• Nanny Pat dies: Tributes after death of beloved TOWIE star • Amazon: ‘Throw your hoverboard away in case it explodes’ • Gatwick and Heathrow train chaos over Christmas 2015: engineering and Crossrail disruption
Amazon UK, John Lewis and Argos appear to have pulled hoverboards from the shelves after Trading Standards urged all retailers to stop selling them - and Amazon has even told customers to throw them away.
Passengers travelling to Gatwick and Heathrow over the Christmas period have been warned to make sure they leave plenty of time for their journeys due to disruption caused by Crossrail and engineering works.
Babla’s Jewellers are delighted to giveaway this “Armani Exchange Ladies watch AX5406”. It has a 40mm sizeable case, three sub dials, crystal encrusted bezel and rose gold colour scheme, the Capistrano is a highly contemporary and cool watch.
This festive season the Coca-Cola London Eye has been transformed into a unique winter setting and a must-visit destination, as Frostival returns for its third consecutive year with a range of Christmas shaped fun.
Remember the Mean Girls moment with the tiny Christmas outfits, Cady’s dad looking terrified and Gretchen Weiners kicking the CD player in Jason’s face? Well these American high school lads mimicked the entire scene and it’s amazingly cringey.
These words are entirely free. Well, as far as you’re concerned they are – you can read as many of them as you like without paying a single penny. This is, arguably, exactly the way the internet should be. Freely accessible to everyone, and full of interesting stuff to click and read. This, however, may be all about to change.
Our Arsenal quiz tests your knowledge of the 900 Premier League games and the hundreds of players to pull on the famous shirt since August 1992. Consider yourself an Arsenal expert? Prove it by scoring 10 out of 10.
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