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Film is dead, long live TV

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By Simon Farnsworth It’s an industry that prides itself on creativity. It’s supposed to inspire, thrill and stir the deepest emotions within the audience yet all the evidence in today’s industry points to the creative death of the film industry. When we look back upon this age of cinema, how will it be viewed? Will […]

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The importance of the British Monarchy

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By Jake Tudge The recent Diamond Jubilee celebrations have left many of us questioning whether there are still advantages in having a Monarchy. Many also question what exactly the Monarchies role is in today’s society. HM Queen Elizabeth II acts as the figurehead for the United Kingdom and the Commonwealth as well as being an ambassador […]

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The intricate excellence of Prometheus

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By Max Lalanne, film critic Following the sad death of the legendary sci-fi author-poet Ray Bradbury just last Wednesday, I subconsciously entered the theatre for Prometheus with different expectations than most, or so I thought. What I wanted to see was a sort of  21st-century visual embodiment of Bradbury’s The Martian Chronicles collection of short stories. […]

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Violent scenes inside Wroclaw stadium as stewards savagely attacked (VIDEO)

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By Simon Farnsworth Euro 2012 witnessed violent scenes yesterday as Russian supporters attacked a group of stewards in the Wroclaw stadium following their  4-1 win over the Czech Republic. The video shows a large group of fans, as they are leaving the stadium, savagely attack a group of stewards. No police turned up to stop the […]

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Euro 2012 team guide: Group C

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World News Today continues its preview to Euro 2012 with a look at Group C which contains defending champions and world number one, Spain as well as Italy, Croatia and the Republic of Ireland. Be sure to subscribe to our email updates to get the latest Euro 2012 news delivered straight to your inbox. Click the FOLLOW icon hovering […]

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Spain denies needing money to bail out its banks

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By Dave Burridge, Economic Editor Rumours have been rife today that Spain would ask for funds to bailout it’s flailing banking sector. Spain has, however, denied these claims but has not ruled out the possibility in the future. Spanish shares rose slightly upon the news. The rumours spread as Spanish banks are finding it incredibly […]

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Euro 2012 team guide: Group B

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World News Today continues its preview to Euro 2012 with a look at Group B or as it is more commonly known: The Group of Death. Consisting of Denmark, Germany, Holland and Portugal, Group B looks like being a classic. Be sure to subscribe to our email updates to get the latest Euro 2012 news […]

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Euro 2012 team guide: Group A

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With Euro 2012 just three days away, World News Today gives you the run down of the runners and riders in this summers first major sporting event. Today, we look at Group A which is made up of the Czech Republic, Greece, Poland and Russia. Be sure to subscribe to our email updates to get […]

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Nigeria plane crash kills at least 150

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By Simon Farnsworth At least  150 people have died after a passenger jet crashed into a busy suburb of Lagos, Nigeria. The Dana Air Boeing MD-83 crashed into a printing works and residential buildings in the Agege area of the capital before bursting into flames killing all 150 onboard. Government officials have stated that further casualties among residents […]

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PM wrong not to investigate Jeremy Hunt, says Labour

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By Josh Wells Calls for the Culture Secretary, Jeremy Hunt, to resign his ministerial office have been made by Labour politicians after Mr Hunt’s appearance in front of the Leveson Inquiry. Labour claim the Cabinet Minister broke ministerial code in his handling of News Corporation’s bid to take control of BskyB. The question then arises: who decides […]

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