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Ryanair upgrading from 'Chelsea blue' to 'Spurs blue' colour scheme in rebrand push

Ryanair’s quest to move away from its low-cost, high-hassle reputation and win a 'posher' class of customer has now entered a new phase

Hangover cures: The only way to avoid suffering the morning after is 'to drink less alcohol', say scientists

Even drinking water the night before makes little-to-no difference

SAS test marches will be halted if temperatures rise too high - reports

Decision raises fears among members of the SAS and US special forces that elite unit is watering down its entry requirements

Calais migrant figure out passcode for security gate into Eurotunnel complex

The migrants are believed to have cracked a keypad code by working out which of the buttons were the most worn

Children's summer camp closed down after man is held on indecent images charge

Statement concludes: 'The safety and welfare of children is the top priority'

The veteran director has described his attempts to make a six-part series for Amazon as a “catastrophic mistake”

Woody Allen admits he is too lazy to make great films

You always set out to make Citizen Kane or to make The Bicycle Thief and it doesn’t happen

David Cameron on seagulls: We need to have a 'big conversation' about aggressive birds

Gulls recently pecked to death Roo, a Yorkshire terrier from Newquay in Cornwall

Undated handout photo issued by Sussex Police of Don Lock

Sussex stabbing: Victim Donald Lock had 'recently received all-clear from cancer'

Family described Mr Lock, 79, as 'full of energy' and 'a keen cyclist'

Amedy Coulibaly attacked the Hypercacher kosher supermarket in eastern Paris on 9 January, killing four people

Paris supermarket hostage reveals killer Amedy Coulibaly told him: 'It's nothing personal'

Computer expert is the first captive to talk publicly about his terrifying ordeal last January

Dylann Roof appears via video before a judge in North Charleston, S.C, on Friday, June 19, 2015

Charleston shooting: Family of Dylann Roof speak of 'horror' at massacre and admiration for 'forgiveness and love' of victims' families

'Our thoughts and prayers are with the families and friends of those killed this week,' the statement said

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