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Two in three people admit they would hesitate to help a lost child for fears of being falsely accused

dailymail.co.uk — Fear of intentions being misread most common barrier to approaching child More than one in three people polled said they had been in that situation Nearly half of those surveyed said they would stay close by and observe By Corey Charlton for MailOnline Nearly two in three people would hesitate to help a child who appeared lost for fear of being falsely accused, a new survey has found.
Aug 27, 2014

What's wrong with them? “@VanessaOnAir: 2 out of 3 adults say they would hesitate to help a lost child dailym.ai/1zD8Dzr

Aug 27, 2014

Would you hesitate to help a lost child in today's world? Survey finds people are now afraid of being falsely accused dailym.ai/1q3zTWT

How many calories did YOU eat at your state fair? This year's most decadent deep-fried dishes revealed

dailymail.co.uk — Some of the most outrageous treats include deep fried maple bacon brownies and a barbecue pork and potato parfait By Margot Peppers for MailOnline and Associated Press A Twinx. It's a Twinkie - stuffed with a Twix candy bar - wrapped in bacon - deep-fried - and drizzled with chocolate-caramel sauce, adding up to an estimated 1,000 calories.
Aug 27, 2014

Check out the #Twinx, a deep-fried, chocolatey, marshmallowy good dish! dailymail.co.uk/femail/article…

Would YOU fly business class with Ryanair? Budget carrier unveils new service complete with fast-track security, 20kg luggage and premium seats... all for £56 | Mail Online

dailymail.co.uk — Business fliers to have flexibility on ticket changes and 20kg bag allowance Also features fast track airport security, priority boarding and premium seats More than 25 per cent of Ryanair passengers are travelling on business By Emily Payne for MailOnline Ryanair boss Michael O'Leary once declared he was 'serious' about passengers being charged to use the toilet.

The end of car tax discs, and why we should be worried, writes GUY WALTERS

dailymail.co.uk — By Guy Walters So farewell the tax disc. After more than nine decades, these pleasantly garish perforated circles will vanish from the windscreens of our cars and the forks of our motorcycles in just over a month.
Aug 27, 2014

Why we should all be worried about the death of the car tax disc dailym.ai/1q38iVG via @MailOnline

Peter Theo Curtis didn't know Barack Obama had won second term after two years in captivity

dailymail.co.uk — By Helen Pow for MailOnline The mother of an American journalist freed Sunday said her son didn't even know who the president was after two years in captivity and was 'so excited' to be back in civilization, 'drinking a beer.'
Aug 26, 2014

RT @tobyharnden: Post-captivity for Theo Curtis: "They're putting me up in a 12 star hotel & I am drinking a beer & there are women" http:/…

Aug 26, 2014

Post-captivity for Theo Curtis: "They're putting me up in a 12 star hotel & I am drinking a beer & there are women" dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2…

'Mosque buster' claims he can stop 'tide of Islam' by giving free advice on how to block building plans for new places of worship

dailymail.co.uk — Gavin Boby, once linked to EDL, calls for people to come to him for help Lawyer boasts he has already blocked plans for 16 mosques being built He claims Islam encourages paedophilia, sexual abuse and pimping EDL endorses organisation, referring Twitter followers to Boby By Larisa Brown A planning lawyer and self-styled 'mosque buster' claims he is fighting to stop the 'tide of Islam' by successfully blocking plans for the building of mosques across the UK.
Aug 27, 2014

@Nero you could use Google to find out though... "Boby, once linked to the EDL," dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2…

Guinness World Record hot dog sells for $169 at Tokyo Dog and comes topped with foie gras, truffles and caviar

dailymail.co.uk — Tokyo Dog in Seattle have broken Guinness World Record with 'Junni Ban' Foot-long smoked cheese bratwurst is also topped with wagyu beef, teriyake grilled onions, maitake mushrooms and Japanese mayonnaise By Alex Finnis for Mail online The humble hot dog - we know it as the cheap snack you can pick up for a few quid on the street or at half-time at a football match.
Aug 27, 2014

World's most expensive hot dog sells for $169. OK, I know such stories are almost as annoying as ice buckets but.. dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2…

Burning Man lights up Nevada desert as 60,0000 festival revelers party all night

dailymail.co.uk — Iconic festival on plains of Nevada's Black Rock Desert reopened 6 a.m.
Aug 27, 2014

"Hopefully this year's [Burning Man] will reach similar heights of hedonism after a slow start," says Mail Online. dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2…

Kate Bush's comeback tour at Hammersmith Apollo

dailymail.co.uk — By Jan Moir for the Daily Mail Kate Bush made her long-awaited return to the stage last night in her first concert for 35 years. The 56-year-old's comeback at a celebrity-packed Hammersmith Apollo - the venue of her last gig in 1979 - was first of a 22-date tour.
Aug 27, 2014

Kate Bush's first gig in 35 years is 450% better than most garbage that passes for music today. *waves Zimmer frame* dailym.ai/1nBt9Ll

This is a golden age for TV: Shame the best shows are American and the BBC's struggling to keep pace, says the Mail's television critic

dailymail.co.uk — Television in States is revelling in new golden age says Christopher Steven s But while America is embracing it, Britain is still trying to resurrect old one U.S. dramas like Breaking Bad and Game of Thrones are 'unmissable' By Christopher Stevens for the Daily Mail Britain has lost her empire ...
Aug 27, 2014

Digested Daily Mail - Sherlock won lots of Emmys, so we should all emigrate. dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/arti…

NORTH KOREA brands US 'a graveyard of human rights' in wake of Ferguson riots

dailymail.co.uk — North Korea spokesman says U.S. is 'wantonly violating human rights' He said the U.S. should 'mind its own business' rather than criticise others Global attention has turned to the state of race relations in the U.S. following the shooting of Michael Brown A number of countries, including China, Iran and Russia, have criticised the U.S.
Aug 27, 2014

Brilliant. #Ferguson "a graveyard of human rights" says - uh,human rights paradise #NKorea ow.ly/ALAoH

Manchester United in serious talks with Juventus for Arturo Vidal

dailymail.co.uk — Juventus midfielder Arturo Vidal is Manchester United's prime transfer target Manchester United have belatedly got involved in serious talks with Juventus Louis van Gaal has reservations about the Chilean's injury record Arturo Vidal carries a £30million price tag Old Trafford outfit also in talks with Ajax over signing Daley Blind By Ian Ladyman for MailOnline Manchester United boss Louis van Gaal and chief executive Ed Woodward have made Arturo Vidal their prime target after securing the signature of Angel di Maria on Tuesday.
Aug 27, 2014

RT @ManUnited28: Manchester United finally in talks with Juventus over Arturo Vidal, reports @Ian_Ladyman_DM dailym.ai/1wAZZ8k #MUFC

Shooting instructor Charles Vacca dies after girl accidentally shoots him in head

dailymail.co.uk — Charles Vacca was assisting the little girl at Bullets and Burgers just south of Las Vegas on Monday morning She pulled the trigger of an automatic Uzi and the recoil sent the gun over her head, shooting Vacca He was airlifted to hospital but died on Monday evening By Associated Press Reporter and MailOnline Reporter A shooting instructor has died after a nine-year-old girl accidentally shot him in the head as he taught her how to use a submachine gun.

'I was called a liar and a racist for exposing this horror', by SUE REID

dailymail.co.uk — Report found 1,400 children abused between 1997 and 2013 in Rotherham Majority of victims described the perpetrators as 'Asian' men The figure is likely to be a conservative estimate of the true scale Victims terrorised with guns and doused in petrol and threatened with fire More than a third of the cases were already know to agencies By Sue Reid for the Daily Mail Even those of us who warned for years of young girls being traded in provincial towns as sex slaves were shocked at yesterday's revelations of the scale of the crimes.
Aug 27, 2014

One girl quoted in the report says she thought ‘gang-rape was a usual part of growing up’. dailym.ai/1q31PKo

Row over Scotland debate 'rent-a-mob': BBC accused of bias after viewers complained independence supporters were allowed to challenge Alistair Darling | Mail Online

dailymail.co.uk — Critics said SNP 'rent-a-mob' were allowed to loudly challenge Darling It is claimed the audience of around 200 voters favoured SNP leader The BBC had last night received 130 complaints about the debate By John Stevens and Gareth Rose For The Daily Mail The BBC has been accused of bias after viewers of the Scottish referendum debate complained it was dominated by supporters of independence.
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