' Surpasses 'The Avengers,' Setting A New Standard For Superhero Films

Like 'Spider-Man,' 'The Dark Knight' and 'The Avengers' before it, 'Black Panther' has redefined what a superhero movie can be while also becoming an unprecedented box office smash.


Business's 'Kumbaya' promises show how weak the need for company tax cuts is | Greg Jericho

Companies say they need tax cut to hire more people, but government boasts of record employment growth, and non-mining investment is up 10%There is little sadder than watching business groups and companies attempt to lobby in public by promising that they


Property and construction bosses call on the Government to improve green energy standards

Property chiefs including the bosses of Heathrow, British Land and the Crown Estate have written to the Government urging it to strengthen green energy requirements for new buildings if the UK is to hit global warming goals.

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