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Forgotten Film Friday: Bronco Bullfrog

By Michael McNulty Bronco Bullfrog was the first of only three features directed by Barney Platts-Mills. He was 25 and working with a group of largely non-professional actors, some of whom were sourced from Joan Littlewood’s Theatre Workshop. Produced on a modest budget of £ 18,000, the film featured at ...

Watch – Father and son’s adorable dance routines

This adorable dancing father and son have become an online sensation thanks to their hilarious in-sync routines. Stanley Freeland, 25, and son Josiah, four, started working on their moves for their ‘#FatherLikeSon’ videos two years ago. They now regularly share updates of them jiving together online. The duo has even ...

Former Essex UKIP candidate Bob Spink age 68 arrives at Southend Magistrates court where he faces charges of electoral fraud. See Masons copy MNUKIP:  May 8 2017

UKIP’s first MP on trial for 14 counts of electoral fraud

UKIP's first MP Bob Spink has denied electoral fraud following allegations he submitted false signatures on nomination papers. The former Essex MP appeared at Southend Magistrates' Court todayu alongside co-defendant James Parkin, 38. Spink, who defected from the Tories in 2008, denied a total of 14 offences relating to the ...

Theatre Review: Obsession, Barbican

This review contains spoilers Obsession is a work about frustrated sexual expectations and celluloid dreams. It is self-reflexive and caught in the repetitive loop of Luchino Visconti’s 1942 film Ossessione yet feels like a radical comment on our age. Ivo van Hove directs and Simon Stephens gives us an English ...

Pictured is Shirley Walsh at her home on Kathleen Road, Hull, where she is forced to use electric heaters, hot water bottles and blankets to keep warm. See Ross Parry story RPYCOLD; A 74-year-old widow has been left "freezing" in her Hull home for months after her gas was cut off leaving her with no central heating or hot water. Shirley Walsh, from east Hull, takes SIX hot water bottles to bed with her at night in a desperate bid to keep warm. The retired seamstress says her supply was cut off in September after workmen found a leak in pipes under her front garden in Kathleen Street, where she has lived for 43 years. But because the leak was on her property, Northern Gas Networks told her she would have to pay for the repair, a cost the pensioner says she can't afford.

Millions of pensioners feel unsafe in their own home

Millions of pensioners feel unsafe in their own home, a study has found. Falling ill or having an accident with no-one nearby to help, anti-social behaviour and having no support is leaving almost one in five pensioners fearful in their own home as they get older. Others admit to worrying ...

Behind the scenes look at Trump’s £100m jets

These pictures show an inside look at six of Donald Trump's fighter jets which have landed in Britain to boost NATO in the face of Russian aggression. The F35 A-Lightning II supersonic stealth fighters are now stationed at Suffolk's RAF Lakenheath base as they prepare to take part in training ...

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