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Kev Hedges

Digital Journalist based in Hertfordshire, United Kingdom, United Kingdom. Joined on Sep 1, 2010
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Video teasing 'Fat Guy Number 3' Kim Jong-un goes viral

A mash-up video poking fun at the North Korean leader Kim Jong-un is doing the rounds across the world and has been viewed millions of times in China.
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First Direct to slash ISA rates yet continues to advertise 2%

From July 1 this year, UK savers had been given the opportunity to invest up to £15,000 in tax-free savings by putting the cash into an ISA (or NISA). First Direct had some of the most competitive rates about.
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FCC fields 1.2 million comments on Net neutrality

Firms across America, consumer groups and net citizens have submitted 1.2 million comments to the FCC (Federal Communications Commission), raising protest and anger on the issue of net neutrality as the first deadline to submit a comment passed on Friday.
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England cricketer James Anderson charged with misconduct

Nottingham - The ICC (International Cricket Council) has decided to charge England bowler James Anderson with misconduct following an incident with Ravindra Jadeja, the Indian all-rounder.
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Riots in Buenos Aires following Argentina's World Cup heartache

Buenos Aires - All day on Sunday, excitement had been building up to a fever pitch in Buenos Aires. It seemed that every fan who had not made the journey north into Brazil and onto Rio had gathered on the Plaza San Martin in the heart of the Argentine capital.
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5 Data items found on old mobiles, including naked selfies

Smartphones that have been factory-cleaned by security firms after being sold via on-line trading sites like eBay, are found to have several photos and pieces of personal information left on them, including naked selfies.
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Police arresting British Muslims before they travel to Turkey

London - On Wednesday, a British man made his way to London Luton Airport to board a flight to Turkey. Before the 22-year old could even board his flight to Istanbul, he was arrested by terror chiefs.
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The Charter Market of St. Albans: Now into its 12th century Special

Saint Albans - One can go all the way back to the ninth century to document trading on market stalls along St. Peters Street in St. Albans, and now the twice weekly market is still as popular as ever in a city that was once a Roman stronghold.
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World Cup: Europe or South America, the balance of power shared

Brazil has seen the best World Cup for decades — skilful play, last-gasp goals, smaller nations nearly upsetting the big boys and most of all a direct split between Europe and South America as to who holds the balance of power.
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Op-Ed: England still clinging to miracles to qualify in World Cup

If you read one newspaper in the UK this morning, it will actually scream the headlines — "We're Through!" But closer inspection points out a number of ifs and unlikely outcomes.
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GCHQ admits snooping on Google and social networks of UK citizens

The UK government has said its intelligence service GCHQ can carry out surveillance on UK citizens' use of Facebook, Google web searches, YouTube and Twitter uses without an individual warrant because the social networks are based overseas.
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Plans to extend statins use should be scrapped, say doctors

As many as 7 million people in the UK use statins regularly to reduce cholesterol levels and lower the risk of heart attack or stroke. In February, the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence called for their use to be extensively widened.
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Massive sponsors demand World Cup corruption investigation

Football's world governing body Fifa is feeling the heat of its decision to award the 2022 World Cup to Qatar. Claims of corruption during the bidding process has got sponsors deeply concerned.
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Andy Murray finally appoints his new coach

British number one tennis star Andy Murray has finally announced his new coach, since Ivan Lendl and the Scot parted ways back in March.
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War vet, 90, escapes from care home to mark D-day anniversary

Hove - A 90-year-old war veteran who wanted to go to northern France to commemorate the 70th D-Day anniversary, went missing from his care home in Hove, near Brighton, was found safe and well in a hotel in the Basse-Normandie region of France.
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Op-Ed: Does Google need to rethink doodle choices after D-Day blunder?

When many of us get up in the morning and switch on our PCs and laptops, we expect a Google doodle to be there commemorating someone or some noteworthy event, assuming there is a special day to commemorate.
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Safari Park elephant in UK takes a selfie with dropped cellphone

Birmingham - We have had the "selfie" and the "belfie," so now the world's first ever known "elfie" has been recorded at the West Midlands Safari Park in England, where an elephant has taken its own picture on a lost mobile phone.
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NHS: Smaller community hospitals to play a bigger role in England

Simon Stevens, the new CEO of the NHS (National Health Service) in England has said smaller community hospitals will start to play a bigger role in the country. The comment will signal a move away from larger centralized hospitals.
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Yaya Toure mulls Man City exit after meagre birthday celebrations

He helped Manchester City to a League Cup and Premiership title this season, but 31-year-old Yaya Toure may have kicked his last ball for Manuel Pellegrini's super-rich side, all because the club failed to celebrate his birthday adequately.
In the Media by Kev Hedges

Pistorius to begin a month of daily tests to assess mental state

Pretoria - The judge in the trial of Oscar Pistorius has ordered the double amputee to undergo daily tests, starting on Monday to assess his mental state when he shot his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp.
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