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A discussion with former Foxes frontman Nigel Thomas Special

The indie rocker recently released his debut solo single, "Fever," a song that has already generated a very positive response from fans and critics alike. Digital Journal caught up with him on tour in Germany.

ISIS fueling soldiers with drug that makes them feel unstoppable

ISIS has allegedly been supplying its militants with a drug that makes them feel unstoppable. The drug Captagon creates an euphoric state where the user feels no pain, unbelievable strength and will not sleep for days.

Review: Inside a tasting of eclectic whiskies in London Special

Harrow - This week Digital Journal had the opportunity to taste eight very different whiskies, seven from Scotland and one from Ireland at the splendid Victorian manor house, the Grim's Dyke.

Tyson Fury banks on youth, height, reach to beat Klitschko

Unbeaten British heavyweight boxer Tyson Fury will be using his physical advantages, specifically his height and reach as well as his youth, to pull off an upset against heavyweight king Wladimir Klitschko on Saturday night in Dusseldorf,Germany.

Will Trump's newest verbal attack push away disabled voters?

Donald Trump is the current front runner in the 2016 U.S. presidential race. He is no stranger to controversy but current allegations of verbal abuse have created a media frenzy. Has he pushed himself into a corner by what some call flagrant verbal abuse?

Britain's Labour in disarray over Syria air strikes vote

London - Top figures in Britain's main opposition Labour Party heaped criticism on their leader Jeremy Corbyn on Friday after he ruled out voting for the Royal Air Force to join air strikes in Syria.

Review: Microbiologists from Europe discuss keeping medicines safe Special

Nottingham - This week the U.K.'s biggest conference dedicated to pharmaceutical microbiology took place in Nottingham. The key themes were risk assessment, coping with aging facilities, and addressing contamination issues.

Canadian 'dinosaur' discovered in 1845 rebranded as a Dimetrodon

A fossil found in Canada two centuries ago believed to be from a dinosaur has now been found to be a creature called a Dimetrodon. These large beasts actually pre-date dinosaurs by many millions of years.

Cameron makes case for Britain to join Syria air strikes

London - Prime Minister David Cameron on Thursday argued his case to MPs for Britain to join air strikes in Syria ahead of a vote expected at a later date, with signs of opposition weakening after the Paris attacks.

Orca whale spotted and no longer tangled up in rope

If you happened to be worried about T77A, the killer whale struggling due to having become tangled up in rope and a float off the coast of Vancouver Island, worry no more. It has somehow managed to untangle itself.

Study shows: Millennials still tuning in for traditional TV

Just in time for World Television Day (November 21), new statistics show that despite many millennials using mobile devices to watch TV, televisions are still as relevant and appreciated as ever.

David Haye to face Mark De Mori in return fight on Jan. 16

After almost four years of inactivity, former heavyweight champion David Haye of Great Britain will return to the ring on January 16 against Mark de Mori of Australia at the O2 Arena (Millenium Dome), Greenwich, London.

Man who called himself Phuc Dat Bich admits name was a hoax

This story is a bit of a mind phuc, if you will pardon the word. An Australian man of Vietnamese roots posted an account on Facebook of his ongoing trials and tribulations due to his name: Phuc Dat Bich. But he now says the whole thing was a hoax.

Canadian PM touches down in Britain to meet Queen

London - New Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau touched down Wednesday for his first visit to Britain since his election, with meetings with his British counterpart and Queen Elizabeth II.

Austerity cuts challenge European police facing terror threat

London - Europe is facing the spectre of attacks by Islamic State (IS) jihadists with police numbers in some countries hit by austerity cuts, raising questions about whether this is making it easier for assailants to slip through the net.

Tyson Fury sees Klitschko fight easiest in his career

Unbeaten British heavyweight boxer Tyson Fury is confident of victory against heavyweight multiple titlist Wladimir Klitschko, saying their Saturday encounter in Dusseldorf, Germany will be one of the easiest fights of his career.

What are the implications of Turkey downing Russian jet?

London - NATO member Turkey shot down a Russian fighter jet on its border with Syria on Tuesday, raising concerns over the potential for a further escalation in the more-than- four-year Syrian conflict.

UK poll shows shift in favour of 'Brexit'

London - A majority of Britons want to leave the European Union, according to a new opinion poll on Tuesday.A poll in September by another institute was the first to put the EU exit camp in the lead.

New report finds climate change will increase world poverty

A newly published report from the World Bank Group finds climate change will dramatically increase the number of the world's impoverished people. Published as an eBook, the news it heralds is bad but it is also, the report says, preventable.

Ajay Naik, revolutionising music education Special

Leicester - The Leicester-based founder of Echo Factory, the only music school in the Midlands that offers degree courses in music performance and in music business, chats to Digital Journal.
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