A rocket launches from Kazakhstan carrying the spacecraft needed by London-based Inmarsat to complete its new £1bn global telecommunications network.
Synopsis for 1×08: Rats. Rats everywhere. And we’re not just talking about the animals. Rating: ★★★★☆ From Paris back to the states, the team set out on…
Sir Ian McKellen and Morgan Freeman feature in a mash-up which the debating society hopes the singer will reward with a visit.
I’d like to meet the person who suggested pricing a squeeze tube of hummus at $10.
The problem of attribution and the disclosure dilemma continue to hamper cyber diplomacy, but the US might just have cracked the former, according to David An
Everyone who’s ever been on Twitter or seen a newsagent will know about The Daily Express’s front pages – while politics and serious news are making headlines everywhere else, the Express will splash on a new Alzheimer’s treatment, an op-ed from Nigel Farage or even “it’s a bit windy”.
The Express’s front page is usually a mish-mash of the following six topics:
- Alzheimer’s, Statins, cholesterol, or any health problem primarily affecting people over the age of 70
- The EU
- Princess Diana
- Asylum seeking migrants skiving and scrounging off benefits
Your typical Express front page scoop
The latest combines a new way to “beat Alzheimer’s”, some paper-based clickbait about Stricly Come Dancing, and a story about the BBC wasting your tax money by treating migrants like humans.
And Jesus said "unblessed be the poor immigrant, he cometh over here to steal our jobs!" pic.twitter.com/8iaSgkasHt
— Unnamed Insider (@Unnamedinsider) August 11, 2015
As a result we thought we’d play a little game. Can you guess which of these Daily Express headlines are real and which we made up?