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  • Customer who spent 96 minutes and 3,800 words trying to cancel Sky TV

    Rachael: Hello, you're chatting with Rachael, a Sky expert, may I take you name please? You: Hi Rachael, I would like to give you 31 days notice to cancel my services please. Rachael: I am sorry to hear that, what has brought you to this decision today? Rachael: I am sorry you feel that you can get a better deal with another provider, have you discussed this with anyone at Sky to see if there is anything we can do to help?

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  • Plane passengers trapped on tarmac for SIX HOURS with hardly any food and one dirty bathroom 'because airline wouldn't pay $73 fee to let them get off'

    Passengers hoping to make a short domestic flight Friday were trapped on the tarmac at an airport for six hours with only one bathroom between them. Men, women and children who boarded a United Express flight from Kansas City, Missouri, to Denver, Colorado, were instead diverted to Colorado Springs due to bad weather.

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  • Bobby Flay Responds to Claims He Cheated on Wife Stephanie March: Details

    Chef Bobby Flay filed for divorce from his wife Stephanie March earlier this month, and now a new report claims that Flay, 50, had been cheating on the Law & Order: SVU actress, 40, with Elyse Tirrell.

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  • Bouchard loses in three sets to Mitu, Canada trails Romania 2-1 in Fed Cup tie

    Eugenie Bouchard lost in singles competition for the second time in as many days as Romania took a 2-1 lead over Canada in a Fed Cup World Group playoff tie. Andreea Mitu defeated Bouchard 4-6, 6-4, 6-1 on Sunday to give Romania the edge in the best-of-five series. Mitu, ranked 104th in the world, was a late replacement for 33rd-ranked Irina-Camelia Begu, who was injured in a loss to Francoise Abanda on Saturday.

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  • Sitting-rising test can determine longevity of life, says expert

    "Over the years scientists have discovered that some very simple actions are actually pretty decent indicators of whether a person is more or less likely to die within a given time frame," longevity columnist Sharon Basaraba told North by Northwest's Sheryl MacKay. "It's things like muscle strength, flexibility, and postural stability that these tests are measuring and all are related to longevity," Basaraba explains.

  • More than 25 sailors airlifted from Royal Navy ships due to pregnancy

    More than 25 women have been airlifted from Royal Navy ships because of pregnancy. One ship - HMS Ocean – even had five pregnant sailors removed in emergency 'medevacs' during the last nine years, a Freedom of Information request revealed.

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  • Flames' Bennett excited at chance to face buddy McDavid in Battle of Alberta

    Calgary Flames rookie forward Sam Bennett is as surprised as everyone else that he could face friend and longtime teammate Connor McDavid in the Battle of Alberta next season. With an 11.5 per cent chance of winning this year's NHL draft lottery to get the No. 1 pick in June, the Edmonton Oilers hit the jackpot Saturday for the right to choose first for the fourth time in six years. Bennett and McDavid were minor hockey teammates for seven years — five with the York-Simcoe Express and then two with the Toronto Marlboros.

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  • Miley Cyrus Wears Pasties To Honor Joan Jett

    Oh, Miley – you do you, girl! Miley Cyrus was on hand to perform with/introduce Joan Jett at the icon's Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony on Saturday, and the 22-year-old did her thing when it came to fashion. The two performed "Crimson and Clover" together, before Miley introduced the "Cherry Bomb" singer (and revealed she has a bit of a crush on the rock legend).

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  • Stawamus Chief rock slide raises large dust cloud

    The District of Squamish says a geotechnical engineering assessment has been done and a search is under way after a rock slide on the Stawamus Chief this morning. Some Squamish residents tweeted pictures of a dust cloud rising from the Chief.

  • Video purports to show Islamic State militants killing captured Ethiopian Christians in Libya

    Islamic State militants in Libya shot and beheaded groups of captive Ethiopian Christians, a video purportedly from the extremists showed Sunday. The attack widens the circle of nations affected by the group's atrocities while showing its growth beyond a self-declared caliphate in Syria and Iraq. The release of the 29-minute video comes a day after Afghanistan's president blamed the extremists for a suicide attack in his country that killed at least 35 people — and underscores the chaos gripping Libya after its 2011 civil war and the killing of dictator Moammar Gadhafi.

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  • Did Mindy Kaling Just Find the Most Flattering Swimsuit Ever?

    First we read Mindy Kaling's hilarious caption, as one does: "#nofilter needed for my new @marahoffman one piece which literally looks good on EVERYONE." Then we took in the swimsuit. "Wait a second," we thought to ourselves.

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  • Jets need to dig deep in Game 3 in Winnipeg, Maurice says

    Winnipeg Jets coach Paul Maurice said the team needs to dig deep in Game 3 if they hope to pull out a win in Winnipeg's MTS Centre Monday. Before boarding a plane to Winnipeg Sunday morning following the Jets 2-1 loss to the Ducks, Maurice said the last two games against Anaheim have been so tight that the team will have draw on the boisterous hometown crowd energy if they hope to bank a couple of wins on home ice this week. "There's a long history of down 2-0, feeling pretty down about yourself, and coming back and winning the series," said Maurice.

  • Royal baby mania returns: Britain ready to welcome William and Kate's second child

    Royal fans are ready to welcome Prince William and Kate's second child — a younger brother or sister to Prince George, whose birth two years ago whipped up a worldwide media frenzy. Clarence House announced on Sept. 8 that Kate was pregnant, but gave no clues about the due date other than to say it would be this month. On a recent public visit, Kate reportedly told a charity worker that she is due mid-to-late April.

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  • Clean Faster with 8 Secrets from the Pros (9 photos)

    You know the feeling: At the first sign of warm weather, the desire to clean house is at an all time high. However, for today's time-starved homeowners, sometimes this traditional spring task seems too daunting to tackle. Chances are you could be cleaning

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  • Steve Harvey Loses His Cool on ‘Family Feud’ on ‘This Week in Game Shows’

    Steve Harvey is one cool cucumber … usually. But on Family Feud, one team sent him over the edge. Also on “This Week in Game Shows,” it was “Couples Week” on The Price Is Right, where happy unions of all sorts assembled to compete for prizes. And on Let’s Make a Deal, see which costume made co-host Jonathan Magnum exclaim to Wayne Brady, “You’re gonna get sued.”

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  • Mountie testifies he was shot several times trying to protect another officer

    An RCMP officer was trying to arrest a man in the living room of an Alberta farm house when the Mountie saw the muzzle of a gun pointing out of a doorway. Sheldon Shah jumped between the gun and his partner, who was a new father, and took numerous bullets along his left side. "I just live with pain everyday, pretty much," said Shah, who listed several surgeries he has had and 11 scars that mark his body from his neck to his knee.

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  • Jim Cramer Marries Lisa Cadette Detwiler: Details on the Financial Analyst's Brooklyn Wedding

    Cramer, 60, is the host of Mad Money With Jim Cramer on CNBC -- a show that analyzes investment opportunities -- and the anchor of Squawk on the Street -- CNBC's stock market show. "I remember saying that there was no way I was going to go out with that bald, screaming man," Detwiler told the NYT.

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  • Nazi invasion of London EXPOSED

    Held at the Grosvenor Hotel, the rally was said to be the most significant gathering of Holocaust deniers the UK has ever seen, with speakers invited from Spain, Canada and the U.S.

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  • Widow and her 14-year-old daughter missing after trip into NYC

    Iona Costello, 51, and her daughter Emily, 14, have been missing since late March after last being seen heading into New York City from their home in the wealthy seaside village of Greenport.

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  • Man proposes to girlfriend using giant billboard on her way to work

    A romantic boyfriend gave his partner the surprise of her life when he asked her to marry him by hiring a giant billboard at the side of a road she passes on her way to work. Paul Bakewell, 35, from Walsall, West Mids, secretly designed a poster which he then had emblazoned on the 20ft-tall advertising hoarding and covered over.

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