Anti-apartheid campaigner Winnie Mandela dies, aged 81

Winnie Madikizela-Mandela, who was married to the late Nelson Mandela, has died after a long illness, her family confirm. 19:13, UK, Monday 02 April 2018 Winnie and Nelson Mandela on his release from prison The South African anti-apartheid campaigner Winnie Madikizela-Mandela has died, aged 81, her personal assistant confirmed. Her family said she died "peacefully"…

The Chase’s ‘Dark Destroyer’ signs book deal

ITV 1 The Chase’s Shaun Wallace, aka The Dark Destroyer, has signed a book deal with Cranthorpe Millner Publishers for his autobiography, Chasing the Dream. Wallace's autobiography will touch on his journey and many years of hard work, determination and will serve as an inspiration to anyone who has known the pain and hardship of…

SnapChat shares plummet after Rihanna’s Domestic Violence Backlash.

  2018 is proving to be a tough year for the social media app SnapChat, whose shares took a direct hit, after Kylie Jenner tweeted about no longer using the platform, last month. The app’s recent update also proved to be unpopular and resulted in a mini uproar from users, around its new layout and…

Leon Briggs death: No charge for Bedfordshire Police officer

There is no "realistic prospect" of convicting one Bedfordshire Police officer following the death of a man in custody, the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) said. Leon Briggs, 39, died in hospital on 4 November 2013 after becoming ill at Luton police station. However, the CPS is still considering charges against four other officers and a…

Meet Pauline Pearce, London riot hero turned Mayoral candidate

Pauline Pearce, Hackney Liberal Democrat’s mayoral candidate, who rose to fame for single-handedly fighting off looters during the London riots. “One thing you learn with Pauline – you always run on her time.” These are the words of Ben Mathias, chair and campaign manager for Hackney Liberal Democrats, who eagerly makes small talk during our…
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